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Cyber Monday 2020 deals in Australia: cameras, lens and accessories deals available

Cyber Monday camera deals 2020

Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be over, but November's big sale is still going strong with plenty of discounts ushering in the silly season.

Most of the offers are the same as what we saw during Black Friday, with an average of 15% off cameras and lenses from Aussie retailers. However, Amazon seems be to outdoing them all, with deeper discounts than other stores.

Black Friday or Cyber Monday?

Black Friday's younger sibling hasn't been very popular in Australia, with the main November sale event being Black Friday. However, that trend is now being bucked, with Cyber Monday slowly becoming a more popular term Down Under.

However, in Australia, camera deals usually start on Black Friday and the same offers are available on Cyber Monday as well, with retailers calling the entire sale 'Cyber Week'. The one exception is Amazon – the online retailer has a separate Cyber Monday sale for one day only, with different offers.

Best Cyber Monday 2020 deals

Mirrorless cameras

Ace camera kit offer

Nikon Z50 + Nikkor DX 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR + Nikkor DX 50-250mm f/4.5-6.3 VR | AU$2,099 AU$1,654 on Amazon

This is Nikon's first APS-C format mirrorless camera and the company has done well here. Small, lightweight and full-featured, with a relatively affordable price tag too. But don't bother spending top dollar as Amazon has beat Ted's Cameras' Black Friday offer by about AU$50, getting you a twin lens kit for just AU$1,654.View Deal

Canon EOS RP (body only) | AU$1,899 AU$1,519.24 on Amazon

Retailing for AU$1,899 at major stores, it's possible to find a lower price on the most affordable full-frame mirrorless camera yet. However, Amazon's little discount is currently the best deal you can get on the EOS RP body, but we're hoping we may find it for lesser when Black Friday kicks into full gear.View Deal

Canon EOS R (body only) | AU$2,999 AU$2,229.15 at JB Hi-Fi (after cashback offer)

It's the best price on the Canon's original full-frame mirrorless flagship right now, making it a very tempting offer for stills photographers looking to go mirrorless without breaking the bank. Admittedly it's not as fast as Canon's newer EOS R5/R6 models but it's still a very capable camera indeed. It's available for a little over AU$2,379 at JB Hi-Fi, but take advantage of Canon's cashback offer to save more.View Deal

Nikon Z5 + Nikkor Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 | AU$2,699 AU$2,276 on Amazon

Nikon's new entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera is far more capable than its beginner status. It shares a lot of its specs with the more expensive Nikon Z6, making it a very impressive mid-ranger. Admittedly its price tag isn't reflective of it being an entry-level camera but grabbing a single-lens kit from Amazon for less isn't a bad buy.View Deal

Nikon Z6 (body or kit) | from AU$2,999 from AU$2,549.96 at Ted's Cameras

Nikon has only just released the Mark II version of its mid-range full-framer and we were hoping to see steep price cuts on the first-gen model. While not as steep as we were hoping, you can get the Nikon Z6 body for AU$2,550 at Ted's Cameras, or pick up a single lens kit (Z 24-70mm f/4) for AU$3,399.View Deal

Best price

Sony A7R IV (body only) | AU$4,999 AU$3,999 at Camera House

Sony's latest megapixel monster is a photography beast, with a price tag to match. But its down its lowest price yet of AU$3,999 at Camera House, so you can grab this class-leading 61MP full-frame mirrorless marvel and save 20% on the RRP. This is definitely the kind of price cut we were hoping for during Black Friday.View Deal

Sony Alpha A7 III (body only) | AU$2,999 AU$2,124.15 on Amazon

It might be Sony's 'basic' model in the A7 series of full-frame mirrorless cameras, but the third iteration is worth every penny of its AU$2,999 RRP. But you really don't need to spend that much money, with Amazon listing it for AU$875 less. A little over AU$2,100 gets you over 24 million pixels on tap, a 693-point AF system and 10fps bursts.View Deal

Panasonic Lumix S1 (body) | AU$3,199 AU$2,835 at Digital Camera Warehouse

Panasonic's full-framers aren't the diminutive mirrorless cameras like the rest of the competition, but they are extremely good. AF performance is par excellence and image quality sharp as tack. Even the menu system is easy to understand. And you can snap up the video-centric Lumix S1 for a little less than RRP.View Deal

Fujifilm X-T4 (body) | AU$2,899 AU$2,209 on eBay

It's one of our favourite cameras, and perhaps the top mirrorless recommendation we can make. With IBIS for the first time in an X-T camera and superfast AF performance, Fujifilm is taking its game to the next level. And you can get in on the action by snapping up the X-T4 from eBay for AU$690 less than its RRP.View Deal

