The 7 Best Wednesday Deals on Cameras, Lenses & Bags (2022) | Jobi Cool

Autumn is slow rolls away the summer heat and fog and brings with it spectacular fall colors. Whether you’re taking a chilly October hike or just strolling around the neighborhood, this week’s deals will help you capture the brilliant hues of Mother Nature in all her glory. Some of our favorite camera and accessory brands have big discounts for you this holiday season. Here are some of our favorites.

Don’t see anything you like? Don’t forget to check out our other camera buying guides, such as the best compact cameras, the best mirrorless cameras, the home camera kit and the best camera accessories for your phone.

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Moment’s Camera Sling in 10L is a favorite in our guide to the best camera bags. It’s easy to use and surprisingly roomy, and since it’s a sling bag, you can zip it up the front to access it, zip it up, and zip it back out of the way so it doesn’t get in the way while you’re back shooting. It can easily fit a camera body and an extra lens, or if your camera is small, two small prime lenses.

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We’re big fans of Brevite’s Everyday Backpack, and the Scout II is very similar. It’s a super small, sleek and surprisingly roomy camera backpack. It has a soft pocket for a tablet and enough storage space for a DSLR body and up to three lenses.

The Claremont Camera Bag from Lo & Sons has been a mainstay in our camera bag for some time now. It’s a stylish, roomy little thing, but mostly a camera bag doesn’t do it see such as a camera bag. It looks like a nice, fashionable shoulder bag and sometimes it’s a nice change of pace from the nylon, ripstop and rugged camera bags we see so often.

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Predecessor to one of our top picks in our best mirrorless cameras guide, the Sony a7R III boasts many similarities to its newer and much more expensive version, the a7R IV. It’s a great choice if you’re looking for an ultra-high-resolution full-frame camera but don’t want to spend too much on the latest and greatest hardware. The a7R III has a 42-megapixel sensor and laser-sharp autofocus (including the popular Eye AF mode for locking focus to the subject’s eyes). It is also for sale on Amazon.

It’s also pretty great on a solid, all-round mirrorless camera.

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The Sony a7C is a bit of an acquired taste. It’s not quite as feature-rich as its full-size cousins, but it packs a full-frame sensor into a super-small package—we’re talking about the size of a large point-and-shoot. It’s a good choice if you’re looking to cut down on the size of your kit.

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The 24-70mm lens is a good, versatile, everyday focal length. It’s good for portraits and close-ups, and the Zeiss T* coating gives everything character Zeiss-ty clarity and ultra-realism. The aperture is fixed at f/4, which means it won’t be a great choice for ultra-low or ultra-bright light. It is an Awesome the choice for outdoor photography in the dark seasons of autumn.

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