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Nikon D5600 with 18-55 and 70-300 for $800 [corrected]

CORRECTION: the lens in the two lens kit is the 70-300mm DX, not the old 75-300. I typed 75-300 in every single mention below out of habit 🙂 Thanks to one of our readers for the alert in the comments!

On the “Take Pictures With” two-lens kit front, the new condition Nikon D5600 with the 18-55 and 70-300 lenses is on sale for $797 with free shipping at authorized dealers such as Adorama (with free accessories) and B&H Photo (with free accessories) and Amazon itself (limit 3).

The D5600 body only goes for $650, while the D5600 w/18-55 goes for $750. So you are getting the 70-300 for an extra $50 versus the standard 1-lens kit. This being the holiday season, even if you don’t need the 18-55 and 70-300 for yourself, you can use them in a gift bundle for friends and family, eg bundle them with a Nikon DSLR you don’t need or use often.

The D5600 body only went for $650 in early November as well when I posted the APS-C DSLR price charts.

If you don’t need the new condition version though, you can wait for another manufacturer refurbished sale. It went for $620 at least a couple of times in the past.

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Refurbished Nikon D5600 w/18-55 for $599

Good until 11/15/17 (or earlier if sold out), BuyDig is offering the manufacturer refurbished Nikon D5600 with 18-55 AF-P DX VR for $599 with free shipping and the usual 90-day Nikon refurbished warranty.

The new condition version of this kit goes for $750, so you are saving $150 by going refurbished. For a refresher on APS-C camera price ranges, check this week’s all new APS-C DSLRs Price Chart.

(ENDED) Refurbished Nikon D5600 with 18-55 DX VR and 70-300 DX non-VR for $620

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(ENDED) Refurbished Nikon D5600 with 18-55 DX VR and 70-300 DX non-VR and 90-day Nikon USA warranty for $620

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(ENDED) Refurbished Nikon D5600 w/18-55 DX VR and 70-300 DX non-VR for $680

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Refurbished Nikon D5600 w/18-55 DX VR for $680

The new condition Nikon D5600 with 18-55 DX VR goes for $800 at authorized dealers (eg Amazon and Adorama), but if you want to save some, you can get it in manufacturer refurbished condition for $680 with free shipping at Adorama with a 90-day Nikon USA warranty.

Speaking of Adorama and refurbished Nikons, here’s the rest of their inventory:

+ most recently added refurbished options

+ all refurbished Nikon items

Starts 12pm ET: FREE to Watch Nikon D5600 Online Class

If you have a Nikon D5600 or you are curious about it , starting at 12pm Eastern today (Thursday 7/27/17), the CreativeLIVE Nikon D5600 Fast Start online class with John Greengo will be streaming LIVE and for FREE until 11:50am ET on Friday. This means the class will repeat during the day. A total of 22 lessons are part of it, you can see them under the “Class Materials” tab over there.

During this promotional period, you can watch the class for FREE. If you want to watch it later, you have to purchase it or hope for a future rerun. If you like it, they have it on sale while the free-streaming promotion is running. For buyers, the class is also available for download (mp4 files in HD or lower resolution for mobile/cellular).

In addition to this one, according to their ON-AIR SCHEDULE the following other camera classes are scheduled to STREAM for FREE during the following days:

+ July 28: Canon D-Rebel T7i
+ July 29: Canon 77D
+ August 11: Canon M5 and M6
+ August 11: Fuji X-T20

Nikon D5600 Two Lens Kit with Extras for $897

It’s bundle up time! The Nikon D5600 body only goes for $700 but if you want to a “get started with” kit or want to stock up on lenses, $200 more get you two Nikon lenses, the 18-55mm f3.5-5.6G DX VR and 70-300mm f4.5-5.6G DX non-VR. But that’s not all, Adorama is bundling these freebies with the kit: Lowepro Aventura 170 shoulder case, 16GB Lexar SDHC card, Bower FUC58 58mm UV Filter, cleaning kit, and the Corel software bundle that includes five software packaging, including AfterSHOT PRO 2, VideoStudio 9 and Paintshop PRO 9.

For more action, check the Adorama Memorial Day Sale

Nikon D5600 with 18-55 and 70-300 and Extras for $900

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).

