(Pocket-lint) - On the hunt for a new camera? Looking around for a great deal on a snapper? Then let us help you out, as we round up some of the top offers on our recommended cameras. 

All of the below are all top items, gaining four or five stars in our reviews. That ensures that besides being great deals, they're endorsed by Pocket-lint as top cameras.

In the mix are mirrorless, DSLRs and compact cameras from Sony, Nikon, Canon, Olympus and Panasonic.  

So bookmark this page, make sure you come back, as we're regularly updating it.


Sony A7R III


  • Sharp images with plenty of detail and exceptional dynamic range
  • Lovely electronic viewfinder
  • Very respectable high-speed performance

Save $930 and £739 on the Sony A7R III which is the epitome of competence, whatever your genre of photography, now costing $2267 and £2460  (previously £3199/$3198).


Nikon D850


  • Excellent dynamic range
  • High-resolution and sharp detail 
  • New silent shooting mode
  • Large viewfinder

There's over a $750 and £650 discount on the Nikon D850, now priced at $2555 and £2649 (was $3296/£3299). It impresses on paper, and it actually blew us away in use with its capability to produce crisp and highly detailed images, with a dynamic range that is almost unreal.


Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II


  • Very fast
  • Quick autofocus
  • Articulated touchscreen
  • Image stabilisation is unreal

There's more than a $200 and £950 saving on the E-M1 Mark II. Not only is it better than the original model in every way - principal to its success is the built-in image stabilisation - it's one of the best sensor-based system we've used, costing $1499 and £899.99 (was $1699.99/£1850).


Canon EOS 6D Mark II


  • Vari-angle screen is useful and live view better than Nikon's offering
  • Smaller and lighter than similar full-frame models
  • Finds a resolution sweet-spot

Canon EOS 6D Mark II is one of the most balanced full-frame propositions, and it now has a $500 and £750 saving with its price of $1299/£1249 (previously $1799/£2000).


Nikon D7500


  • Features inherited from the class-leading Nikon D500
  • Large and vibrant tilt LCD touchscreen
  • Excellent build quality and handling
  • Pin-sharp images

Save over $350 and £320 on the Nikon D7500, priced at $896.95 or £769 (previously $1249/£1299). It's one a cracking camera, thanks to it's fast processor, solid build, bright viewfinder and responsive tilt-angle touchscreen.


Panasonic Lumix G9


  • Huge range of Micro Four Thirds lenses
  • Massive viewfinder and useful vari-angle LCD
  • 4K video and 6K stills modes

We found the G9 has a mighty impressive image stabilisation, an ultra-sensitive shutter, super-fast burst mode, accomplished continuous autofocus and burst shooting - plus with a $304 and £520 discount - what's not to like? Priced at $1195 and £975


Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III


  • It's so small considering the sensor size
  • Great image quality from APS-C size sensor
  • Dual Pixel AF is a capable autofocus system

You can save over $420 or £90 on the G1 X III. It's an outstanding camera and with its small scale, it'll be great for keen enthusiast buyers looking for a second camera, costing $878 and £999 instead of $1299/£1149.

Other camera deals

Still searching for a top offers on a decent snapper, but none of the above have taken your fancy? Feel free to take a look at the retailer links below, and bookmark this page as we'll be updating it regularly.

Writing by Rob Kerr.