The value of free accessories may be diluted when you are buying a $2000 camera or lens, but when you are buying a $150 item, the free accessories are a much higher percentage of the value of a product. Case in point, the new condition Nikon 55-200mm f4-5.6G ED AF-S DX VR II is on sale for $147 at some authorized Nikon authorized dealers.
At Adorama, you can get it for the same price, with free shipping with FREE accessories: the Corel software bundle (five titles, including AfterShot PRO 2 and Paintshop PRO X9 and VideoStudio 9), a 52mm Pro Optic Filter Kit (three filters and a case), and a lens cap tether.
If you don’t want/need the free accessories, you can instead get 4% promotional rewards at B&H Photo for the same price of $147 with free S&H.
Sunday also means another round of featured USED Weekly Sales at KEH has been added. These are eligible for 25% off with permanent coupon KEHDEALS and continue until Friday night of the same week (eg Friday 8/18/17 in this case).
This week includes:
+ USED Nikon D200 Body Only starting at $94.50 after coupon
+ USED Olympus Zuiko 14-45mm F/3.5-5.6 Autofocus Lens For Four Thirds System starting at $36.75 after coupon
+ this is a Four Thirds DSLR lens, not a M43 mirrorless lens
They come with a 180-day KEH warranty and hassle-free returns.
Adorama has received another shipment of refurbished Nikon cameras and lenses, refurbished by Nikon USA with a 90-day warranty. This is the listing of the most recent 22 refurbished options, a mix of cameras new and old. Speaking of old, they have the refurb D2X body only for $850.
A total of 75 refurbished Nikon items are currently available.
Other Sales at Adorama
+ CLEARANCE sale on USED items (9000+ items)
+ Open Box sale (over 9100 options)
+ Overstock Sale (over 7800 items)
If you are looking for middle ground in terms of new vs used for a 35mm full frame Nikon DSLR, Adorama is offering the manufacturer refurbished Nikon D800 body only for $1770 with free shipping and a 90-day Nikon USA warranty.
Lighting action now at Adorama. They are offering the ORLIT RoveLight RT 610 TTL Monolight with On Board Power for $599 with free shipping in the Bowens Mount. The standard version (without a transmitter) gets a free ORLIT 5.5″ Reflector. The Canon version and Nikon version include transceivers fro their respective systems. They all go for $599, which explains why the ones with a transceiver don’t get a free reflector 🙂
We begin a Rokinon Trilogy of posts today, starting with the new condition Rokinon Xeen 24mm T1.5 professional CINE lens on sale for $1900 and earning 10% promotional rewards (about $190 to be spent in future purchases) at B&H Photo and Adorama in the Canon and Nikon SLR systems, the M43rds and Sony E mirrorless systems, and the video-friendly PL mount.
PS: the same price is available at Amazon but no 10% promotional rewards.
No auto-focusing magic with this lens, it is the new condition Rokinon 12mm f/2.8 ED AS IF NCS UMC Fisheye Lens on sale for $399 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Adorama. Some options earn 2% promotional rewards. This is a limited time offer. It is available in the Canon, Nikon (chipped) and Pentax K SLR systems, and in the Sony E mirrorless.
Fisheye time now! The Rokinon 8mm f3.5 HD fisheye lens with removable lens hood is on sale for $190 in the Canon, and $200 in the Nikon, along with 2% promotional rewards and free expedited shipping at B&H Photo.
Hide your wallet. The wide lenses are coming for it! The Sigma 14mm f1.8 DG HSM ART is now in-stock and ready to ship at B&H Photo in the Nikon and Canon systems for $1599 with free expedited shipping. If you have any gift card or other promo credits, don’t forget to use them since the price of this lens will hoover (verb) them all in!
The new condition Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens in the Canon, Nikon and Sigma SLR systems is bundled with the following FREE accessories for its current price of $989 at Adorama as follows:
+ LensAlign MkII Focus Calibration System
+ Bower 95mm Digital Filter Kit, UV, CPL and ND Filter
+ Corel Digital Creative Software Kit – Suite 2 Elite Edition
+ lens cap tether, and cleaning kit
From the big things to the small. It’s the return of an ever-sprawling “$5 Gadget” post!
