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Friday, November 09, 2007

Right now at Amazon, what's moving?

We start with our daily giant Cameta Cameta bundle, this time it costs $310 and includes Olympus Stylus 790 SW 7.1MP Digital Camera (Blue) + xD-Picture Card Reader/Writer + Spare Li-42B Battery for Olympus + Compact Digital Padded Carrying Case . The 790SW is a more stylish version of the 770SW, but its endurance specs have been reduced a little bit.

If you like the Samsung brand and Pentax K-mount lenses, the Samsung GX1S with an 18-55 digital lens is $441. The GX1S is the Samsung version of the Pentax *ist DS2. More from them, the Samsung NV7 is $160 through TigerDirect.

Speaking of DSLRs, here is a very hot lens, in a giant Cameta Camera bundle for $715: Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 G ED-IF AF-S VR [Vibration Reduction] DX Lens + Hoya 72mm UV Haze Protector Glass Filter + CapKeeper Lens Cap Strap + 6-Piece Cleaning Kit - for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras including Nikon D40, D40x, D50, D70, D70s, D80, D100, D200 & D300.

More DSLRs, the Olympus E410 with the two kit lens is just $660. These are the new and smaller kit lenses, that fit the smaller footprint of the E410. Take a look!

And if you crave a film SLR, the Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera with EF 28 to 90mm II USM Lens is just $188. Film not included!

A slightly older camera, the Canon SD40 is available from J&R World for $160. Yes, that's right $160!

The new Nikon S510 is $239 via Beach Camera. But even better, especially if you love wide angle, the Nikon P50 is just $200. Yes, just two hundred! A poor man's version of the P5000/P5100 if you must - in some ways though.

Want a piece of HP history? The HP R837 is $139 from Beach Camera, while the HP Mz67 is just $143. The fire sale has already began? :-)

Olympus fans, the Olympus FE 280 is just $160, while their Olydak friends have the Kodak M753 at just $114.

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