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Save $650 on a Nikon camera bundle (complete with lens and battery pack) with this sale at Best Buy

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If you want to become serious about your photography — whether as a profession or as a hobby — it all starts with the camera. How do you think sports photographers get those perfect pictures of Steph Curry dropping endless three-pointers? Duh, they have great cameras.

Investing in a quality rig is going to set you back — which is why you’d be smart to shop the sales.

Best Buy has the Nikon D750 with the AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm (with lens) on sale for $1,899.99, which is $300 off the original price of $2,199.99. They’ll also through in the Nikon MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack for free with the camera, saving you another $349.99. (And trust us, you’ll be glad you had that battery back.)

The D750 is the kind of camera to get if you want to feel like a professional. You’ll get bigger and better pictures thanks to the full-frame sensor, putting most lower model cameras to shame. You’ll also have more options to adjust the picture in-camera. And with the training programs, you won’t be overwhelmed with all the settings and modes Nikon packed into this device.

The camera also comes with a AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens, so you’ll be able to start using it out of the box. It’s a versatile lens that provides excellent wide-angle shots and some telephoto zoom capability, so you won’t have to buy multiple lens out of the gate.

And then there’s the Nikon MB-D16 Multi Power Battery Pack. If you’re planning on long shooting days, battery life is going to be an issue. The power pack extends the battery life, so you won’t have to worry about it dying in the middle of a shoot or on your scenic travels. It’s also designed to mesh with the camera and is comfortable to hold. That may not sound like much, but it can help with keeping the camera steady in your hands. After all, who wants to look at blurry pictures?

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