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Hey guys - just noticed this and thought I'd help some people out. I ordered another copy of this for my work computer today - at $90 (without student/teacher weirdness) you can't beat it!

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JonK wrote in post #13989450external link
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Hey guys - just noticed this and thought I'd help some people out. I ordered another copy of this for my work computer today - at $90 (without student/teacher weirdness) you can't beat it!

Jon

Sweet... Will they let us upgrade to LR4 for free?

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An upgrade is never free, but having an $89 licensed new copy means you will save when you buy the LR4 "upgrade".

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I just bought this a week ago for 150. Arrggghhhh

Post #4, Feb 29, 2012 14:42:44 as a reply to JonK's post 5 hours earlier.


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would this be a good move for me? I am currently using Aperture 3 and love the way I organize in it, but I have heard there are some better noise reduction filters in LR3. Is it worth the move or not? Also, I plan to begin shootin gin raw full time and not sure which is better for which.

Thoughts?

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I think the LR3 noise reduction is 100% better than LR2.

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Done....thank you

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trailguy wrote in post #13991945external link
I think the LR3 noise reduction is 100% better than LR2.

Without a doubt

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jmcder53 wrote in post #13991826external link
I just bought this a week ago for 150. Arrggghhhh

I bought it yesterday from Amazon for 125, and when I called them on it, they gave me the $35 difference back. If you bought from Amazon, they may do the same for you. If you bought from someone else, you're probably sol, but it doesn't hurt to ask them to match it anyway.

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shankarhokie wrote in post #13989469external link
Sweet... Will they let us upgrade to LR4 for free?

I know that Adobe sometimes does courtesy upgrades within a certain window, like 30 days, if you bought the old version. I got it when Elements 10 came out.

The only thing that makes me wonder if they'll do it with LR4 is that everyone is doing crazy sales on LR3. I read that amazon had LR4 full version for $149.99 for a short time, so maybe no upgrades....

Either way I'm covered. My LR3 isn't scheduled to be at my house until 3/6, so I just won't open it right away.

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