Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di-II VC PZD DSLR Lens Review


It may have a long name, but the PZD version of Tamron’s 18-270mm lens is a must see for any crop sensor Canon, Nikon, or Sony DSLR photographer looking for an all-round lens. Perfect for travelers, the Tamron 18-270mm will give you sharp images with a focal range that is wide with a super large [...]

Posted on October 21, 2011 Read More »

Think TANK Photo Retrospective 10 – Camera Bag Review Video


A video review of Think Tank Photo’s Retrospective 10 shoulder camera bag. Think Tank Photo is a US company that makes quality camera bags and camera gear for photographers of all levels, from the beginner to the professional.

Posted on October 20, 2011 Read More »

Joby GorillaMobile Ori for iPad2 – the perfect companion for you iPad!


Joby has named the Ori for the iPad2 after Origami, with ori meaning folding, and gami meaning paper. Well the Joby GorillaMobile Ori certainatly does fold into a number of very useul and functional positions, providing your with additional functionaility you only dreamed of for your iPad2. Now it may not be made of gami, [...]

Posted on September 22, 2011 Read More »

Lexar Echo ZX Backup Drive – is this the perfect way to protect your important files from corrupt hard drives? Video Review


A review of Lexar’s small and portable back-up drive. Coming in at the size of a finger nail (and at times, smaller), the ZX which comes in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB variants, is a perfect back-up plan to protect your data. Full review in the below video.

Posted on September 22, 2011 Read More »

Download times slashed with the Lexar Professional USB3.0 Dual Card Reader


Most photographers will know all too well of the wasted time waiting for the camera to transfer images onto the computer. Well with Lexar’s new Professional USB3.0 Dual Card Reader, those waiting times have been slashed. The card reader is capable of transferring photos at up to 500mb per second on either Mac OS X [...]

Posted on September 20, 2011 Read More »

A day in the life of….a Lexar memory card!


Have you ever wondered what it takes to make a high quality, super fast, solid state memory chip? Well even if you haven’t you should still check out this very interesting video that Lexar have put together to show you exactly how their memory cards are made. From humble beginnings in Utah, USA, the manufacturing [...]

Posted on September 19, 2011 Read More »

Crumpler 2 Million Dollar Home – Camera Bag Review

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A review video of Crumpler’s Two (2) Million Dollar Home camera bag. The second smallest of eight in the million dollar range, this crumpler bag is ideal for a 4/3 camera, larger point and shoot (ie Canon G12) or the Fuji X100. Although it could also fit a DSLR, you would have to remove the [...]

Posted on September 7, 2011 Read More »

Think Tank Photo – Cable Managment 50 Review


The Cable Management 50 from Think Tank Photo is another example of the innovation Think Tank Photo brings to the photography world. The Cable Management series is a well designed, solidly built accessories and cable storage solution, helping any photographer from an amateur to the seasoned professional to keep organised. You can check out more [...]

Posted on September 6, 2011 Read More »

NEWS – Canon drops its prices


Canon Australia has announced that it will be dropping the prices across a number of DSLR’s and compact point and shoot cameras to drive sales in the second half of 2011.If your in the market for a new camera now might be a good time to buy as there are some great buys around with [...]

Posted on September 5, 2011 Read More »

Buffalo LinkStation Pro – Video Review


  A review of the Buffalo LinkStation Pro, a multimedia shared network storage device from Japanese manufacturer Buffalo.

Posted on September 5, 2011 Read More »