Archives for September 1, 2019

Monday Lightning Deals: Celestron, Action Cams, Generics, Etc

Monday brings us another set of Lightning Deals of the Camera et Photoeaux variety at the maison de, with the following potentially interesting ones running within the next 24 hours or so:

+ 15% off select Celestron binoculars and scopes

+ Wifi and Flyamarapirit digiframes, selfie sticks, phone tripods, etc

+ DBPOWER N5 PRO Wifi and Victure and ThiEye T5 action cams

+ basic P&S digicam for kids, generic camcorder

+ E-Mart LED ring light

Monday: Impact Softbox w/Grid, 1TB LaCie Rugged USB-C SSD

A new week has fallen upon us all and a new 4-pack of B&H daily deals [correct link] is now running until 11:59pm ET (or earlier if sold out):

+ Impact Hexi 24 Speedlight Softbox for $75 with FREE Impact Grid included by B&H

+ LaCie 1TB Rugged Thunderbolt External SSD with USB Type-C Port for $300

+ Sony Xperia Earduo earphones for $120
+ duo is the name, you get one pair

+ Anton Bauer (rhymes with power?) NP-F976 7.2V, 6600mAh L-Series Li-Ion Battery (47Wh)
for $40

Sunday Lightning Deals: Gimbal Stabilizers, Ring and Panel Lighting, Action Cams, Digiframes, Tripods, Etc

As of the time of writing there are four dozen listings in the Lightning Deals of the Camera and Photo kind in the Amazon USA Gold Box with the following potentially interesting ones running at some point within the 24 hours or so:

+ Victure 1080p, Apeman 4K action cams

+ Neewer 3-axis handheld gimbal, 63″ carbon fiber tripod, 18″ ring light kit, etc

+ Rangers 56″ monopod/tripod thing, flexible tripod for phone/small-cameras, smarthpone gimbal stabilizer, 2pk U-Bracket LED BiC dimmable panels, YouTube video lighting kit, etc

+ 10″ Feelcare Wifi “smart” digital picture frames

+ Kattee Women’s Canvas DSLR backpack

+ various binoculars (including Celestron), monoculars and generic camcorders

Sunday: 10% off most Lenses with KEH coupon

You can’t take a picture without a lens and I suspect KEH Camera knows this because they are offering 10% off on most lenses at the KEH Camera website using coupon code LENS8A until Sunday 9/1/19 at 11:59pm eastern time.

Exclusions and restrictions apply as usual: coupon does NOT work on NEW or LIKE NEW products and it excludes Leica-branded products (products that work on Leica camera but not made/sold under the Leica brand are eligible providing they are not restricted by any of the other restrictions).

Labor Day Magazine sale (Pho Mags under $5/yr)

The Labor Day weekend magazine sales at the Discount Mags website have photography magazines under their “default” sale prices. The prices below are, as usual, per printed magazine per year, with USA addresses only, and no autorenewals:

+ Outdoor Photographer for $4.81/yr
+ Digital Photo for $4.66/yr
+ Digital Photo PRO for $6.75/yr
+ VideoMaker for $6.81/yr

The usual assortment of other “six degrees of separation” magazines are also on sale, including WIRED for $4.45, PopSci for $4.76/yr, NatGeo for $18.62/yr, Pop-Mecha for $6.54/yr, etc.

You can select new-subscription or renewal or gift-subscription (for others; or your separate office or workplace, etc) for each magazine. The maximum subscription duration varies from 1-4 years depending on the magazine, but the four aforementioned camera/photo related magazines let you sign-up for up to three years…

Sunday: 10″ Insignia LCD digiframe for $45

It’s not an espresso but espresso-colored, the 10-inch new condition Insignia LCD digital picture frame for $45 is one of the Sunday September 1 (2019) deals of the day at the Best Buy website. Yep, it’s September already!

The headliner is a refurbished Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3LCD projector for $350, and if you are a reverse-ographer, there’s a $70 Metra Bullet Back-Up camera 🙂 On the budget side of things, there’s a $40 Motorola Moto E smartphone (AT&T Prepaid locked). Select the “Activate Later” if you are not certain you want to use it with a new or ported line. This is model XT1921-2.

On a more serious note, if you are fond of e-book-reading, there are over 130 of them in the Kindle Daily Deals for Sunday. If you are planning to buy multiple and don’t want to “spam” your credit card statement, you may want to add a gift card to your Amazon account, so all those 99c, $1.99, $2.99 e-books will get paid automatically by the gift card (granted, sometimes Amazon groups ebook purchases together on its own, but there are time limits and other restrictions on how this happens automatically)…