If you own one of Nikon’s ‘FX’ format D-SLRs with a full-35mm size sensor, there are three new AF-S Nikkor lenses to consider adding to your system.
The MEYE photographic competition, established by Macular Disease Foundation Australia to raise awareness of macular disease, is open until on September 8th.
Canon Light Awards July - the brief from Steve Waugh on 'courage'
Canon's EOS 5DS – going on sale in Australia now – is based on a 53 MP full-35mm CMOS sensor with an effective pixel count of 50.6 MP...
The 'lipstick' HX-A1 shoots Full HD video footage at 30 fps (using MPEG 4 AVC/H.264 compression) with the option of shooting at 720p and 60 fps.
No doubt buoyed by the huge success of its X-T1 mirrorless camera, Fujifilm has introduced a “little brother” model called the X-T10.
Olympus is releasing two new professional wide-angle lenses.
Canon’s Light Awards continue this month with a focus on clarity for the May competition.
Leica has upgraded its B&W-only M Monochrom digital rangefinder camera to a new CMOS-type sensor which allows for both live view functions and Full HD video recording.
It’s waterproof to 15 metres, dustproof, shockproof for 2.1-metre drops, and even crushproof and freezeproof!
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