In need of some extra storage for all those media files? Check out this deal on a 2TB external Seagate HD for $80.
If you’re still only sporting USB 2.0, you’ll be OK since USB 3.0 is backwards compatible with it too.
Several Nikon DSLR and lens combos have solid instant rebates available, which make for a heckuva deal in time for the holidays. These rebates run through December 12, 2009.
All you have to do to take advantage of the rebate is order one of the camera and lens combos noted below. The following links take you to Amazon.com. You have to add both products to your shopping cart and Amazon will automatically apply a $200 or $100 discount (depending on the combo) at checkout.
Additional detail are available on the respective product pages on Amazon.com.
How many of you out there can honestly say that your camera does more work than you do? With PhotoPlus Expo close approaching here in New York City and vendors prepping with meetings with all of us, it may be worthwhile to check out the education lectures and information sessions being offered. Of course, some cameras are more capable than others so there may very well be two sides of this fence that are well defended.
Dell has a killer deal on the Canon Rebel XSi at $599.99 after $80 off with coupon code $GLW7$3SFZ930$
It was a great deal a couple weeks back when it was $629.99 for a day. This is awesome though, particularly considering that Amazon is selling it for $654.95. I paid $900 for this kit 6 months ago – *sigh.
You must use the coupon code above to get your $80 off. The promotion is good through October 30, 2008 or after 500 purchases, whichever comes first.
Although I haven’t seen an official statement from Nikon on the price drop, many trusted retailers have already implemented it. Amazon’s actually got it priced much less for the time being.
Here’s a rundown of the sale prices at trusted online retailers (as of the time of this posting):
Amazon – $2519.97
Adorama – $2679.00
B&H Photo – $2699.95
Ritz Camera – $2699.95