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Kaiser Baas X100 Action Camera

Kaiser Baas X100 Action Camera

Image quality not up to standard of GoPro
, 9/08/2016

I previously had a GoPro from Ted's and was happy with it's function and the images. My one day of skiing with the Kaiser Baas gave less impressive images, a more distorted image, I had to go back and replace the casing, and so far I have not been able to recover the images to download them onto my laptop. I am not confident that it will last and that the battery will cope with real cold but will give it a chance. The wrist band remote did not seem to work as well. However the price is good ($99 ) at present is good, the image quality is satisfactory and I can use my old GoPro attachments (I lost the GoPro skiing!).

Pros: Easy to use, Compact
Cons: Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Nikon D750 Digital SLR Camera Body

Nikon D750 Digital SLR Camera Body

The Camera that is worth every dollar!
, 8/08/2016

The Nikon D750 is a terrific camera for the price. This camera's sensor performs so well with Dynamic Range, High ISO, Autofocus Tracking and of course Image Quality. One the best cameras currently in the market and I would dare to say this camera can perform side by side with the big boys within the Nikon and Canon lineup! The D750 also uses a tweaked autofocusing system from the Nikon D810, allowing you to focus quickly in dim-light situations. The camera is capable of capturing photos at 6.5 frames per second which is more than fast enough for most photographer's needs. The D750's body is very compact yet very ergonomic to the touch - the grip curves elegantly to suit photographers hands, allowing you to shoot longer and of course to keep your fingers comfortable when mounting a heavier lens onto this body. If you're a videographers to work with ease with its tillable screen - Nikon had also included the "Power Aperture" feature to allow users to change the aperture while in liveview & video mode! Highly recommend this camera to both upcoming photographers and professionals!

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Nikon D500 Body

Nikon D500 Body

Definitely the camera to get the job done!
, 8/08/2016

The Nikon D500 is durable, fast and exceptionally responsive. This camera is definitely the baby brother of the Nikon D5 with its swift 153 Autofocus point system and 10 frames per second burst - gets those quick moving images with ease! The high ISO capabilities matches the Nikon D750 (FX body) camera and deliver crisp images when photographing with lower ISOs - you can definitely see the sharpness because the sensor lacks a Anti-aliasing filter. The Nikon D500 however does lack behind in battery life compared to other Nikon DSLRs - would highly recommend to get a spare battery or even the Nikon MB-D17 battery grip with this camera. Besides the battery life, this camera is definitely aimed at sports and wildlife enthusiasts and even professional photographers. Pair this body up with high quality glass and you won't be disappointed! Definitely looking forward to using this camera at future catwalk events and even for my editorial and studio photography!

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Getting The Basics Right - Maroochydore - FREE

Getting The Basics Right - Maroochydore - FREE

VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE, RICH
, 8/08/2016

I find Rich very knowledgeable and helpful. He knows his stuff! Looking forward to the second part of todays session, Thanks, Phil

Pros: Easy to use, Compact
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Getting The Basics Right - Maroochydore - FREE

Getting The Basics Right - Maroochydore - FREE

FEW GOOD TIPS
, 8/08/2016

I have just been gifted with my camera. As I have never used one before and have no idea what I am doing, sorry Rich but I needed to start from the very beginning. I have learnt a few good tips, Thank you, Mary.

Pros: Easy to use
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Getting The Basics Right - Maroochydore - FREE

Getting The Basics Right - Maroochydore - FREE

AMAZING SESSION
, 8/08/2016

An amazing lesson with Rich. I have had a camera for many years and have learnt more in the last hour than I have ever before. Excellent Class, Rich.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Canon BG-E13 Battery Grip (EOS6D)

Canon BG-E13 Battery Grip  (EOS6D)

6D Battery Grip
, 2/08/2016

No more worrying about running out of battery power, holds 2 batteries and also has a separate cartridge for AA batteries for long shoots and always an easy transaction at Teds Camera store

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality
Cons: Bulky
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Inca Tripod i3642B

Inca Tripod i3642B

Handy little tripod for storage in the car
, 1/08/2016

Good quality item. The right size for storage in the car for those times when you forget your tripod or don't feel like lugging around your full size tripod. Works well with my Olympus OM-D. Will get a lot of use

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Canon Powershot SX620HS Black

Canon Powershot SX620HS Black

Good every day compact, but no substitute for better advanced compact
, 1/08/2016

I have a G16, and love it, wanted something with a bigger zoom, so thought I'd try the SX620 with the new x25 zoom, it isOk, but not a match on the G16 in quality of image.
The zoom at full x25 doesn't focus well, and I found I can only really get half zoom with decent focus. I'll carry it, but I hope Canon releases a quality advanced compact with at least a 10-5 times zoom (like the Lumix Z110, but it is a bit bulky).

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Cons: Complicated
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Canon EOS 760D + 18-135mm STM

Canon EOS 760D + 18-135mm STM

A Good Camera
, 28/07/2016

Very happy with the photographic & build quality ,,
To tell the truth, I'm sticking with Canon because of the range of lenses I already own ,
But I was surprised how good it is & the basic STM lens is a great starter option .
This camera has many extra user options from its earlier 700d incarnation,, with a very nice 24mp low noise pick up.
The Sensor is incredibly clean with no blemishes, I shoot mainly in RAW & am pushing the sensor with long exposures with great results,,, Its much better than the 700D,, The 760d also has the top setting display,, its great for night shoot & quick glance setting check.
A clean Hdmi 1080p output is a great long awaited addition, but if you want to external record & iso record at the same time a rec red dot is superimposed on the HDMI out that cant be removed !! why Canon,,, clean is clean please !
A Big pity there is no 4k record video option,,,
With the select function dial & on switch now on the left hand side it is no longer a one hand easy use camera :-/ ,,, also the dial select on the right is just to low down on the camera body, so is difficult to grip & use the dial simultaneously.
On the whole its a great camera, I'm very happy with its photographic performance.
Cheers Craig


Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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