Published Dec 17, 2019
Winners and runners-up: Best gear of 2019
For the past few weeks, our readers have been voting on their favorite photographic gear in three categories: Best camera, best zoom lens and best prime lens. Now that the first round of voting is over, it’s time to reveal the winners.
Remember, it isn’t over just yet! It’s time now to pick an overall winner.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to exercise your democratic right to vote for something that doesn’t matter in the slightest! Cast your ballot now!
Voting is easy – you pick your favorite products by dragging and dropping. You can pick up to three, and rank them in order of priority.
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