19 Best Weekend Deals: Cameras, Apple Gear, and Games

There’s always a nice calm between the end of Labor Day sales and the deluge of holiday sales that will soon be upon us. It’s like we’re in the eye of a deals hurricane, waiting. Or maybe it feels that way because the remnants of an actual hurricane are passing through my neck of the woods right now. Whatever the case, there are still some deals to be found. Our top picks this week include a slew of cameras, discounts on the Apple Watch Series 5, and a brand new iPad, as well as a few good gaming deals.

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Camera and Photography Deals

Photograph: Olympus

Be sure to check out our Best Action Cameras and Best Compact Cameras guides for more picks.

  • Olympus TG-6 Rugged Camera for $379 ($70): The Olympus TG-6 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is one of our favorite action cameras. It doesn’t have the small form factor of the GoPro Hero series, but it has a larger sensor, an LCD screen, and a better lens, which add up to higher-quality photos. It’s also easier to shoot with underwater. This deal is also available at B&H Photo.

  • Insta360 One R Twin Edition for $432 ($48 off): Insta360’s One R (8/10, WIRED Recommends) modular camera can handle all your action cam needs and 360 camera needs—you just swap the lenses. This bundle is for the 360 lens and 4K lens.

  • Fujifilm X100F for $999 ($300 off): The latest X100 series, the X100V (9/10, WIRED Recommends) adds a new lens, but this older model is still a wonderfully capable, and highly portable, camera. It’s a bargain at this price. B&H Photo has the same deal on the black model if that’s more your style.

  • Panasonic Lumix G9 Mirrorless Camera With Kit Lens for $1,198 ($500 off): The Panasonic Lumix G9 features a 20.3-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor but can also do an in-camera JPEG or RAW composite image for an 80-megapixel combined image. You also get five-axis dual image stabilization and 4K video at up to 60 fps.

  • Tamrac Goblin Lens Pouch for $10 ($10 off): I don’t have a dedicated camera bag; I just drop my lenses in some of these pouches and carry them in my everyday bag. Some smaller lenses I put in an old drink coozie first, then put that in one of these for an extra layer of padding.

  • Lexar 128-Gigabyte SDXC Memory Card for $35 ($10 off): This card is plenty fast enough for all your photo and video needs, and 128 GB should give you room to shoot most of the day and not run out of space. If you have a camera with dual card slots, you can also grab a two-pack for $63 ($21 off).

Apple Deals

Photograph: Apple

Source: Wired, Author: WIRED Staff

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