The new condition Neewer Wireless IR Remote Control Shutter Release ML-L3 for Nikon has trickled down to $4.25, with a limit of up to three units per customer, by Amazon itself where it averages 4 out of 5 based on almost 100 customer reviews.
There is a meta-catch however, this is an ADD-ON item, so you must place a $25+ order in order for Amazon’s shopping cart to let you buy it. The restriction applies to all customers, especially Prime members since the Add-ON program was created to counter the unconditional free 2-day shipping of Prime.
Ideas to help get you to $25+
+ 12pk ACCO Small Binder clips for $0.98 [limit 10 packs per customer]
+ 440pk Avery 0.5-Inch DiameterAssorted Foil Star Labels for $0.98 [limit 90 per customer]
+ 315pk Avery Color Coding Sticker labels for $1.12 [limit 90 sets per customer]
+ Monoprice 18-Inch SATA III 6.0 Gbps Cable with Locking Latch and 90-Degree Plug for $1.66 [limit 30]
+ 6ft RCA audio cable for $1.83 [limit 27 per customer]
+ Palmolive Dish Liquid, Essential Clean, Apple Pear, 28 Fluid Ounce for $1.97 [limit three per customer]
+ 250pk Springhill, Digital Card White, 110lb, Letter, 8.5 x 11, 92 Bright for $2.26 after $4 off CLIP-ON coupon
+ Yogi Tea, Honey Lavender Stress Relief, 16 Count for $3.22 [limit 10 per customer]
+ AmazonBasics In-Ear Headphones with Universal Mic for $3.43 [other colors for slightly more]
+ 18pk (36 count) Nature Valley Mega Pack for $4 after $2 off CLIP-ON coupno
+ Road Rage Adult coloring book for $4 [limit 30 per customer; has plenty of swear words]
+ DIO, “Holy Diver” Audio CD with AutoRIP MP3 for $4.99
+ this post is going out of control. HELP!
Every Sunday, KEH Camera refreshes their Weekly Featured Deals that are eligible for 25% off discount using coupon code KEHDEALS over there. The coupon offers expire on Friday night of the same week.
One of the options there is the used Nikon D300 Body only with used prices starting at $248. Using the coupon KEHDEALS drops the price to $186. Be sure to change the condition and notes on each used options there. Note also that supplies of used items vary over time as more used units arrive, and more used units get sold. Shipping is extra.
As fate would have it, the Nikon D300 was released exactly ten years ago, August 2007 🙂
You can enter the coupon and a zipcode to see the prices without signing-up or logging-in. This is what happens in the shopping cart when you add the camera and the coupon and enter a zipcode to get a shipping estimate:
Items purchased at KEH come with a 180-day non-transferable warranty and hassle-free returns. This is obviously factored in the prices when you are comparing to eBay or other places.
As you can see at the just updated Stock Status Tracker, the Nikon D7500 body only goes for $1250 in new condition at authorized dealers.
But if you are willing to go the open-box route from a reputable dealer, B&H Photo offers the Nikon D7500 body only in Open-Box Condition with the full manufacturer warranty for $1120 with free expedited shipping. B&H is a well-known camera and photo retailer, so it’s as lower risk purchase.
Speaking of Nikon, their bitter rival’s latest camera, the Canon 6D Mark II is out of stock at most of the retailers we track, except for B&H Photo where it remains in-stock for its starting price of $2000.
We have another in-stock alert at B&H Photo, they have the Godox AD360II-C WISTRO TTL Portable Flash in-stock and ready to ship for $399 with free expedited shipping in the Canon and Nikon systems… Or you can get them in the Power Pack kit for $499 which includes the Godox PROPAC PB960 Lithium-Ion Flash Power Pack, also in Canon and Nikon systems…
Back to the eBay Deals we go, where the Beach Camera ebay store is offering the manufacturer refurbished Nikon D3400 Two-Lens Kit with the 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR DX AF-P and 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED DX AF-P non-VR lenses going for $400 with free shipping and a 90-day Nikon USA warranty. This is only available in the black color scheme at the moment. Limit five sets per customer. Over 2200 units have been sold from this listing.
