When trade shows come around, companies often like to take their new products and blow them apart, separating the pieces and displaying them in glass cases so people can get a feel for how much complicated equipment goes into even the smallest piece of gear.
This year’s CES was no different. And while there weren’t a ton of blown-up gadgets to see, there are a couple nifty ones including the naked-metal body of Nikon’s new D4, a Panasonic G1X a Sony NEX-7 and more. Click through the gallery to see them all in their giant-sized glory.
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Caon EF 28-300 F.3.5-5.6L IS USM There’s a lot going on inside of a super-zoom lens like this one, especially when you throw IS into the equation. In this clean cut of a Canon lens, you can see both the IS unit and the motor, which powers the focusing.
Stan Horaczek is the senior gear editor of PopPhoto. He oversees a team of gear-obsessed writers and editors dedicated to finding and featuring the best and most useful photography equipment, from cameras and lenses to bags and accessories.