Ideal Camera Equipment Rentals for Disney Vacations

Posted on: 21 July 2022


When you go on a vacation to a Disney resort, you'll want to capture the fun and excitement that comes with the trip. Fortunately, the parks include several memorable photo spots and a lot of opportunities for candid pictures. If you want professional-quality photos that go beyond the capabilities of a cell phone, consider camera equipment rentals.

Renting camera equipment for your vacation will change the way you capture pictures around Disney property. Check out some of the ways to enhance the pictures you have and ensure you come back home with some memorable photos.

Film Cameras

The world of Disney includes a lot of nostalgia and memories. Several of the parks have been around for decades and have a classic feel to the design. Capture the feel of nostalgia with a film camera rental. Film photos have a different feel to them, including color tone and grain. A professional film camera will give you more setting options and allow you to play around with light more in the wide-open parks, and there's nothing quite like the experience of taking the pictures and then anticipating the arrival of the developed photos when you return back home. 

Along with the rental, you will need to purchase film to go with it. You can choose to limit yourself to a single roll to force some creativity and selection, or expand your options to include multiple rolls and capture as many pictures as you want.

Wide-Angle Lenses

Disney parks include a lot of large structures like the classic castle, huge rides, or buildings like the Tower of Terror. When you capture family photos, you do not want those elements cut off. Rent a wide-angle lens to capture as much of the park as possible.

With a wide-angle lens, you can easily compose pictures and fit in nice backdrops. Rent higher quality wide-angled lenses so you do not have to compromise on the aperture options for the camera.

Extra Batteries

If you rent a camera, then you do not want to lose out on potential pictures halfway through your day if the battery dies out. Instead of scrambling around to find a charger, you have the option to rent extra batteries for the trip. Three to four batteries will ensure you have plenty of batteries to take pictures, view pictures, and record videos. Each night of your vacation, you can fully charge the batteries to prepare for the next day's adventure.

Consider all of these rental options the next time you book a Disney vacation.