Here’s the cheapest DSLR cameras on Black Friday 2019

By on November 19, 2019

Shopping for a DSLR camera this year? We’ve looked through all the Black Friday ads and broken down where you can get the cheapest Canon DSLR bundle, the cheapest Nikon DSLR bundle, and the cheapest Sony mirrorless camera.

Best Price on a Canon DSLR Bundle: $399.99 + $120 Kohl’s Cash

You will find the exact same bundle & sale price on the Canon T6 DSLR at Target, Best Buy and other retailers, but Kohl’s is the only retailer offering a $120 gift card with it. This Canon T6 bundle comes with a carrying case and two lenses; a EF-S 18-55mm and a EF 75-300mm.


This bundle typically runs about $750, this you are getting a $250 discount in addition to the $120 gift card. If you want to step up to the next Canon, you can find a similar two-lens bundle on the Canon T7 for roughly $500 at Sam’s Club ($150 discount).

Best Price on a Nikon DSLR Bundle: $399.99

The Nikon D3500 is in nearly every relevant Black Friday ad this year. And every retailer is selling it for the same price, $400. The Nikon D3500 bundle comes with two lenses, the NIKKOR 18-55mm and the NIKKOR 70-300mm.


There is one standout retailer though, Best Buy. Specifically because the retailer is offering additional accessories as a bonus; a camera bag, a tripod and an unnamed bonus (likely a memory card).

Best Price on a Sony mirrorless camera: $599.99

If you are looking for a more compact camera than a traditional DSLR, the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera is your best bet this year. This $600 bundle (MSRP $1,000) includes two lenses, a 16-50mm and 55-210mm.


FYI, it’s almost a given that Amazon will pricematch this sale on Black Friday week. Amazon carries the same bundle in addition to other options if you want just the body or a bundle with 1 lens.

Regarding online sales, be aware that Amazon (and other online retailers) will aggressively price-match or undercut many of these deals prior or during Black Friday. Watch the main Ben’s feed for the latest DSLR deals.

About Mike Flacy

By day, I'm the Editor-in-Chief for The CheckOut in addition to being the content manager for Steve's Digicams and High-Def Digest. During my free time, I love to write about pop culture, home theater, digital photography, social media, mobile technology and cool gadgets!

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