Earlier this year I reviewed the Loupedeck, a hardware controller designed for editing photos in Lightroom Classic. After that was published, I remembered a similar product, the Palette system, that also uses physical knobs, sliders, and buttons to manipulate editing controls.
Now, DPReview has just published my review of it. One of the key differences between Palette and Loupedeck is that Palette is entirely modular: each controller is its own unit, enabling you to mix and match the pieces in whatever configuration you choose. It’s almost too open-ended, but once you find a combination that works, it can be a helpful addition to your editing toolset.
Here’s a link to the review: Review: Palette modular photo editing system
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