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Sony has announced Australian availability for the new, lightweight α6400 mirrorless interchangable lens camera.
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DJI has announced the Osmo Pocket, a highly compact three-axis stabilised camera.
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Fujifilm’s Cashback promotion is back, offering photographers up to $1,000 cash back when purchasing select Fujifilm products.
Fujifilm has announced the launch of a medium format mirrorless digital camera, the Fujifilm GFX 50R, which features the Fujifilm G Format image sensor.
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