You are going to want to check out the latest issue of Australian Camera magazine, because not only will be whet your appetite (in more ways than one) but it will also prove why a reflex camera can still hold its own in the age of mirrorless.
From inspiring food photography to new cameras and accessories road tested, there's plenty to focus on in the latest issue. So get your copy now!
A physical print edition of Australian Camera issue #423 can be picked up from your nearest newsagent, or you can subscribe to have it delivered to your door. You can even opt for a digital edition if you prefer to read on your PC, tablet or mobile.
Details on how you can lay your hands on this unmissable issue are below.
Inside Australian Camera magazine issue #423
Tasty! Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year winners
Most of us have taken pictures of our food at one point or another, but the images that make up the winners and finalists of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2023 awards are in a league of their own. They know just how to spice it up. Take a look at a collection of these images to get inspired – whether as your next photography project or just to whip up a storm in the kitchen.
K3 III: Why a Pentax reflex camera still rocks
Pentax remains the last refuge of the DSLR and parent company Ricoh is committed to carry on the tradition. Australian Camera puts the K3 III to the test to see how this APS-C format DSLR holds up against the mirrorless competition.
Premium economy: Canon's EOS R50 and R8 are taking off!
Are entry-level cameras what consumers are asking for? Canon seems to think so and Australian Camera has put the latest APS-C option and the full-framer through the wringer to find out whether they're worth considering in terms of performance. They are, after all, quite affordable already.
Zoom M3 MicTrak: Pro quality video sound made easy
Content creation isn't all about pictures, you need good quality sound too. Zoom has been making mics for a while and knows a thing or two about how important it is to a videographer's setup. So, does its M3 MicTrak stack up? Find out in the latest issue of Australian Camera magazine.
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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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