There are only a few weeks left until Christmas (and even less time if you're celebrating one of December's other holidays). If the space under your tree still looks a little barren, consider grabbing one or more of these crowd-pleasing, Editors' Choice camera deals. We've got deals for shutterbugs of all stripes, including $575 in savings on a jam-packed Canon DSLR bundle, a Nikon D5100 for under $500, and a Canon PowerShot for just $42.
Hello, budding photographer! These Black Friday camera deals on DSLR bundles, point-and-shoot models, and more are all Editors' Choices. Get a WiFi-enabled point-and-shoot camera for $130 or choose an entry-level DLSR for as little as $270. But you'll have to act fast, because these camera deals will be gone in a flash.
Canon revolutionized the digital SLR market almost a decade ago with its release of the first DSLR priced under $1,000. Now, with the new EOS Rebel SL1, Canon has introduced the smallest and lightest DSLR on the market — a camera that will not only challenge other entry-level DSLRs, but will compete with some mirrorless models as well. But is it as consumer-friendly as it seems?
Full-frame sensor are typically associated with very high-end digital SLR cameras, with equally high price tags. But recent debuts from Canon and Nikon include a full-frame censor at a much lower price point. So what does this technology do for your photography, and will we soon see new price lows on full-frame DSLRs?
Giz Wiz Dick DeBartolo is back with five more of his favorite gadgets. This week, he gives us the low-down on a must-have series of laptops, solar lights, and even a plush teddy bear speaker that dances as it plays music.
Has your iPhone camera let you down? Perhaps the novelty of your tiny digital camera from 2007 has also worn off? Don't miss capturing the magic of the moment! We've found deals on digital cameras and carrying cases that are best suited for the intermediate photographer.
Recently, we offered a secondary lens guide for readers looking to take their photography to the next level. And now, equipped with that second (or third, or fourth!) lens, in addition to your camera body and kit lens, you may see a need for the right camera bag to carry them all.
By Lindsay Sakraida, dealnews Features Director
Photo illustration by Jeff Somogyi
Yesterday, news spread that Newt Gingrich's campaign had decided to charge $50 a pop for photographs taken with him at a campaign speech in Delaware. Now, we don't report on political issues, as we are, after all, a shopping website. But we do report on deals. And we just couldn't help but point out that there are some more thrifty options available for our Republican readers out there.
Photography has become more and more popular a hobby, and it's no wonder: Cameras just keep getting better and better, yet remain surprisingly affordable in a great many instances. From Olympus to Sony, we've fixed our deal-finding telephoto lens on five cameras you won't want to overlook.
A lot of people thought that digital photography would make physical photographs obsolete. But it seems people still want photos to hold onto, to press into a scrapbook, or to stuff in a shoebox. In fact, the competition between photo printing services is so fierce that vendors, from pharmacy chain stores to exclusively online picture services, are vying for your business with enticing promotions. We look at six deal-friendly photo printing services to see what they have to offer for the money.
The holidays are upon us, and there are only two weekends left before the big gifts get unveiled. Start preserving your memories now with some customized photo deals. We present to you free wall calendars, discounted prints, cheap stocking stuffers, and more!