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Save Hundreds on Fuji’s X-Pro1, Canon’s EOS-M3, and Nikon’s D810 {Deal Dash}

By Anthony Thurston on January 18th 2016

Welcome to our Deal Dash segment, where we scour the web for the best deals on camera, lenses, lighting, and other gear for photographers. There are always great deals to be found over on B&H, and Amazon, so make sure to check out those two websites. Today, we wanted to highlight 3 deals below:

Fuji X-Pro1 – Save $300


Sure, the X-Pro2 has been announced, and many will be looking to pick up Fuji‘s latest flagship camera. But, that means some good deals on the current flagship X-Pro1 for the rest of us, starting with this $300 off offer over on B&H.

This gives you a final sale price of just $499, a killer deal if you are interested in seeing why everyone is so enamored with Fuji.

Canon EOS M3 – Save $200


It may not be the most advanced or popular mirrorless camera on the market currently, but Canon’s EOS M3 is actually still a very solid option for those looking to go mirrorless. Canon’s third try at the compact mirrorless camera is by far their best, offering photographers a familiar functionality to their Canon DSLR for a fraction of the size/cost.

What’s more? You can grab one right now for $200 off, for a final sale price of just $479 – a pretty good deal if you ask me. Interested? Grab it over on B&H here.

Nikon D810 – Save $300


Sure, all of you Nikonians are losing your minds over the new D5 and D500, but there are still deals to be had on Nikon’s other great DSLRs. Case in point, Amazon’s current $300 savings off on the Nikon D810, a killer deal on Nikon’s high-resolution DSLR.

Interested? Grab it over on Amazon, here.

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!

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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. robert garfinkle

    Interesting – Nikon takes a bit of a marketing turn. The D4s / D4 – no longer available – “that quickly??” The D3x was still available even back about 4 – 6 months ago even though the 4s / 4 were the new kids on the block and the D5 on the horizon… Yet, B & H are still stocking the D4s etc.

    Their “Pro” camera choices are down to 3, but really only 2 are usable (D810 / D5)

    This is now a trend. Personally, I think it’ll be better for them to offer less, or less than they have been – considering the issue over the last few years, not knowing who their target markets are…

    Models whacked off the buy list in 6 months – D4s / D4 / D3 / D800 / D800e / D7000 / D7100 / any more???

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    • Anthony Thurston

      Personally, I agree that the that less body options (but more features on those limited bodies) is the better strategy. That said, I think the notion that the D810/D5 are the only ‘usable’ pro bodies from Nikon right now is laughable. Do you know how popular the D750 is amongst wedding professionals? I can also tell you that the D500 is going to be VERY popular with the professional wildlife/sports crowd.

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    • robert garfinkle

      I agree – and, I know (about the D750) being a superior animal and a great 1st or go-to camera for wedding / other photography for the pro’s. to me, not just an enthusiast camera.

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