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Best DSLR camera for Cyber Monday at Target

Choosing the best DSLR camera is often a very tough job and more often than not is ruled by the budget you have set yourself. However, with Cyber Monday 2014 finally here you are able to get far more for your money thanks to rather decent price drops. There are many online retailers that have some deals on offer, although we do like what Target have, and so we will list a few cameras to give you an idea of what you can get from today at their new lower price.

There are 19 models in total on offer, and while we cannot list them all, we will look at those Target have at the best discount. These are not always going to be the best in terms of the lowest price, and so we would still advise you to search that model number to see if any other online store is selling it any cheaper.

The best DSLR camera in terms of value for money is the Nikon D7100 24.1MP with its 8-140mm VR Lens in black, as it has a whopping $500 off its retail price. The usual price is $1,699.99, so you pay just $1,199.99 today. You can see a review of how this model compares to the Canon 70D.

Best DSLR camera for Cyber Monday at Target

Speaking of Canon, Target also has the Canon EOS Rebel T5 II Kit with its EF-S 18-55mm lens. This has been reduced in price by $380.00, so today you will pay just $449.99, which is fantastic when you consider how much camera you are getting for your money.

Having looked over Target Cyber Monday page for DSLR cameras we can see a bit of a pattern, as it would seem Nikon has been given the best discounts. We cannot understand why that is, and so we ask that you head over to the retailer’s website and see which camera is best for you based on price and what it has to offer.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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