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how much did you pay for canon 10-22mm?

 
HyperYagami
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Nov 21, 2007 03:34 |  #1

i'm trying to see if this canon "instant rebate" thing is really making it cheaper...it's $630 @ buydig right now, and wonder if i should pull the trigger now or wait longer...

you know, sometimes they "instant rebate" on MSPR which makes it about the same as the everyday price, trying to see if that's the case here...

thanks!



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Nov 21, 2007 10:58 |  #2

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Nov 21, 2007 11:54 |  #3

$639 from Norman Camera doing a BuyDig price match about 18 months ago.




  
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Nov 21, 2007 11:59 |  #4

get it used for easily $100 less and screw the rebates.




  
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Nov 21, 2007 12:23 |  #5

630 is a good price I paid 675 for mine about 2 months back


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Nov 21, 2007 12:52 as a reply to  @ GregFarz78's post |  #6

$640 for mine at B&H (just a week ago, with the rebate)


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Nov 21, 2007 12:58 |  #7

After buying, selling and trading to get it, I paid about $500 for mine. It took about 3 months to get it though.


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Nov 21, 2007 13:11 |  #8

HyperYagami wrote in post #4357385 (external link)
i'm trying to see if this canon "instant rebate" thing is really making it cheaper...it's $630 @ buydig right now, and wonder if i should pull the trigger now or wait longer...

you know, sometimes they "instant rebate" on MSPR which makes it about the same as the everyday price, trying to see if that's the case here...

thanks!

You don't know how good you have it over there, 2 years ago, I paid in the UK £510, (which was say about $918 US, exchange rate $1.8-£1), currently going for £469 but with rebate £414 (about $810 US $1.95-£1), you guy's, I don't know what your quibbling over, it's still a massive saving over what we pay in this country for the same item


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Nov 21, 2007 13:44 |  #9

The 10-22 retails for almost $1100 Canadian up here north of the border (although we'd be nuts to pay that). Not too bad when the Canadian dollar cost you $0.65 US. But now that the Canadian Dollar is par or better, $640 US sounds like a good price. I have a feeling that with the state of the US buck, your prices are going to start to climb in the States.

My 2 cents... (2.10 cents US) :lol:


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Nov 21, 2007 13:49 |  #10

$0 and a thank you card :p

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Nov 21, 2007 16:52 |  #11

pete.rush wrote in post #4359810 (external link)
You don't know how good you have it over there, 2 years ago, I paid in the UK £510, (which was say about $918 US, exchange rate $1.8-£1), currently going for £469 but with rebate £414 (about $810 US $1.95-£1), you guy's, I don't know what your quibbling over, it's still a massive saving over what we pay in this country for the same item

Same here in Greece. I bought the lens combined with the 17-85 for 1200 euro last year.

Now that the exchange rate between USD and euro is almost 1.5:1, the prices remain unchanged.

See here:http://www.adorama.gr …2cd9c1bd248d306​1ffa0de511 (external link)
the Canon lens pricelist in Greece in euro. Adorama have the best prices in town as they import directly from New York and pay in USD.




  
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Nov 21, 2007 18:09 |  #12

It figures! I bought mine for $685 last July, after seeing no movement on the price for about 2 years. Now it is about $640 after rebate.

But if I had waited, I wouldn't have all the pictures I took with it on several trips: one to Yellowstone/Grand Tetons and one to Hawaii.


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Nov 21, 2007 22:59 |  #13

I paid $690 in April from Adorama.


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Nov 21, 2007 23:51 as a reply to  @ bob_r's post |  #14

Bought mine about USD 520 used...:)




  
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Nov 22, 2007 03:13 as a reply to  @ XC Pictorial's post |  #15

I had 10-22mm for over a year and got it from B&H for $639 in 2006. Sold it sometimes ago for $565. Not bad at all. The resale value is pretty good for this lens, not mentioning the quality.


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