We all know being a National Geographic photographer dangerous work, but it's not all snake bites and panther maulings. Nat Geo's new Field Test feature series shows off some of the high tech gadgets — from camera traps to sexcopters — the photographers employ to get their spectacular shots. [Field Test - Image: National Geographic/Michael Nichols]
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