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  1. Sony A7 IV Price & Release Date

    Sony A7 IV Price and Release Date

    UPDATE: 23 October 2021

    Australian Pricing is now firm on the Sony A7 Mark IV and we're now taking pre-orders. 

    We're selling the A7M4 for $3980 plus we're giving away a BONUS $100 Camera Warehouse Gift Card (only for a limited time)

    So what are you waiting for?!  You can pre-order Sony A7 IV through our website, via Phone or email. All you need to pay is a 10% deposit to secure your order. 

    The first shipment is expected to arrive by end of November 2021 and stock will be tight for a months due to demand. 

    There's been some big announcements in the camera industry this year but we reckon this one really tops it off.  We don't know the full details and specs on the A7M4 yet but from

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  2. Canon EOS R3 Price and Release Date

    Canon's New Leader!

    Shoot at the Speed of Life!

    What can we expect from the latest sports and action camera?

    • 30FPS Electrical shutter continuous drive
    • A brand new 24.1MP Full-Frame back-illuminated
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  3. The New Fujifilm GFX50S II Price & Release date 

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  4. SD Cards For Your Camera

     

    We have found that it can be easy to find out the difference in cameras regarding their photo and video capability to make sure it’s right for your needs, however, even our own staff get a little stuck when it comes to choosing the right storage card to match your camera. We also frequently see people with

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  5. Olympus Double Giftcard! Up to $700

    Olympus Double Giftcard! Up to $700

    Until the end of June 2021, purchase a select Olympus camera to receive a bonus Visa Giftcard worth up to $350.

    Even better, if you then buy an eligible lens with your camera purchase, that will double the value of that giftcard.

    See below for participating cameras:

    E-M1X

    $350 Giftcard or $700 with select lens

    E-M1 Mark III

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  6. Tripod Designs


    Tripod Designs

    Every photographer from the cell phone snapper to the elite nature documentary knows that a wavering hand or heavy gust of wind can ruin an otherwise perfect shot. To accommodate these unforeseen forces, photographers began to adapt the artist's easel to hold a camera in place rather than a painting canvas. However, it goes further than simply being a stick to hold your camera though. Much like the majority of camera accessories, there are general and niche options available on the market today. So how do you decide which style tripod to get?
    The Different Tripod Options
    The world of photography has never been more accessible than it is today, with phone cameras capturing pictures with quality never imaginable for such a small device or extremely affordable high-quality mirrorless or DSLR's. This has led to more and more new photographers hitting

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  7. Panasonic GH6, GH5 II and 25-50mm 1.7

     


    New from Panasonic Lumix

     


    We have woken up to a new day of hope in the Micro Four Thirds community. Panasonic has made three big announcements that can finally put an end to years-long debates about

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  8. Tripod Heads

    Give Your Camera the Support It Needs

     

    Even the highest quality camera using the newest technology can't digitally compensate for every movement made by a swaying arm or natural handshake. This is where tripods and tripod heads come into play. What was once just a stable appendage for your equipment to sit on has now evolved to give many options to your exact style of movement and orientation needed to get the shot.

     

    Types of Tripod Heads

    With the improvements in camera quality, the possibilities of what could be captured facilitated the need to stabilize shots in all environments. Depending on your needs, each tripod head has something to offer. To find the best one though, we'll need to dive into each option and how they operate.

    Ball

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  9. What Are Digital Camera Sensor Sizes

    What Are Digital Camera Sensor Sizes

     Digital sensor sizes 

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  10. Mirrorless vs DSLR - there is a winner

    Mirrorless vs DSLR - there is a winner

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