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Following the announcement of its first full-frame mirrorless cameras last week, Nikon is set to produce Nikon-branded XQD memory cards for the first time.

DJI's newest drones are finally here, offering a big sensor or zoom, 4K, better stabilisation, quieter flying and a host of other features.

With two new cameras, three new 'S' lenses, and more on the way, this is the biggest Nikon announcement in decades.

The new high-end compact features a 17MP four thirds sensor, a 24-75mm equivalent lens, 4K and touchscreen.

Leica's new stealthy M10-P is 'exceptionally discreet' and available this month.

3 Legged Thing's new cheaper tripod will also be distributed by Sydney's Blonde Robot.

Yunnec's new Mantis Q drone offers voice control, 4K video and is super compact.

Tamron's new full frame 17-35mm will set you back just $999.

The new zoom gets Canon's fast DIGIC 8 image processor.

Sony’s full-frame mirrorless A7III has landed in Australia with quite a stir. Mike O’Connor takes a look to see if it really is the most fully-realised mirrorless camera yet.

Fujifilm's widest X-series lens is on the way.

Fujifilm's new fast telephoto features a striking 'matte silver' body and green lens hood, along with IS and an included teleconverter.

Fuji's new 24MP compact has a fast wide lens and easy social sharing features.

First introduced in 2011 and spanning 11 different mirrorless cameras, the Nikon 1 series has been officially discontinued.

BenQ's new $699 monitor covers 99% of the Adobe RGB colour space and can be transported for use in the field.