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Melbourne | PMA Australia

by Henry on June 11, 2010 · 3 comments

in Events, Photos

PMA Australia 2010 at Melbourne. This was my third trip to Melbourne and I must say, it was COLD over there. Am glad to be back in Perth.

Kindly enjoy the photos. :)

Creamy Custard Cookie from a pastry shop in China Town

Melbourne night life

Flinders Station

Melbourne China Town

Delicious egg tarts from this pastry shop, at China Town

Jesus preacher/singer

PMA Australia (Digital Life Expo) – Nikon stand

There were plenty of Nikon gear for testing. Wide, tele, long range, all covered.

Nikon long range lens – 400mm

A Nikonian (is this a word?) testing Nikon’s latest high-end DSLR – D3s

Canon stand in the background. Small in comparison to Nikon.

Pretty cool innovation – the Samsung 2View digicam

Samsung human dancers

Samsung robo dancers. I want one!

Samsung NX10 – lightweight & small DSLR

Win an iPad for wearing our shirt

Even Apple was on deck to demo Aperture


Met a few new friends over in Melbourne. Great people, gotta visit Melbourne again (in the near future).

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Lynne April 22, 2011 at 8:35 AM

Hi. Really nice shots. Can I ask which camera you used for the most of them. I came across your page whist looking for my first DSLR and I wondered which one you would recommend? Something that will take decent macro, night lighting, and large landscape without too much lens interchanging, and an easy manual focus.
Thanks. Keep up the good work :)


Henry April 22, 2011 at 11:57 PM

Hi Lynne,

I used the Canon 1D Mark IV for the photos in this post and with probably 135mm, 16-35mm and 50mm lenses.

I recommend either a Canon or Nikon for your DSLR. Both can do no wrong (leaders in DSLR). You will want a macro lens (i.e. Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS), and a wide angle lens for your night and landscape photography.

Also, what is your skill level?

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to write to me! :)


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