Amazon's two-day deals event is officially over, but we've rounded up all the remaining Amazon Prime Day camera deals into one handy resource right here. There's not long left to grab a bargain!
There are still quite a few deals to be had on everything from shiny new full-frame flagships, best-in-class drones and low-cost previous-generation action cams – at the time of writing. When we notice deals coming off, we'll remove them from this page.
We've also put together the best Prime day camera lens deals, and if you're interested in other tech categories then we highly recommend heading on over to our main Amazon Prime Day hub, which includes plenty more shopping tips. However, if nothing here takes your fancy, you're better off waiting for the Black Friday deals later in the year.
Today's best Amazon Prime Day camera deals (US)
- Panasonic Lumix GH6: Save over $500
- Sony Z-V1: $100 off this great camera for vloggers
- Nikon Z6 II: Save $300
Canon EOS R5 (body only): was
$3,899.99 now $3,399 at Amazon
Canon's best-ever camera for photography has received a decent price slash. The full-frame EOS R5 boasts 45MP still pictures, superb autofocus, one of the best in-body image stabilization performances and it's an all-round pleasure to shoot with. It's also apt for video, being one of the first hybrid cameras to unleash 8K video, while its 4K video which has frame rates up 120p, is excellent, too.
Sony ZV-1: was
$748 now $648 at Amazon
Sony's original vlogging camera is now at its lowest price with a $100 price cut and ranks as one of the best vlogging cameras for most people. The ZV-1 might have been updated by the ZV-1 II, but we feel the original model with 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens and class-leading autofocus holds its own and in many respects is a better option that its successor and its now even cheaper.
Sony a6600 (body only): was
$1,398 now $998 at Amazon
Sony's flagship APS-C camera is a tiny, featured packed camera with an excellent choice of lenses. The Sony a6600 is one of the best crop-sensor hybrid cameras out there, benefitting from the same processor as the pro A9 II which unleashes excellent high-speed 24MP stills and autofocus performance. The a6600 also offers class-leading battery life, and is under $1,000 for the first time.
Sony a7 III (body only): was
$1,998 now $1,497.99 at Amazon
There's a lot to like about the Sony a7 III; its back-illuminated full-frame 24MP sensor, 4K video, superb battery life and responsive 693-point AF system. Traditionally the bottom rung Sony's full-frame cameras, this third-generation model came on leaps and bounds from the a7 II to become an excellent all-rounder with unbeatable value, now at its lowest price with 25% off. It's also available as Sony a7 III with 28-70mm lens kit for $1,698.
Panasonic Lumix G9 (body only): was
$1,299.99 now $897.99 at Amazon
It might be five years old but the Lumix G9 is still Panasonic's best micro-four-thirds camera for photographers and is now at its lowest price, perhaps fuelled by rumors of its potential successor, a would be Lumix G9 II. Still, the G9 gives 20MP stills up to 60fps, 6.5-stops of image stabilization, a large viewfinder and comfortable handling. It's also got an extensive choice of lenses and well suited to wildlife photography in particular, and it's now under $1,000.
Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III (body only): was
$1,199 now $999.99 at Amazon
Sitting below the E-M1, the E-M5 is a feature-packed micro-four-thirds cameras from Olympus (now OM System), with incredible image stabilization and compact form factor and excellent handling. It's almost four years old now and due an upgrade, but still fares well today.
It's also available as a kit; the E-M5 with the 12-45mm f/4.0 PRO lens for $1,399, which is an excellent and compact all-purpose lens perfectly suited to the E-M5 and a must for your kit bag if you're starting out with this system.
Nikon Z6 II: was
$1,996.95 now $1,696.95 at Amazon
An excellent all-rounder, the full-frame Nikon Z6 II gives punchy 24.5MP stills up to 14fps and 4K / 60p video which is further boosted with raw output via an optional external recorder. It is a much faster camera than the Z6 and it's such a good camera that this writer bought one, and it's at a decent price on Amazon Prime Day.