Fujifilm X-Pro3 (body) | AU$2,799 AU$2,254 on Kogan (save AU$545)

With retro charm and a controversial 'hidden' LCD screen, the X-Pro3 made some headline when it was announced last year. It sure does take a certain kind of photographer to go for a camera like this, but if that's you, Kogan currently has a darn good price on it.View Deal

Fujifilm X-T3 (body only, black) | AU$2,499 AU$1,688 on Amazon

This 26.1MP shooter is a superb stills camera, with phase-detect autofocus, up to 20fps burst speed and dual SD card slots. A new firmware that was rolled out at the end of October has upped the AF performance of the X-T3 to be on par with that on the X-T4. So why spend over AU$3,000 on the new camera when the predecessor is half price?View Deal

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III + M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ pancake lens | AU$999 AU$849.96 at Ted's Cameras

It's only a 15% discount but it's still a great bargain on what has been one our favourite cameras for a long time. Not only is it a very capable little snapper, it's also quite affordable. And this single-lens kit from Ted's is available at a real good price of AU$850.View Deal

Fujifilm X-A7 + XC 15-45mm PZ OIS lens | AU$899 AU$764 at Digital Camera Warehouse (save AU$135)

This entry-level offering from Fujifilm has very impressive performance, even in low light and uneven lighting. It's got a large 3.5-inch rear screen that's best suited to a 16:9 aspect ration, and takes pretty good 4K movies. And it's remarkably affordable too – a great gift to someone just setting out into the world of photography. Did we mention it will happily slip into a coat pocket as well?View Deal

Panasonic Lumix G7 + 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 + 45-150mm f/4.0-5.6 | AU$1,199 AU$912 on Amazon

This is by far the best offer we've seen on a Lumix G7 kit – a kit with two lenses. That's a remarkably affordable bundle on a very capable camera. Great picture quality, good performance and 4K video to boot, all for just AU$912. That's 24% off on Amazon right now – a higher price than its 35% Black Friday offer but still a good deal.View Deal


Star deal

Canon EOS 90D two-lens kit | AU$2,599 AU$1,889.97 at

Shipping with an EF-S 18-55mm STM lens and an EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM telephoto lens, this EOS 90D package is a real steal. Where most retailers will only offer a single lens for this price, you're covered for wide-angle and telephoto with this kit. This price also includes the AU$80 Canon cashback offer, so be sure to redeem that to maximise your savings on this APS-C format DSLR.View Deal

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (body only) | AU$4,599 AU$3,439.97 at (save AU$559)

Ready to step it up a notch? Then grab the DSLR that's still the favourite of many professional photographers and save over AU$550 on the cost of the body alone when shopping at There's a AU$150 cashback offer from Canon that you should make use of to get this really good price one of the best DSLRs money can buy.View Deal

Canon EOS 200D Mark II kit | AU$999 AU$758.96 at Ted's Cameras

It's an entry-level DSLR that will help any beginner learn the art of photography without compromising on image quality. A guided menu system, intuitive control layout and a lightweight body makes this a great choice for those just starting off on their photography journey. This kit comes with an 18-55mm lens and is currently cheapest at Ted's. But be sure to get the AU$40 cashback offer from Canon to save a touch more.View Deal

Nikon D7500 + AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens | AU$1,999 AU$1,499 + AU$300 bonus gift card at Digital Camera Warehouse

Nikon's popular D7500 is one of our favourite DSLRs which, thanks to its age, is not available for under two grand for a single lens kit. But just because it launched in 2017, doesn't make it any less capable three years on. It's a fantastic bit of kit and you can get a telephoto lens bundled in for under AU$1,500 at Digital Camera Warehouse – AU$500 less than its usual RRP, along with a bonus gift card.View Deal

Compact cameras

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II | AU$849 AU$639 on Amazon

A 10% discount is neither here nor there, but it is currently the best price on Aussie stock of this Mark II version of Canon's excellent compact camera. Given its age, there's no 4K video here, but it's still a mighty little performer. Might make for a pretty good Christmas gift for someone looking for a good yet simple compact camera.View Deal

Fujifilm X100V | AU$2,619 AU$1,697 at CameraPro (save AU$472)

If you're into street photography, then the X100V is the best sidekick you can get. It's a joy to use, thanks to the new tilting rear display, viewfinder and autofocus system. If you missed out on the Amazon offer from earlier, that's a good thing. as CameraPro has it for cheaper still, saving you a decent chunk.View Deal

