If you're still looking to make good on that New Year's resolution to kick your photography habit into high gear, we might have a few options that can help. From an entry-level Nikon DSLR to a Wacom peripheral to aid with edits, there are a few options for spicing up those snapshots. Head on past the break and peruse the full lot.

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Fujifilm X-Pro1 (body only)

Price: $849
Regular Price: $1,300
Engadget Global Score: 82
Buy: 42nd Street Photo

Sure, you could nab up a highly capable mirrorless compact for less, but if you don't mind the extra investment -- now with a handsome discount -- you can expect retro stylings, "film like" images and full manual control. The current sticker price is also consistent with the lowest it has been in the last three months.

Nikon D5200 (body only)

Price: $459
Regular Price: $700
Engadget Global Score: 85
Buy: 42nd Street Photo

The predecessor to Nikon's D5300 doesn't pack the WiFi chops that the latest model does, but the D5200 is still a solid buy for a beginner DSLR. In fact, this model is barely a year old and the $200-plus price drop is certainly worth considering. See how both old and new stack up against each other with our compare tool.

Canon 60D (body only)

Price: $599
Regular Price: $800
Engadget Global Score: 82
Buy: 42nd Street Photo

Looking for a step up from the entry-level DSLRs? Well, Canon's 60D is a solid bet with 18-megapixel shooting, and many have noted its fast performance and respectable image output. We're currently seeing pricing that's $50 above the 90-day low, so if you're willing to hold out a bit longer, add the 60D to your Want list and we'll let you know when the price drops even further.

Wacom Intuos5 touch (medium)

Price: $270
Regular Price: $375
Engadget Global Score: 92
Buy: Amazon

Perhaps you're in the market for tools that will make that photo-editing workflow a bit snappier. If so, a Wacom pen tablet could certainly lend a hand with its stellar stylus input and multi-touch gestures. The medium-sized Intuos5 touch (the same size we reviewed) is currently offered with a $105 price cut to soften the blow for the peripheral investment. According to our price drop tool, the current cost of admission is in line with the 90-day low.