Deals: Sony USA is offering steep discounts—including all-time lows—for select cameras, lenses and more
Sony has announced that throughout the remainder of this week, it is offering a series of discounts across a number of its popular Sony Alpha cameras and lenses, as well as bundles, the RX lineup and accessories. The deals, some of which have dropped certain gear to their lowest non-grey-market price, are taking place in the United States across all official Sony retailers, including Adorama, Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, Samy’s Camera and others.
While Sony has posted a full rundown of all the sales currently available, we’ve rounded up a few of the best deals from the bunch (links go to their respective reviews/product pages on DPReview):
- Sony a9 (body only) — $3,000 ($1,000 off retail, ~$500 recent street prices)
- Sony a7R IV (body only) — $3,000 ($500 off retail, ~$300 off recent street prices)
- Sony a7R III (body only) — $2,300 ($500 off retail, ~$300 off recent street prices)
- Sony α6000 kit with 16–50mm & 55–210mm lenses — $700 ($300 off retail)
- Sony FE 16–35mm F2.8 GM — $2,000 ($200 off retail, same for street prices)
- Sony FE 24–70 mm F2.8 GM — $2,000 ($200 off retail, same for street prices)
- Sony VARIO-TESSAR T* FE 16–35mm F4 ZA OSS — $1,100 ($250 off retail, ~$150 off recent street prices)
- Sony FE 70–200mm F2.8 GM OSS — $2,400 ($200 off retail, same for street prices)
- Sony RX100 III — $650 ($100 off retail, roughly the same price as other recent deals)
There are other bundles, action cams, accessories and more on sale worth checking out. Head on over to Sony USA’s website for the complete list.
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