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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. Panasonic GM1 + 12-32mm Silver

    Bonus Panasonic Shaver

    Valued at $89.95

    Offer ends 24/12/2014

    Compact system cameras are designed to provide photographers with outstanding image quality in a size much smaller than a DSLR. The Panasonic Lumix GM1 proves that size doesn't matter, with an incredibly tiny body that can really be described as pocketable, the GM1 delivers sharp, detailed images even in lower lighting where a regular compact camera would fall down.

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    $699.95

  2. Panasonic Lumix G6

    DSLR image quality is easy to achieve with the Panasonic Lumix G6. The Lumix G6 is a compact system camera designed to offer the quality, speed, and flexibility of a digital SLR but without the bulk. With an easy to use 'Intelligent Auto' mode, an autofocus speed that rivals and even exceeds some DSLRs, coupled with Panasonic's range of high-quality lenses makes the G6 a perfect companion for anyone looking to take their photography to the next level.

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    From: $799.95

    To: $999.95

  3. Panasonic Lumix GH4

    Panasonic's GH4 is the flagship of their compact system camera range. The Lumix GH4 builds upon the strengths of it's predecessor, while adding even more functionality to delight photo and video enthusiasts alike.

    Inside the same durable magnesium-alloy constructed and weather sealed design, the GH4 serves up some amazing new features. A new, blazingly fast autofocus system now gives photographers the ability to manually select multiple different autofocus points from anywhere in within the frame. Just like the GH3 before it, the GH4 also gives you the ability to record FullHD video at 60 frames per second, now at an unbelievably high video bitrate of up to 200Mbps to ensure the best possible detail in every frame. Where the new Panasonic really sets itself apart is it's breathtaking 4K recording mode, which will take stunning video at a smooth 30 frames per second with enough resolution to create an 8 Megapixel still image from any frame of video.

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    From: $1,699.95

    To: $3,499.95

  4. Panasonic Lumix GM5

    Superb Picture Quality in Sophisticated Design

    The ultimate in functional beauty and design has been pursued in the DMC-GM5. It incorporates a large Digital Live MOS Sensor based on the Micro Four Thirds System standard. Despite its highly functional performance, the DMC-GM5 boasts an extremely compact profile.
    Every exterior part is designed in detail, giving the camera a sleek, stylish look and feel. It gives you a more luxurious experience than most cameras are capable of.

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    From: $999.95

    To: $1,199.95

  5. Panasonic Lumix GX7

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    Bonus Panasonic Shaver

    Valued at $149.95

    Offer ends 24/12/2014

    The GX7 is the latest enthusiast-range compact system camera from Panasonic. Offering everything the enthusiast could want in a new, compact design, the Panasonic Lumix GX7 incorporates a stunning high-resolution, tilting electronic viewfinder to give photographers even greater freedom when composing images. Dual control dials allow for ease of access to manual settings, with a convenient built-in flash and image stabilizer system providing the security of shake-reduction even to non-stabilized lenses.

    With Panasonic's "Light-Speed AF" focusing system delivering outstandingly fast and reliable autofocus, as well as shooting speeds of up to 5 frames per second, photographers can expect incredible response times capable of capturing every fleeting moment with brilliant detail and clarity.

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    From: $799.95

    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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