Imported Nikon D5600 w/18-55 without warranty for $585

The new condition Nikon D5600 with 18-55 DX VR goes for $800 at authorized Nikon dealers that include free accessories (eg Adorama) or promotional rewards (eg B&H Photo).

But if you are comfortable with imported grey-market DSLR without a warranty, then off to the eBay Deals we go, where eBay seller “PhotoVideo4Less” (100%, New York) is offering the new condition imported grey-market Nikon D5600 with 18-55 DX VR for $585 with free shipping. There is no warranty offered in the listing, so this is a higher risk than buying with a 1-year seller warranty, which in itself is a higher risk than a 1-year manufacturer warranty, and so forth. So it’s up to you and your risk matrix and Keanu Reeves 😉

On the other hand, if you prefer a Nikon D5600 kit purchased from authorized dealers, and want a loaded “take pictures with” kit, the Nikon D5600 two-lens kit (18-55 DX VR, 70-300 DX non-VR) goes for $900 with a handful of free accessories at Adorama (Corel software bundle, Lowepro bag, 16GB Lexar SD, Bower 58mm IV filter, cleaning kit).

Nikon D5600 In-Stock, Two-Lens Kit (18-55, 70-300) drops to $900

The brand new Nikon D5600 DSLR is not only in-stock as a body only for $700 at B&H Photo and Amazon itself, but the official two lens kit with the 18-55mm and 70-300mm f4.5-6.3G ED DX lenses is in-stock and on sale for $900 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Amazon itself!

Pre-order new Nikon D5600 DSLR kits starting at $700

No longer just the books, the camera too is now available for purchase, there are four official Nikon D5600 DSLR kits available for pre-order at B&H Photo in familiar configurations:

+ body only for $700
+ with 18-55 DX VR for $800
+ with 18-55 DX VR and 70-300 f4.5-6.3G non-VR for $1150
+ with 18-135 f3.5-5.6G DX VR for $1200

The latest new cameras and lenses of 2017 are now tracked in the brand new New Cameras of 2017 tracker.

Pre-order new Nikon D5600 Books by Julie Adair King and by David Busch

This may be a first. The books for a camera are listed at Amazon before the camera itself! There’s two of them now! Julie Adair King’s “Nikon D5600 For Dummies” is available for pre-order in paperback for $30 with an April 17 (20170 release estimate, while David Busch’s Nikon D5600 guide is available for pre-order at Amazon for $40 with a May 19 in 2017 release date estimate. This is the paperback edition, under the RockyNook brand (not to be confused with the Barnes and Noble Nook). Amazon has a pre-order price-guarantee [see Details], so if the price drops until its release date, you will pay the lowest price during the time period between pre-order and release date.

PS: 3rd-party goofballs (okay, sellers) have created stub listings for the Nikon D5600 at Amazon, but Amazon’s own listing is not there yet.

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(ENDED) Lindsay Adler’s “Photographer’s Guide to Posing” Paperback for $18 after coupon

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Starts 12pm ET: FREE to Watch Sony a6500 Online Class

If you have a Sony a6500 or you are Sony a6500 curious, starting at 12pm Eastern today (Tuesday 7/25/17), the CreativeLIVE Sony a6500 Fast Start online class with John Greengo will be streaming LIVE and for FREE until 11:50am ET on Wednesday. This means the class will repeat during the day. A total of 24 lessons are part of it, you can see them under the “Class Materials” tab over there.

During this promotional period, you can watch the class for FREE. If you want to watch it later, you have to purchase it or hope for a future rerun. If you like it, they have it on sale while the free-streaming promotion is running. For buyers, the class is also available for download (mp4 files in HD or lower resolution for mobile/cellular). Lesson #1 is available as a free download if you want to test how it works/looks on your PC, tablet or phone.

In addition to this one, according to their ON-AIR SCHEDULE the following other camera classes are scheduled to STREAM for FREE during the following days:

+ July 27: Nikon D5600
+ July 28: Canon D-Rebel T7i
+ July 29: Canon 77D
+ August 11: Canon M5 and M6
+ August 11: Fuji X-T20

Starts 12pm ET: FREE to Watch Olympus E-M1 II Online Class

If you have an Olympus E-M1 II or you are E-M1 II curious, starting at 12pm Eastern today (Monday 7/24/17), the CreativeLIVE Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Fast Start online class with John Greengo will be streaming LIVE and for FREE until 11:50am ET on Tuesday. This means the class will repeat during the day. A total of 32 lessons are part of it, you can see them under the “Class Materials” tab over there.

