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This week we look at a dSLR camera bundle and a sale on Xbox 360 with Kinect and some games, too.
If saving $100 on a digital Single Lens Reflex (dSLR) bundle sounds good to you, Vistek has a sale on the Nikon D5100 with AF-S 18-55mm VR and AF-S 55-300mm VR lenses, for $899.95 (Henry’s by comparison, has this same bundle for $949.99, and Vistek had it for $974.99 a week ago).
Nikon’s D5100 is equipped with a 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and complimented by an Expeed 2 processing engine for fast performance and a quick 11-point autofocus system. On the back of the camera is a 3-inch LCD that rotates 180 degrees (horizontally and vertically).
Along with 1080p video recording (at 24 or 30 frames per second), the D5100 has built-in modes include one for special effects.
With these two lenses – including the massive 55-300mm (5.5x telephoto zoom) lens – you can shoot in a variety of situations right from the get-go.
Get your game on this fall with a sale on an all-white Xbox 360 Kinect bundle, two games and three months of Xbox Live Gold service for just $249.99 (until September 27).
Available at The Source (web ID is 8002196), this 4GB video game console ships with a matching Kinect for Xbox 360, a peripheral that sits just above or below the television; once the camera, sensors and microphone capture your body in front of the television you can play games without needing a controller in your hand.
Included in the box you’ll find two popular Kinect titles: Kinect Sports and Kinect Adventures.