Panasonic Lumix FT30 waterproof camera | AU$249 AU$149 on Amazon

For under AU$150, this makes for a great Christmas gift for someone who loves to go swimming in Australia's beautiful waters and enjoys taking pictures. It's waterproof down to 8m, but can also survive a 15m fall. A great little buy at a pretty affordable price.View Deal

DJI Osmo Pocket | AU$599 AU$399 on Amazon

Portable, lightweight, with built-in image stabilisation to boot, this tiny camera shoots 4K video at up to 60fps. It's one of the best compact cameras you can get, albeit not in the traditional sense, and is fun to use too. Take selfies with easy, capture family memories and so much more for AU$139 less than RRP. Makes for a great Christmas gift too!View Deal

Bridge cameras

Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 Mark II | AU$1,099 AU$999 at Digital Camera Warehouse 

Get closer to the action with a 16x optical zoom (24-400mm focal range) on this excellent bridge camera from Panasonic. A large 1-inch 20MP sensor ensures picture quality is great, and you get 4K video recording as well. You'll even be able to keep up with all the action thanks to its 12fps burst speed. It usually retails for AU$1,199 but it's currently cheapest at Digital Camera Warehouse.View Deal

Panasonic Lumix FZ80 | AU$499 AU$349.95 at Ted's Cameras

While the FZ1000 II listed above is a much more capable camera, the FZ80 has a much longer reach. It's got a lens with 20-1200mm focal range – that's a whopping 60x optical zoom! It sports an 18MP sensor and has a 10fps burst speed, but 4K recording is onboard, along with a very enticing price tag. Makes for a great Christmas gift.View Deal

Action cameras

GoPro Max | AU$799 AU$699 on Amazon

GoPro's new 360-degree action camera is feature-packed, with image stabilisation, hyperlapse, time lapse and so much more. But all that comes at a very steep price. However, Amazon's Cyber Monday offer sees AU$100 slashed off the AU$799 RRP, making it a slightly more affordable option.View Deal

DJI Osmo Action | AU$499 AU$349 on Kogan

If the latest GoPros are too far out of your budget's reach, perhaps DJI's Osmo Action will be a more tempting offer. It's available for 30% off at most retailers, including Kogan and Dick Smith. In case stocks runs out there, it's the same price at Camera House and Digital Camera WarehouseView Deal

Instant cameras

Lowest price

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 | AU$109 AU$79 on Amazon

It's back to the low price of AU$79, although we can't guarantee for how long. The price of this amazing instant camera is yoyoing on Amazon, so it might be a good idea to get one now. This is the lowest price yet, so there's a good chance it won't get any better when November 27 rolls round.View Deal

Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic | AU$199.95 AU$169.96 at Ted's Cameras

Although Ted's listed price for this gorgeous looking instant camera is AU$199, it usually retails for AU$219. Which makes this Black Friday offer a rather good one. It looks like a retro camera, spits out 62mm x 46mm photos instantly and comes with some other features that make it a rather fun piece of photography gear. Available in Black/Silver or in Red for added oomph.View Deal

Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay | AU$229 AU$193.80 on Amazon

Unlike the Instax Mini cameras, the LiPlay is a hybrid featuring a 2.7-inch TFT LCD display on the rear. It has a plethora of frames to tweak your photos, and you can even connect to your phone via Bluetooth and print photos stored in your image library as well, just like you would a portable printer. You get about 100 photos per charge and a pretty decent AU$42 from Amazon on the Elegant Black, Blush Gold and Stone White flavours.View Deal


DJI Mavic Mini | AU$599 AU$509 at Amazon

That's 15% and free delivery on what we think is a cracker of a little drone. Yep, 5 Stars in our review. It weighs in at just 250 grams, records 2.7K video with a 3-Axis gimbal and has a flight time of 30 minutes. You can also grab the Mini Combo pack for AU$666 (including free delivery), which is AU$133, or 17% off. View Deal

DJI Mavic Air |AU$1,299 AU$1,104.96 at Ted's Cameras

It's not much of a saving, but right now it's the best price on the Mavic Air, in case you're looking for a remarkably capable drone for aerial photography. We're expecting a better a price next month, but in case you can't wait, then take this opportunity at Ted's – available in both White and Black.View Deal

DJI Mavic Air 2 | AU$1,499 AU$1,297 on Kogan (save AU$202)

If you've got the spare change, DJI's latest iteration of the Mavic Air will soar far higher than its predecessor in terms of feature set. And it too has a little discount over on Kogan and on Dick Smith, where the Mavic Air 2 is available for AU$202 less than RRP. A major improvement on what was already a great consumer drone, the Mavic 2 Air takes it up a notch with better battery and a far superior camera.View Deal


Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-100mm f/4.0 Pro | AU$1,799 AU$1,447 on Amazon

