Nikon seems to love two lens kits these days, in another promotion, the Nikon D5600 with the 18-55 DX VR and 70-300 DX non-VR bundle is on sale for $900, that’s $200 more than the body only, and $100 more than the w/18-55 kit. But some retailers are also bundling it with some freebies. At Adorama you get the Corel software bundle, a Bower 58mm filter, a Lowerpro 160 Format bag, a 16GB Lexar SD card and a cleaning kit.
At B&H Photo you get a 32GB Sandisk Extreme SDHC memory card and a Ruggard holster bag.
No freebies by Amazon itself but if you are a Prime member and pay with either the Amazon Chase VISA or the Prime Store credit card, you get 5% back as a statement credit (around $45).
A new round of Olympus Instant Savings promotions are running until 6/3/17 featuring M43rds cameras, lenses and a couple of P&S critters too. Many of them get 4% promotional rewards as well. Free shipping. You can find the participating products nicely organized at Adorama.
If you have a compatible Amazon hardware device or app, you can place orders with your Voice, using Alexa, and get some exclusive Alexa Voice Ordering discounts. One such offer running at the moment is 50% off the Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 & Premiere Elements 15 bundle. Its current price is $125, so half off would make it $62.50.
The price of the software can change at any time, so that should be 50% off of whatever the future-current price will be. You can only get this discount with Alexa Voice Ordering, not with a web browser. Expiration dates are not mentioned on that page, so the offer is good as long as you see it there.
At the same page, there’s also a $12 off promotion on the Corel PaintShop Pro X9 software. The current price is $42, so the discount will drop it to $30. Again, the price of the software can change at any time, the discount is $12 off of the future-current price.
And speaking of Corel, but unrelated to Alexa Voice ordering, a lightning deal of the Amazon Gold Box has the Corel PaintShop Pro X9 Ultimate on sale for $40 with free shipping until Tuesday 2:29am ET as a PC Disc (not a download).
PS: it looks like the free shipping over $25 is back on again at Amazon for Prime members, but since it’s been going on and off, we may have to wait for a few days to see where it settles.
It’s coupon time at AdoramaPIX, coupon code PXMOMNOW (three words, PX (as in pictures) MOM NOW ~ type it without spaces) gets you 20% off Photo Prints. The offer is only good on Paper photo prints, not other material. This cannot be combined with other offers. Free shipping if your after-coupon order total is $49+. Coupon expires Tuesday night (5/9/17).
Since our previous update, Amazon run out of Panasonic GH5 body only kits at $2000, but as of this Stock Status Tracker update, there are two eBay sellers that have it in-stock for $2000, it is Samy’s Camera (Southern California) and National Camera Exchange (Minnesota).
If you prefer to buy camera gear from Amazon itself, not from 3rd-party sellers, Amazon itself has the Fuji GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera in-stock for its starting price of $6500 with a limit of up to three units per customer.
If you are fond of buying from eBay, Kenmore Camera has it in-stock for $6500 as well.
For the big picture, check the Stock Status Tracker.
This auction ended with someone scooping it up towards the end, 15 bids and a $1200 price…
If you need some eBay auction entertainment/excitment, ending today at 12:08pm ET is a classic eBay auction by an individual seller on the Fuji X100F silver. As of 10:55am ET, there are 14 bids with a $1175 price. The individual eBay seller (100%, 65 ratings) is based in Los Angeles.
This used option sold out as well:
There is a “Used – Like New” option for $1202 by Amazon Warehouse Deals with a detailed condition and half a dozen pictures of the actual item (click on one of the two thumbnails to see the gallery).
The new condition price of the X100F at authorized dealers is $1300. For more options, check the Stock Status Tracker where there is one retailer that has both colors for $1300. The listing says they ship from the USA, but the seller’s page says they are in Hong Kong. I haven’t tried to go through with a purchase to see what happens [poor blogger!]