Here’s a quick deal alert for all you Nikon shooters, or those who want to become one. Nikon D850 is now the cheapest it has ever been: the camera body, along with a bag and a 64GB memory card is on a discount, priced at $2,496.95.
If you are a long time reader of the blog, you know that we are very interested in power solutions. This is why I wanted to share this IndiPRO deal with you. It has the Universal Power Grip (video review above), a half-cage and a DTAP charger. I think it is well worth the $475.00 list price, but at $249.95 it’s an absolute steal.
If you’ve been following the blog, you know we are big fans of the Litra Torch, so we are happy to share that you can now get it for almost 50% off.
If you are unfamiliar with the light, it’s a tiny light (think GoPro session size), which has a very long throw and an incredibly bright beam. You can think about it as a mini flashlight. The cool thing though, is that it is daylight balanced and has a CRI of 90 (not as good as the “standard 95, but good enough for most still and video uses). You can check a short review we did at the bottom of the post.
This light usually sells for $89.95, but right now, B&H is selling it for $49.95; this is almost a two for one deal.
The only caveat is that this is not the “standard” version, but a drone version, so the magnet on the back of the light has been removed, so to not interfere with the GPS. It is still a great bargain if you are looking for this type of action light.
Although DJI might be pushing the new Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom drones, the original DJI Mavic Pro is still a very competent drone, and still very popular. Many have stuck with the Mavic Pro despite the newer releases, and many are still looking to buy one, hoping to catch those deals.
Well, here’s a deal for you. B&H has the DJI Mavic Pro Fly More Combo on sale today for only $869. That’s $430 off the regular $1,299 price.
If you are looking to make your first steps in the “big strobes” world, this is a deal you don’t want to miss. B&H are now selling a Bowens XMT500 2-Light Battery-Powered Flash Kit at $1,599.00 instead of the usual $3,799.oo. This is a $2,200 savings.
The kit includes 2 500WS Flash Heads, 2 Reflectors, 2 Batteries, 2 Light Stands and a charger and a backpack. Really everything you need to start.
If you opt for AC instead of a battery, you’d pay $1,199.88 and also get an umbrella, a softbox, and a radio controller.
If you’ve done any sort of serious client work you know that a calibrated monitor is a must. If you’ve been using an old calibration tool, this is your chance to upgrade to a new state of the art calibration tool.
Datacolor is offering an upgrade program where they upgrade your kit from any existing calibration hardware to their Spyder5ELITE+ for $139 (US) or €139 (Europe) instead of the usual $308 that the bundle will cost you. Click here (or here for Europe) to redeem your (huge) discount.
If you live in the US, and have a Sam’s club nearby, you are going to be very happy about this. Sam’s Club are selling a Member’s Mark hard case with foam for $19 in store (or $31 online, if you don’t have a store nearby).
True, it’s not the more branded Pelican 1450, then again, it’s about fifth of the cost.
If you are still not on the Adobe subscription model maybe this is the deal that will flip you. Adobe usually bundles Photoshop CC + Lightroom in what they call a “Photography Plan”. This plan usually sells for $9.99/month (or 119.88/year). Even if you are a student, the price stays the same.
Now Amazon has a deal for a yearly subscription for $94.99. This is about $25 off the usual price and I don’t think I’ve ever seen it this cheap before.
So if you are still on the fence, go and grab this deal before it is gone.
Okay, you technically can search for the price of any Amazon product, not just photo gear. So, should you feel compelled to see if you can find better price on toilet paper by having it shipped to you from a foreign country, I suppose you are free to do so, but we’re just going to stick to the fun stuff for now, you know, like cameras and lenses.
I noticed a post on Facebook recently by a UK based photographer who was able to save £75 on a Sony A6000. Had he purchased the camera from Amazon.co.uk it would have cost him £449. After he did a little investigating, he discovered he could purchase the same camera for £374 by ordering it from Amazon.de and taking advantage of Amazon’s free shipping. Depending on what product you’re looking at and where you are located in the world, you could find savings well into the hundred’s of dollars using the same method of researching all of the different Amazon sites.