This lens for MFT systems gives you a 35mm equivalent focal range of 24-200mm. This makes it a great standard zoom for any Olympus or Panasonic, and it's constant f/4 aperture makes it great for portraiture. So whether it's landscapes, portraits, action, wildlife, this stabilised lens is practically perfect at 20% off on Amazon.View Deal

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-200mm f/3.5-6.3 | AU$1,199 AU$960 on Amazon

Retailing for AU$1,199 usually, this zoom lens will give you better reach than the above Olympus lens. It's got a focal length of 24-400mm in 35mm terms, so it's great for a variety of scenarios, and won't cost you as much as the aforementioned Pro model. Note: this lens is sold by a third-party reseller and is not Prime eligible, but shipping is free for anyone.View Deal

Nikkor Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 zoom lens | AU$799 AU$654 on Amazon

This standard Z-mount zoom for Nikon's full-framers retails for AU$799, but if you're willing to import it from Amazon UK, you can save a decent chunk of change on this impressive lens. Stock is pretty low though, so you will need to hurry and, if you're a Prime member, you won't need to be pay for shipping as it's Prime eligible.

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Panasonic Lumix G 25mm f/1.7 ASPH lens | AU$299 AU$199 on Amazon

This MFT 25mm prime offers a focal distance of 50mm (35mm equivalent) with a fast f/1.7 aperture. It's a great portrait lens that's got an affordable price tag even without a discount. However, Amazon Australia's current 34% off deal drops the price point to below AU$200 – an absolute steal!View Deal

Save on Zeiss lenses | from AU$968 on Amazon

There are several Zeiss lenses available for a little less than their AU retail prices on Amazon, but shipping in from the US. You might well know that Zeiss lenses don't come cheap, and while the discounts aren't huge, anything you can save on one of these prestigious lenses is a bonus. So take a gander on what's available and be sure to check if they're compatible with your camera system.

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Fujifilm XC 50-230mm f/4.5-6.7 OIS II | AU$299 AU$254 at

Telephotos like these don't usually come cheap but for anyone on a tight budget and on an X series system, can opt for this XC 50-230mm zoom. Great for sports and wildlife, and costing a mere AU$254 on Catch, this is a great buy right now.View Deal

Samyang 10mm f/2.8 wide-angle lens | from AU$588 (usually AU$699)

Samyang makes affordable lenses that don't compromise on quality. And if you're in the market for a wide-angle lens then this 10mm prime with a fast f/2.8 aperture is available for less for different camera systems:
Fujifilm X | AU$583
Canon | AU$593
Micro four thirds | AU$619.65

Panasonic Lumix S Pro 70-200mm f/2.8 OIS | AU$3,999 AU$3,399 at Digital Camera Warehouse

Most 70-200mm f/2.8 zooms are expensive and this L-mount option from Panasonic is no exception. But a 15% price drop for Black Friday means you can save AU$600 on the Lumix S Pro 70-200 f/2.8 at Digital Camera Warehouse right now.View Deal

Sigma 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM for Nikon | AU$750 AU$586 on Amazon

This is a darn good and very versatile lens, but please note this is for a Nikon camera, and it's cheapest on Amazon right now. Amazon also stocks the 18-300mm Sigma lens for other camera systems as well, but they're currently not any cheaper than their usual RRPs.View Deal

Fujifilm XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 R OIS WR | AU$1,319 AU$946 on Amazon

This is a great standard zoom for anyone on a Fujifilm X system. The optics are topnotch, the build is weather resistant and it's available for under one grand on Amazon. Note that this is not Prime eligible and ships from a third-party reseller but there are no delivery charges for this lens.View Deal


Lexar 128GB Professional 1667x UHS-II SDXC memory card | AU$135 AU$50.21 on Amazon

Retailing for around the AU$130 mark in Australia, this Lexar 128GB SD card can be an expensive proposition. It's UHS-II speed makes it great for most cameras today, and if you import it from the US, you can easily get two for what you'd pay locally. Thanks, Amazon.

