The 2007 POP Awards: Accessories
Buffalo TeraStation LiveHook it up to a home, studio, or office network, and the TeraStation ($700, street, for 1TB) can...
|Buffalo TeraStation LiveHook it up to a home, studio, or office network, and the TeraStation ($700, street, for 1TB) can automatically back up any computer-PC or Mac. Plus, it lets you access your files, send e-mail links to selected photos, and even play MP3s from the internet. (www.buffalotech.com)More Reading High 5: Storage Devices Editor’s Choice 2007: Digital Storage and Display|
|Epson PowerLite 1715cThree LCDs combine for fine-tuned color, great saturation, XGA resolution, and a 400:1 contrast ratio in this Wi-Fi-enabled digital projector ($1,650, street). Its sharp zoom lens and bright 2700-lumen bulb let you host a slide show in near-daylight conditions. (www.epson.com)More Reading Which Projector Should I Buy?|
|Sekonic L-758DR Digital MasterPro studio and outdoor portrait photographers know that camera meters often choke in multiple lighting setups. But where they fail, this handheld Sekonic meter ($500, street) excels. It’s optimized for use with DSLRs and can memorize up to three cameras’ dynamic range profiles under various lighting conditions. (www.sekonic.com)More Reading Review: Sekonic L-758DR DigitalMaster Lightmeter Editor’s Choice 2007: Lighting|
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