There is now a $70 savings on the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 DX as well as $50 off the Rokinon 35mm f/1.4 Manual Focus lens! In addition to all of that, the Asus 16gb Nexus 7 Tablet is shipping, the Zoom H6 Recorder is now in stock and the Ricoh GR Digital Camera is going to be in stock beginning on August 1st! Check out more of these great deals by following the links below!
There are some really great deals going on today including an awesome 2 Pack deal of Sandisk 16gb memory cards for less that $50, the new arrival of the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX100 II, $200 off the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 Mirrorless Camera and Olympus E-P5 kits are all now in stock! Take a look at the links below and check out more info on these great deals!
Ready to stand out in a crowd of photographers? Today the site Lomography.com announced the Kickstarter project for the Petzval lens. As they say on their website, “Invented in 1840, Reloaded In 2013 By Lomography & Zenit.” This lens will surely look nothing like any lens in your bag today as they are crafted from brass just like the original Petzval lens was back in the 19th century. Looks aside though what is it that has photographers clamoring over the Kickstarter project? [more]
Just a quick note that we’ve noticed you can grab a refurbished Nikon D600 for a little over $400 off the new price at B&H. This is Nikon factory refurbished to original like-new specs, and likely were used as a quick loaner or as a review copy. That said, I’m willing to bet they’re in great shape. Get one for $1584, which is a slick deal for a full frame sensor.
Manfrotto is offering its 190 More 3-Section Tripod for almost a third off! In addition to this, you can save a whopping $280 on the Canon EOS M Mirrorless camera with an 18-55mm lens! Also, Olympus’s New E-P5 PEN Mirrorless camera is now in stock in white! Check out more about these deals in the links below!
Canon is now offering a $400 dollar mail in rebate on the 5DmkIII and 6D! This includes a lens (6D only), an inkjet printer, paper and a 64GB sandisk memory card! How cool is that? If you were looking for a printer to go along with the awesome new DSLR you were thinking of buying, this is definitely the deal for you! See more info on these deals in the links below!
If you’ve been on the fence regarding the EOS M, now might be the time to jump off. Canon has discounted the bejeezus out of it, dropping the price by 50%. Since Canon has recently updated the firmware to help with the slow auto focus, this camera is even more of a bargain today. You might not want to think about this one too long, as B&H is surely to run out of stock any time now. EOS M is $299 [more]
Nikon has released a group of new rebates that take effect when you combine cameras with lenses or speed lights. Cameras include the full range of Nikon SLRs, like the D7100, D600, D800 and even the D4. [more]
Canon hasn’t had any rebates on camera bodies lately, so I’m pretty pleased to find that there are a batch of rebates incoming for the 5D MKIII, 6D and 7D. Though the 7D is probably on its way out soon, deals on the 6D and the 5D MKIII are always welcome. The 5D and 7D are now $200 off, while the 6D got a slim, but still appreciated, $100 off. [more]
There haven’t been too many raging deals lately, but if you’re in the market for a new micro four thirds camera, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 has dropped to basically ludicrously low pricing. I’m not even entirely sure how Panasonic is making a profit at this price point. Just a few weeks ago it was listed for $300, but now it’s down to $239. It’s not that the camera is bad either, as reviews have been pretty positive. At this price though, it’s not much of a risk. [more]
A couple months ago, I made a post explaining the uses of the Canon Professional Services that is available to all Canon photographers using more than a couple pieces of professional equipment. The post got some backlash from some non-Canon users, exclaiming that their service was nothing special. Well, I’m back again, to drop the bomb on what makes it a class above the rest. [more]
When Google purchased Nik software in September, photographers were left wondering how the tech giant would assimilate Nik into its fold. It was clear that the company was lured by Nik’s mobile editing software Snapseed. Yesterday, Google, which had been mute on the subject since the purchase, unrolled a retooled suite of Nik software tools at a heavily discounted rate — $149 as compared to $499. [more]
Even before the cameras ship, Best Buy looks like they’re discounting the D7100 DSLR and Coolpix A models, the latter of which has been the center of recent criticism for its high price in addition to that of compatible accessories. Save $200 on the Coolpix A and $100 on the D7100, officially beginning Thursday. [more]