With only one more day to go to Black Friday, here are some great deals which caught our eye today.

The Fujifilm X-T3 with the 18-55mm lens is now down to £1149 at Park Cameras, saving £400.
Two years old it may be but this is a very solid and versatile mirrorless camera, featuring a 26.1Mp APS-C X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, ISO 160-12800 (80-51200 extended), 425-point AF system with 2.16-million phase detection pixels, 30fps continuous burst shooting, and Dual SD card slots. While no longer so cutting edge (the X-T4 is one of the year’s biggest camera releases), much of what we said at the time holds up:

“Fujifilm had a solid platform on which to build the X-T3 and has once again succeeded at turning a great camera into an even better one. With very few flaws and so much to love… it remains a compelling choice for those who wish to bypass the larger full-frame mirrorless systems in the market.”

You can also get a good deal on the Sony A7R IV
It’s now down to £3199 at CameraWorld; with £500 cashback this brings the price down to £2699 and other retailers are offering similar discounts. This full-frame mirrorless powerhouse features a 61MP full-frame CMOS sensor, ISO 100-32,000 (expandable to ISO 50-102,400), 10fps continuous shooting, 5-axis in-body stabilisation, 5.76-million-dot EVF, a 3-inch, 1.44-million-dot tilt-angle screen and 4K/30fps video. The A7R IV is a great all-rounder, offering mind-blowing levels of detail,

“It’s not just a camera for landscape, architectural and still-life photography,” said our tester, Michael Topham. “Its enhanced autofocus speed, wide AF coverage, dedicated APS-C mode and large buffer makes it a suitable candidate for shooting moving subjects too… to be able to rattle out 61MP images at 10fps for 7 seconds before it requires a breather is extremely impressive given the vast volume of data it has to process.”

Meanwhile Amazon is offering a hefty £200 off the Fujifilm X-A7 Mirrorless Camera (Dark Silver) with Black XC15-45mm Lens. It’s a decent entry into X series cameras for people upgrading from a smartphone.