In just one more day, it will be the Fourth of July, and we can guess youâre planning to celebrate Americaâs independence by shopping for some electronics discounts. But why go for the obvious and purchase a new phone when you just got your current device a few months back? Why spend on a tablet when you probably donât need one anyway? Retailers will always emphasize these popular consumer electronics devices, but at the end of the day, itâs more rewarding to think out of the box and see how âotherâ tech items can be of use to your daily life.
For example, HDTVs are great if you want maximum enjoyment from sports, HD movies, and the like, while laptops could be a natural progression for desktop PC users if you need a machine you can easy take along with you and use while on the go.
Cameras are also on the so-called âall-underrated teamâ when talking about consumer electronics, and Target happens to be one of the retailers that is selling all types cameras at discounted prices as we get ready for the Fourth of July. Without further ado, letâs take a look at Targetâs DSLR, point-and-shoot, and camcorder deals for the week, as the retailer is offering specials on Canon cameras ahead of tomorrowâs big holiday.
Available point-and-shoot cameras as of today include several Canon PowerShot variants, including the ELPH135, which comes with a 16-megapixel sensor and 8x optical zoom. The camera comes in four colors and is selling for $99.99, a $20 discount off the original price of $119.99.
The PowerShot SX-510, on the other hand, comes with a 12.1-megapixel sensor and 30x optical zoom, and just as you may expect, it costs a lot more than the former camera. However, that doesnât mean you canât get it for less, as Target is offering this shooter for $199.99, or $50 off the original price of $249.99.
Lastly, the ELPH 150 IS boasts of a 20-megapixel sensor and 10x optical zoom, and is going to set you back by $129.99, or $20 less than the list price of $149.99.
Canon DSLR options include the EOS Rebel T5i, which comes with an 18-megapixel sensor and a bundled-in 18-55 millimeter lens. Pricing is now $749.99, but Target is discounting the Rebel T5i temporarily and now offering it for $649.99.
And if you want to go cheaper than that, the EOS Rebel T3i also comes with an 18-megapixel sensor and 18-55 millimeter lens, and costs just $549.99 instead of the usual $599.99.
On the more premium side of things, DSLR options also include the EOS 70D ($1,149, reg. price $1,349.99) and the EOS 6D ($2,299, reg. price $2,499.99).
Weâve saved some of the biggest discounts for last, and thatâs where Targetâs Canon camcorder specials come in; shoppers will have to click on each camcorder listed on the retailer website to view pricing, but at least you wonât have to enter any personal information to get further details. The Canon VIXIA HF R500 is currently selling for $249.99 (reg. price $399.99), while another 1080p-capable camcorder, the VIXIA HF R52, is also selling for $150 off, with a discounted price of $399.99 and a list price of $549.99. No, camcorders arenât as popular as they used to be, but if this is your camera type of choice, Targetâs can surely help you save more than a little.
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