Posts Tagged ‘DSLR’

It’s Photokina time again, and like normal there are the highly anticipated/rumored/leaked product releases that get confirmed or not confirmed. This year one of the big rumors has been the announcement of new mirrorless medium format systems. Hasselblad startled most several months ago when they announced their new X1D-50 Mirrorless System.. This system has a body […]


This is going to be a small series of posts,  because there is way to much to cover in just one post… Im going to preface this post with a disclaimer, I have NEVER been a massive fan of using my mobile device as a replacement for a pocket camera. I would rather actually carry […]


A serious question, and one that doesn’t really Here at http://www.southerncameras.co.nz we have a huge, and i mean HUGE catalogue of items, everything from batteries to cameras with enough megapixels to create problems for all but the gruntiest computers. But so far this year i have been surprised, our film sales, film processing and film […]


I made a monumental decision about my photography earlier in the year.  I ditched my DSLR system for a Mirrorless System Camera, specifically the Olympus OM-D E-M1 , when i told a few friends who shoot the same style of photography as me that i was going mirrorless, most of them laughed at me and told me […]


People often observe my shooting and say/ask….  You have a DSLR camera, and your always taking pics you must be good, do you do pro work.   I more often than not reply with, i do the odd bit of pro work, but im not a full on pro.  One problem i see with the […]


Olympus have been on the money with their Micro 4/3 range of cameras, the Pen series and the OM-D have all hit the spot perfectly in terms of features vs price. Unfortunately due to very aggressive marketing of the low end D-SLR cameras, one Pen model flies under the radar in terms of specs vs […]


More on Video

09Apr13

Shooting Movies with D-SLR cameras has revolutionized the film world. Cameras like Canon’s EOS 5D Mk II have made it affordable for movie makers on a less than tiny budget to get a camera that captures video in full High Defininition with variable frame rates and also the ability to change lenses for different scene […]