Lowest price since April - July 2009, not counting the 2% back.
Last edited by Son of Dad; 12-20-2012 at 02:03 PM..
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Obvious at this price, but, no IS. I have used the IS version, and love it - it's just MUCH more expensive. Not sure how much I would miss the IS.
Very tempting, though. I've already spent way too much this year, and my wife would probably kill me if I got this, but...
Depends what you take pictures of. If you shoot things that exclusively require something like 1/2000 sec shutter speed like action scenes, sports, or whatnot then IS is unimportant. But if you shoot at normal shutter speeds and prioritize lower ISO, then you're gonna miss the IS big time.
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I would get these for my wife but I'm pretty sure she is secretly cuckolding behind my back so I will have to pass on this deal this time around. Thanks and thumbs up.
What is the justification for the price increase to $19? I believe it is not legal to raise the price just because people are buying the product in an attempt to gouge the customer.
I've owned two of these before... and I always wound up selling them. I am just so blown away by some of my primes... and the zoom just doesn't cut the mustard. I'm not trying to start a debate on primes v. zooms, but it is just such a difference.
But it is a good lens if you have plenty of light. It's big so you will get noticed... whether that is a good or bad thing is up to you. It's not so big that it is cumbersome.
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Great lens but with crop sensor bodies and the F4 on this lens, i would definately recommend the IS version. great lens if you shoot in good light or use tripod but any dimm situations, you'll wish you had the f2.8 or IS version.
nanotube, Nikon seems to be more expensive than Canon in general. But the IS (or VR in Nikon terms) version of this lens is not cheap, either.
I would check out the comparisons between the two lenses at http://www.the-digital-picture.com. You can compare pretty much any Canon and Nikon lens, and at various apertures and often from multiple bodies.
I saw this price 2 days ago and ordered at $559.
- then I called back yesterday and asked them about the 10% off $100 promo that expired a few days ago and was able to get them to do a courtesy credit Also not sure if this online purchase would qualify for the current 5% Discover CB so might be a good idea to use your discover card, which is what I did.
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