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The best gifts for serious photographers in 2020

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The incredible quality of cameras in phones like the iPhone 12 or Pixel 5 means that everyone is a photographer these days, but there are still plenty of photographers among us who want to take their work beyond simple smartphone snaps. For those people, there are a wealth of camera options from compact mirrorless cameras, through to DSLRs, with endless options of accessories, tripods and bags.To help you find the ideal gift for the photographer in your life — or for yourself — this holiday season, we’ve rounded up our top picks of the best cameras, tripods, drones and more. Whether they’re a keen landscape photographer or a budding vlogger, we’ve got gift ideas to fit all budgets. 

Best 8K-capable camera

Canon EOS R5 (body only)

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Canon’s EOS R5 has a slew of great features, including its amazing image stabilization, its lightning-fast autofocus and its quick burst shooting, but its standout feature is its ability to shoot video in 8K resolution. While not everyone will need such a huge amount of pixels, 8K can give a lot more scope for cropping and creative editing, making it a great choice for the dedicated videographer.

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Canon’s EOS M50 packs all the features a keen vlogger will need including a flip-out display, stabilized video and a microphone port for connecting a good external mic. It’s lightweight, too, so holding it up to film yourself won’t be too big a strain on the arms, while the 15-45mm kit lens is plenty wide enough to keep you in frame. 

Best budget vlogging microphone

Rode VideoMicro

Rode’s VideoMicro might be small, but it’s capable of capture professional-level audio from the top of your camera, without needing any batteries or external power source, making it ideal for vlogging. It plugs directly into the microphone port on your camera (such as the one on the EOS M50 above) and can be bought with a cable that’s compatible with smartphones, if that’s more your thing. It comes with a sturdy shockmount as well as a big, fluffy windshield which will help you get crystal clear audio, even in difficult, windy conditions. 

Canon

With a 24.1-megapixel sensor, a pop-up flash and a fairly compact size, Canon’s Rebel T7 (also known as the 2000D) is a great DSLR for those looking to take their first steps in photography. This kit comes with a great all-round 18-55mm lens, as well as a 75-300mm zoom lens, making it ready to tackle everything from sweeping landscapes to close-up wildlife images. 

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When moving at high speeds, nothing beats an action camera for sharing the most breathless moments. The latest version of this excellent little action cam got rid of the separate mounting frame, improved on its already-terrific image stabilization with even better image stabilization, and made it easier to shoot better-looking videos. This is a perfect gift for the outdoor enthusiast or traveler landscape photographer shooting landscape adventures.

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With cameras shooting stills and videos at ever-increasing resolutions, it’s easier than ever to run out of storage when you’re out in the field. Thankfully, storage doesn’t have to break the bank and this 128GB SD card from SanDisk packs a huge amount of space for your files and comes with a very reasonable price tag attached. It’s an ideal option for beginners wanting one card they never need to worry about filling up, while being cheap enough for enthusiasts to buy several to make sure they can always keep on shooting. Just make sure the camera it’s going in supports SD cards up to 128GB in size.

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LowePro has been a staple of the photography bag world for years and with the ProTactic 450 it’s easy to see why. This rugged backpack opens fully from the back, although there are side and top quick-access points too. It provides a wealth of storage slots for a DSLR, multiple lenses, filters, batteries and other accessories — I even stuffed a small drone in amongst my gear. If you can’t quite fit everything inside, you can get additional accessory pouches internet company that is 1/50th the size of google – https://nearfinderuk.com/business/utterly-digital-ltd_1140252+5.html attach to the outside of the case, where you can also attach your tripod.

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