PS: if interested in this camera, don’t forget to first opt-in to the 6% eBay Bucks promotion if you are eligible for it.
KEH Camera has Weekly Featured Deals and you can get 25% off those weekly specials using coupon code KEHDEALS over there. As of the time of writing, the options include the Nikon D7000 body only, and the 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 G ED DX AF-P lens. Prices before the coupon start at $367 and $228 respectively. Prices vary by condition and available stock. Their weekly deals run Sunday though Friday each week. So these offers are good until Friday night.
Good news if you are interested in the Sigma 14mm f1.8 DG ART HSM lens! All three versions of the lens (Canon, Nikon, Sigma SLR systems) are in-stock and ready to ship at its starting price of $1599 with free shipping at Adorama.
At B&H Photo, they have the Canon EF version in-stock for the same price.
At Amazon some 3rd-party sellers have some versions in some kits, for example, Cameta has the Canon EF version bundled with a handful of accessories going for the same price (ships directly from Cameta but Prime-members get Prime-like free delivery).
The new condition Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 EX DC OS HSM is on sale for $369 with free shipping at B&H Photo with 4% promotional rewards, or if prefer free lens-accessories, you can get it for the same price at Adorama. This is available in the Canon, Nikon and Sigma SLR systems with OS (optical image stabilization) and in the Pentax and Sony A without OS.
The new condition Sigma 105mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM in the Canon and Nikon systems is on sale for $569 with free shipping and 4% promotional rewards at B&H Photo or with free extra lens-accessories instead at Adorama. Or if you are a Prime member, you can get 5% back if you pay with one of Amazon’s own payment vehicles (Chase VISA or Store credit card).
Sunday is here, and some of the Nikon lenses are on sale as part of the Instant Savings promotions as such:
+ Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8G ED FX AF-S for $1797 (limit 3)
+ Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S for $1700 (limit 3)
+ Nikon 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED DX AF-S for $947 (limit 3)
+ Nikon 24mm f/1.8G ED FX AF-S for $697 (limit 3)
If you are comfortable with used lenses, and don’t want to pay $1499 for the new condition, fear not, B&H Photo also has used options for you. The Zeiss 135mm f2 Sonnar T* in the Canon EF mount (ZE) is available in “USED – Condition 8+” for $1100 at B&H Photo, while the prices start at $1200 in “USED – Condition 9” in the Nikon F mount (ZF.2).
Used items carry a 90-day warranty covered by B&H Photo. For all their used options, look under the “In The Box” section (right hand side, further down the page over there) to see what’s included.
As usual, it is up to you to decide where to draw the price vs risk lines on new vs refurbished vs used.
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
Ooooops, this got buried in yesterday’s Nikon D850 pre-announcement and I forgot to post it separately, but forgot no more! If you need a Nikon 35mm full frame DSLR now in the D8XX series, you don’t want to wait to see what the D850 will bring, and you don’t want to pay the big bucks for it, Adorama is offering the manufacturer refurbished Nikon D810 body only for $1997 with free expedited shipping. The new condition D810 goes for $2800 at authorized dealers.
Another alternative if you want an FX DSLR now but don’t want to wait or pay new-condition older-generation price, the manufacturer refurbished Nikon Df with 50mm f1.8G Special for $1795 with free shipping at Adorama.
Manufacturer refurbished Nikon camera gear at Adorama come with a 90-day Nikon USA warranty.
All these of course are luxuries, because the Nikon D40 is the only DSLR you’ll ever need 🙂
If you are looking for a Nikon APS-C camera body in the D5XXX series and don’t want/need the kit lenses that typically come bundled with it, and if you are comfortable with manufacturer refurbished DSLRs that come with a 90-day warranty from Nikon USA, then you can get the manufacturer refurbished Nikon D5300 body only for $380 at Adorama or if you have eBay gift cards or eBay Bucks to spend, you can get it from Adorama on eBay (limit two per buyer).
Speaking of manufacturer refurbished Nikon DSLR gear, Adorama has 30+ of them on sale, a mix of DSLRs, lenses and Coolpixies.
