Photo Products Buyer's Guide 2013 (Part I)
by Theano Nikitas (with Greg Scoblete)
October 21, 2013 — As the photo industry continues to evolve, so do the products available to us. While it’s been a slow year for pro DSLRs, manufacturers have introduced some exciting advanced compact and mirrorless compact system cameras.
At the same time, more products are taking advantage of wireless technology and companies are pushing the boundaries of design and challenging our perceptions of what cameras are (and aren’t). On the other hand, some products remain true to their original—and familiar—functions.
In this Buyer’s Guide, we’ve put together a mix of the most forward-thinking products along with some of the tried and true. This is Part I, from accessories to DSLR camera rigs, click on each category to link directly to the digital edition and read the section in full.
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