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Deal Alert: Canon T3i with a 18-55mm and 75-300mm lenses for $599

B&H Photo has the Canon T3i with a 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS and a 75-300MM f/4-5.6 III lens for $599 (price will update in cart), this package also comes with a 16GV SDHC memory card.

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Save $550 on a Nikon D7000 bundle

872033B&H is offering the Nikon D7000 with an 18-200mm DX VR II lens and a lots of accessory’s including 50mm f/1.8D for $1496.95 which is a $550 savings.  If you order by 4:30PM you should receive your camera in time for Christmas. There is a similar package on Amazon, but it doesn’t come with the 50mm lens and the battery grip.


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Canon 5D Mark II for only $1529

canon_eos_5d_markIIThe Canon 5D Mark II, is currently selling for $1529 on Amazon. The 5D Mark II was replaced by the 5D Mark III earlier this year, although the 5D Mark III is an improvement, it is also twice the price.

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Save $700 on the Nikon D600

Nikon D600The Nikon D600 is currently selling on Amazon for $1996.95, which is a $700 savings. The package comes with a 24-85mm  f/3.5-4.5G ED VR Lens, 32 GB SD card, a camera backpack, free shipping, $100 gift card for Class on Demand and 2% back. B&H Photo has a similar deal, but it comes with a Lowepro bag, SanDisk 32GB SDHC card, a monopod and a spare battery.

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10 Great Gifts for the Photographer on Your List

Gifts for Photographers

1. Digital Photo Frame
There’s nothing quite like seeing prints of your photographs for the first time, but sometimes you just need another way to show off your images without having to frame them all. This frame looks like it could hang with the rest of the photos and is a great alternative for someone who is constantly shooting.

2. 500px Plus/Awesome Account
The rapidly growing online photography community, 500px, helps photographers showcase their work while connecting with others and finding inspiration. Give your favourite shutterbug the gift of unlimited uploads and sign them up for an upgraded account.

3. Into Focus Lens Mug
Photographers eat, sleep, and breathe their craft. Now they can drink it too. This lens mug is a fun gift for the truly obsessed cameraperson.

4. SD Card
A commonly overlooked but no-brainer gift, an SD card is a great way to support your image enthusiast’s work. You will never hear anyone complain about having too much image storage and this 32g SanDisk card should do the trick.

5. Camera Keychain
A cute trinket, this keychain accessory is a fun way for someone to show off their obsession without having to wear a camera around their neck. It even makes a shutter sound and has an LED “flash”!

6. GorillaPod
For the photographer who loves to get that crazy angle or hates carrying around a full tripod, JOBY’s GorillaPod is a lifesaver. Sturdy enough to support an SLR with a zoom lens, the GorillaPod’s three legs can be wrapped around almost anything, creating the potential for truly unique perspectives.

7. 100 Ideas That Changed Photography
Creating can be tough, especially in a bustling industry. It is inevitable that, like all artists, a photographer will find themselves in a rut one day.  This book explains 100 concepts that changed photography over the years, giving new inspiration from the origins of the craft.

8. 50mm f/1.8 Lens
Whether they’re shooting Canon, Nikon, or anything else, this lens is a must for any photographer. The low aperture capabilities are essential to creating captivating portraits with blown-out backgrounds and highlighting key focal points. Check out the Nikon lens or the Canon lens.

9. Right Angle Mirror Spy Lens
For the photographer who isn’t quite comfortable approaching strangers or drawing their attention, this super spy lens is super handy. While the photographer aims the lens at one subject, it is actually taking a picture of whatever is 90 degrees to the left or right.

10. 4 Piece Filter Set
Of the many add-ons a photographer can use to create a specific look, filters are one of the easiest and most cost effective. This set contains the four most commonly used filters a photographer could want.

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