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Wave emotion: Australian Camera July/August 2021 issue available now!

Australian Camera July/August 2021 issue cover
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With so many of us back under lockdown across the country, there's no better time to pick up the latest issue of Australian Camera magazine as there's a lot to unpack there – from award-winning surf and food photography to award-winning gear from the last year.

And you don't even need to break any lockdown laws to lay your hands on a copy of the magazine. Digital editions are available online – find out how you can get one below.

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INSIDE THE JULY/AUGUST 2021 ISSUE

TIPA World Awards 2021: the hottest gear of the year
Despite 2020 being an unusual year, it didn't stop the camera and lens manufacturers from making some of the best photography gear we've seen. And 27 opinionated magazine editors have agreed on which of them are the best of the best from the last 12 months.

Wave emotion: Nikon Surf Photo of the Year Awards 2021
We're lucky here in Australia to live on an island surrounded by some of the best surf in the world. And every year Nikon celebrates that with the Surf Photography and Video Awards. The latest issue of Australian Camera has the winning images.

Feeling hungry? Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year winners
It's not just about the hottest gear of the year or the best surf photography from around the world – we've got some unctuous food photographs in this issue of Australian Camera as well. Take a gander at the mouth-watering Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2021 award-winning images.  

Small to medium: Fujifilm's X-E4 and GFX 100S on test
Fujifilm continues its innovative streak with two very different types of cameras – a retro rangefinder-like beauty to the smallest and cheapest medium format snapper. And we've tested them both.

The story of Edwin Land: the genius behind Polaroid
Instant cameras have made a comeback in the last few years, mostly thanks to Fujifilm. But it was Polariod that started it all way back when... and we introduce you to the man behind that brand.

Plus lots more
Canon reveals some EOS R3 secrets, while Panasonic confirms the arrival of the Lumix GH6 and Pentax keeps the DSLR alive. Catch up on all the news, views and latest gossip from the world of photography. 

Subscribe to the print edition

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.

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Get the digital edition today

Australian Camera's print edition is available at all good newsagents Australia-wide, but for the ultimate in convenience, it's also available for immediate download in digital format from Zinio, 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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