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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 Q10

    The Pentax Q is a fun way to get creative with a high-quality interchangeable lens system. Pentax's Q10 offers the complete range of manual control modes as well a full automatic for quick, easy snaps.

    The updated autofocus system from the original Pentax Q means a faster response the moment you press the shutter. With a range of Q mount lenses, and the full range of Pentax K mount lenses available via an optional adapter, the Pentax Q10 is a very capable companion.

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    $349.95
  2. Leica M9 Digital Body - Only 1 Available - Traded Stock

    --Only 1 available - Traded Stock--

    Leica Camera AG announces the world's first digital rangefinder camera with a full-frame 24 x 36mm sensor. As the world's smallest full-frame system camera, the LEICA M9 continues the long heritage of the Leica rangefinder system, and unites more than 50 years of continuous technical improvements to the M System with cutting-edge digital technologyThe successful combination of a high-resolution image sensor, the superior performance of Leica M lenses and sophisticated processing ensures the best imaging results, making the camera perfect for all fields of photography from reportage and available light to the capture of discreet, spontaneous images.

    Body Only - lens not included

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    $3,995.00

  3. Pentax 645z Body

    The Pentax 645Z continues the Pentax tradition of affordable, high-spec digital medium-format bodies from Pentax. Utilizing the Pentax 645 lens system which has been in use since the 1980's, gives photographers excellent flexibility and range when it comes to getting the correct lens for the job.

    It's 51.4 Megapixel medium-format CMOS is capable of capturing detail and clarity like never before for enormous prints and extra versatility with cropping. The updated response speed and autofocus ensure that scenes won't get away from you, quickly ensuring no moment is missed, with a fast burst rate of up to 3 frames per second.

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    $9,999.00

  4. Canon EOS 600D

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    The Canon EOS 600D Digital SLR Camera is great 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: $899.95

  5. Olympus PEN E-PM2

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    The E-PM2 is Olympus' entry-level PEN series compact system camera. It's simple design is aimed towards photographers who are looking for a better image quality than a compact camera, but without the added complexity of a DLSR. It's called the PEN Mini for a reason - with very few external buttons and dials, this camera is all about being small, so that you can take it with you everywhere and always be ready to capture high-quality images with ease.

    Like all of Olympus' compact system cameras, the E-PM2 still incorporates built-in image stabilization to stop camera shake from ruining your photos, super-fast 8 frames per second burst so you'll never miss that perfect pose, and an intelligent 'iAuto' mode to make taking great photos a snap.

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    From: $449.95

    To: $649.95

  6. 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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    $6,849.95

  7. Fuji X-Pro1

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    The X-Pro1 is the first camera FujiFilm entered into the compact system market. As the name suggests, the X-Pro1 is aimed squarely at professional and enthusiast photographers, with it's classic rangefinder styling and dedicated control dials. The large viewfinder is Fuji's own "Hybrid" viewfinder which allows the photographer to switch between a fully digital display, or an optical rangefinder view with digital information overlaid, bringing a touch of nostalgia with it.

    Inside the X-Pro1 we find Fuji's unique 16 Megapixel, APS-C sized "X-Trans CMOS" image sensor which captures sharp detail and produces outstanding colour, including a range of film simulation modes to reproduce the expressive colour quality of Fuji films. The high-resolution, anti-reflective LCD screen means photographers can feel comfortable checking their photos in the field allowing them to shoot with even greater confidence.

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    From: $1,399.95

    To: $1,699.95

  8. Olympus OM-D E-M5

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    *Only on 12-50mm Kit
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    2 Year Olympus Warranty Included.

    The Olympus OM-D EM-5 may be a blast from the past for some of you. Bearing the retro look of its Film OM-D forefathers, the EM-5 is a Micro 4/3rds camera with interchangeable lenses (the same lenses which can be bought with the Olympus PEN series).

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    From: $899.95

    To: $1,399.95

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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