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Digital SLR Cameras

Ted’s stock a wide range of Digital SLR cameras and lenses including Canon EOS, Nikon D, Pentax K and Sony Alpha D SLR’s. Our DSLR cameras are available in Single Lens Kits, Twin Lens Kits or Body Only for those with existing lenses. If you don’t see a kit that suits you, feel free to mix and match camera bodies with the Lens to suit.
  1. Pentax 645z Body

    --- Arriving June 2014 ---

    Capture everything reflected in the eyes and felt by the heart.
    The medium format CMOS image sensor meets the ideals of the photographer. This sensor is approximately 1.7 times larger compared to the dimension of a full-frame 35 mm format. The effective pixels are approximately 51.4 million. Together with the optical performance of PENTAX 645 lenses, this produces unsurpassed resolution and smooth gradation representations and the three-dimensional feeling and atmosphere that will overwhelm the viewers.

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    $9,999.95

  2. Canon EOS 7D

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    The Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR Camrera is suited to professionals looking for speed and flexibility, as well as amateurs looking for something more. The 18 Megapixel APS-C sensor and Dual DIG!C 4 Processors make for a super fast camera with a vast array of lenses to choose from. Equipped with 19 autofocus points and capable of shooting 8 frames per second, the EOS 7D is a favourite of sports and nature photographers the world over. Finally, the 1080p High Definition Video allows for beautiful video shooting on a 3.0 inch LCD screen. The Canon 7D is a huge hit among photographers from all backgrounds, and we know you’ll love it too.

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    From: $1,349.95

    To: $2,399.95

  3. Nikon D3100

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    Featuring a guide mode which teaches you how to use the camera, the Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera caters for a wide range of users. Whether you want to take a nice portrait shot with a soft background or a sharp shot of a moving subject, the D3100 makes learning easy and fun. Boasting a 14 Megapixel DX sensor capable of shooting 3 frames per second, high quality images are available with the touch of a button. Finally, the D3100 allows you to capture any moment in Full 1080p High Definition Video, so you can capture your moment your way.

     

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    From: $469.95

    To: $899.95

  4. Nikon D7000

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    It’s hard to imagine how Nikon could possibly bring out a camera to replace the D90, but they managed it. The Nikon D7000 Digital SLR is not only relatively compact, but also very powerful. With a 16 Megapixel sensor and 39 autofocus points, the D7000 DSLR is perfect for the serious enthusiast. The Nikon D7000 is packed with features such as dual SD card slots, full High Definition video and two customizable settings so you can set the camera to your favourite specifications for certain conditions. This camera boasts an ISO range of 100-6400 (perfect for almost any lighting condition), as well as incredible speed for capturing fast subjects. While this camera is not for those just wanting to point and click, it’s perfect for those who want professional performance in a smaller, robust package.

     

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    From: $999.95

    To: $2,399.95

  5. Canon EOS 600D

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    The Canon EOS 600D is a great camera for the photographer who wants something more. This camera is packed with features such as a vari-angle screen, High Definition video and multiple Scene Modes, making it easy to shoot in any situation. Packed with a whopping 18 Megapixel sensor and the Canon Dig!c 4 Processor which allows shooting of up to 3.7 frames per second, the 600D is a powerful camera in a small package. Also featuring several creative art filters, the 600D gives you freedom of choice to help you express your creativity.

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    From: $549.95

    To: $849.95

  6. Canon EOS 1100D

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    The Canon EOS 1100D Digital Camera is the latest entry level, 12 Megapixel DSLR model from the classic EOS range of cameras. The Canon 1100D is the perfect camera for those looking to enter the world of DSLR photography. With easy to use functions and all the necessary features to capture great quality photos, you will never miss that moment. A simple design makes the Canon 1100D incredibly user friendly and intuitive to use with some excellent upgrades from the previous model. These include the addition of High Definition video recording, the latest Canon Digic Image Processor for excellent image quality and a new 9 point Auto Focus system. Anyone upgrading from a compact will appreciate the burst mode of 3 frames per second for a speedy response time. The EOS 1100D combines the best elements of an entry level DSLR model – lightweight, easy to use and great images.

     

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    From: $424.95

    To: $599.95

  7. Olympus PEN E-PM2

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    Designed for the beginner compact system camera photographer and the camera user desiring SLR-level performance with point-and-shoot simplicity.The PEN Mini E-PM2 features a 16-megapixel LiveMOS sensor, a wide-format capacitive touch-screen LCD with “Touch Shutter” technology, a simple and direct user-interface, and optional wireless connectivity that is optimised for social media use.

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    From: $479.95

    To: $679.95

  8. Canon EOS 1DX Body

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    Here it is; Canon’s new flagship in the Pro DSLR range, the Canon EOS1Dx. This time they have really gone above and beyond, with an 18 Megapixel Full Frame CMOS sensor, 61 Auto focus points and yes, dual DIG!C 5 Processors. This means high-resolution images with extremely fast shooting capable of 12 frames per second as well as Full High Definition Video for 29 minutes and 59 seconds. The 1Dx also has 2 CF card slots, which can be used to store your data in several different ways; as overflow, one for RAW and one forJPEG, or one for Photos and one for Video.

     

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    $6,999.95

Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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