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This page is constantly updated with the latest deals on such photography equipment as cameras, lenses, lighting equipment and various accessories. Please note that most deals and rebates below have expiration dates, because we post only time-sensitive specials that run for a specified amount of time by the manufacturer. Sometimes manufacturers like Nikon and Canon choose to extend rebates, but it is not guaranteed to happen, especially during the holidays. If you reside outside of the United States of America, you might not be eligible for some specials and rebate programs. Keep in mind that B&H Photo Video does ship internationally. You can check the shipping rates upon checkout. If you have any questions about any of these deals, please feel free to drop us a line in the comments section below.

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Comments

  1. 1
    ) Vishnu N S

    Just a small query on the deals section : Would you consider the Pentax K-01 at its current low price of $330 as a good deal ? For beginners (like yours truly) it could be a great starter kit to photography!

    Regards,
    Vishnu

    • Sure, that sounds like a good deal – Pentax cameras are always a great bargain!

  2. 2
    ) PAT

    hi, I was looking for Nikon or other Brand Flash for using with NikonD7000 with 15 to300 zoom lens on both indoor and out door can you suggest the value flash as I see there are some weekness on SB-910 but is not clear to be. I will appreciate prompt reply.

    • PAT, what do you mean by “weakness on the SB-910″? It is the best Nikon flash produced to date…

  3. 5
    ) JP

    Hello, just bought the Nikon D5100 + 18-55 mm lens for $440 including taxes from Staples last night. I think it is a great deal but want to see what others think of it. I am very new to DSLR, first DSLR that is….

    • 6
      ) AZ Shooter

      I received a D5100 with the 18-55mm last Christmas. It has re-ignited my interest after a couple of decades of staring at the back of a point-and-shoot. I love the unit and have added a 50-300mm, 35mm 1.8 prime, a set of Kenko macro extension tubes, polarizing filter, and a SB-700 flash. Considering my constant “case of the gotta-haves” you got a good deal and will have fun with it. I am relearning photography from my days with a Mamiya Sekor 1000DTL. You will enjoy it!

      • 7
        ) JP

        Thanks AZ.

        • 8
          ) Tony

          To the original poster, add a nikon 10-24 mm DX lens first, then maybe 70-300 and u have a machine that can do it all. I was lucky enough to do that with a D90 then upped the body to a D7000. I miss the ease andportability of my DX now that i went to D800 and all new glass

  4. 9
    ) dr vijay kumar

    sir
    i am a dentist . i have a camera nikkon d 70. i want to take close ups like a single tooth(abou t25mm*25 mm) to define color, shape, size to lab so they can made false tooth alike, apart from this i want to use this for general photigraphy. somebody suggest me af 2.8-60mm. moreover i does not want to spend much money for this purpose. pl. advise me
    thanks
    regards

  5. 10
    ) Eben Viens

    I have been shooting with a Pentax ME for the past four years and am interested in a serious upgrade. I was wondering if you have any suggestions for a compact DSLR under $1000? Right now my main choice is the fujifilm x20.

  6. 11
    ) Jill

    I am looking at the Nikon D3000 with lenses :NIKKOR 55-200mm zoom lens and 18-55mm zoom lens
    Glass Lens included. Would this work for taking sports photography shots? I noticed that your reviews don’t include this camera, but I wanted some insight into it if you have any. Thank you for any help you can offer.

  7. 12
    ) larry

    I’ve really enjoyed reading all the tips and explanations you guys give here. I seriously need the clear way that you explain things, particularly, ISO, aperture, shutter speeds. Just by going thru the little excercises, I’m learning the settings on my camera. It’s just a point & shoot, but for someone who had no idea what goes into getting really nice photos, all the different settings even on my camera, is scary. Wondering if I’ll ever fully understand it all at this point! I just bought a Lumix dmc-zs7 which has settings to do amazing things but unfortunately, it’ll take lots of time and practice just to get comfortable with it. Glad I found this site and all your contributions!

  8. 13
    ) John C Brown

    First of all thanks for all the information. I have a minimally used D700 – is upgrading to the D800 a no brainer? Also is there a budding photographer that would want the D700 – I hate selling stuff and this would be a gift that I could send to you directly for you to distribute to whomever. Let me know.

    • John, you are most welcome! If you are a landscape, fashion, architecture and portrait photographer, then the D800 is a no-brainer. If you shoot wildlife and sports, then you might want to see if the 4-6 fps speed is going to be adequate for your needs.

      As for your D700, we can always find home for it – we can either give it away in a contest or we can find someone that truly needs it through charity.

  9. 15
    ) Raghuram

    Hi Nasim, John
    I am part of a small volunteer run project that aims to revive drought affected villages in rural India. As you know, drought is a severe blight on villages in tropical countries. Many people die of hunger as crops fail and the water systems dry up. We would like to document the rehabilitation of these villages and exhibit the pics to gather funds from UN and other international organization. We would like to have the chance to obtain the D700 if both you and John are ok with it. We have a scraped together some funds for a small P & S but I am afraid that may not be enough to document this project. Please let me know what you think about this.

