Every year, the team at Australian Camera magazine handpicks the best photography gear available Down Under, sponsored by Camera House. And the results are out – issue #424 is the special 2024 Camera Magazine Imaging Awards edition and you wouldn't want to miss out on it!
Not only does it list all the 2024 Camera Magazine Imaging Awards winners, there's some excellent reviews of some of the latest cameras and lenses to check out as well. Plus, plenty of inspiration for you to pick up your own camera and get clicking. If you haven't got one or are looking for an upgrade, you can always take a look at our Imaging Awards winners and grab a bargain when the Black Friday camera deals begin in November.
In the meantime, there's plenty to uncover in the latest issue of Australian Camera magazine, so get your copy now!
A physical print edition of Australian Camera issue #424 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.
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Inside Australian Camera magazine issue #424
You beauties! 2024 Camera Magazine Imaging Awards
Despite taking some hits over the last few years, the camera industry looks to be in recovery if this year's crop of new products is anything to go by. And it's encouraging to see some affordable, entry-level snappers on offer now. This year, we also had to add in a new category for Photo Monitor. So if you're after some new gear for the new year, then take a look at our winners – one or more of them could be part of your next camera bag or professional workflow.
Is the Z 8 Nikon's best camera yet?
Australian Camera magazine's editor Paul Burrows put it on trial to find out. Pick up a copy of the magazine to find out how it performed in our tests.
Also in this issue...
More reviews, features and news – the Fujifilm X-S20 and the Leica Q3 go through rigorous testing, as does the Samyang AD 35-150mm lens. We go down memory lane and put the spotlight on a camera icon – the Pentax Spotmatic – and we also showcase some of the Australian and New Zealand winners of the Sony Alpha Awards 2023.
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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.
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