Way back in 2009, mycamera opened its physical doors with one goal in mind: bringing the latest and greatest in cameras and photography equipment to the photographic community. We set up shop on Roeland Street, in the heart of Cape Town’s ‘camera corridor’, and our dedication soon made us the first port of call for equipment and advice.
However, the changing nature of the internet and ecommerce soon meant that people’s shopping habits would change with them. Online stores are open round the clock, have a great deal more stock, and - best of all - you can shop in your PJs without fear of judgement.
The decision to take our business completely online was a no-brainer.
mycamera, one of South Africa’s best photography equipment suppliers have announced their new strategy for the store.
The ever-changing company, have made the decision to go back to thier roots and become an online only ecommerce store.
January heralded Cape Town’s honour of being the World Design Capital for 2014. Since then we’ve seen a plethora of displays, exhibits and community projects showcasing our country’s wealth of talent in various artistic fields.
While most locals and tourists in South Africa might be satisfied with merely watching the scenery, you could visit a good camera store to consider a more ambitious and creative activity of your own.
Don’t know where to get the right equipment? That’s no problem. Allow mycamera to help you become your family’s memory-keeper, and cultivate your photography skills by capturing the many wonders of the city.
mycamera and GoPro Go Big is a GoPro get together with some of the industries pros who know all the ins and outs about the GoPro cameras and accessories. The idea is to really help every-one get the most out of the product.
Come in and see what you can do with your GoPro and accessories. From basic settings, which accessories suite your needs, to post production and advanced settings.
The VHS to Digital Conversion leaping forward with technology.
I am sure most us still have the inevitable VHS videos lying around at home. It could be an old recording, or some home movies shot on an old camera.The trouble is now you will battle to find any available equipment to play or convert these. So what do you do? Some of those tapes are really special, once in a lifetime memories, precious moments captured long ago. You can’t get rid of them, you can’t play them. So what happens to most of these?
I personally have boxes of tapes stored at home, and since these are important you just end up hanging on to them. But actually you are getting nothing out of it considering there is no VHS player available anywhere and even if you did find one it most likely wouldn’t even be able to plug it in to your current TV. Talk about a catch twenty two…
The Fujifilm X-E2 is a new compact system camera that offers a number of significant improvements on its predecessor, the X-E1.
At the heart of the X-E2 is a new 16.3 megapixel APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor, which has a colour filter array that mimics film grain and no optical low-pass filter for higher resolution images, and a Lens Modulation Optimiser which automatically corrects diffraction blur.
When it comes to all-purpose printing, our OCE Arizona 350GT flatbed machine is the ultimate power tool. This product combines exceptional image quality, efficient turnover and versatile functionality. Yep, it can copy your pictures onto just about anything.
The mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera (MILC) combines the best of both worlds, by melding the qualities of a compact device with the functionality of a digital SLR. These handy hybrids were introduced six years ago and have already become crucial players in the photography game.
GoPRO unveils the Hero 3+ in a rather successful attempt to fix the nagging little issues that held last year’s Hero 3 back from attaining legendary status. What might, at first, appear to be a fairly basic upgrade has some far reaching consequences once you start using the little unit.