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|09-29-2012 07:45 PM|
Price Reduced !!
There is a new coupon for $40, bringing the final price down to $179.99.
The new price is $50 below Amazon's price, and the best price I have been able to find for this camera.
I have updated the original post with this information.
|09-16-2012 06:18 AM|
|chantico||you've posted this exact deal before|
|09-15-2012 11:12 PM|
|09-15-2012 10:52 PM|
Price Reduced - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150 Digital Camera Bundle for $180 @ Costco B&M (Save $50)
Costco is offering the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150 Digital Camera Bundle for $180 at their B&M stores. Camera is available in Black, Red and Blue.
The bundle includes:
1. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150 (18 MP sensor, 10X Optical Zoom)
2. One Sony 8 GB SDHC Card (Class 4)
3. One Sony Case for the Camera (It's actually pretty nice)
4. 100 free 4x8 prints at Costco.
$219.99 (Original Price) - $40 (Instant Rebate) = $179.99 + Tax (Final Price at Register)
The rebate is taken off at the register - No MIR hassles.
Price is good through Oct 7th. This is $50 below current pricing at popular B&M and Online stores ($230 at Amazon ).
This camera is identical to the Sony DSC-WX100, except the WX150 has a 3-inch LCD instead of a 2.7-inch LCD on the WX-100.
This Camera is top rated by many Digital Photography websites.
It is the current PC Mag Editor's Choice for Compact Point-and-Shoot Cameras.
Here are some links to reviews of this camera:
My Impressions from using this camera for a week:
I compared this Sony with the Canon SX260 ($280) and the Nikon S8200 ($210). I found the Sony to be the equal of the Canon in low-light photography, and its superior in speed and responsiveness (shutter-lag, speed to next photo etc.). The Sony beat out the Nikon in low-light photography, speed of auto-focus and responsiveness.
The Sony is also much smaller than the Canon and the Nikon, without compromising handling ease. It fits my large hands, and my wife's small hands equally well.
Consumer Reports ranks Sony > Canon > Nikon cameras in reliability. You should take that ranking with a grain of salt, but I take it to mean that Sony's cameras are at least as reliable as Canon's.