GoPro Hero 9 Black: was
$349.99 now $249.00 at Amazon
The GoPro Hero 9 Black is now three generations old but it still stands up to today’s action cameras, with 5K video, 1080p streaming capabilities and 20MP photos. Now with a 30% discount it is now the real deal for adrenaline junkies that want to spend more cash on their adventures and less on a camera.
Today's best Amazon Prime Day camera deals (UK)
GoPro Hero 9 Black: was £
484.98 now £303.99 at Amazon
The GoPro Hero 9 Black is now three generations old but it still stands up to today’s action cameras, with 5K video, 1080p streaming capabilities and 20MP photos. Now with a 37% discount it is now the real deal for adrenaline junkies that want to spend more cash on their adventures and less on a camera.
Akaso Brave 7 LE: was
£169.99 now £159.99 plus 5% voucher at Amazon
Our pick as the best value action camera for beginners, the Akaso Brave 7 LE offer an incredible range of features for its price, including a front-facing screen, weather-sealing, and decent audio quality. Its 4K video doesn’t quite live up to the best GoPro’s, but for the money it can’t be beaten. It was more heavily discounted during Prime Day, but there's still a respectable £10 off this capable little shooter.
Canon EOS R10 (body only): was
£999 now £730 at Amazon
We rated this camera one of the best options for beginners in our Canon EOS R10 review and during Prime Day it was at its lowest-ever price - now, it's £40 more expensive again, but that's still 27% discounted from its list price. Not only is the Canon R10 lightweight and compact thanks to its APS-C mount, but it's surprisingly snappy when it comes to autofocus and burst modes. If we had to nitpick, we'd criticise its lack of in-body stablisation and cropped video but it's a great value camera that's well worth the dosh. For an extra £50, you can pick up the EOS R10 with 18-45mm lens.
Canon EOS M50 Mark II (with 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3): was
£719.99 now £640 at Amazon
The Canon EOS M50 Mark II is a superly cost-effective way to get into both stills and video if you're a keen beginner looking to take it to the next level. This particular kit comes with a versatile zoom lens that's going to get you started on the right foot if you're looking for better-than-mobile snaps. At 24MP, it's got plenty of resolution for most situations and the autofocus works great for both stills and video. During Prime Day, it was even cheaper, but now it's still discounted by a respectable 11%.
Panasonic Lumix GH6 (body only): was
£1,999.99 now £1,799 at Amazon
The Lumix GH6 micro-four-thirds mirrorless camera tops TechRadar's best video cameras buying guide with a generous array of 10-bit 5.7K video codecs, excellent build quality and intuitive handling. We were amazed by its Prime Day price of £1,499, knocking a whopping £500 off its list price, but right now it's still discounted by a fairly hefty £200.
Panasonic Lumix S5: was
£1,999 now £1,269 at Amazon
A deal for the S5 was on the cards ever since it was succeeded by the incredible Panasonic S5 II this year, but our S5 review describes this low-price, full-frame mirrorless as one of the best hybrid all-round cameras you can buy and it's still a solid shooter today. What's more, it comes with the excellent 20-60mm f/3.5-5.6 which is an excellent optic for photography and video, and makes this an unbeatable deal that's an even lower price than during APD 2022.
Olympus OM-D E-M1X was
£1,699 now £1,299 at Amazon
Micro-four-thirds cameras are generally meant to be smaller than full-frame, but the pro-grade Olympus OM-D E-M1X makes no apologies about its monster proportions and goes toe-to-toe with the best sports cameras available. Price was always a sticking point when it was launched against its smaller E-M1 siblings, but after hefty price reductions, we’re now left with one of the most capable sports and wildlife cameras at an attainable price.
GoPro Max: was
£479 now £399 at Amazon
GoPro's 360-degree action packs twin 180-degree fisheye lenses, 5.7K video and a swathe of shooting modes including time-lapse and also features a suite of in-camera processing that takes the hard work out of stitching you 360-degrees together, and now the GoPro Max is under £400.