Our friends at MIOPS have just informed us that they are giving our readers an exclusive discount of 25% for buying the MIOPS Smart Trigger, today only! ($150 after discount, $199-$240 regular price). That’s a killer deal and a very heavy discount on the best camera and flash trigger on the market, so we are excited to share this deal with our readers. If you have not heard of this device, please check out our introduction to MIOPS Smart Trigger, along with the detailed review, which we posted earlier this year. This unique sale will end at the end of today, 11/28/2016, so hurry up and get yours before the time runs out!
This Black Friday, we are expecting a lot of great deals on cameras, lenses and accessories. Instead of posting a number of different posts with deals, we decided to post a single page that will basically keep track of the very best deals available this week. We will be updating this page regularly, so please check back often, as some of the deals might expire very quickly. We have already posted Nikon’s Black Friday deals, but there are so many more from different manufacturers! So if you are shopping for some deals, we will have them all right here for you.
The biggest shopping week is here and we are happy to join this event by offering a huge storewide sale. For one week only (from today through Cyber Monday, November 28th, 2016), we will be discounting all of our video tutorials by 30%. Give a nice present to your friends and family during this holiday period in the form of easy to follow photography education, as knowledge should always come before gear. In addition, we will be discounting our famous Sensor Gel Stick (both regular and orange version) by $10 and sticky paper by $3 (while supplies last). We back our products with a 100% money-back guarantee, so if you do not feel satisfied with your purchase, just let us know and we will issue a full refund – no questions asked! Check out our store page for more details!
It is that time of the year when you can snatch some amazing deals at heavy discounts here in the USA, which means that we will be posting amazing deals worth checking out this and next week for our readers! First comes Nikon’s Black Friday deals, which are already live at all US retailers. Basically, Nikon is packing free battery grips with the purchase of the Nikon D810 and D500 DSLR cameras (worth $370) and providing instant savings of $500 off of the D810, or $200 off of the D500, making these two cameras the best picks for buying Nikon gear this holiday season. In addition, Nikon is also hosting a few lens-only rebates, including some of Nikon’s popular lenses, such as the Nikon 50mm f/1.8G and Nikon 70-200mm f/4G VR. See below for more details on these deals.
I have just received an email from one of our readers, who pointed out an amazing deal that’s taking place right now at Adorama for the Fuji XF 23mm f/1.4R lens – one of the best lenses for the Fuji X mount. Basically, in addition to the standard Fuji rebates that are taking place right now, you get an additional discount in a form of a Gift Certificate. This means that the XF 23mm f/1.4R is getting discounted to $649 through the instant $250 rebate (original price of the lens is $899) and on top of that, you are getting a $100 gift certificate, bringing the total down to $549! Now that’s one killer price and it looks like a few other lenses are also discounted in a similar manner.
While it was pretty sad to see Nikon recall its last round of rebates due to earthquakes in Japan, other manufacturers like Fuji are continuing to push pretty aggressive sales on both cameras and lenses to lure in more customers and increase their market share. I am a big fan of the Fuji X system (I own the Fuji X-T1 and a couple of X-series lenses – see my detailed Fuji X-T1 review), so when I saw all the available deals on lenses and cameras, I wanted to let our readers know about these deals. Although these deals are supposed to last until the end of June, if you have plans to purchase Fuji gear, I would suggest doing it sooner than later, since many of the lenses are already out of stock and it might take a while for your order to arrive if it is backed up too deeply in the order queue.
B&H Photo Video is hosting a huge sale on the Nikon D610, D750 and D810 full-frame DSLRs. In addition to the current instant savings ($500 off D610 / D810 and $300 off D750), you will get a free battery grip with each camera (retail Nikon version, not a third party grip!), along with a third party battery (Watson EN-EL15), a SanDisk memory card and a Ruggard Commando 36 DSLR Shoulder bag (all worth up to $460 in savings). And lastly, you will also receive a 4% reward from B&H in a form of a gift card, which you will be able to apply towards future purchases.
Today-only, SanDisk is offering huge savings on SD, MicroSD and SSD drives on Amazon USA. These are significant savings, particularly on SanDisk’s excellent Extreme-series SD cards of 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB capacities. These cards are rated at 90 MB/sec read speeds and are suitable for both stills and video (up to 4K Ultra HD video). Savings range from $37 on the 32 GB card (bringing the price down to a mere $12.99) all the way to $155 on the 128 GB, which is currently on sale for $44.99.
Nikon is bringing back its lens-only rebates in the USA again and this time we have some very nice options, including the Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G, 85mm f/1.8G, 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5G and 70-200mm f/4G VR lenses getting some nice discounts, with higher-end lenses like the 14-24mm f/2.8G ED and 70-200mm f/2.8G VR II getting $200 off. In addition to these lens-only rebates, Nikon also has the “Buy Together and Save” program going on, where you can get additional discounts when purchasing a camera body.
B&H has two killer deals available today for DxO OpticsPro 10 Elite Edition ($99.50) and X-Rite ColorChecker Passport ($49), which have been heavily discounted by 50% (both deals expire tonight). I have never seen these packages priced with such a heavy discount, so it is a good opportunity to grab both before the price goes back to normal.