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Creating a professional on-the-go photography kit

updated 12:00 pm EDT, Wed September 26, 2012

Shoot, store, and edit photos at home, or on the road

Digital photography has revolutionized just about every aspect of our lives: the combination of ubiquitous digital cameras present in cell phones, and the advances made in CCD technology in point and shoot cameras as well as digital SLR technology can make even the novice capable of what was once professional level photography. Electronista editors and writers have tracked down a small selection of recently-released technology that can fit in a kit bag to make a digital photo studio on the go.

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Ranging and scouting locations for photography isn't quite as simple as it seems. Try the Sony NEX-5N first to check out locations and survey the landscape. The new Sony camera has a 16-megapixel CCD, giving great image quality without the bulk of a digital SLR to slow you down. Boasting an ISO of 25,600, you can be sure that the camera will give you a fantastic picture without any technological limitations. If the standard lens just won't do, the NEX-series of Sony lenses is available for some quick snaps before you break out the big gun, the...

...Nikon D800. The D800 is an amazing camera to use for outings, either to check fall foliage, see the country's monuments, or just to snap photos of the kids in the park. The 36MP sensor makes sure that the most minute detail is captured with every click of the shutter. Support for five decades of legacy lenses enables the creative in every photographer, and dual card slots for SD and UHS-I compliant SDHC and SDXC guarantees that you have room to store all the shots on the camera until you get back to...

...The Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The latest in Apple's MacBook Pro portable line is a svelte 0.71 inches thick and 4.5 pounds in weight, with processing power and the highest resolution display in a portable computer. With at least 8GB of RAM and a 750GB hard drive, an entire photoshoot is easily offloaded to the computer for any post-processing needed before showing it to friends or clients on a...

...Current generation iPad. The up to 64GB of storage space makes it easy for people to enjoy just about as many pictures as you want on the Retina 2048x1536 resolution display. Featuring quad-core graphics on a dual-core Apple A5X processor, when the photo demonstrations are over, firing up the latest iOS graphical powerhouse game is a snap.

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