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Whether you've been waiting for a sale on the latest and greatest DSLR lenses or are looking to upgrade from your old point-and-shoot, these camera deals are poised and ready for you. We found deals on a Canon T3i bundle, a 16-megapixel Sony DSLR, and models from Olympus and Nikon.
Is It Worth It?: With a single click you can land this Editors' Choice camera bundled that includes the Sony Alpha SLT-A57K DSLR, Sony 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Zoom Lens, and an in-cart bonus Sony 32GB Class 10 UHS-I Secure Digital High-Capacity Card for a mere $499. CNET gives this camera a thumbs up despite having dropped GPS, and it also feature a 3" LCD, 2x digital zoom, 15-point auto focus system, 3D sweep PanoramaMode, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Smile and say "savings!" This deal comes in at the lowest total price we could find for a refurb T3i with a Canon warranty; the savings amounts to $60 cheaper than a new T3i. And with the T5i $340 overpriced, this previous generation refurb remains an excellent entry-level camera. Features include a 3" vari-angle LCD, 1080p video recording, 3.7fps continuous shooting, mini HDMI output, SDHC/MMC card slot, USB, and more. A 90-day Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: Though we saw this camera for $23 less in January, it's still offers a $92 savings, compared to a new unit. So focus on the savings, if you will, and check out these features: a 3" touchscreen LCD, 26x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens, 720p video capture, image stabilization, 3D photography, panorama mode, SDHC card slot, USB connectivity, and more. CNET notes that the Nikon Coolpix L810 has a great range of specs, but if you need fast shooting performance, you should opt for a different model. Note that a 90-day Nikon warranty also applies.
Is It Worth It?: While we did we see this camera in Black for $20 less in December, it's now available in Red at the low price of $119. It features a 3" LCD, 24x optical zoom, 720p video recording, 59MB internal memory, SDHC card slot, and USB and HDMI. And those are just some of the reasons PC Magazine loves this camera: "The compact Olympus SZ-12 is an excellent value. Its 24x lens can capture wide landscapes" too.
Is It Worth It?: Now that you've got your new DSLR, how about outfitting it with an additional lens? This Editors' Choice lens is tied with our January deal and remains the cheapest we could find. This 50mm lens is "sharp, small, [and] light" and weighs 10.2 oz. It's compatible with Canon EF-mount SLR cameras.
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