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Like it or not, fall is on its way. To help you immortalize the changing landscape of the turning leaves, we've rounded up five camera deals including a refurbished Canon Rebel T4i bundle for $500, a Fujifilm X100 12MP digital camera for $890, and more.
Is It Worth It?: CNET loves the T4i's "extremely good photo and video quality" and its "improved performance in Live View shooting over the T3i." And we love the price! This Editors' Choice deal is at an all-time low again. (We last saw it at this price point in May.)
This refurbished camera has a 3" vari-angle touchscreen LCD, 5 fps continuous shooting speed, and improved autofocus when compared to the T3i. It also features 1080p video recording, mini HDMI output, SDXC card slot, and USB. A 90-day Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: CNET lavishes praise on this camera, hailing it as "an excellent DSLR for experienced shooters or Nikon professionals." What's more, it's designed for pros on a budget; as an Editors' Choice deal it has fallen $20 from our July mention to its lowest-ever price of $580.
Features include a 3" LCD, 1080p video recording, two SDXC memory card slots, and HDMI. A 90-day Nikon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: If you're not looking for a DSLR and also don't want a point-and-shoot digital camera, then look no further than this mirrorless camera and lens bundle. It's easy to use like a compact camera, but offers many of the same, more professional features found on larger DSLRs.
Features a 3" LCD, 1080p video recording, SDXC card slot, and USB connectivity.
Is It Worth It?: An Editors' Choice deal, this factory-refurbished point-and-shoot camera comes in Black (pictured), Blue, and Pink and is $125 cheaper than a new model. And such a price is hard to beat for features like "compact megazoom with manual controls, GPS, and excellent photo quality."
Additional features include a 14x optical zoom and 1080p video recording. A 90-day Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: A price low of $349 on a camera like this doesn't come along every day! As such, this Editors' Choice camera also offers the "the best photo quality possible."
This 12.3-megapixel camera features a 23mm f/2 prime lens, APS-C CMOS sensor, 2.8" LCD, optical viewfinder, 720p video, and manual and automatic focus modes. Included are a lens hood, filter adapter, black leather case, and a wooden box.