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Sunday, September 16, 2007

New Camera Parade at Best Buy!

First off, the usual 12 months no interest on all digital cameras over $299. Also Sandisk is having a co-promotion to help fight Alzheimer's. For each Sandisk SDCZ6-2048-A11ALZ 2gb usb flash drive or SDSDH-2048-A11ALZ 2gb Ultra II SD card sold, $1 will be donated to the Alzheimer's foundation. The flash drive is $25 while the SD card is $30.

Speaking of memory cards, the 4gb PNY P-SDHC4GB4-RF3 SDHC is $45, while their 2gb microSD P-SDU2G-RF3 is $30. For the proprietory crowd, the Fuji 1gb xD is $25, while the Sandisk SDMSPD-2048-A10 2gb memorystickproduo is $35.

Hey what about some cameras? The only DSLR advertised is the Nikon D40x with the 18-55 DX kit lens at $750, a $50 price drop from the typical big chain store price. Of course you can always buy it for less at online retailers and discounters. But if you have a $750 Best Buy gift card burning in your pocket...

The only superzoom advertised is the brand new Kodak Z812-IS for a tempting price of $300. Another brand new camera is advertised as well, this one featuring an exclusive Best Buy black finish. We are talking bout the Casio EX-V8 for $305. However, be sure to read the reviews for its predecessor model, the Exilim EX-V7 before buying it!

The new camera parade continues with the big mystery camera, the Fuji F50fd featuring a 12mp SuperCCD sensor for $300. The big mystery being how well does this camera perform in low noise situations compared to its critically acclaimed 6mp predecessor and the more recent 8mp and 9mp versions? Yes, this Finepix has sensor shift stabilization!

Also at 12 megapixels is the sleek looking Kodak Easyshare V1253 black at $300, and 720p 30fps video mode which may make it tempting for video fans :) Another sleek camera is the new Nikon Coolpix S51 in navy color for $280. This is not the wireless model, the wireless model has a small "c" in its name, "S51c" and costs about $50 more.

And for those bargain hunters looking for a pink camera, the Panasonic LS75 is exclusively avaiable in pink @ Best Buy for $150. This entry-level P&S camera includes MegaOIS stabilization, just like any other non-DSLR Panasonic camera of the last few years.

And this concludes our Best Buy coverage for this week! Remember the circular ads are also useful if you want to ask your favorite retailer to price-match the item, assuming they carry it and assuming they have a price-matching policy. In fact some stores have a 110% price match guarantee, which means you will get the item at a slightly lower price even!

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