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Amazon Lightning Deal - 7D

Discussion in 'Shopping, Suppliers and Bargains' started by hollis_f, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. hollis_f

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    09:00 Monday morning, Amazon have the 7D in their lightning sale. Probably only a few available, but it may be worth giving it a go.
     
  2. Chanser

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    They have a few lenses coming up, 2 of them L series and 600D, 550D.
     
  3. Carbonangel

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    The current 7D is listed at 1999 with 37% off saving 730quid....

    They are only about 1k no?

    So amazons amazing deal is based on an already inflated price?
     
  4. skiwhiz

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    be there before 8.59 or you will miss it several canon and olympus bodies & lenes on offer, worth a look
     
  5. RhianS

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    The 7d you're looking it isn't sold by Amazon themselves, but a company called FozTronic.

    Amazon's current selling price is £1034.95 which currently is one of the cheapest including P&P on camera price buster.
     
  6. JohnN

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    Very poor show for the 7D - 5% off (£1,199.00), still no rush to claim so plenty left if anyone needs one :)
     
  7. hollis_f

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    Well, the deal was £1200 for the 7D and 18-135 lens. That would normally be over £1300, so it seems a good deal.
     

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