Adorama is the first retailer that I am aware of to list the Canon EOS M as discontinued. Searching for “EOS M” on Adorama’s site automatically directs you to a page containing discontinued items, and only displays used items. Additionally, the previous product listing for the EOS M now says “We are sorry, this item is no longer available.”
Perhaps the recent $299 fire sale for Canon EOS M kits depleted Adorama’s supply?
B&H and Amazon are currently back-ordered on this kit; however, you can still order at $299.
Additionally, the EOS M kit with 18-55mm lens for $349 is in stock at both B&H and Amazon.
If you have been thinking about picking up one of these very discounted prices, you may not have much time left to find one at all.
The Canon 5D Mark II,one of the most disruptive cameras to ever sit on store shelves, has been officially discontinued by Canon. [click to continue…]
The Nikon D700 was a grand camera. And now it’s gone. Out of stock. Discontinued.
Farewell dear friend.
[via Nikon Rumors]
Nikon Japan’s website now lists the Nikon D90 as discontinued. [click to continue…]
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