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Does US 40D package include Adobe Lightroom?

 
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Oct 10, 2007 17:09 |  #1

The title says it all..

In South Korea.. you get a free copy of Adobe Lightroom as a bundle with 40D.

http://www.canon-ci.co.kr …_ing_view.jsp?t​xtSeq=5105 (external link)


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Oct 10, 2007 17:11 |  #2

hmm,,,, seems odd, sure it not be a Canon thing, just maybe a certain retailer thing, seems a bit silly considering they supply DPP with it FOC


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Oct 10, 2007 17:21 |  #3

NO..the answer say it all


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Oct 10, 2007 17:24 |  #4

MaDProFF wrote in post #4101807 (external link)
hmm,,,, seems odd, sure it not be a Canon thing, just maybe a certain retailer thing, seems a bit silly considering they supply DPP with it FOC

With my D60 and 10D I got copies of Adobe Elements. So no, it's not that odd.


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Oct 10, 2007 17:39 |  #5

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NO..the answer say it all

Bummer..
I was going to buy 40D if it had it..
Ah well.. I will just wait till the price go down.

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Oct 10, 2007 17:55 |  #6

defordphoto wrote in post #4101886 (external link)
With my D60 and 10D I got copies of Adobe Elements. So no, it's not that odd.

That was a few years ago, and I bet DPP was not even around then, or maybe it was?..... sure my 300D had it not that I ever used it?

Wonder why though it is bundled in Korea?


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Oct 10, 2007 19:01 |  #7

The 20D came with PS Elements and DPP in the US.




  
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Oct 10, 2007 19:04 |  #8

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The 20D came with PS Elements and DPP in the US.

Ahhh! That's right. I forgot about that. The D60 and 10D did come with some Canon software too, but it was real lame. Not even comparable to DPP.


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Oct 10, 2007 19:05 |  #9

Remember elements can be had at retail for sub-$100 though and is bundled with many brands of cameras...lightroom is $199 or more!


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Oct 10, 2007 19:10 |  #10

ALso remember Asia is quite special when it comes to software. To be competitive you nearly have to give your software away...




  
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Oct 10, 2007 19:12 |  #11

Grentz wrote in post #4102427 (external link)
Remember elements can be had at retail for sub-$100 though and is bundled with many brands of cameras...lightroom is $199 or more!

IMO, Lightroom is worth the extra $$$. It's sweet!!!


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