- 1.(1 day ago)Canon EOS Rebel T6 EF-S Camera with 18-55 and 75-300mm lenses for $250 with free shipping. While it is refurbished (not new), it does include a 1-year manufacturer's warranty. Similar packages sell for about $450 new.
Also, other deals including a EF 70-300mm USM Lens, Refurbished for $230 (normally $500 new).$250
- 2.(1 day ago)Check your email from Frys.com for a promo code that gives the deals.
They just released a new batch of Black Friday deals on electronics, toys, and games. These are in addition to their earlier Black Friday deals.
Deals on the list include: Asus 11.6" Touchscreen Laptop for $168. Intel Celeron processor, 4GB memory, 32GB storage. Apple iPad 32GB for $244. Sony Blu-Ray Disc Player with Wifi for $50 Pair of Polk Audio Bookshelf Speakers for $40. Normally $50. Vanguard Espod Aluminum Tripod for $25 with your promo code. Normally $60. Digital Bathroom Scale for $6 Each deal requires a promo code. Check your email from Frys.com for your code.
During checkout, choose "Ultra Saver" and see if it's free. It may initially show a shipping fee, but most deals ship free with Ultra Saver shipping.$168
- 3.(3 days ago)This deal is still available, and is a hot deal for anyone with an SLR or 4K video camera. Sandisk Pixtor/Extreme 32GB Secure Digital (SDXC) Memory Card for $13.75 with free shipping code BLACKNOVEMBER?. At $0.43 per GB, this is the best deal we have ever seen on a U3-speed card. Similar U3-speed cards sell for about $20 for a 32GB, which is $0.62/GB. U3 means a guaranteed minimum transfer rate of 30 MBytes/sec on the card, which is required to record 4K video or can take SLR camera photos in one-third the time. Here is an article and a video showing the benefits.
This is an older model of the SanDisk memory card, but is still backed by a lifetime warranty.$13.75
- 4.(2 weeks ago)In addition to the Best Buy deals posted over the last couple days, here are more hot deals from Best Buy. Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker for $10. Choice of black, blue, green, pink purple, and red. Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker for $15. Available in black, blue, and red. Many early Black Friday deals have been on sale this week.
A few more deals: 4-Device Universal Remote Control for $20. Compatible with Roku and AppleTV, as well as a TV, cable/satellite box, and a DVD/Blu-Ray player. On-Camera Shotgun Video Microphone for $24. TV Stand for TVs Up to 48" for $80. Free shipping.$10
- 5.(2 weeks ago)A few more hot Best Buy deals posted today: Sunpak 55-inch Tripod for Cameras for $10. Similar tripods sell for at least $30. Targus City Laptop Backpack for $10. Fits laptops up to 15.6 inches. Televisions: Sharp 32-inch 720p TV with Roku for $150. Insignia 50-inch 2160p 4K TV with Roku and apps for $350. This is a HOT deal on a 4K 50-inch TV. Sharp 60-inch 2160p 4K TV for $550. Great price for a 60-inch 4K TV. Other living room electronics: Pair of Insignia Powered Bookshelf Speakers for $70. Nvidia Shield TV 4K Streaming Media Player for $170. Normally $180. Works great with YouTube TV service. Roku Premiere Plus Streaming Media Player for $50. Supports 4K streaming. This is a discontinued model, replaced by the Roku Ultra that sells for $100. To compare them, press "Compare Upgrades" below the product description on BestBuy.com. Sony 7.2-Channel A/V Receiver (STRDH770) for $200. Onkyo 7.2-Channel A/V Receiver (TX-NR656) for $250. Kitchen 6-Quart Instant Pot Pressure Cooker (IP-DUO60 V2) for $80. Normally $100+. Amazon just matched the price. Here is the full list of deals.$10
- 6.(2 weeks ago)(expired: 1pm ET)
An Amazon seller is offering the Amcrest 1080p Webcam in White and in Black for $68 with free shipping. Normally sells for $80-100.
The sale expires at 1pm Eastern (12noon Central, 11am Mountain, 10am Pacific).
Similar webcams sell for over $100.
We own two of the white versions of this camera, and love its features: Remote control pan/tilt, so we can look around the room through a web browser and smartphone. Remote speaker and microphone, so we can listen and talk to a pet while out of the room. The video quality is very good, even at night, which is great for nighttime surveillance. Can record video onto a MicroSD memory card (sold separately), or upload screenshots and video to an FTP server (requires some setup). Access the camera from anywhere with an Internet connection when configuring the home router to "port forward" a port to the camera's IP address. If you don't know how to do this, contact your Internet service provider. The security risk is minor if you use a long password of random characters, but learn about the risks of network security before allowing your cameras to be accessed by the Internet. If you don't feel comfortable opening a port on your home firewall, perhaps look at Netgear Arlo, Nest, or other devices which provide access through their own cloud systems (and could incur a monthly fee to do so). The software's menu-driven interface is built-in to the camera and accessible via web browser. It is a bit less intuitive than most other Internet/IP webcams, but works fine. Their documentation is poor and will take some time to figure out.
This camera has both Ethernet (faster, more reliable connection) and Wifi.
It comes with a 10-foot long power cord that is very thin and easy to hide in a cable runner.
This camera is rarely on sale for under $80.
If you're looking for a simpler surveillance solution, check out Arlo or another complete package from Costco, Sam's Club, Best Buy, and Amazon. Beware, those do have drawbacks such as monthly fees to control remotely, and may still require an expert (or skilled handy person) to install.$68