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PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 5:34 pm 
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Hi folks,

Too good to be true? Well, according to this page the offer goes "Purchase a H3DII-39 Kit (includes 80mm lens) between now and September 30, 2008 and you can get an additional lens of your choice for $2500! Be guaranteed first access to the new H3DII-50 when it is launched in October 2008, and be able to upgrade your H3DII-39 to the new H3DII-50 at a cost equal to the difference in list price."

So, you get free use of an H3DII-39 until October provided you are prepared to pay the list price of the new H3DII-50 and you get to have an extra lens for only $2500. Unmissable! :?

Seriously, I guess if you need this sort of kit then it's a good deal. For some, having 50MP spread out over a 36×48mm sensor must be Christmas come early. 8)

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"300MB files" :? . Not only would you need to invest in camera and lenses, but memory too!

A nice rebate though, especially for those who need a camera like this for their job. Some of those lenses are crazy expensive :mrgreen: and being able to get them for 'only' $2500,- is a great deal.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 10, 2008 2:03 am 
What is the list price of the new one? The previous one was about $40,000 or so. Is it in the range of $1000 a megapixel?


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