If you’re into experimental film photography at all, Lomography is currently offering a $50 voucher towards its website or NYC store for $20 through Groupon (available to people in the US only, sorry!). There’s free shipping on orders over $25, so you could get 18 rolls of Lomography color negative film with some change to spare!
$20 for $50 Worth of Analogue Cameras and Accessories (via 1001 Noisy Cameras)
Update: Looks like the item has sold out.
Here’s a sweet deal alert: you can currently pick up a boxed copy of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 with free shipping over at Newegg for $119.99 by using the coupon code ADOBE723 at checkout.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 (via Slickdeals)
In the market for a cheap compact camera? Amazon’s Gold Box deal of the day today is a Canon A490 for $50. Be sure to also grab the free Lowepro case if you decide to buy.
Canon PowerShot A490 (via Photography Bay)
Update: There’s also an amazing deal for a Canon SD1300 over at Radioshack. The $180 camera is currently priced at $70!
Deal of the day website Groupon is the fastest growing companies in web history and a popular way for local businesses to generate some buzz in their areas, but some independent photographers are finding out the hard way that offering special deals through Groupon might be the worst marketing decision they ever made.
You can pick up a mini tripod for your compact camera over at Meritline today for just $0.74 with shipping included. Just add the tripod to your shopping cart and enter the coupon code MLCKXFHUER0503NL1 at the checkout screen.
Update: The coupon code has now expired
A special limited edition set of three Nikon f/1.4 lenses is being sold in certain European countries (currently Belgium and Sweden). Limited to only 100 sets, each set includes a Nikkor AF-S 24mm, 35mm and 85mm.
What’s strange is that unlike what you typically see with limited edition gear, these sets are actually selling for considerably less than if you purchased each lens separately. In Belgium the set is priced at €4,899, or about €1,000 (~$1,370) less than the sum of the individual lens prices on Amazon. No word on whether we’ll ever see this kind of thing in the US.
Luxury Box f/1.4 (via Nikon Rumors)
Amazon’s Gold Box deal of the day today is Adobe Lightroom 3 for $189. This normally costs $299 direct from Adobe or $240-250 elsewhere, so if you’ve been waiting to jump into Lightroom, now’s a good time to do so.
We don’t post deals here very often, but when really good ones pop up we do (e.g. $5 photo magazines last month). Well, right now you can snag a Pisen Lens Cleaning Pen with Two Heads over at Meritline for only $1.19 with shipping included. Simply add the thing to your cart and enter the code MLCK400237020871AL1 into the coupon field at checkout.
Update: It looks like the coupon code has been exhausted.
Amazon is selling the 10 megapixel Panasonic DMC-F2K Lumix compact camera for $69 today on its deal of the day Gold Box page. If you’re looking for a cheap camera for yourself or as a gift for the upcoming Christmas season, you might want to take a look.
Deal of the Day: Panasonic Lumix DMC-F2 Digital Camera (via The Online Photographer)
Deal alert: There’s a special offer on Popular Photography magazine over on Amazon. You can get a one-year subscription of the magazine (12 issues) for $5 flat with free shipping. The annual subscription normally costs $14 (or $54 if you believe Amazon), so if you’ve been thinking about doing your part in keeping print from going extinct, here’s a chance to test the waters. The special price lasts until August 21st, 2010.
Popular Photography on Amazon.com (via Photography Bay)
Update: This deal is only available to US residents.