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Camera

March - April 2020

Digital or film? Digital AND film? CAMERA magazine's focus is to assist readers to choose and use the tools they need to create memorable images, and to enhance the skills that will make them better photographers. No matter what medium, readers are kept up to speed with all the latest rapidly changing film and digital products, news and technologies.

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Australia
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Future Publishing Ltd
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camera australia

Editorial Editor: Paul Burrows paul.burrows@futurenet.com Art Director: Kristian Hagen kristian.hagen@futurenet.com Contributors Bruce Usher, Trevern Dawes, Stephen Dawson, Alison Stieven-Taylor. Advertising Advertising Director: Jim Preece jim.preece@futurenet.com Advertising Manager: Lewis Preece lewis.preece@futurenet.com Advertising Liaison: Diane Preece diane.preece@futurenet.com Management Managing Director: Neville Daniels Printed by IVE GROUP Distributed in Australia and NZ by Ovato ovato.com.au Chief executive Zillah Byng-Thorne Non-executive chairman Richard Huntingford Chief financial officer Penny Ladkin-Brand…

4 min.
the chosen ones

Like a great many around Australia during the Christmas and New Year period, I had to actually implement my bushfire action plan… and, let me tell you, there’s quite a deal of difference between the plan and the action. The planning bit is fine because, in all honesty, you don’t really think you’ll ever have to put it into action… so you don’t really think much about all the stuff you’ll be leaving behind which, of course, is pretty well everything. My wife and I basically whittled our life down to three biggish plastic storage containers, along with the cages for our two cats plus, in my case, the ‘working cameras’ kit… which meant all the ‘play’ cameras would be staying behind. This was all done before there was any real…

2 min.
autumn years… or indian summer?

“ONE SWALLOW DOES not a summer make…” wrote the Greek philosopher, Aristotle; and a couple of D-SLR launches don’t represent a new dawn for the reflex camera. There will always be D-SLRs – especially at the pro end of the interchangeable lens camera (ILC) market – but the future emphasis is still going to be on mirrorless systems because it now makes more sense on many levels. The arrival of Canon’s EOS-1D X Mark III and Nikon’s D780 are both easily explained in the context of today’s changing ILC marketplace. For starters, there are still a lot of D-SLR lenses being made by both Canon and Nikon so they need something to go on the back of them. The D780 is Nikon’s answer to the EOS 90D and, similarly to the…

3 min.
new canon flagship d-slr chases mirrorless speedsters

WHILE A PRO-LEVEL EOS R mirrorless camera is an inevitability, Canon is keeping faith with its dedicated pro D-SLR users who will no doubt be mightily pleased with the new EOS-1D X Mark III. It’s targeted at high-speed shooters who still prefer to use an optical viewfinder rather than an EVF. Canon has gone all-out to make its new reflex flagship the fastest D-SLR ever, able to match the fastest mirrorless cameras… at least in terms of full resolution. The -1D X Mark III has a new FP shutter assembly and a new reflex mirror mechanism to enable faster recycling with reduced black-out periods between frames. With the optical viewfinder, it’s capable of 16 fps and, with mirror lock-up, this increases to an impressive 20 fps… and both with continuous…

3 min.
new lenses for both f and z mounts from nikon

WITH THE ARRIVAL of the Nikkor Z 70-200mm f2.8 VR S, there are now eight Z mount lenses in Nikon’s full-35mm mirrorless system and they now pretty well cover all the essentials. The new 70-200mm f2.8 – a staple for many photographers – has internal zooming and focusing plus a built-in optical image stabiliser giving up to five stops of correction for camera shake. As the Z 6 and Z 7 cameras have in-body stabilisation, the lens’s ‘Vibration Reduction’ optical correction works in conjunction with this system. The optical construction – comprising 21 elements in 18 groups – includes a total of ten special types, including one of Nikon’s recently-developed ‘SR’ elements. The initials are short for “Short Wavelength Refractive” and these specialised-refractive elements are designed to provide enhanced correction…

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what’s next? the future

IF YOU TAKE a look at our title page – assuming that you haven’t already eagerly read this issue’s editorial – you’ll notice there’s a new logo at the bottom of what we call the ‘skite box’ (that’s the panel that lists who does what in the mag). In the time between now and the last issue, Camera magazine has been sold by previous owner, Next Media, to the UK-based company Future Publishing. In fact, all the AV Group magazines have found a new home at Future, including sister publication ProPhoto, Australian Hi-Fi, Australian Guitar and Sound & Image. We join a growing stable of tech and photo magazines published in the UK, Canada and the USA so, as they say in business, we’re a ‘good fit’ in terms of Future’s…