The best Black Friday camera deals in Australia

Posted: 26 November 2021 9:40 am
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Black Friday has arrived, which means its a great time to pick up some camera gear on the cheap. From camera bodies and lenses to dash cams, drones and home security – here are the best Black Friday camera deals we've discovered so you don't have to.

Prices correct at time of publication, but can change when Black Friday deals sell out or if retailers price match. We'll do our best to update but act fast to make sure you don't miss out!

Cameras and lenses

Drones

  • 15% off DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
    If you've been waiting to invest in a drone but still want a high-end model, Amazon has you covered. As part of its Black Friday sales it has knocked $300 off the premium DJI Mavic 2 Zoom. It comes with Full HD video, 4x lossless zoom (including 2x optical zoom), hybrid autofocus and a quick shot mode. Usually $1,999, it's down to $1,699.
  • 7% off DJI Mini 2
    If you're looking for something a little cheaper, you can pick up the DJI Mini 2 for $50 off, bringing it down to $698. This foldable drone comes with a 4K Camera, 12MP photo capability and it has 31 minutes of flight time.
  • 14% off DJI FPV Combo
    If you want to go the whole hog, you could opt for the DJI FPV Combo. This kit not only comes with the drone and controller but the second generation of DJI's FPV goggles that give you a fully immersive flight experience.
  • 20% off DJI Mini SE Fly More Combo
    And while we're on the kit train, maybe you want to be extra and look at the DJI Mini SE Fly More Combo. This comes with a Drone FlyCam Quad copter UAV with 2.7K Camera 3-Axis Gimbal GPS. Being a Mini drone, its great if you don't want something that takes up too much room. It also only weighs 245 grams so it's super light.Buy for $498 (was $619)

Dash cams

  • 8% off VIOFO Dual Dash Cam
    Get $20 off this front and rear dash cam that comes with 2K 1440p 60fps and 1080P 30fps recording capability. It also comes with WiFi GPS, parking mode emergency recording and motion detection.

Home security cameras

  • 25% off the Google Nest Hub Max at eBay
    Get your hands on an exclusive discount for members of eBay Plus. The Google Nest Hub Max makes it easier to stay in touch with loved ones. It comes fitted with a built-in Nest Cam allowing you to keep tabs on your home while you're out and features a 10-inch HD screen and powerful stereo speakers to ensure you get a premium viewing and listening experience as standard.
  • 27% off Ring Video Doorbell
    Are we stretching the definition of "camera"? Maybe. But it's called the Ring Video Doorbell for a reason, folks. And now you can grab one for $109, which is $40 off the RRP. It comes with 1080p video as well as improved motion detection compared to the previous generation as well as easy installation. You can read our full review of the Ring Video Doorbell here.
  • 40% off Arlo Essential XL Spotlight Camera
    If you're in the market for a rugged home security camera, the Arlo Essential XL Spotlight Camera is an excellent choice. It comes with an integrated spotlight, colour night vision and 1080p resolution. It's designed to withstand rain and heat and can send alerts to your device when it detects motion. It also has a year of battery life. You can now pick one up for $165.99, down from $279.99.

For more deals you can check out our Black Friday hub, which we're constantly updating.

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