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Save Big On Entry Level Full Frame DSLRs From Canon & Nikon

By Anthony Thurston on February 13th 2015

Full Frame cameras are no longer the wallet slaying beasts they used to be; Sony’s A7 mirrorless cameras have pushed the barrier to entry of FF much lower than traditional DSLRs.


Canon and Nikon have both reduced the pricing on their entry level Full Frame DSLR cameras in an effort to keep the cost as low, or lower, than the Sony mirrorless options. If you still prefer the DSLR lifestyle, we have some deals you will want to check out…

Entry Level Full Frame DSLR Deals

If you happen to prefer the mirrorless lifestyle, you can find some good A7 system discounts here.

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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. Rafael Steffen

    Nikon is the best choice if you are looking for better ISO and Dynamic Range. The D750 is just amazing and delivers 99% of what many photographers need.

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  2. Derek Schwartz

    I know it’s a different market segment, but I’m holding out on the 5D4 (hopefully) announced later this year. For me (and perhaps only me), I’m so used to the ergonomics of my 7D, that the 6D just didn’t feel right. That said, the 6D produces great images and this is a great deal.

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    • Bogdan Roman

      you can already go for 5ds / 5dsr

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    • Derek Schwartz

      You’re right I could…but I’d like some higher ISO performance and potential increased DR – and I don’t personally find any value in the increased resolution for what I shoot. YMMV.

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    • Bogdan Roman

      Derek, why not go for Nikon?

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  3. Stephen Jennings

    Or the Nikon d610 with the 28-300 for $750 off @ $2,299 an excellent all purpose combo to jump to FF.

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  4. Jill Schindel

    Oooh – and free shipping to Canada. Tempted to pull the trigger on the 6D.

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