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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Canon A720IS, Fuji IS-1, Samsung NV15 and other deals at Amazon

Let's see what we find at Amazon this Saturday.

First up, we start with a giant bundle from Cameta Cameras featuring the Canon A720 IS for $280. This includes a memory card, batteries and lots more. This is a camera made for the average camera user and the big electronics superstores.

If you can't afford a lens, get a lens cap: NIKON 58mm Lens Cap (LC-58) for $9 via Adorama ;-)

$108 is all you pay for the HP M637, one of the last HP-"made" Photosmarties.

Meanwhile if you are into Infrared, you can pay Adorama $750 and get the Fuji IS-1. This is an IS version of the Fuji S9100. Fuji does have a rather bizarre end user license agreement. Manufacturers gone wild!

If you like older Stylus cameras, the Oly 810 is available by Adorama for $188.

And we have a hybrid at $375: The Samsung SC-X300L Flash Memory Divx Camcorder with 10x Optical Zoom and Wired External Camera.

Pre-order me now! screams the Fuji Z100fd at $250 with free shipping and pre-order price guarantee from Amazon itself.

The Nikon D40 two lens kit is offered by Camera Cameras for $670. This includes the 18-55 DX and 55-200 DX lenses.

The Canon 30D, body ony, with the 18-55 EF-S lens is offered at $900 by Adorama. This is the best bang for the buck DSLR among Canons in our opinion!

Just $166 is what you pay for the Samsung NV15. Nice price!!! Get it now!!! BARGAIN ALERT!

Popular in Japan is the Panasonic FX33 at $250. You can get it in multiple fashionable colors. Find out why it was popular in Japan!

And here's a lens for $455 via 47th street photo: Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC HSM Macro Lens for Nikon DSLRs.

The Nikon P3 is at $250 via Beach Cameras. This is an older model but is wi-fi capable for those who are interested in wifi-enabled cameras. Alternately of course you can just get an EyeFi wireless memory card instead.

Last but not least, the Nikon D40x with the mid range 18-135 DX lens are offered together for $820, sold and shipped by Amazon.

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