Over the years, Instagram has become way more than a photo-sharing app. In fact, it sometimes feels that it’s become everything but. To support this claim, Instagram has just made product tagging available for everyone. That’s right, other than people, you can now also tag products in your posts. It will make your posts look as if they were sponsored, yet you won’t get paid or get a commission for it.
Instagram has just announced a new tagging option that will make anyone feel like an influencer promoting a product. From now on, you can tag products in your photos just like you tag your friends.
The feature has existed before, but it was only available to business and creator accounts. But over the next few months, everyone will be able to use it and turn Instagram into even more of an online store it already is.
Amazon has kicked off its Prime Day deals on time this year and as usual, there are quite a lot of them. Despite the name, the event goes on for two days and we’ll be listing the best deals we find here.
Not all of these deals have gone live just yet (it’s still early), and some will disappear as they sell out. We’ll keep updating the list as we find more, so keep checking back regularly. Have you spotted any we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments!
With everything that’s been happening this year, the fate of Prime Day 2020 was unknown until very recently when Amazon announced that Prime Day (which is actually two days, or sometimes a whole week depending on the seller) was going to begin… well, today. Now.
Here are some of the best deals we’ve found so far. We’ll keep updating this list as we spot more, so keep checking back. Let us know if you see any you think we’re missing that we should include!
Canon Australia has recently announced that it’s closing its online store at the end of this month. In other words, you won’t be able to order gear directly from Canon on the entire continent. It sounds like a pretty radical decision, doesn’t it? But according to the company, it’s all in order to help boost sales of local retailers.
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.
It’s Amazon Prime day again, although I’m not sure the name’s entirely accurate now as it seems to be lasting for two days. But we’re going to be keeping our eyes out for deals on Amazon Prime today and tomorrow for photographers and filmmakers. So, keep checking back, as this list will grow throughout the event.
Maybe you’ll see something you’ve been after for a while at a bargain price, or perhaps something you hadn’t considered will catch your eye! And if you’re not a Prime member, don’t forget that B&H is running some sales right now, too.
Ahead of the Amazon Prime Day sales, B&H is offering some big savings on select Sony, Nikon, Canon and Panasonic cameras and lenses, with instant discounts of up to $1,000. We’ve had a look through their current specials to find the best deals with the biggest savings for photographers and filmmakers.
A few months ago when it was announced that B&H (and other online retailers) had to start collecting sales tax for a whole bunch of states, a lot of people weren’t very happy. Of course, it’s not B&H’s fault, however, they decided to do something about it anyway.
Today they’ve just announced a new “B&H Payboo Card“. They’re calling it a “game-changing” credit card, and it’s their solution to sales tax by giving it back to you.
As a result of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., photo & video retail giant B&H is now collecting sales tax in 22 states across America. Until this year, B&H only collected sales tax in New York and New Jersey, the only two states where B&H had a physical presence.
If you live in Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington (state) or Wisconsin, your prices are going up if you order from B&H.