BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Looking for the best camera lens Black Friday 2019 deals? Money-saving experts at The Consumer Post have identified the top early Black Friday Tamron, Canon, Nikon and Sigma camera lens deals for 2019. Find them listed below.
Best Lenses deals:
- Save up to 57% on a wide range of Canon, Nikon, Sigma & Tamron lenses at Amazon - featuring low prices on telephoto, wide-angle, ultra wide-angle & fisheye lenses for DSLR cameras
- Save up to $400 on Canon EF, telephoto zoom, wide angle & standard camera lenses at Amazon - including deals on top-rated Canon 10mm, 24mm, 50mm, 70mm zoom lenses and more
- Save up to $200 on Nikon AF DSLR camera lenses at Amazon - with various features such as Auto Focus, Vibration Reduction, Image Stabilization & the exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor
- Save up to $230 on a wide range of Sigma camera lenses - check the latest prices on top-rated 16mm, 35mm, 18-35mm, 100-400mm & more Sigma camera lenses at Amazon
- Save up to $100 on Tamron lenses for Nikon, Canon & Sony cameras - click the link for the latest prices on top-rated Tamron lenses on sale at Amazon
- Save up to $500 on Canon DSLR camera lenses, kits & accessories - at Canon.com
- Save on select camera & photography lenses - at B&H Photo Video
Black Friday deals run for a limited period of time. Visit Amazon’s Black Friday page and Walmart’s Deal Drop page for their latest deals. The Consumer Post earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Choosing the right quality lenses helps a mirrorless or DSLR camera reach its true potential. With brands like Canon and Nikon manufacturing their own selection of lenses, those who have interchangeable lens cameras have multiple options, be it telephoto, wide, prime or zoom lens. Third-party providers Sigma and Tamron add to the list with more affordable lenses that perform just as well as those from big brands.
How do most retailers run Black Friday sales events? Black Friday deals are time-limited savings offered on a variety of product categories during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. According to a 2016 report by Profitero, mid-range electronics sold during the event that year featured an average of 36% off their retail prices.
Long lines and heavy traffic continue to push Black Friday shoppers away from physical stores and towards the more convenient online portals. The National Retail Federation (NRF) reported that in 2018, 41.4 million people conducted their shopping online during the holiday sales period, while only 34.7 million people shopped exclusively in stores.
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