Introducing the Spider Camera Holster system. This is the latest innovation as far as quick-draw camera supports go. Known for being able to hold big loads and giving you quick access to your camera when you need it most. Check out the video below for more information.Only $185 for the holster, plate and belt combo and in store now at Camera Electronic....

Camera Electronic is proud to be sponsoring the Have A Go Day at Burswood Park on Wednesday 3rd November between 8:30am and 3pm. On the day we'll have a mini studio lighting setup showing you how easy it really is to do your own superb lighting at home and an Epson Photo printer to show you how easy it is to print the fantastic photos you've just captured. For more info on Have A Go Day head to http://www.srcwa.asn.au/Programs/Have%20A%20Go%20Day.htm...

Not long ago we held a workshop for our Nikon customers featuring AIPP Wedding Photographer of the Year Rocko Ancora and AIPP Victorian Portrait Photographer of the Year Vicki Bell at the Perth Convention Cenntre. We brought a bunch of Nikon Camera's and Pro Lenses with us along with some great tips and tricks from Rocko and Vicki.Heres some shots from the day from one of our customers Tony Wall.Enjoy! For more info on upcoming events/workshops stay tuned or check out www.cameraelectronic.com.auor add us to Facebook for even more news....

A big congratulations to the winners of this years WAPPA Awards,Steve Wise - WA AIPP Professional Photographer of the YearMichelle Kiddie - WA AIPP Lauren Fitzsimmons Student Photographer of the YearKate Brockhurst - WA AIPP Emerging Photographer of the YearSamantha Lishman - WA AIPP Portrait (Family) Photographer of the YearSteve Wise - WA AIPP Wedding Photographer of the YearAnna Bombardieri - WA AIPP Landscape Photographer of the YearTina Urie - WA AIPP Portrait (Open) Photographer of the YearKelly Feil - WA AIPP Illustrative Photographer of the YearJames Simmons - WA AIPP Overall Best PrintAlso a big congratulations to all who came runner up in the catergorys and all who entered. The level of work this year was outstanding. Also a big thanks to Epson and all the other sponsors on the day.Check out some images from the day and video's of the judges comments in the link below.http://wa.aipp.com.au/aipphome.php?cat=Awards...

Are you sick of having to use your speedlites on location and cant just get the lighting your after? or are you looking for a portable lighting system that wont take an army to lug around with you on location shoots..? Elinchroms answer to this is the Quadra system. Elinchrom offers 2 different kinds of heads available for the Quadra (A&S) both with there advantages. The A head, which is their speed head. Gives you the ability to shoot at a super short flash duration of 1/6000s when plugged into the fast B channel. The S is there more standard head with a longer flash duration and is slightly cheaper. It features a 400ws system if you're running 1 head at full power or it can be distributed over 2 heads giving 66/33% giving you 266w and 133w.This is perfect for having a balanced key and fill light. With a build in Skyport radio receiver and an included transmitter with the To go kit all you need is a camera and a subject and you're ready to go.  The heads...

Do you ever find yourself needing the use of a tripod or monopod when you just cant hold your camera as steady as you'd like it?, or get that low light shot as sharp as you'd like it? or are you the kind of person thats conscious of space & weight? This could just be the answer to your prayers...

Not long ago Canon announced a few new cameras for their compact range, two being the Powershot S95 and the Ixus 1000HS. These cameras are aimed at two different markets - if you are an everyday happy snapper who likes pointing and shooting the 1000hs is made for you. On the other hand if you're someone who likes more control and better results then the Powershot range is the one your eyes should be on.Anyone who loves their cameras, be it big DSLR's, Mirror-less Micro 4/3's or Compact's will have heard about Canon's Powershot S90. It really was a giant leap forward as far as compact cameras go… 10mega pixel sensor with amazing low light capabilities, full manual control with RAW Shooting and a very friendly rotating front ring. I don't think I need to go on for you to know it was a lovely camera...