The 37th running of the Nikon Photo Contest attracted a record 97,369 entries in three categories from more than 33,000 photographers representing 170 countries and regions. This participation makes it one of the biggest photo contests in the world.
First shown at the launch of the GFX 50R at Photokina 2018 last September, the most compact prime lens for Fujifilm’s mirrorless medium format digital camera system will become available in Australia shortly.
Perth’s Camera Electronic photo retailer is again staging its Photo Live Expo which was first run in 2015 and has continued to grow in size and popularity ever since. This year’s event takes place on Sunday 28 July at the Novotel Perth Langley Hotel.
Owners of Olympus’s OM-D E-M1 Mark II M43 mirrorless camera have no doubt been a bit envious of the E-M1X’s turbocharged autofocusing capabilities, but a firmware upgrade for the earlier model helps close the gap.
Nikon Brand Ambassador and seven-times world surfing champion Stephanie Gilmore stars in a new video campaign created for Nikon Australia and called Freedom To Achieve.
Leica’s new M-E digital rangefinder camera still isn’t especially cheap, but it’s a whole lot more affordable than any current model. The new M-E is a repackaging of the original Typ 240 M model and replaces the older-generation Typ 220 M-E.
The instant print camera revival continues, but the majority of models available are basically simple point-and-shoot types. The new MiNT InstantKon RF70 is a very different animal in that it provides much more control over both exposure and focus.
Sony continues to work hard at expanding its FE mount lens system and is now starting to concentrate on more specialist optics. The latest additions to the line-up are two supertelephotos – a 600mm f4.0 prime and a 200-600mm f5.6-6.3 zoom.
To commemorate 40 years of its ‘Superior Performance’ (SP) series of lenses, Tamron is launching a modern version of one of its all-time classic designs, the 35mm f1.4 fast wide-angle prime.
Panasonic has revealed it will launch a third Lumix S camera body. The Lumix DC-S1H is more video-orientated than the S1 and S1R and will be the world’s first full-35mm mirrorless camera with 6K/24p video recording in the 3:2 aspect ratio.
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