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Thursday, December 06, 2007

Afternoon camera snacks at Amazon

Let's take another look at what's moving on up in the shopping trends section of Amazon's Camera and Photo department.

Nothing says luxury like the Leica red dot, so when you pay $500 for the Leica C-LUX 2 through Adorama, you must be well aware that you can have the Panasonic equilavent for $200. But it doesn't say LEICA and there's no red dot!

The hybrid Sanyo Xacti HD700 continues to make wave at the sharply discounted price of $350.

Meanwhile the Canon 30D, body only, is offered for $900 through Adorama.

Hot off the HIGHLY RECOMMENDED dpreview rating, the Fuji F50fd is moving on up at $224.

Today's giant bundle from camera is centered around a very popular Nikon lens and costs $698. Here it is: 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.

The Canon 5D, body only is stabilizing (no pun intended) at $2200. On the other end of the spectrum, the cutesy red Samsung L830 is $161.

12 megapixels for just under $250 is what the Kodak V1253 offers. You should of course ask yourself whether you really need 12mp :)

The download cable costs almost more than the cameras! The $30 Olympus CB-USB7. This is the opposite of a bargain :)

At $107, GPS fans may be interested in this Sony GPSCS1KA GPS Unit Kit for Most Digital Still Cameras.

At $180, the Panasonic FX12 silver continues to tempt people who want a pocketable camera with IS, and a low price. A more lovely but not equally spec'ed camera is the Fuji Z10fd now dropping down to $147. The prices are dropping like craaaaazy!

Speaking of which, the Kodak M753 copper/brown is currently at $130.

$51 will get D-Rebel users this: Canon EH-18L Semi-Hard Case for the EOS Digital Rebel.

This concludes this episode of camera bargain fishing at Amazon ;-)

PS> If you are using IE, visit Amazon.com and search for the model name mentioned above. The widget that creates the links above has a problem with IE. Yet another reason to get Firefox/Mozilla :-)

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