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As I was formerly a shop assistant in Camera Electronic, you might think it would be the last place that I'd ever go after retirement. Not a bit of it - I'm in there every blessed week, and for good reasons: a. I get to see what the latest real goods really look like - as opposed to just cruising the internet for the kickstarter images. If I am going to be taken in by shallow appearances and foolish desires, I want to do it for myself. b. I get to see what the local professional trade is using. Of course I secretly know that most of the pros have a gadget bag filled with things that they have made themselves out of matt board and gaffer tape...

If " Missing Link " sounds a little dramatic, consider the way that your work colleagues show you the pictures of the weddings, sports carnivals, and car shows that they attend. They pull out a $ 1000 device with a sctratched or broken glass screen on the front and a little symbol of half a battery flashing on and off. They frantically tap away at it and then swipe their fingers left, right, up, and down trying to make a 3 1/2 inch by 5 inch picture appear. Like as not, if it actually is found, it will have enough Instagram filters on it to look like an 1880 cabinet card, but you may not be able to see this before the little battery symbol winks out and the screen goes black. Then you can watch your colleague sitting in their car for half an hour until the phone charges up again. In the meantime, you can look at an album of prints...

A spring day out is an occsion to be treasured. A spring day out at Government House seeing how the ruling class lives even more so. And an opportunity to review the troops should never be missed.Thus the pictures you see on this morning's blog. Perth on a sunny day can be brutal as far as contrast in lighting goes but the readers of this column are old hands at modifying this with fill-flash or seeking shady spots to shoot. In some cases the strong shade and light is exactly right for a shot evoking the era - witness our cigarette card of the Pensioner Guard . If you had gone to the open day as I did you could collect the entire series without risking your health...

Fujifilm X-series cameras are some of the best choices for amateur and professional photographers and right now getting the goods has never been cheaper.On Day 10 of the 12 Days For Christmas Camera Electronic will be reducing the prices of the camera bodies and of the lenses that go with them - and would also like to remind the customers that Fujifilm themselves have a large number of cash-back offers for that same gear.This means you score a lower price here in the shop today and Fujifilm further reduce your costs when your cash-back payment hits your bank account. The lenses can be very economical indeed!I know - I've taken advantage of the Fujifilm cash-back offers in the past and They are smartly and efficiently done.Now the figures:Basically, you can trim 20% off the price of the X30, X100T, X-E2, X-T10, and X-T1 bodies - then score cash-back from Fujifilm on top of this.X-T1 body/black: You pay $ 1039 and Fujifilm has a cashback of $ 100 on top of this.X-T1 body/black + 18-135mm lens: You pay $ 1758 and...

Canon have a unique sort of marketing deal around this time of year - they do double cash-backs. When you purchase a product over a certain price you get a stated amount of cash back from them.  If you purchase another Canon product at the same time, you end up getting a double cash back. Our chaps at the sales conter will let you know the exact details but have a look at some of the special prices that Camera Electronic are doing for the 8th Day of Christmas Specials and look at what can be coming back to you:Canon EOS 5D MkIII, 5Ds, and 5DsR bodies with an 11-24mm f:4L USM wide angle zoom lens - the Landscape Bundlew/5DMkIII - RRP $ 8898  Special price $ 6499  After $ 500 Double Cashback $ 5999w/s5Ds - RRP $ 10198  Special price $ 7999  After $ 500 Double Cashback $ 7499w/5DsR - RRP $ 10598  Special price $ 8299  After $ 500 Double Csahback $ 7899Canon EOS 5dMkIII, 5Ds, and 5DsR bodies plus a 50mm f:1.4 lens - The Nifty Fifty...

This year Sony has leapt ahead with new equipment and now is the time to benefit from this and the Christmas crush to get a substantial cash back return. Here is the layout of the offer for today only:A. Sony a7MkII plus a 24-70 lens has an RRP of 3798. Today the price is $ 2777 and you get a $ 200 Visa redemption.If you're feeling flush you could add a 16-35 lens or a 70-200 lens for $ 1599 and get an additional $ 400 Visa redemption as well.B. Try a Sony RX 100 Mk IV compact zoom camera with an RRP of $ 1399 for only $ 1239...

Well, the 12 days of Christmas are swinging along pretty well. On Wednesday the 16th of December the Panasonic micro 4/3 fans get their chance to touch the money.There are a number of items on offer well under their normal price and in some cases they are also bolstered by $ 150 cash back offers from Panasonic themselves. This makes them very good purchases indeed. Look at these:DMC-GX8 camera body for $ 949...