See how pricing differs across Amazon Australia and leading retailers for Digital SLR cameras.
While mobile phone cameras have improved markedly in recent years, they can’t hold a candle to the photographic possibilities of a proper DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera. In the high-end photography space, there are numerous brands and approaches, from DSLRs for novices up to seriously high-end photography gear, and that’s not even getting started on the huge variety of custom lenses you can drop onto your DSLR to achieve different visual results.
There's a huge market of cameras and lens systems to compare, but to get you started we've analysed the products available on Amazon Australia and leading Australian retailers, so you can see the difference in pricing and make an informed decision.
Prices were last checked between 20 Dec 2017 and 22 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts but exclude potential shipping charges.
Canon EOS 80D (Body Only)
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II with 14-42mm lens kit
Canon EOS 200D with 18-55mm lens kit
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