    • Raghuram, I never received a response back from John, but even if he did, shipping the camera to India would probably be a burden – not just because of the shipping costs, but also because of possible tax/VAT implications. I recently had to deal with a similar situation and it was quite problematic. Unless you can cover the costs and take care of the customs yourself…

  10. 16
    ) Raghuram

    Oh, forgot to mention – am learning a lot from reading your articles! I am a beginner and your articles are too good. Thank you.

    • Thank you for your feedback and good luck with your project. If I hear back from John, I will post it here and we’ll see if we can work something out…

  11. 19
    ) Raghuram

    Hello Nasim,

    Thanks for your inputs. You are right about shipping to India. There are some difficulties indeed. However, , an easier workaround is to ship it locally to my friend in the New Jersey area. He can bring it to India on his annual visits, around June-July time! Thanks a ton Nasim for following up with John. I hope we hear from him soon. Cheers and keep up the good work. It is refreshing to read stuff from people who go out and shoot for a change! :)

  12. 20
    ) Ashu

    Nasim, thanks for all the articles and tips you post on your website. They are really informative. I was just wondering if you had any thoughts on either the Sigma 150mm 2.8 macro or the 180mm largely for doing butterflies, insects etc. I have a 100mm tokina but that is too short for this kind of stuff. Thanks!

  13. I have been a subscriber to this site and a loyal B&H customer for a couple of years now. By following tips I received on this site, one of my fireworks photos was chosen (out of 1,300 diverse entries) as the 2nd prize winner in the 6th Annual Detroit News Celebrate Michigan Photo Contest last year. The award-winning photo can be seen on my website. I truly appreciate and thank Photography Life for the information that can be found on this site, and will continue to support it. I urge everyone to support this site, be it with a $$$ contribution or purchases from B&H or Adorama.

  14. 22
    ) Paulina Michaud

    Hi,
    Thanks you very much for this website. The tips are great!
    I want to enter in a contest but Ihave no experience as far as what works for photo contests, and what doesn’t . I have seen results where photos seems highly photoshopped.
    Any tips?
    Does anybody could recommend a mentor?
    Do artistic made-in-camera photos work for contests these days?

    Any infor would be very helpful. Thanks!

  15. 23
    ) Paulina Michaud

    Nikon D200
    I have a Nikon D200 that I used for about three years and I would like to sell it.
    Technology has advanced greatly, so I wonder if there is any interest for this type of camera anymore? I would like to sell it.
    Thanks.

  16. 24
    ) giovanni scolari

    salve!
    i am looking for the gimbal head “mongoose” by 4th Generation, used (last model or not).
    As I can know, nobody sells his mongoose in Italy; can someone help me from the other side of Atlantic?
    thanks

  17. 25
    ) Vi Le

    Hi, I am looking for an used Nikon D90, if anyone has this type of camera and is willing to sell, pleas give me information about it by sending me an email to vi.ftu.barca@gmail.com

    Thank you!

  18. 26
    ) Sujan

    Hello
    Thank you for the website and i am new to this photography world and i am looking for the best full frame camera and i was suppose to buy Nikon D600 but in many websites and magazines i can see about the sensor dust/oil issues is that fixed or the new Nikon D610 has replace those issues.So for me which one would you like to suggest me to buy . Now the price has been totally change in D600 we can see many deals on it so I’m totally confuse which one to get.
    Please reply to help me out from this confusion.

  19. 27
    ) aditi

    Hello,
    Thanks a ton for putting all these info together. I’m eagerly waiting to buy Nikon D610, upgrading from Nikon D80, what lens combination do you recommend? B&H is currently selling this with 24-85mm and 7-300mm, Do you think it is a good one? Should I wait till Black Friday for any deals in B&H or Adorama?

    I greatly appreciate your input.
    Thanks again,
    Aditi.

    • Aditi, since you are buying a new camera body, definitely wait until the Black Friday deals are announced!

  20. 28
    ) aditi

    Nasim,
    At the same time I would like to sell off my previous camera, I’m not sure how and where to start with, any online website where I can sell it along with my lenses?
    Thanks again,
    Aditi.

    • Aditi, try Craigslist or eBay. Other than those, another option is to sell it to B&H / Adorama, but those guys are like car dealerships – they won’t give you a good trade-in price. You are much better off selling the gear yourself.

  21. 31
    ) aditi

    Nasim,
    Sounds really good, will wait till Black Friday. I shall try my hands selling those on my own, I just got the quote on B&H, it is peanut what they pay :( .
    I’m sure to buy my dream gear thru your links.
    Thanks,
    Aditi

  22. 32
    ) Ricardo Vaz

    Nassim, I´ve read on nikonrumors that on november 24th the deals will be available. Do you know if this day is the day that we can start shopping or it will be just a preview for the prices that are going to be applied on the black friday?