Speaking of Nikon, Adorama has bundled with additional free accessories on select new condition Nikon Lenses (nine options, mix of primes and zooms).
As part of the 100 Year Nikon Anniversary festivities, Nikon officially announced that a new 35mm full frame DSLR is coming. It will be the D850, and it will replace the D810. More details on the D850 will be announced at a later date per Nikon.
UPDATE: a placeholder page has been created for the camera at B&H Photo. More details as they get revealed by Nikon…
Nikon released a “hype video” for the D850, YouTube-embedded below:
DECISION MAKING PROCESS CHANGING after D850
So this changes the decision making progress for anyone interested in getting a 35mm full frame Nikon DSLR. As you can see in the Full Frame Cameras Price Chart, Nikon full frame DSLRs range from $1500 to $8000. The D810 that will be replaced by the D850 goes for $2800, while the Df is at $2750. The D810A (astro) goes for $3800.
So, strategically this means, if you are willing to pony up money for a brand new Df or D810, you night as well wait and see what the D850 will offer and how much will it cost.
On the other hand, if you need a 35mm full frame DSLR at the Df/D810 level right now and don’t want to wait for an anniversary pig in an anniversary poke, going the manufacturer refurbished route for the Df and the D810 seems like a reasonable financial and cameraholic decision versus buying them in new condition at full price.
That’s because the manufacturer refurbished prices are decidedly lower than the new condition:
+ manufacturer refurbished Nikon Df with 50mm f1.8G Special for $1795 at Adorama
+ manufacturer refurbished Nikon D810 body only for $1997 at Adorama
The sales keep on coming at B&H Photo! Now it is the new condition Tamron SP 70-200mm f2.8 Di VC USD going for $949 with free expedited shipping in the Canon, Nikon and Sony A SLR systems. You also earn 4% promotional rewards which comes out to around $36 you can spend in future B&H purchases.
There’s a lot more at the latest Featured Sales, be sure to check them out as I can’t post every single one of them!
And now an F2 zoom temptation! They said it couldn’t be done but it has been done at the APS-C level. An f2 PRO zoom lens! The Tokina AT-X 14-20mm f/2 PRO DX is currently on sale for a limited time for $599 with free expedited shipping at B&H Photo in your choice of Nikon or Canon, along with 4% promotional rewards (around $24) to be spent in future B&H purchases…
For more sales, check the latest B&H featured deals…
PS: this is blog-certified to be Tokina, not Tamron; this is blog-certified to be f2, not f2.8 [this is now needed after my Fuji 35mm confusion] 🙂
If you are not tempted by the latest generation Tamron 150-600mm in the previously mentioned Tamron Solar Eclipse offer for Canon, Nikon and Sony A systems, and you instead prefer the first generation of the lens, without any solar eclipse accessories…
… then you can get the new condition Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD for $869 with free shipping in the Canon, Nikon and Sony A systems at B&H Photo (with 4% promotional rewards) and at Amazon by Amazon itself (limit 3 per mount per customer; 5% back for Prime members paying with Prime cards)…
If you want to use the first generation lens for solar eclipse purposes, you can always purchase the appropriate filters and glasses separately. Or Nikon shooters can get the ready-made bundle from B&H Photo (only freebie are the $5 glasses vs buying lens + filter separately).
If you are looking for solar eclipse bundles, B&H Photo has a limited time Tamron promotion that bundles the Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 lens with the Tamron Marumi 95mm DHG ND-100000 Solid Neutral Density 5.0 Solar Eclipse Filter (16.5 Stops) and a 5-pk of solar eclipse glasses, all together for $1499 with free expedited shipping.
The lens goes for $1399 on its own, and the Marumi filter goes for $299 on its own, so you are getting a $200 combined purchase discount. The glasses are just $5, so they are a rounding error considering the price 🙂
PRO TIP: if you are not familiar with the B&H Photo website, locate the “In the Box” section on the right hand side of their website, further down, to see what items are included with your purchase. They typically do a great job of showing the accessories by the manufacturer and then the items/accessories that may be included as a bundle or “free with purchase” promotions.
