Dremel's 3D printer produces quality prints and it's easy to use, but the proprietary filaments required for the DigiLab 3D40 are pretty expensive.
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Kids and other low-budget pilots will like the FPV features the Kodo offers, but the image quality isn't great.
The low-budget 3D experimenter will find a lot to like in the MP MIni, but total beginners will be frustrated by the bugs and other problems.
The Robo C2 offers high-quality prints at a reasonable price, but the printer takes a while to produce large prints
The Canon EOS M5 is a nice combination of DSLR and mirrorless design, but it still has some rough edges.
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The build and image quality of Moment's iPhone lenses are great, but at $90 for each lens, this system is not cheap.
The olloclip Macro Pro lens set has good image quality and a range of macro zoom settings, but you'll need a steady hand with the longer macro zooms.
The olloclip Action lens set lets your iPhone zoom in or out, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The olliclop core lens set offers some great photo possibilities, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus and being slightly awkward to use.
The bitplay Snap! HD wide-angle lens offers strong image quality and is easy to use, but works only with the bitplay case.
While it works only with the iPhone 7 Plus, this Kamerar kit gets you a macro, fish-eye and telephoto lens for less than $40.
Egomaniacs and selfie addicts might get a kick out of the Rova Selfie Drone, but it's too expensive for everyone else.
The XYZ da Vinci Mix Jr. is a decent 3D printer at a good price that features a color-blending trick up its sleeve. Unfortunately, the trick doesn’t turn out to be as cool as it first looks.
Sports and serious shooters will find a lot to like in this mirrorless camera, but some of the features are overkill for casual photographers.
While expensive, the 3DR Solo offers a lot of features in an easy-to-fly package that pushes drone smarts to the limit.
Design professionals and serious 3D-printer users will find the Ultimaker 3 well worth the high cost, thanks to its excellent print quality and support for a wide range of materials.
Beginners will like the simplicity of the Mod-T, which produces decent quality prints, though it struggles with some complex models.