    • Ricardo, no, you can start buying this Saturday :) I will post a detailed article Saturday night, so stay tuned!

      • 35
        ) Ricardo Vaz

        I aways stay tuned here, no chance I’ll miss this! Seeya

  23. 36
    ) Vipul Kapadia

    This is great! I no longer would need to check out 50 other sites to look for deals on camera gear! I am really hoping that there are some deals on Fujifilm mirrorless cameras and lenses. Hope there’s a combo (body + lens) package offered with the X-E2!!! I certainly may jump to get X-E2 with 35mm f/1.4 or 23mm f/1.4 if there’s a deal on a combo! I know I am expecting too much but you never know ;-)

  24. Hi,
    Just found your site! Full of wonderful info!! I have so much to learn! Can I use a 2x teleconverer on a AF-S Nikkor 55-2001.4- 5.6 GED? Been stuggling with a D40, but hoping that Santa will bring me a 7000! I shoot mainly my stone sculptures and classes,and stuff for my website, but I am also keen on nature photography.
    Thanks again for your info, help, and the awesome site!!
    K

  25. 38
    ) Vivek Borulkar

    Hello,

    1. Can you please advise the difference between DX & FX lenses?
    2. Is Nikon D610 one of the best till date SLR? Does it accommodate both DX & FX lenses? Please guide me with your review of this camera.

    Thank you.

    Best Regards

    Vivek

    • 41
      ) Bill

      The difference is the size of the focused image at the sensor. An FX lens produces an image the size of a 35 mm film negative (from the good old days). The DX lenses produce a slightly smaller image at the sensor. (Dx and Fx sensor sizes are available on the Nikon site and many other places). An FX lens on an FX size sensor fills the whole sensor area. A Dx lens makes an image about 2/3 the size of an FX lens on an FX based camera, so, you don’t expose about 1/3 the pixels. Now, here’s a cool fact: An FX lens on a DX camera gives you a magnification factor of about 1.4, so the focal length of an FX lens on a DX camera is 1.4 times it’s focal length on an FX based camera. That means a 200 mm lens is really closer to 280 mm or a 400 mm lens is really about 540 mm on the smaller sensor. That means, effectively, you have a longer focal length for less expense.

      I think the Nikon 610 is an excellent camera. But, the D600 and the D800 are AWESOME. That means that you’d have to have FX lenses, tho. With the 34 MP resolution of the D800 sensor, tho, you could use your DX lenses at first, sacrificing about 1/3 of your megapixels. At that resolution, you still will be able to get excellent images that will enlarge very well.

      Does that help?

      B

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    ) Lois Spatz

    I wish I did not find your site on Passover, I have to wait to order anything from BH. It’s ok, I will wait, but I want you to know I love you site!!!!

  27. 40
    ) mendel backman

    what is the most reliable third party battery grip for nikon d7100?
    thanks

  28. 42
    ) Marybeth Grazko

    I currently own a D7000 and am learning more about photography. I use it for everything (landscapes, portraits, etc.) but I also enjoy some sports photography. I have a few nice lenses (70-200mm/f/2.8) a 35 mm prime DX lens and a 70-300mm/ f/4.5-5.6 lens. Some day when I feel like I have mastered my D7000 would love to get a full framed Nikon. Seems like there have been issues with the D610. I also would love to get a macro lens or a zoom/macro with a closer range. Do you have any recommendations for a full frame camera (might buy if I finish my photography class) and a lens to add to my collection? I also have a 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 lens too but I hate it. It may be there is some adjustment to it that I am not using correctly but was considering the 24-70mm/f/2.8? Would appreciate your thoughts?

  29. 43
    ) Shree Moorthy

    Hello Nasim,

    I used only 35mm film cameras until recently (Minolta and an old BW Voigtlaender) but now I think I’m in the 21st century when I bought a Canon 60 D camera body recently. A buddy of mine asked me not to go for the kits but get the body and lenses separately. So for the time being, I also bought a 50mm f/1.8 fixed lens.

    I really needed a versatile range in a lens as there was only so much I could do with the 50mm. I did some research, and found the Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 as a viable choice. I did not find any Canon lens reviews… hence, I’m posting it here. My questions are detailed below:

    Questions:
    1. Do I go for regular, or STM on this Canon 18-135 lens?
    2. I saw 2 other choices… Canon EF-S 15-85mm IS USM or a Canon EF 28-135mm. Wondering if I should look at them.
    3. Last question… how do you feel about buying “White Box” lenses online from Amazon? Regular price for the 18-135 is $ 499; the STM version is $ 549 and the White Box for the STM version (with warranty) is $ 369.

    Regards & Thanks in advance

    • 44
      ) Shree Moorthy

      BTW… I meant to say… I did not find any Canon Lens reviews on THIS site…

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