If you don’t want/need the Marumi filter, the lens without the two “solar accessories” is bundled with typical lens-y free accessories at Adorama (Corel software, filter kit, etc).
This 1-day coupon expired. If you missed it, fear not! They will likely have more coupons in the future…
If you are interested in buying used Nikon cameras or lenses or accessories, Tuesday is a good day to do so, because coupon code NIK07A gets you 5% off Nikon cameras, 10% off Nikon lenses, and 15% off accessories at the KEH website. If you are not certain whether an item qualifies, simply add item to cart and enter the coupon and see what happens. The shopping cart is the ultimate decider on the final price 🙂
The Nikon 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VR goes for $400 at authorized dealers which are allowed to include free accessories with it, such as Adorama.
But if you are comfortable with imported grey-market white-box lenses without a warranty, then to the eBay Deals we go, where eBay seller “Photo Video 4 Less” (100%, New York) is offering it in new condition white-box no-warranty condition for half the price, $200 with free shipping.
Needless to say this is a higher risk purchase, so if you don’t feel comfortable without any warranty, do not buy!
If you want to get the Nikon Df with the Special Edition lens but don’t want to pay the full new condition price, fear not! Adorama comes to the rescue, they are offering the manufacturer refurbished Nikon Df with 50mm f1.8G Special Edition for $1795 with free shipping and a 90-day Nikon USA warranty.
This kit in new condition goes for $3000, so that’s certainly a big price difference to tilt the scales towards the manufacturer refurbished. This is the black Nikon Df. The silver Nikon Df is not available in this option.
But that’s not all. Adorama has launched a number of other promotions as follows:
+ DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter w/ 4K HD Camera + 2 Extra Batteries + Charging Hub for $999
+ expires 7/24/17
+ 3 Legged Thing Albert Carbon Fiber Travel Tripod System with AirHed 360 Ball Head for $340
+ expires 7/30/17
+ Asus Zenbook Pro 15.6″ Ultra HD 4K Touchscreen Notebook for $1375
+ Intel i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GTX 960M 2G, 512GB SSD, Windows 10
+ expires 7/31/17
+ Asus Chromebook 13.3″ Full HD (4GB, 64GB) for $269
+ Dell Alienware 15 R2 15.6″ 4K Ultra Touchscreen Quad Core Gaming Notebook for $1069
+ Intel i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M 3GB GDDR5, Windows 10
+ expires 7/30/17
New promotion has now gone live at B&H Photo, the new condition Tokina 14-20mm f2 PRO DX [CORRECTED LINK] along with $24~ in promotional rewards is offered for $599 with free expedited shipping at B&H Photo in the Nikon and Canon systems.
PS: this blog-post is blog-certified to be Tokina, not Tamron 🙂
PRO zoom action now! The Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO OS HSM is bundled with a different set of freebies for $1299 with free expedited shipping at a couple of retailers. The lens is available in the Canon, Nikon and Shiguma SLR systems.
At B&H Photo you get Sigma APO Teleconverter 2x EX DG for Canon EF and 4% promotional rewards. 4% may sound like a small number, but 4% of $1300 is $52~ to use in future B&H purchases. Not a small amount!
At Adorama you get the Sigma 2x EX DG APO Tele-Converter along with the FocusShifter LensShifter Grip Handle, and 77mm Pro-Optic filter kit, Corel software bundle, lens shade, lens pen, and cleaning kit.
An 18-300mm lens is going to be the definition of a compromise, so it’s up to you to decide where you draw the line on convenience and flexibility and such. Which brings us to the Sigma 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM Contemporary on sale for $399 with free shipping and extras depending on retailer. The lens is available in the five surviving SLR systems (Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony A, Sigma SA).
At B&H Photo, you get the Sigma 72mm Protector Filter and 4% promotional rewards (around $16).
At Adorama you get a ProOptic 72mm filter kit, a lens pouch, a lens cap tether, and a cleaning kit.
