Introducing the brand new Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III, the latest in Olympus' lineup of E-M5 cameras. Offering a great all round package, this camera is perfect for anyone wanting to shoot almost anything; from landscape, portrait or street photography through to video and vlogging, this camera has a lot to offer.


The a7RIV is the newly redesigned 2019 premium 35mm mirrorless body, specialised towards stills image capture, with a world leading 61MP full-frame back-illuminated CMOS sensor. At this resolution it competes with medium format camera resolution, with several added benefits. Benefits over medium format systems include the price, AF tracking, familiar handling and the overall compact size and weight of the system. It is also capable of 4K video recording, although there are better movie-specific Sony systems available to choose from if you are predominantly a Vlogger or cinematographer. Read more to see how this new version excels for stills photography.


The new Nikon Z50
Nikon have announced the brand new Z50, Nikon's first DX format mirrorless camera. We had the chance to go hands on with the camera at a special event put on by Nikon and see how it feels.


In some very exciting news, Sony has just announced the new a9 II, the followup to the already impressive Sony a9. Built around speed and workflow, this is very much aimed at professional sports photographers and photojournalists.


Welcome back to Throwback Thursday where we take a closer look at some of the more interesting items in our ever-growing Park Cameras Used Department. This week, we're taking a look at macro photography and what a micro four-thirds system offers for this specific genre of photography.


Canon have unveiled two new RF lenses for the EOS R and RP cameras offering two pro zoom lenses that provide excellent options for photographers and videographers alike.

Introducing the brand new Canon M6 II, a new mirrorless camera and the successor to the super popular Canon M6. With a newly developed sensor in a small, lightweight body, this is a great travel system or everyday camera.

Introducing the new Canon 90D, a brand new DSLR from Canon and the successor to the popular Canon 80D. With a newly developed sensor and impressive video specs, this is a perfect camera for anyone looking to take things up a level.


Introducing the brand new Panasonic Lumix S1H, the latest entry into Panasonic’s S Series of Cameras alongside the S1 and the S1R released earlier this year. The new S1H is focused heavily on video and has some extremely impressive specs and functions that professional videographers and filmmakers are going to be extremely excited about.

Panasonic Lumix have announced a brand new lens for their L-Mount S series of cameras; the new Panasonic Lumix 24-70mm f2.8 S Pro Lens and it’s going to come as welcome news to anyone who owns one of these cameras or anyone who has been holding off.


Introducing the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, a brand new handheld digital film camera. With a larger super 35 sensor and EF lens mount, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K lets you create cinematic images and with all that extra resolution, you’ve got more options for re-framing while editing.


Welcome to Throwback Thursday where each week, we take a look at some of the older, different and more interesting items in our used department and what you can do with them.

This week, we've set ourselves a challenge; What kind of camera and lens setup can we create with a £500 budget and how much change will we have left over?


Introducing the brand new Sony RX100 VII, a new entry into the lineup of Sony RX100 compact cameras. We've been shooting with it for a few days and this little camera has a lot to offer. From A9 style speed and autofocus performance in a pocket sized camera, through to incredible advances in video capabilities, there's a lot to look at.


Introducing the new Sony A7R IV, a brand new mirrorless camera from Sony with a whopping 61MP. This camera is able to produce stunning images with an incredible level of detail allowing you to crop right in, recompose shots in post and retain the detail. It’s no slouch when it comes to speed, video or autofocus either as we found out when we had the chance to shoot with it at the launch event in Dublin.


Welcome back to Tutorial Tuesday where every week, we bring you a brand new photography tutorial. This week we're talking about how to remove anything from a photograph using photoshop.