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By Anthony Thurston on September 25th 2015

Nikon D810 Filmmaker’s Kit

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The Nikon D810 may not be one of the first DSLR cameras that you think of for video work, but that didn’t stop Nikon from offering this killer filmmaker’s kit for the D810. Included in this kit is a 35, 50, and 85mm f/1.8 primes lenses, microphone, and Atomos Ninja external recorder.

Right now, it is also $300 off over at B&H, so head on over and get your savings now.

Leica X (Typ 113)

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Leica. Nuff said. No really though, this Leica is a great little compact camera featuring a 23mm lens and 16MP sensor. It would make a great little street or travel camera, just throw it in your bag and know you are covered.

Save $275 off this Leica X compact camera over on B&H here.

Nikon D610

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Nikon. Full Frame. The Nikon D610 might be their entry level full frame camera offering, but the camera is incredibly powerful. If you have the money, it makes sense to go for the D750, but if your budget is not quite at that level then my Nikon recommendation is the D610, skip the D5300 and D7200, the D610 is your guy.

It is also $500 off right now over on B&H, so head on over there and get a great deal while it lasts!

Samsung NX1

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One would be forgiven for dismissing the NX1, but this is actually a really killer camera, bringing some impressive specs and performance for an incredible price. 4K video, 15FPS burst mode, and a 28MP BSI sensor make this one of the most powerful APS-C offerings on the market.

Jump on over to B&H today and you can snag one of these bad boys for $200 off.

Canon 70D

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Canon’s mid-level APS-C offering is no slouch, with one of the best video AF systems around and great APS-C performance. The 70D is a great option for someone who likes to shoot quality stills and dabble in HD video.

Thanks to some killer savings over on B&H, the body can be yours for under $1000, making it a great option for any budget.

This is our daily deals report where we will feature a deal, or deals, that we think you should know about. Feel free to let us know about any deals you run across by sending me an email (link in my profile) or leaving a comment below!

Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

5 Comments

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  1. Tom Blair

    Have the D300 so i got the d7200……………..now i am think should have gone with the 610 but i like the 1/8000 on the d7200

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  2. Fisnik Islami

    610 my fav

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  3. Bill Bentley

    For anyone looking for FF Canon I notice B&H have the killer $1149, 6D body/PRO-100 printer rebate bundle deal on again. I bought this kit earlier this year. PRO-100 is a very nice printer and you can refill the PRO-100 yourself via inks from Precision Colors (I don’t work for them).

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1046512-REG/canon_eos_6d_dslr_camera.html

    http://www.precisioncolors.com/index.html

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    • Colin Woods

      That’s interesting news, the PRO100 refilling. Is it easy to do or really messy. I used to do my Epson 1280 carts and it was always a real mess. Do you need a chip resetter or do you do that via software? I will be in the market for a new printer soon as said Epson 1280 is pretty much finished, so this is the kind of info I need before I splash the cash.

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    • Bill Bentley

      Hi Colin,
      I made a small error in my post. It’s the PRO-10 model I have, not the PRO-100 offered in the current bundle. The PRO-10 has 10 ink tanks whereas the PRO-100 has 8. They use different cartridges and the method to refill them is different too.

      I actually refilled all the cartridges in my PRO-10 yesterday. It is recommended that when one tank runs out, that you actually go and top-up all the other tanks at the same time. It was the first time I’ve ever refilled a cartridge of any type. I had bought the 10 ink tank c/w chip re-setter from Precision Color and followed the detailed instructions that came with the inks (and also on their web site). The whole process went swimmingly. I made a print afterwards and all looked fine.

      From looking at the refill instructions for the PRO-100 it looks to be a bit more work than the PRO-10. Just view all the videos on the Precision web site and see if it’s something you’re comfortable with. Good luck!

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