Check Out These Photo and Video Deals of the Week

Check Out These Photo and Video Deals of the Week

This week is an excellent time to check out some of the most popular cameras and lenses out there. Whether you shoot Canon or Nikon, B&H has some great deals waiting.

Every week, B&H offers awesome deals on different photo and video gear. Check out this week's offers below.


  • Nikon D750: The D750 is a highly popular do-it-all camera, and this week, it's $500 off and you get almost $500 worth of free accessories!
  • Nikon D810: Another popular choice, the D810 also comes at a $500 discount with almost $500 in free accessories this week.
  • Nikon D500 with 16-80mm lens: Get $670 Nikon's flagship crop sensor camera along with $500 in free accessories. 
  • Canon 5D Mark IV: The 5D Mark IV is Canon's bread and butter full frame and is $200 off with $120 in free accessories this week.
  • Canon 80D with 18-135mm lens: This excellent camera for filmmakers is $400 off and comes with a $100 accessory pack.
  • Sony a7S II with Rode video mic: Sony's low-light monster comes in at $200 off.
  • Sony a7R II: Get $300 off this high-resolution Sony body.



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David Stephen Kalonick's picture

Don't get the 85!!! New one coming out soon!

Alex Cooke's picture

You're thinking of the rumored 85mm f/1.4 IS, which is not meant to replace the f/1.2.

David Stephen Kalonick's picture

Oh. But wouldn't 1.4 and IS fix the main flaws of the 1.2 and might be the reason Canon has modified it so? Do you know if it will be an L series lens? Pretty sure this will blow the 85 Art out of the water.

Alex Cooke's picture

My thoughts (and this is all based on speculation) are that the 85/1.4 will be as optically perfect as possible, meant to compete with the Sigma 85, while the 85/1.2 will remain the "classically rendering" portrait lens.

Joost van Baars's picture

Prices in Europe are ridiculous :(.

I've got my eye on a D750 as a replacement for my D800 & D3S as back up camera.
It's $800,- cheaper (with the batterygrip) in the US than if I'd buy it here...

Think I'll book a trip to the US, spend a night in a luxurious hotel buy the D750, fly back and still got money left for a hamburger back at the airport.