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Amazon cuts prices on DSLR cameras and lenses for Cyber Monday


Snap up a great deal on Nikon, Canon, Sony and Panasonic DSLR cameras at Amazon on Cyber Monday. Whatever it is you like to shoot, Amazon has you covered with a selection of great products all at great discounts. So whether you’re a seasoned pro or an amateur snapper, you’re guaranteed to find the right product for you.

Nikon D7500 DX format digial SLR body — $797 (was $1,247)

Nikon has cracked the formula for a great camera body once again with this D7500 DX-format digital SLR camera body. With its compact size and easy-to-hold design, you can see why it’s such a popular choice amongst photographers just starting to snap. With a $450 discount and over 35% off the original price, Amazon topped the charts once again with this Cyber Monday camera deal.

Back side of the D7500 angled to the right sitting on a tripod with the screen extended out
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When choosing a camera body, it’s important to find out exactly what you have so as to ensure you know what you need once you move onto selecting your lens. In a 20.9- megapixel DX-Format, its image sensor technology, and Expeed 5 image-processing features ensure that you achieve the highest-quality sharpness and tone whatever it is you point your camera at.

Now onto the nitty-gritty. With each camera body you buy, it’s important to find out just how detailed your photographs will be. Well, there’s no need to worry about the quality of your shots when you choose the Nikon D7500 DX-format digital SLR camera body. With an autofocus that lesser-quality cameras can only dream of, the 51 focus points and 15 cross-type sections mean that not a single spot of your shot will be anything less than crisp and clear. What’s more, with a highly detailed RGB sensor, the Nikon D7500 DX-format camera body identifies individual colors within your shot to detect certain areas of the photo that need improving and give you nothing but the best in high-color saturation.

Not just looking to take that still shot? The Nikon D7500 DX-format camera body is still for you. Featuring group area autofocus, you can capture areas of fast-moving content such as sports events or live performance in areas of both high and low light. If you’re looking to catch those special moments on camera, the body features 4K HD and 1080p HD videos with stereo sound, making it a great choice for those wanting to film their surroundings as well as taking photos. Filming in either MP4 or MOV format, it can record up to 30 minutes of footage.

With a lithium battery included, the Nikon D7500 DX-format digital SLR camera body can take up to 950 shots all on a single charge. Moreover, the monocoque design ensures that your camera stays protected from moisture, dust, and light wear and tear. Featuring a flash with an automatically adjusting internal light meter, now you’ve found your camera body, which lens do you think you’ll go for?

Canon EF 17-40mm F/4

Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM ultra wide-angle zoom lens for Canon SLR Cameras – $499 (was $799) — $499 (was $799)

A great choice of lens for any Canon enthusiast, the 17-40mm ultra wide-angle zoom lens of the Canon EF makes it a universal choice for those wanting to try out their skills in photography.

The perfect lens for those who want to keep close, the closest focusing distance of the Canon EE 17-40mm f/4L USM ultra wide-angle zoom lens is 0.9 feet, meaning you can get up close and personal. It’s able to create superior optics in all conditions, and three aspherical lens and super UD glass elements make it an ideal lens for those wanting to shoot a variety of images.

Designed to produce fast and silent autofocus, the powerful ring-type ultra-sonic monitor means there’s no need to waste time setting up the focus of that perfect shot. Able to support screw 77mm screw-in filters, the Canon EE 17-44mm f/4L USM ultra wide-angle zoom lens can fit up to three gel filters at once.

Perfect for snapping at weddings or out in the wilderness, the weather-resistant construction makes the design water and dust resistant so theirs no risk of water damage affecting your shots. Measuring 3.3 inches in diameter, it’s substantial enough to give you the right shot while being compact enough to take on your travels.

Sony Alpha a6000 front left

Sony Alpha a6000 mirrorless digital camera 24.3-megapixel SLR camera with 3-inch LCD and 16-50 mm power zoom lens – $448 (was $798) — $448 (was $798)

Never miss out on life’s great moments with the Sony Alpha a6000 mirrorless digital camera. Featuring 24mp APS-C sensor and a 3-inch LCD screen, take advantage of the 16-50 mm power zoom lens when you’re next ready to set up that perfect shot.

In an easy-to-use, lightweight design with a classic black finish, the camera is easy to carry with you wherever it is you want to start snapping. Prepped with easy and intuitive controls that help you take professional photographs whatever your skill level, the Sony Alpha a6000 mirrorless digital camera comes with everything you need to photograph your surroundings, as it comes complete with an AC adaptor, eyepiece cup, lens cap, micro USB cable, power cord, rechargable battery pack, and shoulder strap.

Want your friends to get a piece of the action too? You can share your snaps wherever it is you are thanks to its NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity.


Panasonic Lumix Fz80 4L digital camera — $298 (was $399)

Complete with 18.1-megapixel video camera capabilities, a 60x zoom and DC Vario 20-1200 lens, the F2.8-5.9 aperture power and O.I.S stabilization feature makes the Panasonic Lumix F280 an ideal choice for both amateur photographers and seasoned pros. A traditional point-and-shoot long-zoom camera, capture far-off moments as if they were merely cm in front of you with the a60x zoom and DC Vario 20-1200 lens. Looking to record those precious moments after dark? The low-light capture feature lets you record those precious moments whatever the time of day.

We know that not everyone wants a camera just for photographing the world around them and with the 4K video capture feature, there’s no need to choose. Featuring 4K QFHD recording at size of 3,840 x 2,160, the 4K post focus and internal focus stacking mean you can record images of up to 30fps.

Not everyone shoots by themselves, and we know it’s important to be able to share your images with those around you as quickly as you take them. With the camera’s Wi-Fi connectivity, you can enjoy travel-ready features on the go. With a lithium battery included, the Panasonic Lumix Fz80 charges via USB.

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