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Photography Equipment Reviews

Buying the right camera, lens, accessory or software to suit your photography is really important. Our product reviews offer independent views with hands-on opinion and honest verdicts aimed to give you all the important information you need to make the best buying decisions.

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David Thorpe is putting the Wotancraft Ryker camera bag to the test to find out if it's the perfect bag for street photography fans.

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We've got a selection of Tenba's Skyline collection bags in for review - here, we'll be looking at their features, build quality and how much kit you can fit in each one to help you find your perfect bag.

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We take a look at the Benro 3XS Lite Gimbal, enabling you to create smooth mobile video footage.

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We take a look at the VEO Select 41 backpack from Vanguard, which can hold a camera body with lens attached and up to 3 extra lenses along with accessories.

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The Edelkrone FlexTilt Head 2 is one of those items of photo equipment that just makes life easier, as David Thorpe explains in his latest review.

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We take a look at Vanguard's new VEO GO 34M shoulder bag, which is capable of housing the VEO 2GO 235 range of tripods.

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We take a look at the Gillis London full frame shoulder bag - a luxury offering designed to fit full frame cameras.

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We take a look at Vanguard's VEO 2GO 235AB tripod, a compact and lightweight option with a multi-function ball head.

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The new X-Rite ColorChecker Passport 2 now features an 18% grey target, but how does it perform? Find out in our review.

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Peak Design Travel backpack - we take a closer look at Peak Design's Travel Line backpack, with a modular system to keep both your gear and personal items packed neatly and tidily.

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We compare 2 large photography rucksacks designed for outdoor pursuits from Lowepro - the Whistler BP 350 AW and Powder BP 500 AW.

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We take a look at the Lowepro FreeLine BP350 AW and Lowepro ProTactic BP350 AW II backpacks.

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