Adorama Prime Day Deals: B+W 77mm ND Filter for $17 w/FS, Manfrotto 190Go! for $200, Apples, Etc

Adorama is having their own Prime specials with the following products:

+ B + W 77mm #102 0.6 (4x) Neutral Density Glass Filter for $17 with free shipping

+ Manfrotto 190Go! 4-Section Aluminum Tripod Kit with Center Ball Head (61.4″ Max Height, Black) for $200 with free S&H

+ Apple 7.9″ iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi 64GB, Gold for $329

+ Apple MacBook Pro 15″ with Touch Bar, i7 2.9GHz 512GB, 16GB, W/3 Yr Applecare for $2799

Speaking of Adorama, they have a 2-day Flashpoint Studio and Lightning Sale with around 50 items participating in the sale. This started yesterday but was lost in the home page with the Prime Day avalanche.

B+W 77mm #102 0.6 (4x) Neutral Density Glass Filter for $32

The B + W 77mm #102 0.6 (4x) Neutral Density Glass Filter is on sale for the very specific price of $31.75 with free shipping at Adorama until 1/31/17 (or earlier if sold out).

While there, they have the Lenovo S510 10KY002BUS Small Desktop (i5-6400 2.7GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Windows 10 Pro) for $339 with free shipping until 1/25/17 (or earlier if sold out).

B+W Lens Filter Sale (many options)

In some places, filters is something you buy at a clothing store, but I’ll leave that at that. On the camera front, there is now a B+W Lens Filter Sale at Adorama, with 25 filters of different kind and size featured at the previous link, but they are not the only ones participating in the sale, look for the red %OFF sales tag in the B+W filter listings (over 760 products, I can’t check to see how many more are on sale).

Nikon 24-70mm f2.8E VR with B+W 82mm Filter for $2200 (limit 3)

Workhorse zoom action now, the Nikon 24-70mm f2.8E VR lens is bundled with a B+W 82mm filter, together for $2200 with free shipping at Amazon by Amazon itself. You have two options of free B+W filter, either with the Clear UV Haze with MRC or with the HTC Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with MRC (multi-resistant coating). The filters on their own go for $69 and $160 respectively. Limit three of each option per customer.