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The phrase "everything old is new again" is as true for cameras as it is for fashion trends. Fortunately, retro chic actually costs less when it comes to refurbished cameras. This week, we've found deals on Olympus, Nikon, and Canon digital cameras, plus camera accessories. If you can't find what you're looking for, be sure to check out our daily camera deals.
Is It Worth It?: This powerful digital camera from Olympus is an SLR-like device that takes still shots at a resolution of 12.3 megapixels and records high-definition video. Other features include a 3" LCD screen, SD and SDHC card slots, HDMI and USB ports, face detection, and image stabilization. Note that no lens is included.
Is It Worth It?: If a device with detachable lenses seems like too much selection, this fixed-lens digital camera from Adorama is your best bet. It features a 14.1-megapixel resolution, as well as a zoom that allows you to shoot wide-angle as well as telephoto. Record 720p video, which you can then easily transfer from camera to computer with the built-in SD card or USB port. This refurbished camera also has a 90-day warranty from Nikon.
Is It Worth It?: Keep that new camera steady with a tripod that ensures your photos won't come out blurry and canted — unless they're supposed to look that way. This tripod is lightweight, easy to use, and durable, which helps in the pursuit of that perfect shot. Made of carbon fiber to absorb vibration, the tripod has a maximum height of more than 5 feet but folds to just 24". The head makes it compatible with most any camera, and the whole setup comes with a carrying case.
Is It Worth It?: Equipped with a new camera and tripod, this Editors' Choice camera backpack deal will keep your equipment safe and can accommodate a 15.6" notebook computer and DSLR camera with its lens attached, as well as other tools of the trade.
Is It Worth It?: At just under $300, this is a great digital SLR camera to start a career — or even hobby — in photography. This Editors' Choice camera bundle includes a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens, as well as a Rebel Gadget Bag, tutorial DVD, and a 2GB SD card for storing your expert photos. Canon offers a 90-day limited warranty on this product.