Adorama is offering the DJI Phantom 2 Vision + v3.0 with 14mp stabilized 1080p camera for $900 with free shipping when you use limited time coupon DJIP289900 over there.
More B&H action, coupon code BHOPTIC15 (limited time offer) gets you the Fuji XF 50-140mm f2.8 R LM OIS WR Lens for $1400 with free shipping.
B&H Photo is also offering the Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM lens for $750 with free shipping and 4% promotional rewards when you enter coupon code BHOPTIC15 over there (coupon is a limited time offer). This is available in the Canon, Nikon, Alpha and Sigma SLR mounts.
The Sigma 17-70mm f2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM lens is offered for $350 with free shipping at B&H Photo with coupon code BHOPTIC15 entered over there (limited time coupon). They also come with 4% promotional rewards. It is available in Canon, Nikon, Alpha, Pentax and Sigma SLR mounts.
To celebrate the 2015 OPTIC conference in NYC, B&H Photo has launched a number of Camera and Photo specials. Some of the specials require coupon code BHOPTIC15 to activate. There’s a variety of cameras, lenses and accessories participating.
So many fixed lens cameras, means even more making the refurbished rounds. Case in point, the black refurbished Nikon Coolpix S6800 (12x optical, Wifi) is currently on sale for $70 with free shipping at BuyDig.com.
Meanwhile the clearance coupon has been extended until 4/30/15. Use coupon DIG5 at the BuyDig Blowout Sale Savings for a $5 off discount of an order of $99 or more.
This limited time offer expired but coupons are recurring offers in the future over there…
If you are interested in refurbished Olympus cameras, lenses or other accessories, from today until the end of day on March 27 (2015), you can get 25% off at the Olympus Outlet Store by using coupon code SPRING over there. Free shipping on orders of $100+.
This coupon offer for President’s Weekend expired…
If you are CX 1-System Nikon curious, BuyDig has a coupon promotion, you can get the manufacturer refurbished Nikon J1 w/10-30mm VR (white color scheme) for $150 with free shipping when you use coupon code HDPIX (expires 2/15/15). Price before coupon is $160.
Speaking of BuyDig, coupon code DIG5 gets you $5 off an order of $99 or more at their Blowout Sale.
Groupon has a coupon, code SALE10 gets you 10% off the price of a single Groupon Goods item, which includes Camera and Photo items. The coupon expires Tuesday 12/30/14 night. With the coupon discount factored in, they have these prices:
+ refurb Nikon D3200 w/18-55 for $360
+ refurb Nikon 55-300 DX VR for $202~
+ refurb red Nikon Coolpix L28 for $45
+ Sony a6000 w/16-50mm and extras for $540 or $567 with Lightroom 5
+ Canon Powersnot N for $135
+ Canon SX600 HS superzoom for $162
+ Canon SX520 HS superzoom for $180
+ Olympus SZ-16 iHS for $90
+ refurb Samsung Galaxy EK-GC120 Camera with Verizon 4G LTE for $180
+ and a few more
If you are Nikon CX-curious (1″ 1-System mirrorless), BuyDig is offering the refurbished red Nikon 1 J3 w/10-30 VR with a free case for $180 with coupon code EMPROSEG entered over there. This expires by end of day 12/22/14.
Attention BuyDig shoppers, coupon code DIG5 gets you $5 off a purchase of $99 more at BuyDig, where you can also checkout their Holiday Shopping Blowout Sale, with free shipping site-wide. The coupon expires 12/14/14.
The party continues at the Olympus Outlet Store where you can get the certified refurbished Olympus Tough TG-850 elementproof camera for $120 with free 2-day shipping when you use coupon code TOUGH25 (25% off) over there. Offer ends by 12/11/14. It is available in three different colors.
