For those looking to move beyond the internal microphone on a digital SLR or camcorder, the VideoMic Pro can achieve excellent audio in a compact, lightweight and relatively inexpensive package.
For a photographer looking to transfer their analog films and slides to digital format, the V600 provides an affordable and versatile solution.
Tamron has made a well-constructed and efficient lens for Sony NEX cameras. Most photographers looking at a wide-angle to telephoto zoom should consider it as well as the Sony-branded version, particularly if price is a sticking point.
The SB-N5 might look like a toy but it delivers serious, intense punches of light thanks to its clever design that takes power from the V1 camera.
The 70-300mm lens from Tamron offers a lot of zoom in a reasonably priced lens, delivering sharp images.
An all-weather bag that can go the distance, the Lowepro Nova 160 AW is ideal for photographers who need to protect their smaller SLRs from the elements.
An expensive way to view digital photos on your television. Consider getting a DVD player with built-in card reader, burning your photos to CD/DVD or using the A/V cable that came with your camera instead.
Disappointing quality and lacklustre software made our experience with the Mustek BearPaw scanner an incredibly forgettable one.
The three Zeiss ExoLens' for iPhone are fun to use and will improve your photographs, but not everyone will think they're worth the money.
In the age of convergence, this Kaiser Baas digital-photo-frame-on-a-key-ring is an inexpensive novelty whose lack of features make it unnecessary despite good image quality.
The GP-N100 is the quiet achiever of interchangeable lens camera accessories, an unobtrusive GPS device for the Nikon 1 V1.
This is an excellent choice for crop-sensor SLR users who want a long wide-angle to telephoto zoom lens.
The Olin digital photo frame is such a novel concept that we can't help wonder why someone hasn't done this before. Fortunately, it works exactly how we want it to.
This incredibly useful LCD monitor makes all the difference for photographers, offering audio monitoring and 5 inches of high-resolution screen real estate. Bonus points for being compatible with any camera with HDMI output.
With Bluetooth on-board but few other bells and whistles, the Parrot Photo Frame might be a one-trick pony — but this connectivity option is arguably the one genuinely useful feature you'll need in a digital photo frame.
A great little accessory for your Olympus Pen camera, the MAL-1 lights will add a splash of illumination for anyone who wants to try their hand at macro photography.
The Tamron 18-270mm offers good value for money, considering it covers such a wide range of focal lengths in one lens.
The 55-300mm lens is a decent, though not stellar, addition to any Nikon photographer's kit if you shoot on the DX format and need an extensive telephoto reach.