If you are comfortable buying used f2.8 PRO zoom APS-C lenses, the previously mentioned Amazon Warehouse Deals Bargain Bin Clearance includes the Tamron AF 17-50mm F/2.8 SP XR Di II VC lens as follows:
+ the Canon EF mount is available in “Used – Very Good” condition (check each individual listing) for $203 with free shipping
+ the Nikon F mount has only one listing, “Used – Good” condition for $252~ with free shipping
The above two links are filtered so they only show the options sold and shipped by Amazon Warehouse Deals itself (in other words, Amazon proper). If you want to compare prices to the other Amazon Warehouse Deals sellers, here are the two links un-filtered:
PS: in Tamron-speak, “Di II” is an APS-C lens, and “VC” is optical image stabilization (VC = vibration correction).
As you may recall from our recent 35mm Full Frame Cameras Price Chart, the Nikon D750 body only goes for $1800 at authorized dealers, which are allowed to bundle it with free items, eg free 1-Year Photographers Cloud at B&H Photo.
But if you want to pay less, and you are comfortable with refurbished, you can get it in refurbished condition with a 90-day warranty for $1399 at B&H Photo.
On the other hand, if you are comfortable with imported/grey-market cameras, then to the eBay Deals we boldly go (where a CBS All Access subscription is not necessary) where eBay seller “6ave” (99.1%, New Jersey) is offering the new condition imported/grey-market Nikon D750 body only for $1290 with free shipping. Limit three per buyer. It comes with a 1-year warranty from the seller “6ave”, not Nikon USA.
As you can see, there are options, and that’s before you factor in the used market. It is good to have options ~ just ask anyone without options 🙂
We have another Tokina lens sale, and again, the sale is restricted to only one of the options. The Nikon F mount version of the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 PRO DX-II is on sale for a limited time for $430 with free shipping at B&H Photo along with 4% promotional rewards ($17~ to be used in future B&H purchases). Expiration date unknown.
We have a bit of a mini theme, a trio of lens adapters and converters of sorts. We start with the ones that using magic (or mayhaps science) to offer autofocusing. It is a sale on two Vello Accelerator Lens Adapters for $199 each. These allow you to connect a Nikon F or Canon EF lens to a Sony E-mount camera. Check specs and reviews and forums if you are not familiar with the trade-offs of these. This is a limited time promotion (I do not know when it expires).
It would be nice if we could have every lens we ever wanted, but reality often disagrees. Compromises such as teleconverters can be an option. The Vivitar 1.4x Teleconverter is on sale for $70 with free shipping, for a limited time, at B&H Photo in your choice of Canon EF or Nikon F.
Prime time for APS-C Nikon shooters. The new condition 35mm f1.8G DX is bundled with a 52mm ProOptic filter kit, and a lens-cap tether, and a cleaning and $6.68 promotional rewards at Adorama… The same price is available but with only a Nikon cleaning kit and promotional rewards as freebies at B&H Photo…
They are now LIVE! A new round of Nikon Lenses Instant Rebates are live at B&H as follows:
+ F2.8 ZOOMS: 14-24/G for $1700, 24-70/2.8G for $1700, 70-200/2.8E VR for $2600
+ ZOOMS: 12-24mm f4G for $950
+ PRIMES: 10.5/2.8G fish for $600, 24/1.8G for $700, 28/1.8G for $600, 35/1.8G DX for $167, 50/1.4G for $400, etc
+ they also get 4% promotional rewards
The Rokinon Lens Coupon Party continues with the Rokinon 85mm f1.4 at Amazon. After the clip-on coupon is factored in, the prices drop to $207 in Pentax K, $232 in Canon and Fuji X, and M43rds, and $240 in Sony A and Sony E and Olympus Four Thirds, and $263 in Canon AE and Nikon AE.
The Nikon and Samsung NX options are sold out and cannot be ordered. Offer expires 7/11/17 PM (or earlier for any options that sell out and cannot be ordered).
More clip-on lens coupon action at Amazon, it is the Rokinon 24mm F/1.4 lens dropping 20% off its current price when you clip-on the coupon. This must be sold and shipped by Amazon itself. After the coupon is factored it, the prices drop to $375 in Four Thirds (yes, the DSLR system), $391 in Fuji X, $400 in Micro Four Thirds, and $440 in Canon and Nikon DSLR systems and the Sony E system. Coupon expires 7/11/17 PM.