Pentax K-action now. Of interest also if you want to buy someone a “get started with” digital photography gift. Use coupon code 9PARTS to get this Pentax K-50 DSLR bundle for $650 with free shipping. The bundle includes the Pentax K-50 with 18-55mm WR and 55-300mm ED and AF-200FG flash and Lightroom 5 and 4GB EyeFi SDHC. The coupon code 9PARTS drops price from $700 to $650 and expires 12/14/14 or earlier if sold out. The promotion is mentioned under “Special Offer” on the BuyDig page (annotated screenshot below)…
UPDATE (12/9/14 at 3:05am ET): The Amazon Deal of the Day for Tuesday 12/9/14 is the new condition Olympus XZ-2 (black) on sale for $180 with free shipping (limit 2 per customer). This obviously defeats the $240 refurbished price!
Looking for a RAWsumer without breaking the bank? The Olympus Outlet Store is offering the factory reconditioned black Olympus XZ-2 for $240 with free 2-day shipping and a 90 day warranty from Olympus. No coupon needed. It has a hot-shoe and a touchscreen among other things.
If you only want a Nikon DSLR body, and you are comfortable buying imported (gray market) models, you can get the new condition imported (grey market) Nikon D3200 body only for $265 with free shipping when you use coupon code Loyalty10 (= $10 off) at Abe’s of Maine. Imported = no warranty from Nikon USA.
This Cyber Monday offer expired…
The Cyber Monday deal from the official Olympus store is a 25% off sale on the Olympus Outlet Store with coupon code CYBER25 over there. The coupon expires 12/2/14 at 3am ET but supplies are limited, so items may sell out beforehand. Due to time constraints I cannot price-check everything in the Olympus Outlet store.
The back of the Mike’s Camera weekly circular ad found in today’s mega-thick newspapers loaded with Black Friday ads has a coupon for $20 off on any single item with an in-store purchase of $40 or more. Coupon expires 11/29/14. Limit one per customer, cannot be combined with other offers. Not good towards gift cards.
If you are a member of the My Best Buy rewards program, they sent out an email saying that 20 of their advertised Black Friday deals are now available early by using the promo codes shown in the Black Friday Early Access page. Of camera and photo interest, the early access offers available are:
+ GoPro Hero3+ Silver plus 16GB card and LCD Touch Bacpac for $250
+ two Nikon D7000 bundles
+ cameraphone with microSD: no-contract Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) for Sprint Prepaid for $80
+ you must enter the coupon codes shown on the Black Friday Early Access page for the prices to drop
I don’t know if the coupon codes only work for MyBestBuy rewards members or everyone.
As a refresher these are the camera and photo offers mentioned in the Best Buy Circular Ad (main blog mega-post).
Big Sensor Primes are no longer four-figure luxury cameras. The Ricoh GR is now available for $600 with free shipping at Adorama when you enter coupon code GREMAILOFR over there. To test the coupon, add to cart, proceed to checkout, and look for the part of the page to enter the coupon code. You don’t have to fill up the rest of the information if you just want to test the coupon. This is part of the Adorama semi-secret BF sale.
NewEgg has launched a 72 hour pre-Black-Friday sale where they guarantee prices won’t be lower on Black Friday (or they will price-match them). However, it is not clear whether they are price-matching their own website or the whole internet. Some of the deals require promo codes, and for those to work, you must be signed up to the NewEgg e-mail e-newsletters or be willing to sign-up for them. Of camera and photo interest:
+ Adobe Creative Cloud – Digital Membership [Prepaid 12 Month] for $380 with promo code
+ various hard disks
+ Expires Monday 11pm ET: 5% total order with promo code NAFBF14A at checkout
+ only one promo code will be applied per item per order (in other words, items with dedicated promo codes won’t be eligible to stack general purpose promo codes)
+ promo codes expire at 3am ET on 11/27/14 unless otherwise indicated over there
This sale ended:
If you want to “test” their price-matching guarantee scheme, they offer Corel Paintshop Pro X7 for $40 with Promo code but it currently goes for $33 at Amazon.
If you are subscriber to the Olympus USA (GetOlympus) e-mail newsletters, the Olympus Store survey we mentioned earlier has been extended until Sunday night on 11/30/14. If you take the survey, they will give you a coupon for 5% off your next order at the Olympus USA store. Of interest for items that never or rarely go on sale. Details on the previous post… To be clear, you must be signed up to the Olympus newsletter and have an invitation to fill out the survey in your email. If you are using Priority Inbox or other fancy email organizers, you may have to search for it.