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Big Savings on Lexar CF Cards, Impact Octoboxs, and Phillips 4K Monitors in Today’s Deal Dash.

By Anthony Thurston on July 14th 2015

This is our daily deals report where we will feature a deal, or deals, which we think you should know about.

Lexar 128GB CF Card 2-Pack

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If you are still shooting with a camera that uses CF cards, then this is a deal that may interest you. Lexar 128GB CF card 2-Packs are currently $165 off at B&H, meaning you can get two, brand new, and very fast, CF cards for under $200.

If you are interested, you can get your hands on this deal over on B&H here.

Impact LuxBanx 84″ Octobox

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Let’s face it; as far as lighting goes, bigger is usually better in terms of soft, flattering light. This impact LuxBanx 84″ Octobox is the perfect solution for those of you looking to get a nice and big light for your new portrait studio or lighting kit.

Normally over $460, right now you can get your hands on this 84″ Octobox for just $299. That is a full $170 in savings! If you are interested, head on over to B&H and grab one here.

Phillips 28″ 4K Monitor

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Nothing beats processing images on a high resolution display. The extra screen real estate allows you to see more of your image while editing, and allows for more convenient layouts of tools while post-processing.

This Phillips 4K monitor is normally over $699, but right now you can get your hands on one for under $450, saving you an impressive $250. $450 is less than you would spend on a lens, so why not upgrade your monitor and take your post-production to another level!

Grab this deal over on B&H here.

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.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Josiah Dewey

    I need to upgrade my monitor.

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  2. brian del prado

    i own this display, pretty rad but no point in owning it if you don’t have the right video card to get the full experience out of your buck

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  3. robert s

    “This Phillips 4K monitor is normally over $699, but right now you can get your hands on one for under $450, saving you an impressive $250. $450 is less than you would spend on a lens, so why not upgrade your monitor and take your post-production to another level!”

    use that $250 savings so you can buy a $400 gpu that can support the monitor. $450 will cost you $850. thumbs up.

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    • Anthony Thurston

      Even $150 GPU’s support 4K output these days. I wouldn’t game in 4K on those, but the $150 cards are plenty enough to post-produce images with.

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    • Justin Haugen

      If you’re serious enough to buy a 4k display, i would think you’d have a modern video card with a display port to support the display. It’s not that uncommon.

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    • robert s

      you’d think the person knows they need a decent gpu. but that isnt the case with many people who dont know much about hardware. theyll buy the 4k screen, take it home connect and wont know why it wont work or has performance issues.

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    • Dave Haynie

      It’s not just DisplayPort that’s needed to control a 4K display. Most of the somewhat older GPUs just don’t have display hardware that supports more than 2560×1600… that’s just where most companies drew the line. Even a fairly cheap current card will handle this (but do check), a super expensive older card with many DisplayPort outputs probably will not.

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  4. Brandon Dewey

    Great deals

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