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The Reddog R1 is a compact three-axis gimbal stabiliser from tripod-maker Benro, and it’s designed to give super-smooth handheld video shooting with camera-and-lens combos up to 1.8 kilos in weight.
Melbourne is the location of Leica’s second branded store in Australia with the 220 square-metres facility also housing this country’s first Leica Gallery.
For purchases made between now and 31 January 2019, Panasonic Australia is offering up to $500 loaded onto an EFTPOS card as a bonus on selected Lumix G mirrorless camera bodies and lenses.
The latest version of its M10 digital rangefinder camera is described by Leica as having a “digital heart, analog soul”. It combines an even more traditional external design with a greater reliance on remote set-up via WiFi and a new camera app.
Canon Australia is giving buyers of Canon photo and video products in Australia the opportunity to win one of 30 life-changing travel experiences in one of ten exciting overseas destinations.
Following the hugely successful launch of the revived OneStep instant camera in 2017, Polaroid Originals has released a new version which has built-in Bluetooth connectivity for access to a number of additional app-based creative features.
Representing a significant investment in ‘bricks-and-mortar’ retailing, Teds Cameras has opened a world’s first concept store in Sydney's CBD. The totally revamped store provides customers with an immersive experience in many aspects of photography.
While the L Mount Alliance was the headline news from Leica at this year’s Photokina, it continued a very busy year with a number of new product announcements, including the S3 medium format D-SLR.
Sigma had a very busy Photokina 2018 which included announcing its significant commitments to the ‘L Mount Alliance’, a total of four new D-SLR lenses in its ‘Global Vision’ categories (Art, Sports and Contemporary), and one for Sony E and MFT.
It may be a bit of a cliché, but the only constant in photography over the last two decades has been change… and there’s more to come, as was very evident at the 2018 Photokina in the German city of Cologne.
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