To save you the time, we the kind folk at Kinotika are sharing the Black Friday camera deals 2017 that we have found having scoured the internet.
The deals are in brand alphabetical order. Not all brands are going for it this time around – nothing from Fujifilm, GoPro, Panasonic, Pentax or Sony. However, many third party websites such as Adorama and BH Photo Video have deals on these brands.
Have a browse and here’s hoping you find a good deal this Black Friday.
Canon Black Friday camera deals
There are plenty of deals to find on Canon camera gear, in particular, refurbished models. You can get a saving of $630 on a refurbished EOS 80D and 18-55mm bundle, now for $1,000.
A new EOS Rebel T6 Grey 3-lens bundle has seen a $470 price crash, now available for $500. What a deal. Other deals include a refurbished Powershot SX530 HS bridge camera, which is a steal at $140.
You can also get fantastic deals on printers, with many at least 60% off. The PIXMA MX922 is $70 and PIXMA TS6020 Wireless printer is $50.
Hurry while the deals are still valid on the Canon USA website.
Nikon Black Friday camera deals
There a some huge price crashes on Nikon camera kits. Two of the best deals are for a Nikon D3400 and a Nikon D750.
You can get a Nikon D3400 Double Zoom lens kit for under $500 – that’s a saving of $400! Another stand out deal is a $1,500 saving on a Nikon D750 with 24-120mm f/4 lens kit – that’s under $2,000 which has to be the cheapest deal we’ve seen yet for this camera.
Some impressive deals on stand alone lenses include $200 off the 55-200mm f/4-5.6 lens which will costs $150.
There are plenty of other deals, all of which can be found on the Black Friday page on Nikon’s website.
Olympus Black Friday camera deals
Olympus has knocked $300 off the price of its flagship micro-four-thirds mirrorless camera, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II. You can now get the camera new for the best ever price of $1,700. If you buy the camera with the E-M1 Mark II UW housing there is additional saving on the housing of $300, down from $1,300 to $1,000.
There are plenty of deals on lenses too. Most Pro lenses have a saving of $200. However, we think the best deals are on Olympus prime lenses which also have $200 off. You can get the M.Zuiko 30mm f/3.5 Macro lens for an absolute steal of $100, the M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8 for $200 and the M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8 lens for $300. Now is the time to buy for sure!
All these deals can be found on the Olympus website.
Palette Gear Black Friday deals
You may not have heard of the Palette Gear. Basically it’s a customisable controller to speed up editing. Each kit includes modules; sliders, dials and buttons. This Black Friday, Palette Gear are offering bonus modules, throwing in one bonus module in the Expert Kit and two bonus modules in its Professional kit. Individually these modules would cost anywhere between $30 and $50.
Panasonic Black Friday camera deals
If you don’t mind getting a previous generation model, there are some great prices around, not least of which for the Panasonic Lumix GH4. On the bhphotovideo.com the camera costs $900 with a Rode VideoMic Pro included or the V-Log Kit – that’s a saving of $600!
Sigma Black Friday deals
A slightly modest offering from Sigma, but if you are already on the look out for one of the fine Sigma Art series lenses, then most are reduced by $100 on the Sigma website. This includes some of the latest offerings, such as the 135mm f/1.8 ART and the 20mm f/1.4 ART.
Sony Black Friday camera deals
The original in the full-frame mirrorless cameras from Sony may be getting on a bit now, but $800 for a Sony a7 is a great deal. It’s available at this price on a few sites through till Monday, including Adorama. If you’d like the camera with the FE 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 lens that’ll set you back $1,000 – another solid deal from Adorama.