Save $100 on a Wacom Pen Tablet Today Only

Save $100 on a Wacom Pen Tablet Today Only

A pen tablet is one of the most useful accessories any photographer can have, and you'll find they can vastly increase both your editing precision and efficiency. And today only, you can take $100 off an industry-standard Wacom tablet.

Wacom tablets are the choice of almost every photographer for their precision, features, and quality. If you've never used a tablet to edit before, it can certainly feel a bit strange at first, but after about a week, you'll find it hard to ever return to using a mouse. A tablet offers a very natural method of working with images and can make your work both go more quickly and become more precise. Today only, B&H is taking $100 off the Intuos Pro Small, which is generally the right size for most photographers. It features a 6.2 x 3.9" active area, 2,048 levels of sensitivity, multi-touch support, six programmable Express Keys, a wireless kit, and a Touch Ring and is compatible with both Mac and Windows. It's a great chance to pick up a very useful tool at a substantial discount. 

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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I would only use a small one for a portable setup. On large, high res screens they feel very imprecise and you often have to limit their area to a part of the screen.

That’s a steal!!!! If I’m not mistaken it’s the previous generation.

I'm sorry about your troubles.

How long did you give it before giving up? For me it took about 2 weeks of constant use. A real PIA at first, but now I love it.

Once I got through the learning curve with it, it's easily one of the best investments I've made. The medium size works great on my 27 inch monitor.

It literally took about 2 weeks of forcing myself to use it to get over the hump. Now I can't be without it.

Edit to change "small" to medium.

I’ll toss in my counter opinion that the small size is easily the best size for photo work where you aren’t drawing anything from scratch using your arm with a stiff wrist but rather scribbling masks using your wrist for the most part. It could even be made smaller. I map my Wacom tablets down to the size of an iPhone screen.

I used to have a Wacom and rarely used it. I mainly used it for the buttons. Eventually, I went the pen tablet display route. It's changed the way I edit. So much easier for me to draw on the screen and see what I'm looking at.

I just ordered one the day before this was posted lmfao 🤦‍♀️ different model though.