SanDisk Extreme Pro SD UHS-II Card USB-C Reader

So Apple announced the all new MacBook Pro the other week and one of the many things that Apple choose to get rid off that might actually have been useful to many photographers and a feature that I truly loved on my 13inch MacBook Air was the SDXC card slot. It meant that I didn’t have to worry about bringing my card reader a long when I was on the road and I wasn’t paranoid about accidentally yanking the card reader out by accident mid transfer.

So if you have bought or are looking at buying a new 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and need to use an SD Card Reader don’t stress to much about it because SandDisk has you covered with the all new SanDisk Extreme Pro SD UHS-II Card USB-C Reader (Yes the name is a mouth full) It simply just plugs in to one of the MacBook Pros USB-C (Thunderbolt 3) ports.

The reader supports the latest SanDisk Extreme Pro SD UHS-II Cards which support super fast transfer speeds of up to 312Mpps and is compatible with with older UHS-I and non-UHS SD cards that are currently on the market.

The reader will be available to purchase in about 3-4 weeks time and it will set you back $62.95 AU from the Apple store.

Buy from Apple Australia 

Perth Photo Walk With Olympus & Camera Electronic

Perth Photo Walk With Olympus & Camera Electronic

Olympus and Camera Electronic are holding the very first photo walk for 2016 at the beautiful Kings Park, will be meeting a the Botanical Café and heading off from there as we explore the beautiful surroundings and enjoy the views of the Perth skyline.

I will be at the photo walk so please come down and say hello everybody is welcome so bring your favourite camera gear the event is totally free but you must register so we can keep track on numbers.

If you have further enquiries call 1300 790 230 or email  To register head over to Camera Electronics and fill out the form to register for the event.

Hope to see you guys down there.

Ciao Carlos

Moving From DX to FX With Nikon Trainer Ben Halcomb

Camera Electronic will be hosting a Nikon event on Wednesday 9th December at their store which located at 230 Stirling Street Perth WA 6000. The event will start at 11am and finish at 1pm followed by a photowalk in the streets of Northbridge from 1pm to 3pm.

Nikon trainer Ben Halcomb will be there to explain the difference between Nikon’s DX format (APS-C) compared to Nikon’s FX (Full Frame). 

So make sure you head over to the Camera Electronic website to book your place for this fantastic free event! 

Nikon 1 AW 1 Workshop with Stan Davies in Margaret River

Nikon 1 AW 1 Workshop with Stan Davies in Margaret River

Camera Electronic will be hosting a 2 day workshop down beautiful Margaret River  with Stan Davies to show case the very cool and nifty Nikon 1 AW1. 

This will be the perfect environment to test the Nikon 1 AW1, so pack your bathers, sun screen and bring your camera gear for what will be a jammed pack 2 days of fun in the sun. If you would like to attend make sure you register on the website

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