Looking for a new DSLR camera? And want to buy such an item for less than what you normally would be paying? When it comes to consumer electronics, retailer specials never take a day off â most deals may only be valid for a limited period of time, but old discounts get replaced by new ones, and the cycle goes on and repeats itself 365 days a year. That said, we canât promise you how long these DSLR cameras will be selling at lower prices, but thereâs sure to be a deal for you on Fryâs and other related retailer websites, no matter what time of the year you decide to go bargain-hunting.
Though, many of the under-$1,000 cameras on Fryâs are selling at full retail, it is possible to purchase a camera that normally retails for more than $1,000, but is selling for under that amount as part of Fryâs discounts. The Nikon D5200, for instance, costs $1,099.95 full retail with an 18-105 millimeter lens bundled in, but this combo now costs only $946.95, or $153 off. Specs and features include a 24.1-megapixel DX CMOS sensor, Nikonâs proprietary EXPEED 3 image processor, a 39-point autofocus system, Full HD video support, and expandable ISO from 100-25,600.
The Canon EOS 60D, which regularly costs $899.99, is also selling for less, and as one of the few cheaper DSLRs among Fryâs specials, buyers can now get it for just $699.99. With that you get an 18-megapixel censor, a DIGIC 4 image processor, a 3-inch Clear View LCD, and expandable ISO from 100 to 12,800.
The Nikon D7100 moves us slightly up the pricing scale, and is currently selling for $1,296.95, making it $300 cheaper than its regular pricing of $1,596.95. This bundle also includes a NIKKOR 18-105 mm f/3.5-5.6 VR DX lens, while camera specs and features include a 24.1-megapixel CMOS sensor, EXPEED 3 technology, 1080p Full HD video recording, and a 51-point autofocus.
The Nikon D5300 is also in this price range, selling for $1,096.95 instead of its normal price tag of $1,396.95 â likewise, it also includes a 24.2-megapixel sensor, but with a newer EXPEED 4 image processor as a key feature.
We might as well include the Canon Rebel T5i bundle with 18-135 millimeter lens in this price category, even if its sale price is a dollar short of $1,000, instead of the usual $1,049. The Rebel T5i includes an 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, a DIGIC 5 image processor, ISO 100-12,800 (expandable to 25,600), and 1080p Full HD video recording.
Weâve mostly focused on Nikon and Canon cameras, being that theyâre the two most common DSLR brands available on retailer deals. However, the Sony a (alpha) SLT-A65VK DSLR shows that DSLR shoppers have more than just Canon and Nikon to choose from. As one final consideration for this recap, buyers can purchase this camera for $598, or $200 less than the regular price of $798. The camera includes a 24.3-megapixel sensor, Translucent Mirror Technology, a 15-point auto focus, and a 18-55 millimeter zoom lens bundled in with the camera.
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