Have you finally outgrown that basic DSLR or Mirrorless body and you are ready to upgrade to something that may better fit your needs? Well, you are in the right spot because this is exactly what we will be discussing today, our picks for the top mid-level cameras right now.
Olympus’s OM-D E-M1 is a known gem of the Micro Four Thirds system, offering some great features in an attractive package, and currently – for a really great price too.
In many ways, the Olympus OMD EM1 is the perfect Micro Four Thirds camera and can even be said to be the perfect mirrorless camera. It is weather sealed, has WiFi transmission for future forward photographers, excellent image quality, stellar RAW file versatility in the hands of a specialized colorist, good autofocus, focus peaking, functional timelapse shooting, and lots more features that will appeal to photographers.. — Read our full review here
Interested? You can pick one up for a cool $200 off over on Amazon right now. Here are several other notable deals…
- Olympus 40-150mm F/2.8 (Save $200) – Deal
- 10 Pack – 8GB Wooden USB Drives – Deal
- Rokinon 50mm T/1.5 (Save $~$48) – Deal
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Micro Four Thirds is unique in that two companies produce cameras for it, so naturally there are some killer options as far as lenses go – but a bit of overlap as well. Shooting portraits on Micro Four Thirds is interesting, due to the 2x crop factor (effecting both focal length and aperture) it can be hard to get that popular shallow depth of field.
In this roundup we have 5 incredible lenses for portrait photography on the Micro Four Thirds system. So lets jump right into it, shall we?
Olympus’s flagship OM-D E-M1 is due for an upgrade, by today’s standards, but that means this highly capable and top end Micro 4/3 body is available for a great price. $899 in fact, a steal by today’s market for a brand’s flagship offering.
- Olympus OM-D E-M1 (Save $200) – Deal
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It may be starting to show its age compared to the competition. But Sigma’s 24-70mm F/2.8 isn’t a bad choice for a photographer looking to grab that popular zoom range on a budget. This is from Sigma’s pre-Global Vision line of lenses, so again, its old. But its more than capable of producing beautiful images, and again – its affordable.
- Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 EX (Save $150) – Deal
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Thursday has been a big day for Fujifilm shooters with the announcement of the X-T2, a new lens roadmap and the upcoming X-Pro2 firmware update. But let’s not forget about what really matters, saving cash on things you can actually buy right now, and today we have a killer highlight deal on night photography education, as well as some new additions to our major deals tracker.
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It’s hump day everyone! Here is to a couple more days of work and then another summer weekend.But before we get to that, we have the small matter of some killer savings and camera deals you are missing out on if you do not take a look at today’s cheap photo. We’ve got a highlight deal on the GH$, still one of the best 4K and most affordable 4K video options out right now, as well as some new additions to our third-party lens category.
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