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The Best Camera Deals from Prime Day: Sony, Panasonic, and More

Save up to $700 on select cameras during Prime Day.

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Shopping for a new camera? Amazon Prime Day offers up huge discounts on cameras from Sony, Nikon, Canon, and more top brands. Because there’s only one day left before Prime Day officially ends, we’ve listed a few of the cameras and camcorders that are on sale for up to $750 of the list price.

If you’re not already an Amazon Prime member, sign up today and you’ll get your first month free. The membership is $12.99 a month after the free trial, and you’ll get amazing perks such as discounted pricing, free two-day shipping, and Prime Video, where you can stream tons of TV shows and movies. Below, find a short roundup of mirrorless cameras, camcorders and other options that are on sale for Prime Day. For more recommendations check out these great film photography cameras, and the best cameras for all budgets.

ORDRO 4K Camcorder

This 4K Camcorder from Ordro is a multi-functional device for vlogging and other videography projects, and taking photos. It features an LED light (with 96 light bulbs) with an attached microphone, plus there’s WiFi so you can stream directly to platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. The camcorder takes pictures and video with a resolution of 24MP and 2880×2160 24FPS; and comes with 2 NP-120 3.7V 1700mAh batteries that allow continuous recording of up to three hours (you’ll want to make sure to charge the battery for up to five hours for the first time). Shoppers who sign up for Amazon Prime during Prime Day will receive an additional extra $82 off this ORDRO 4K Camcorder.

Sony a7 III ILCE7M3/B Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

Sony’s a7 mirrorless digital camera is pretty popular for good reason. Features include 24MP full-frame Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor, BIONZ X image processor and front-end LSI, 693-point hybrid AF system, and UHD 4K30p video with HLG and S-Log3 gammas. It has a fast hybrid autofocus system and a combination of 693 phase-detection points, which covers approximately 93% of the frame, along with 425 contrast-detection areas for reliable and quick autofocus and subject tracking performance. Built-in WiFi means you can instantly share imagery to mobile devices so you can immediately share to social networks, or send files via email or to cloud storage sites. Using NFC (near field communication), a linked mobile device can also display a live view image on its screen and remotely control the camera’s shutter.

Panasonic Lumix G7KS Mirrorless Camera

The Lumix G7KS Mirrorless Camera boasts a lighter, more compact camera design from Panasonic. It has 4K photo and video recording options, a 16-megapixel sensor, 4EV low light autofocus, and intuitive controls for easy access to aperture and shutter settings. The camera also features an adjustable tilt/swivel touch-display for optimum clarity, and high-resolution (2,360k-dot) OLED Live View Finder with 10,000:1 contrast. The Lumix G7KS is currently on sale for $200 off the regular price.

Olympus OM-D EM5 Mark III

If you love adventure, the Olympus OM-D EM5 captures stunning images on-the-go making it a perfect travel companion. It’s lightweight and compact enough to carry around comfortably, and it has Image Stabilization making it easy to use without needing a tripod. The OM-D E-M5 Mark III is also equipped with 30Fps sequential shooting, 121-point all cross-type Phase & contrast detection AF, 5-axis in-body image stabilization, and 50MP high Res shot mode. The camera is currently on sale for 42% off for Prime Day.

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