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Friday, May 30, 2008

Camera deals at Fry's (Friday newspaper ads)

So what does Fry's Electronics has advertised for Friday high tech shoppers? Lots of stuff as usual, let's take a look at the digital cameras!

Front page of their ad is the Olympus Stylus 850SW for $267, which is about $17 above Amazon price. This uses an 8mp 1/2.5" sensor, and is a member of the shockproof/waterproof "SW" series. If only Olympus added support for SD/SDHC memory cards, these would sell like hot cakes! Olympus, listening?

From the same like, we have the 1030SW for $350, which is exactly the Amazon price, give or take a few pennies here and there. No rebates adn available in multiple fashionably loud colors.

More from Olympus, whose sales perhaps may be boosted by the Olympics, simply because of the similarity in name, the FE-240 with its 19 shooting modes is going for $1777 and it is available in multiple colors!

And two ultracompact stylish cameras on sale, the Panasonic FS3 for $180, and the Casio Exilim EX-Z80 for $177 and in multiple delicious colors. This seems to be a magic price, and as we said before, the sub-$200 price is a great bang for the buck price level.

If you want to spend even less, the Canon A470 is just $117 and in multiple colors. Our suggestion is to look at the A-series models with image stabilization instead, if you have the budget for them, such as the A570-IS, A590-IS and A720-IS.

Last but certainly not least, the Canon Digital Rebel XSi 450D with the 18-55 EF-S IS kit lens is offered for an amazing $3 discount off the standard price. Yes, you can get it for $897. Lucky you :)

There is also a 12-months no interest special financing promo, whose terms and conditions you can find at frys.com or at their local stores or somewhere in the newspaper ad.


Accessories
A USB 2.0 memory card reader of unknown brand can be yours for $5 after a $5 mail-in rebate. It reads multiple formats including SmartMedia and micro drives.

You can never have too many mice, they have a $4 optical mouse of uknown brand and maker. Disposable price? One per customer please!

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