expired Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Camera $499 Save $300 @JB HI-FI

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Currently $799.20 at JB -https://shop.jbhifi.co.nz/digital-cameras/digital-camera-slr/canon-eos100d-18mp-digital-slr-camera/70378


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    PriceSpy page for comparison of all 100D+lens kit prices:
    https://pricespy.co.nz/category.php?l=s314824410&o=produkt_p...

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      Only tells part of the story though. A lot of those are grey (parallel) stock, or being drop shipped directly from overseas. This would mean there is unlikely to be any local manufacturers warranty or protection under CGA (Depending on whether it's from an overseas company of not).

      With high quality products like these, it's generally ok, but just something to keep in mind.

      We got our 100D in Japan a few years back, it was about $600 with the twin lens kit.

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        Good point.

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        Shouldn't the CGA still apply even if it is sold through a NZ drop shipper or parallel importer?

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          I think if it's an NZ based/registered company, yea. However some just provide an address for a virtual office. Not pointing at any store in particular, because I haven't really looked into it here, but it happens a lot in Aus. The grey/parallel stores should be fine though, which most of the cheaper ones are.

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    It's a great price for a really good camera, but it's worth mentioning that its successor is finally being released later this year (SL2 in the US, 110D/200D? here). Of course that will probably retail for NZD$1500 on release, so as far as bang for your buck goes, this deal wins :)

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    Can I have a code PM'd to me please? Thanks

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    These don't look too bad spec wise. Includes the lens by the looks of it, so could do a lot worse.

    Slow burst rate of 4fps and a Pentamirror viewfinder instead of Pentaprism but pick up touch screen? Any progress on the magic lantern firmware for this model? Looks to have stalled.

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    Specs wise, it's quite similar to the older Canon 650D but in a smaller compact size. Personal preference - I rather spend extra $200 and get a Canon 750D with newer image processor, articulating screen, better AF points and much better sensor.