During this promotional period, you can watch the class for FREE. If you want to watch it later, you have to purchase it or hope for a future rerun. If you like it, they have it on sale for $36 while the free-streaming promotion is running. For buyers, the class is also available for download (mp4 files in HD or lower resolution for mobile/cellular). Lesson #1 is available as a free download if you want to test how it works/looks on your PC, tablet or phone.

In addition to the E-M1, according to their ON-AIR SCHEDULE the following other camera classes are scheduled to STREAM for FREE during the following days:

+ July 25: Sony a6500
+ July 27: Nikon D5600
+ July 28: Canon D-Rebel T7i
+ July 29: Canon 77D
+ August 11: Canon M5 and M6
+ August 11: Fuji X-T20

Select CreativeLIVE classes for $19 each [also new FREE-to-Watch Camera “Fast Start” Classes Next Week]

CreativeLIVE is back with another photography class sale. A number of classes in a variety of topics are on sale for $19 each for a limited time only.

But if you prefer not to pay, and you have schedule flexibility, you can watch classes for FREE when they are originally recording online. Check their ON-AIR SCHEDULE for the upcoming schedule. There’s a variety of classes, including a set classes focusing on Posing. On the camera training front, they plan the following camera “Fast Start” classes:

+ July 24: Olympus E-M1 Mark II
+ July 25: Sony a6500
+ July 27: Nikon D5600
+ July 28: Canon D-Rebel T7i
+ July 29: Canon 77D
+ August 11: Canon M5 and M6
+ August 11: Fuji X-T20
+ these will be free to watch while they are recording live or streaming promotionally to attract new potential buyers

(ENDED) Sony a6500 Class at CreativeLIVE (Free to Watch LIVE)

UPDATE: the live recording of this class ended…

Streaming LIVE today for FREE is a “Sony a6500 Fast Start” class with John Greengo at CreativeLive’s Free On-Air Classes. While the class is recording live, it is FREE to watch for all.

You can page further down the page to see other upcoming free-streaming classes. Of camera interest, there is a Nikon D5600 Fast Start class starting June 7, a Canon 77D Fast Start on July 6, and a D-Rebel T7i Fast Start on July 7. You can also filter the upcoming classes by clicking on the gray horizontal tabs over there.

CreativeLIVE: up to 40% off Photography Fundamentals classes

CreativeLIVE is having a new limited time sale, up to 40% off b>! View select Photography Fundamentals classes. No coupon is needed, the sale is factored in on their website while the promotion is running.

OR if you prefer free classes, check the latest ON-AIR SCHEDULE. You can watch any class for free when it is recorded LIVE on their website. After it is recorded, you have to pay to watch it. The upcoming schedule includes classes from Lisa Jacobs, Joel Comm, along with camera guide type of classes (Fuji X-T2, Canon 5D IV, Nikon D750 and D5600, Olympus E-M1 II, Sony a6500, etc).

Note also that PHOTOSHOP WEEK is currently underway. Check the schedule above for classes. It’s the first “On Air” box at the top left corner of the page!

15 CreativeLIVE Classes on sale $29 each

Another limited time offer, CreativeLIVE offers 15 different Classes for $29 each. Participating classes include “Understanding Light” by Mark Wallace, “The Art of Seeing: Macro Techniques for Flowers and Plants”, “Fine Art Women’s Portraits” by Jennifer Thoreson, and more. The sale prices are factored in the website, no coupon needed.

OR if you prefer free classes, check the latest ON-AIR SCHEDULE. You can watch classes for FREE online when as they are recorded LIVE. So in TV terms, watch the live premiere for FREE, but you have to pay to watch the reruns 🙂 Classes include Art Wolfe (in progress), along with upcoming classes from Lindsay Adler (starts Saturday), more Art Wolfe (starts Sunday), Peter Hurley, Chase Jarvis, along with a variety of classes on specific cameras (Nikon D5, Canon 5D Mark IV, E-M1 II, a6500, D5600, etc)