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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. Canon EOS 700D


    The Canon EOS 700D digital SLR camera is designed for the creative photographer wanting more to play with. The 18 Megapixel sensor has been tried and tested, producing gorgeous images time and time again. The 700D has a 3” flip-out LCD so you can get a clear shot from any angle, and the DiG!C 5 processor gives you quick processing and dynamic Live-View use. The continuous shooting rate of 5 frames per second ensures you get the shot you want, and the Creative Art Filters let you shoot with the effect you want, rather than having to apply it later in Photoshop.

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  2. Canon EOS 70D


    Changing the way users capture still images and video with a DSLR camera, Canon proudly introduces the EOS 70D – a trailblazing powerhouse featuring a revolutionary autofocus technology that unlocks the potential of Live View: Dual Pixel CMOS AF. This game-changing technology allows the EOS 70D to capture video in Live View with smooth and precise autofocus similar to that of a camcorder, complete with the superb image quality that is a hallmark of EOS cameras. Additionally, Dual Pixel CMOS AF provides fast and accurate autofocus during Live View still image capture, enabling you to fully benefit from the freedom of angle allowed by the Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II. Compositional options are now nearly limitless with the two real-world choices of Live View and viewfinder shooting.


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  3. Canon EOS 7D

    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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  4. Canon EOS M

    The EOS M combines the renowned EOS DSLR quality in an ultra compact body that is fun to use. The compact system camera enables users to lose themselves in the moment rather than the camera manual, through its ease of use and incredibly compact body. With the ability to attach EFM, EF and EF-S lenses, as well as an array of EOS accessories, the EOS M is the perfect tool for those stepping up from their compact camera and not wanting to embark on DSLR photography.

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  5. Fuji X-E1

    The Fuji XE-1 digital compact system camera is the newest in Fuji’s X series. Designed to be smaller than the X-Pro 1, it sports many of the same industry-leading features such as the 16 Megapixel “X-Trans CMOS” sensor. The autofocus system is just as fast and accurate, and you still have manual exposure controls and RAW file shooting options. The electronic viewfinder is great for those who don’t like using the screen and, combined with the hardy design, makes you think of the film cameras in their heyday. The Fuji XE1 sports a pop-up flash as well as an accessory hot shoe.

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  6. Fuji X-E2

    The Fuji X-E2 is a combination of the award winning features of the Fuji X-E1, X-Pro 1 and X100s.

    Retaining the outstanding image quality and low light ability of the X-Trans CMOS sensor, Fuji has upped the ante with lightning fast Phase Detection Autofocus. A technology traditionally reserved for DSLR's.

    Combined with the ever expanding range of fantastic Fujinon lenses, you'll be ready to shoot any situation like a pro.

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  7. Fuji X-M1

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    Compact and lighter than a typical DSLR, but delivering uncompromising resolution rivaling its bulky cousins. The classic lines of the small body invite you to take it with you wherever you go.
    The impact of what the FUJIFILM X-M1 offers will motivate you to get out there and seize every moment.

    • Quality of a digital SLR in a compact body.
    • Large APS-C 16M "X-Trans CMOS" & "EXR PROCESSOR II" realize's impressive color reproduction and high resolution.
    • Easy-to-use One Handed Operation & The 3.0-inch, 920K-dot Tilt LCD screen.
    • Versatile with interchangeable lenses.
    • Wireless Image Transfer allows instant sharing via mobile devices.
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  8. Fuji X-Pro1

    At long last, Fuji announced their own foray into the Hybrid/Compact System inter-changeable lens cameras, the Finepix X-Pro1. Aimed at professional and enthusiast photographers, this camera sports a specially designed 16 Megapixel APS-C ‘X-Trans CMOS’ sensor which produces vibrant colour and sharp detail. The series of prime lenses available with the body (an 18mm f2, 35mm f4 and 60mm f2.4) are small in size and have a fine depth of field, as well as their own aperture dial. The hybrid viewfinder can be used either as an optical or digital rangefinder, delighting nostalgic fans. With new lenses set to be released this year, this is a camera designed to appease those looking for a powerful camera with nostalgic aesthetic. Full Details

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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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