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Canon PowerShot G9 X Ultra Slim Digital Camera + Pixma Pro-100 Printer + Paper + Bag + 32GB Card EXPIRED

zc8 1,389 392 April 15, 2016 at 05:40 PM in Point and Shoot Cameras (10) More Adorama Deals
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Promoted 04-18-2016 by brisar at 11:01 AM View Original Post
Adorama offers a Bundle consisting of Canon PowerShot G9 X Ultra Slim Digital Camera + Pixma Pro-100 Printer + 50-Sheets of Canon Photo Paper + Lowepro Edit 100 Bag + 32GB SanDisk Extreme Class 10 Card all for $699.99 - $350 rebate = $349. Shipping is free. Thanks zc8

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Rebate valid April 3 - April 30, 2016. - brisar

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Edited April 18, 2016 at 10:46 AM by brisar
A nice bundle for $350 before tax after $350 rebate.

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Fine for most people... that never want to shoot action stuff, or anything indoors in less than blinding light, or far away, or that you want to print out, or that you want to be able to get the most out of editing, or portraits where it's nice to blur the background, or situations where you don't have over a minute to adjust camera settings and still get a shot, or you want to use a tripod, etc..

Like I said... if you actually care about the quality of your photos a better camera will make a difference. If you just want to post so-so photos taken in decent conditions to Facebook then a camera phone works great for that.

If this isn't for you by all means move on, but it's ridiculous to claim there's not a significant market for cameras like this.
Sure, as soon as you can get a f/2, 3x zoom, 6.5 frames per second, 12,800 ISO capable, 1/2000 to 30 second exposure capable, 1" sensor, decent flash, RAW capable, 20 megapixel, camera phone that's as easy to handle and adjust on the fly as a dedicated camera.

If you actually care about the quality of your photos, or you're shooting at all in challenging conditions, a camera phone is really no substitute.

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love the looks of this camera. but unfortunately the high end camera phones have made point and shoot cameras redundant.
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Quote from apnagirish View Post :
love the looks of this camera. but unfortunately the high end camera phones have made point and shoot cameras redundant.
Depends on your opinion of image quality and if you want optical zoom.
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Quote from apnagirish View Post :
love the looks of this camera. but unfortunately the high end camera phones have made point and shoot cameras redundant.
a FUJI x30 which is in the same price range as this Canon will blow away any cell phone camera.
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Quote from queefburbs View Post :
a FUJI x30 which is in the same price range as this Canon will blow away any cell phone camera.
it is also the convenience with high resolution and acceptable low light quality. don't get me wrong, I also own an earlier version of this POS camera but that the overall market car has drastically reduced due to cell phone cameras... credit to iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and the latest Nexus phones.
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G9x has 1-inch sensor, no phone, even iphone is even close in terms of IQ, especially under low light.
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Quote from apnagirish View Post :
it is also the convenience with high resolution and acceptable low light quality. don't get me wrong, I also own an earlier version of this POS camera but that the overall market car has drastically reduced due to cell phone cameras... credit to iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and the latest Nexus phones.
The camera on my Nexus 6 sucks. Slow response, blurry photos, and only good under very good light.
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What's with the micro sd? Looks like it uses standard cards
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Quote from effinga View Post :
What's with the micro sd? Looks like it uses standard cards
I assume you mean from the picture? They don't actually say whether they're shipping microsd or not. Either way, who cares? The microsd cards ship with an adapter to the larger size, anyway.
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Quote from scottegos2 View Post :
I assume you mean from the picture? They don't actually say whether they're shipping microsd or not. Either way, who cares? The microsd cards ship with an adapter to the larger size, anyway.
Here's the link to the included micro sd card http://www.adorama.com/IDSE45MSD32B.html I just think it's odd they are including a lowepro bag that holds a dslr and a micro sd. That being said I'm in for a black bundle. IMO the silver and brown is fugly. Also the black bundle gets a extra free camera pouch and gives the option to add the Canon - Connect Station CS100 1TB External USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive for $69.00.
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Only 3x optical zoom. Do I read it right?
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Quote from apnagirish View Post :
love the looks of this camera. but unfortunately the high end camera phones have made point and shoot cameras redundant.
Sure, as soon as you can get a f/2, 3x zoom, 6.5 frames per second, 12,800 ISO capable, 1/2000 to 30 second exposure capable, 1" sensor, decent flash, RAW capable, 20 megapixel, camera phone that's as easy to handle and adjust on the fly as a dedicated camera.

If you actually care about the quality of your photos, or you're shooting at all in challenging conditions, a camera phone is really no substitute.
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Quote from EtherGnat View Post :
Sure, as soon as you can get a f/2, 3x zoom, 6.5 frames per second, 12,800 ISO capable, 1/2000 to 30 second exposure capable, 1" sensor, decent flash, RAW capable, 20 megapixel, camera phone that's as easy to handle and adjust on the fly as a dedicated camera.

If you actually care about the quality of your photos, or you're shooting at all in challenging conditions, a camera phone is really no substitute.
yea except you only "need" those in very specific/challenging circumstances. a camera phone will be fine for most people.
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Quote from tonkotsu View Post :
yea except you only "need" those in very specific/challenging circumstances. a camera phone will be fine for most people.
Fine for most people... that never want to shoot action stuff, or anything indoors in less than blinding light, or far away, or that you want to print out, or that you want to be able to get the most out of editing, or portraits where it's nice to blur the background, or situations where you don't have over a minute to adjust camera settings and still get a shot, or you want to use a tripod, etc..

Like I said... if you actually care about the quality of your photos a better camera will make a difference. If you just want to post so-so photos taken in decent conditions to Facebook then a camera phone works great for that.

If this isn't for you by all means move on, but it's ridiculous to claim there's not a significant market for cameras like this.
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