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Thursday, January 03, 2008

Samsung L730 at $100 and more late night camera deals at Amazon

Going into the night, the Samsung L730 continues to tempt buyers at the $100 price. The L730 is your typical 7mp, 3x optical, LiIon-based P&S camera, available in different colors as most subcompacts are.

The HP R742 is offered at $153. Goodbye HP cameras! Hello rebranded!

You never know when you might need a lens cap! The NIKON 72mm Nikon lens cap (LC-72) is offered by Adorama for $11.11. Nice number eh? :)

Our first giant bundle from Cameta Cameras comes in at 4330 and offers the following laundry list: Olympus Stylus 790 SW 7.1MP Digital Camera (Black) + Olympus 2GB xD-PictureTM Card + xD-Picture Card Reader/Writer + Spare Li-42B Battery for Olympus + Compact Digital Padded Carrying Case + Memory Card Storage Wallet + Flexible Tabletop Tripod + Digital Image Recovery Software + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth. Room service with that?

Their second giant bundle comes in at $370, and has the Nikon Coolpix P5100 12.1 Megapixel Digital Camera with 3.5x VR Optical Zoom + 4GB SDHC Memory Card + High Speed 2.0 USB SecureDigital Card Reader + Spare EN-EL5 Battery for Nikon + Digital Camera Case. A more "compact" bundle but good to get newbies started with a solid P&S camera!

At $242 you can get the Samsung NV10, one of the original three NV-series models, a 10mp, 3x unstabilized optical zoom lens LiIon-based model.

At $150 you can get the Olympus Stylus 760, with a 3x optical zoom lens, not the 5x lens that the newer Styluses (Styli?) use.

At about the same price you can get the Fuji Z10fd, available in multiple delicious colors. Please do not eat the cameras, regardless of how delicious they look!!!

Also declisious at $240 is the pink Sony T20, offered by Cameta Cameras. This is an older model, the newer models are the T200 and T70.

If you prefer a Nikon with "wifi" and VR, the Nikon S50c is offered by OneCall for $200.

DSLR World
On the DSLR front, $480 also from Cameta can get you an Olympus E500 with the older 14-45 kit lens.

And now a lens, the Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC HSM Macro Lens for Nikon DSLRs, for $455 thru 47th Street Photo. This is a DC lens, meaning you can only use it on DX DSLRs, not on FX (35mm full frame DSLRs). So it works on all current Nikon and Fuji DSLRs except for the Nikon D3 which is 35mm full frame (aka FX in Nikon-speak).

Moving along, the Sony A100, body only, is offered by Ritz Cameras for around $600, give or take. Rumors of an Alpha A200 are leaking on the net as well.

Meanwhile the Nikon D300 with the 18-135 DX lens is offered by Aodrama for the list price of $2100.

If that's too expensive, rejoice! The Nikon D80 with the 18-55 DX kit lens is offered for $880 through Adorama. This is a versatile dSLR, and doesn't have the focus motor issue that the D40 and D40x have with older Nikkor lenses.

Speaking of the D40, it is available from Cameta Cameras for $600 even, with the two lens kit, the 18-55 DX lens and the 55-200 DX lens.

Meanwhile the Panasonic L1, once as low as $800, sold and shipped by Amazon herself, has now gone up. It's current price is $969.

And this concludes tonight's update! Come back tomorrow for more!

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