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Australian Camera's July / August 2020 issue has landed!

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There's a plethora of hot new gear awaiting you inside the unmissable July/August 2020 issue of Australian Camera magazine.

Whether you're a Canon, Nikon or Fujifilm fan, or a travel or street photographer, we'll take you on a photography journey with our reviews of the new Canon EOS M6 Mark II APS-C mirrorless marvel, the flagship Nikon D780 DSLR and retro-rangefinder that is the Fujifilm X-Pro3. Accompanying the cameras on this journey are the premium Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM and the more affordable Samyang MF 14mm f/2.8 Mark II lenses. Our in-depth coverage will help you decide what kind of photographer you'd like to be, and what gear is best suited to the purposes.

Got your gear sorted? Then it's time to get out there and start shooting great images! Need some inspiration? Check out this year's Nikon Surf Photo Competition; with a plethora of great beaches in Australia and with lockdown laws lifting, it's a great time to head down to the sand and hone your own shooting skills. Motorsports are also making a comeback (albeit without fans in the stands), but that doesn't mean we can't dream, and Australian Camera editor Paul Burrows' tips and tricks on how to capture the perfect motorsport moment will ensure you're prepared the next time you're trackside.

And while we're feeling nostalgic for different times, why not take a walk down memory lane with the Minolta XM Motor? This iconic model was launched in 1976 and is now a camera collector's dream – we investigate you why it's become such a valuable item.

There's something for everyone in the latest issue of Australian Camera – Australia's favourite photography magazine!

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Australian Camera's print edition is sold through all good newsagents Australia-wide, but for the ultimate in convenience, it's also available for immediate download in digital format from Zinio (opens in new tab), providing instant access on your phone, tablet or PC! 

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Published since 1979, Australian Camera is the country's premier photography magazine for enthusiasts and hobbyists and, since 2010, has been a member of the prestigious Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) – a global group of photography magazines selected for their high standards of content, production and independence.

The magazine is published six times a year (or bi-monthly), with the subscription also including an annual special issue called the Australian Camera Handbook. This offers a look into the year's most popular reviews and includes exclusive new content as well.

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Australian Camera is the bi-monthly magazine for creative photographers, whatever their format or medium. Published since the 1970s, it's informative and entertaining content is compiled by experts in the field of digital and film photography ensuring its readers are kept up to speed with all the latest on the rapidly changing film/digital products, news and technologies. Whether its digital or film or digital and film Australian Camera magazine's primary focus is to help its readers choose and use the tools they need to create memorable images, and to enhance the skills that will make them better photographers. The magazine is edited by Paul Burrows, who has worked on the magazine since 1982.