Best Deals on Cameras & Photography

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As National Photography Month comes to a close, what better way to celebrate than to get a deal on a new camera? Not to mention that summer is coming, bringing with it tons of choice photo opportunities. Right now there are lots of ways you can save on cameras and photography equipment – but here are the top 3 deals we’ve found:

Camera World: $50 Off Bundles

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If you’re new to photography, or if you want to revamp your entire photo gear collection, then this is the deal for you. Camera World is offering photography bundles that include a camera and free accessories with discounts up to $50. These bundles include cameras like the Nikon D3300, Canon EOS Rebel, and other popular brands. A bundle is a great way to get started documenting your summer adventures!

Best Buy: $150 Off

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I don’t know about you, but when I’m looking for new electronics, Best Buy is one of the first places I go. They tend to have good deals, and their selection is great. Right now, you can take up to $150 off select digital cameras at BestBuy.com, including Fujifilm, Samsung, Sony, and more. Whether you want a serious DSRL camera, a simple point-and-shoot, or a waterproof camera, you can be pretty sure Best Buy has what you’re looking for.

B&H Photo and Video: $300 Off Lenses

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With vacations to new places and lots of fun activities, summer is the perfect time to work on perfecting your photography skills. If you’re planning to get serious about your photography this summer, you’re going to need the gear that the pros use. And it’s not just about the camera – lenses are crucial, too. Right now you can save $300 off Canon lenses or get a $100 rebate on Tamron lenses at B & H Photo and Video. You can also check out their used department to find deals on used cameras and equipment.

Now that you’ve got your gear, get out and snap that winning shot!

By: CouponPal

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