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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Camera deals at Best Buy (Sunday thru Wednesday only)

You don't have to wait until Black Friday to get some camera deals at decent prices at Best Buy. Obviously you can't expect brick and mortar to out-do the biggest online discounters, but some of them may come close.

On the front page of the Best Buy weekly circular is the red Kodak M883 for $150. There are a minimum of 24 units per store, but no rainchecks. This is an 8mp 1/2.5" camera, and red is apparently a Best Buy exclusive color.

Meanwhile the Nikon D40x "whole enchilada" package is available for $800. This include the Nikon D40x, the 18-55 DX and 55-200 DX lenses, and an accessory kit that includes a Nikon bag, Nikon battery, and Nikon training DVD.

Next up we have a $100 camera, the Nikon Coolpix L11. This is your typical 6mp, 3x optical, 2.4" LCD, AA based camera.

For exactly twice as much you can get the Olympus Stylus 820 in the exclusive Best Buy Navy Blue color. Please keep in mind though that this one does not have stabilization, while model Stylus 830 does.

With image stabilization, and with a lens that starts at 28mm, the Canon SD870IS is waiting for you at $320. This is a new model and has a 3" LCD.

Meanwhile Sony offers a bundle, the W90 black with a Sony accessory kit that includes a spare battery and Sony case for the combined price of $260.

The digital picture frames are getting bigger as LCD prices drop, and a 10" Westinghouse DPF-1021 can be yours for $150.

If you want a backup or extra tripod, the Sunpak 52" Platinum Plus tripod is just $10, model 620-520BB. Yes, just $10! And while the ad says "buy with confidence", please adjust your expectations. Don't expect this to behave like a $100 tripod :)

Memory cards are at expected price ranges, a 2gb PNY for $20, 4gb Sandisk SDHC for $40, 1gb Fuji xD $25, 4gb Sony Memorystick pro duo $60. And for additional backup of your data while on the go, the 4gb Sandisk USB2.0 flash drive is $35.

Not a camera, but you can use it to view and showcase your pictures, a 26" Insignia 720p LCD HDTV for just $380. That's right three hundred and eighty. The model name is NS-LCD26. Insignia is a brand name used by Best Buy, obviously not manufactured by Best Buy.

One more thing, Best Buy's ad says that gifts can be excahnged or returned until January 31, 2008, regardless of when they were purchase. See their terms and conditions for more details.

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