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The 5 best gloves for photographers

If you do a lot of landscape, wildlife or other outdoors photography, depending on where you're shooting you’re likely to find yourself out in the cold and wet on occasion. This means you need clothing that will keep you warm and dry, and ultimately comfortable enough to shoot – and with hands being both prone to cold and essential for camera control, keeping them warm is a priority.

When choosing photography gloves there are a few factors to consider. Wind-proofing, water-resistance and good grip are all desirable features, while it's also important that gloves enable tactile control of camera dials and buttons.

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