If you’ve been thinking about switching to mirrorless, switching to Nikon, or both – now may be the right time. There is a bunch of deals on Nikon Z models, including Z 5, Z 6, Z 7, and even the newer Z 7 II. You can have a discount on body only or a kit containing a lens, a bag, a memory card, and other accessories. And, you can save up to $800 depending on which camera and kit you choose.
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.
It looks like B&H has some substantial discounts on the Sony A6500 and its various kit combos today for “Green Monday”, with most reductions sitting around $400 and the highest being a whopping $600. The sale includes body-only and kits including various combos of 16-50mm, 16-70mm, 18-105mm, 18-135mm, and/or 55-210mm lenses.
It might be a little bit early to start thinking about stocking stuffers for the photographer in your life, or perhaps to even treat yourself. But while everybody’s in a buying mood, it’s worth thinking about doing now so you’re not driving around on Christmas Eve looking for somewhere open that still has something worth getting.
So, here are some of the low budget items that we use all the time for our photography, either for DIYP coverage or for our personal work. It is by no means an exhaustive list of the inexpensive products we use, but these have been the most valuable to us. So, get them for yourself while you’re in a buying mood, or start buying your photographer friends their little Christmas gifts now!
If you’re looking for a new speedlight, modifier, a transmitter, or even studio accessories – now’s the perfect time to visit B&H. There are plenty of items on a discount, especially Godox flashes, and some of these deals could save you over $100. If you order a few items… well, it adds up! I guess Black Friday came early at B&H, so check out the offer and see if there’s something for you.
Amazon offered some pretty nifty deals on Prime Day earlier this week. But thanks to several pricing mistakes, some users were able to score deals one can only dream of. There were a few cameras, lenses and kits were sold for around $100, some retailing at a regular price of whopping $12,000!
If there’s one certainty about Amazon’s Prime Day… uhh, Days? It’s that it’s pretty hectic. Everybody’s rushing to pick up the deals before they rush out, and staffers are trying to get listings up as quickly as possible. It seems that somebody was a little too eager to get a listing live without properly checking it, though.
According to Fuji Rumors, a member of the Fujifilm X100 Facebook group managed to pick up a Fujifilm X100F for $102. And it was sold and shipped by Amazon themselves. The regular price is $1,299, making for a pretty massive 92% discount, and according to the group member, the order is marked as “On the way” and is currently in the hands of UPS.
Black Friday might be a week away, but that hasn’t stopped retailers from getting in on the action. Already, manufacturers have started dropping prices and offering one-off deals on cameras, lenses and accessories.
To save you time, we’ve created a list of the best deals out there. This list will be continually updated now through Cyber Monday, as new deals are being announced every day, so be sure to check back in and see what’s new as we get closer to the actual retail holiday.[Read More…]
Everyone likes free stuff and it’s an especially sweet deal when we’re getting free editing software. The nice people over at DxO are giving away all kinds of it until February 28th. Included in the freebie deal are their popular OpticsPro 8 and their ViewPoint 1 software.[Read More…]
If you haven’t heard by now, this month might be a good time to grab a new lens for your gear. Two giants in DSLR manufacturing have rebates in place for select lenses until the end of this month.