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DJI Mavic Pro Platinum Drone ($1,099)

Sixty percent quieter than its predecessor, DJI’s Mavic Pro Platinum drone offers a re­markable 30 minutes of air time on a charge.

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Sony A7 III ­Camera ($2,000)

The Sony A7 III ­camera (lens sold separate) delivers the still-­shooting capability of a DSLR in a mirrorless body. The five-axis stabilization is a high-motion dream.

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Leica ­Sofort ­Camera ($279)

Leica’s ­Sofort ­camera ele­vates the classic instant shooter with a 60-­millimeter lens and eight preprogrammed settings. It retains the retro charm of its forerunners and comes in three vintage colors.

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Sponsor Content: LifeProof FRE for iPhone Xs MAX, Boosted ($90)

LifeProof FRÄ’ protects your iPhone while remaining extremely thin and durable. The vibrant colors match any vibe while the sealed design keeps water, dirt, and snow out, keeping your phone safe on trips to the lake, weekend hikes, or mountain excursions.

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DJI Osmo Mobile 2 Gimbal ($139)

Shaky hands are the bane of phone video. DJI’s Osmo Mobile 2 gimbal uses sensors to track subjects, while stability motors guarantee smooth footage.

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Peak Design Everyday Sling 10 Pack ($150)

With adjustable internal organizing dividers and intuitive compression straps, the Peak Design Everyday Sling 10 pack can haul a full photography kit and cinches down for small loads, too.

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Rylo Stabilizing 360 Camera ($499)

Rylo’s Stabilizing 360 camera features two ultra-wide-angle lenses, plus best-in-class stabilization and 4K definition.

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GoPro Fusion Camera ($600)

The GoPro Fusion camera provides 5.2K, 360-degree video and can pluck crisp stills from the bumpiest footage.

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Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR Lens ($2,800)

Nikon’s AF-S Nikkor zoom lens can hold a wide 2.8 aperture while fully zoomed for sharp close-ups in low light. Top-end vibration reduction means crisp long-distance shots.

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For the Audiophile

(Courtesy 1more) 1more Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones ($100) 1more managed to fit three drivers—for highs, mids, and deep bass—into a single earbud, hence the almost impossibly vibrant sound that comes from the Triple Driver In-Ear headphones. Buy Now (Courtesy Taylor) Taylor GS Mini-e Koa Guitar ($800) The Taylor GS Mini-e Koa guitar has an 18-inch-long body (small enough to fit in a gear-stuffed trunk), and it delivers deep, rich sound. Buy Now (Courtesy Outdoor Tech) Outdoor Tech Chips 2.0 Bluetooth Helmet Speakers ($130) Outdoor Tech’s Chips 2.0 Bluetooth Helmet speakers tuck perfectly into audio-compatible ski and snowboard helmets, so

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Under $50 Tech Essentials

(Courtesy Think Tank) Think Tank Photo SD Pixel Pocket Rocket ($17) Your $8,000 worth of camera gear is useless if you lose the SD card holding your images. Hedge your bets with the Pocket Rocket, a small organizer that holds nine memory cards and clips securely onto your pack. Buy Now (Courtesy Biolite) Biolite SunLight Lantern ($25) The wallet-sized, solar-powered SunLight delivers 100 lumens of soft, dimmable mood lighting for your tent or dinner table for up to 50 hours. Buy Now (Courtesy Light and Motion) Light and Motion Vya HL Bike Light ($40) Strap the Vya HL

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