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If you have been holding off on buying your dream DSLR or mirror-less camera, your patience has just been rewarded. Professional cameras are usually very expensive and manufacturers release flagship products almost every quarter hence forcing filmmakers and photographers to upgrade. The camera accessories can also break your bank. But the festive season is a savior since it comes with best black Friday camera deals. It favors both enthusiast and professional photographers who want to save some real money.


Sony A7 ii was replaced by the Sony A7 ii but it’s still a good full frame camera with dope features for both enthusiasts and professional photographers. This camera has the 5-Axis Sensor-Shift Stabilization that stabilizes any lens you own. This means that you don’t need a tripod stand to shoot a video or take long exposure shots. It also packs a 24MP sensor with a burst mode of 5fps and a buffer of around 25 frames but this depends with the card speed.

Get the camera on B&H and Amazon at $999 and it includes the 28-70mm kit lens.

Best black Friday camera deals
Sony a7 ii


This is currently the best mirror-less camera and a flagship product of Sony. It’s the first mirror-less camera that can be compared with the likes of Canon 1DX II and Nikon D5 which cost $5,500 and $6,500, respectively. The a9 has been categorized as the most technologically advanced camera on the market, using a 24-megapixel full-frame sensor that can pump out 20 RAW photos per second — for up to 362 shots.

The camera goes for $3,498.00 on Amazon and that’s the lowest price for the camera.

Best Black Friday Camera Deals
Sony a9


This is the best crop sensor camera in the market and a good number of photographers living in Kenya own this gadget. Although, Sony users might have a different opinion since the company has their a6500 which has very good 4k videos, but that’s a story for another day. The photographers who own the camera claim that it has excellent image quality from its 20-megapixel APS-C sensor, 10-frames-per-second burst shooting, fast autofocus, 4K video, and robust weather sealing.

Nikon is selling it with the MB-D17 battery grip for $1800 — a saving’s of $470. The have also bundled it with the 16-80mm f/2.8-4 lens for a total of $2,400 — a savings of $940.

Nikon D500


The 6D Mark II came with a new sensor sporting a 26.2MP CMOS sensor that not only offers a sizeable boost in resolution over the 20.2MP chip in the EOS 6D, but also a lot more pixels than the EOS 5D Mark III’s 22.3MP sensor. It also has the Canon’s latest DIGIC 7 processing engine, which is capable of processing information some 14 times faster than the previous cameras like the 6D.

The Mark II goes for $2,200 with the BG-E21 battery grip and 24-105mm f/4L lens.

Canon 6D Mark ii


This is an upper level crop sensor camera for filmmakers because of it amazing features like the 24.2MP pixel count as the one inside the A6000, although the sensor itself is newly developed, and features copper wiring in its construction to boost readout speed and light-gathering efficiency. Which means it has good low light capability and high-resolution results. The camera also ramps ramps up to 4K shooting in the 35mm format.

The camera goes for $848.00 and it comes with 16-50 mm lens and accessory kit on B&H. Although this offer ends on the 21st of November.

Sony a6300


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