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Sunday, November 09, 2008

Camera deals at Office Max

A new circular ad for Office Max is hiding in your newspaper! Check your paper or your local store!

We start with the Nikon D40 with 18-55 lens being offered at the very competitive price of $450. And that's not all, Office Max is throwing in a free camera bag. Some stores may be offering a LowePro, while the website is offeering a free Case Logic camera case. The free camera case offer is good until November 15.

We continue with the Sony Cybershot S750 going for just $110. This is a great price y'all! Of course this camera requires a Memory Stick, so if you don't already have Memory Sticks, this will add to your costs, since MemorySticks cost more than SD/SDHC memory cards which are available for less.

At $120, we find the Kodak C913, which uses the rarely used 9mp 1/2.5" sensor, and has your typical 3x zoom lens and AA batteries. But that's not all, Office Max is throwing as a bonus a AA/AAA deluxe charger set. Normally not a big deal, but when you are buying a $120 camera, percentage wise, this is a good deal.

If you are not a big fan of AA batteries, Kodak's new M-series is leading the way, and the Easyshare M1063 can be yours for $140 with a free 2gb SD memory card.

Next up, at $160, we find the Olympus FE-340 with an 8mp sensor, and a 5x optical zoom lens. It has a 2.7" LCD display, but beware, it only takes xD memory cards!

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Moving along, we find two Canons, the AA-based A1000 IS, which by the way does not offer manual exposure, for $160, and also the SD1100 IS for $180. This is a cutesy Elph and available in multiple fashionable colors.

But if you insist on AA batteries, and want a camera slightly above the entry-level, the Nikon Coolpix P60 can be yours for $150. However, do note, that unlike the P50, this camera does not start at 28mm wide!

Staying with Coolpixies, the S550 can be yours for $180. This is a LiIon-based camera, perhaps not as "cutesy" as the Elph models, but it's a cross between the "ugly" AA cameras and the cutesy LiIons ;-)

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