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B&H 3 day mega sale has started

B&H has started their mega sale and there are tons of great things offered at amazing discounts during this three-day event.  A few caught my notice, but to be honest, there's something for anyone here.

Check out the main sales page here

Google Pixel 3 - save $670

It's never a bad thing to have an emergency backup phone.  I had a personal experience that showed me the value of having a backup emergency phone while traveling, and now I'll never be without one.

edelkrone FlexTILT Head 2 Pan/Tilt Camera Head - save $80

I've always wanted one of these personally, and with this great deal, I'm now picking one up for myself.

Think Tank Photo Vision 10 Shoulder Bag - save $60

Can never have enough camera bags.  Am I right?

Ruggard Optica 15 DSLR Roller V2 - Save $60

While I wouldn't recommend this for international travel and especially travel in Asia because of carryon restrictions, if you travel predominantly around the USA, or the Americas, this is a great deal on a rugged camera carryon.

MeFOTO BackPacker S Aluminum Travel Tripod - save $50

Perfect for travel.  Small and light with a 13lb load capacity.  Blue Green and Red are on sale.

 

 

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