Articles tagged "gear-of-the-year-2016"

Gear of the year: Allison's choice - Fujifilm Instax mini 90

After talking herself out of buying one for years, DPR homepage editor Allison Johnson finally picked up a Fujifilm Instax mini Neo 90 this year – and it hasn't left her side since. Read more

Chris' Gear of the Year part two: Canon 16-35mm F2.8L III

This lens was just too good to pass up as a Gear of the Year nominee, so our resident landscape shooter Chris decided to add the Canon 16-35mm F2.8L III to his list of picks. Read more

Gear of the Year 2016: Dan's Choice – the DJI Mavic Pro (which he stinks at flying)

A childhood of flying $20 RC helicopters didn't prepare DPR staffer Dan Bracaglia for the challenges of flying a drone, but that's part of the reason why the DJI Mavic Pro is his gear of the year pick. Read more

Gear of the Year 2016 - Barney's choice: Nikon D500

The Nikon D500 has been one of our favorite cameras since it was released earlier this year. Find out why after a challenging video shoot, the D500 made Barney's pick for Gear of the Year. Read more

Gear of the Year: Richard's choice - Fujifilm X-T2

The release of some supremely capable cameras left reviews editor Richard with some tough choices to make for his Gear of the Year pick. Against stiff competition, he's gone for the Fujifilm X-T2, the camera that most surprised him this year. Read more

Gear of the Year: Chris' choice - F-Stop Tilopa camera bag

There were plenty of amazing cameras and lenses to choose from this year, but DPR staffer Chris Williams chose the F-stop Tilopa as his gear of the year. Read more

Gear of the Year: Tamron 90mm F2.8 Di VC USD Macro F017

Continuing our 'Gear of the Year' series, staffer Sam Spencer discusses a lens that has made a significant visual contribution to the site this year – the latest Tamron 90mm F2.8 Macro. Read more

Gear of the Year: Carey's choice - Canon PowerShot G9 X

DPR staffer Carey Rose didn't take to the Canon G9 X right away, but after some time using it he's learned to embrace the minimalist controls and loves the portability of Canon's handy little 1" compact. Read more