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DJI Ronin-SC gimbal | AU$599 AU$365 on Amazon

This three-axis stabliser has been designed for the mirrorless camera user – it's lighter than the original Ronin-S and can handle payloads of up to 2kg. It's one of the best money can buy and you can now save a pretty packet on Amazon, with both the Ronin-SC gimbal package and the Ronin-SC Pro Combo discounted significantly.View Deal

Joby Gorillapod | AU$89 AU$33 on Amazon

Set up anywhere, anyhow. With bendy legs, this little tripod that's perfect for compacts and action cameras can be made to sit on pretty much any surface. Whether you want it on rocky terrain, up on a tree branch or even a tabletop, you can adjust the height and angle of individual leg to your heart's content – and for just AU$33.View Deal

Joby Handypod | AU$69 AU$28 on Amazon

There's a whopping 60% off on this little tripod, that's capable of handling a little extra weight. While it's best suited to compacts and smaller ILCs, it can potentially take on a lighter DSLR too. It's handy to even fit external lighting modules as well. Great for a gift too.View Deal

Peak Design Travel Tripod | from AU$438 at Peak Design (save 10%)

Not as tempting an offer as the 20% off listed above but Peak Design's Travel Tripod also gets a little discount of 10%. That's not nearly enough to make this lightweight, compact and sturdy tripod affordable but it's well worth every penny you spend on it. There are two versions available – an aluminum frame and a carbon fiber one, with the latter being the more expensive, but also stronger.View Deal

Hahnel Modus 600RT Mark II speedlight | AU$439 AU$331.97 at

With a fast recycle time of 1.5 seconds, this speedlight features a 2.4GHz transceiver for remote triggering. It has a guide number of 60 and its lithium-ion battery is capable of 600 shots on full power or 1,000 shots at half power. Available for:
Canon | Nikon | Sony | Fujifilm View Deal

Hoya circular polarising filters

A must-have for long shutter speeds in broad daylight, the cost of CPLs can pile up when buying at full price. However, they're a touch cheaper on Catch and at Ted's Cameras, with various sizes available online now:
49mm on | AU$42.95
52mm on | AU$55
58mm on | AU$69
67mm at Ted's Cameras | AU$93.46
77mm at Ted's Cameras | AU$118.96
82mm at Ted's Cameras | AU$135.96

Peak Design Everyday bags | from AU$89 at Peak Design (save 20%)

From the Everyday Sling – which is Peak Design's cheapest bag – to the Everyday Backpack, there's plenty to choose from in this range. There are totes, messenger bags and even a 'totepack' if you can't decide what design suits you best. And they're all 20% off for the rest of November.View Deal

Peak Design pouches and cubes | from AU$28 at Peak Design (save 20%)

From shoe bags to pouches for cables, cameras, lenses and anything else you can think of, Peak Design can manage it all. They're perfect for fitting into any of the company's Everyday and Travel bags, and keep you organized no matter where life takes you. Use them with the clips from Peak Design and reaching for stuff in your bags becomes easy as well.View Deal

Crumpler Creator's Algorithm backpack | AU$249 AU$151.97 at

Fitting a 13-inch laptop, with straps for a tripod on the outside and a reinforced waterproof bottom makes this compact backpack a great and affordable option for carrying out your gear. It's fine for a small camera set, and makes for a great gift too.View Deal

Crumpler The Flying Duck camera backpack | AU$179 AU$121.37 at

Featuring removable padded inserts to keep your camera and up to two lenses organised, space for a 13-inch laptop, tablets and other necessities as well, this is a stylish backpack for when you need to be on the move. There's straps for a tripod or monopod as well, and it's only a touch over AU$120 right now – down from an RRP of AU$179.View Deal

LowePro Freeline 350AW camera backpack | AU$559 AU$220 on Amazon

This versatile backpack costs a pretty penny when full price, but then quality comes at a price. It's weatherproof, with a divider called QuickShelf that folds flat if you don't need it. It can easily fit a DSLR or mirrorless body, with a few lenses or accessories, and a laptop too. Straps for a tripod are on the front. And it's available for a whopping 61% discount.View Deal

BlackRapid Breathe Sport strap | AU$129.95 AU$110.46 at Ted's Cameras 

BlackRapid's straps are for photographers in fast-paced environments, giving them the assurance their gear is safe. The Breathe Sport strap drapes across the body, with the camera handing upside down, ready for you to reach down, aim and shoot.View Deal

Abeststudio portable 24-inch/60cm 55W softbox | AU$109.99 on Amazon

Looking for a way to take your product photography to the next level? You could try using a portable softbox that offers you reflective lighting, interchangeable colour backgrounds and a hole on the top for top-down photography. Whether it's food or still-life, this 24-inch portable softbox can help, and for just a touch over AU$100.View Deal


Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps subscription | AU$58.29p/m (was AU$76.99p/m, save AU$18p/m)

Editing software is important in a photographer's workflow but they're not always cheap. But Adobe's 'All Apps' subscription for Creative Cloud has 24% off right now. It gets you access to almost every program from the design giant's line up, including Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, Acrobat, Dreamweaver... and most of their sister and companion apps. Plus, there's a huge library of royalty-free stock image and video assets you can use in your creations via Adobe Stock.View Deal