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Australian Camera's September/October 2020 issue is out – get your copy now!

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Canon, Fujifilm, Olympus or Leica – can't decide? Our in-depth reviews of four new cameras from these brands will help, and they're all in the unmissable September / October 2020 issue of Australian Camera.

You'll definitely want to lay your hands on the latest edition of Australia's favourite photography magazine, as we take a very close look at Canon's latest flagship mirrorless full-framer, the EOS R5.

That's not the only camera creating a buzz in the photography world though. With Olympus announcing the sale of its imaging division, many of the company's customers have been wondering if there will be new gear to look forward to. The simple answer is yes, and the OM-D E-M1 Mark III is just the beginning.

Not keen on full-35mm sensors or micro four thirds? Then take a gander at our review of Fujifilm's fourth-generation X-T series camera, and find out why Australian Camera editor Paul Burrows calls the X-T4 "the most powerful APS-C camera so far".

Admittedly Leica cameras cost a pretty penny, but if you've been lusting after one (and saving up for it!), then grab this issue of Australian Camera and find out how the German company's latest rangefinder performs against tough competition from the Japanese manufacturers.

Once you've got your next camera sorted, you'll need some inspiration – and we've got that covered too. Inside this issue, you can learn how to capture interesting landscape features or get inspired by the winners of this year's Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Awards.

That's not all – there's a lot more to uncover in the latest edition of Australian Camera, so get your copy now!

Get the digital edition today

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. 

You can purchase single issues individually, or subscribe for a full year and automatically receive every issue as it's released. For more details, simply click on the Zinio logo below.

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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.

If this sounds like something that will keep your creative juices flowing, then print subscriptions are available from Future Australia's dedicated Techmags website (opens in new tab).

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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.