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  Reply # 777070 8-Mar-2013 20:21
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That T4i video kit looks nice.

I was going to buy a whole heap of video equipment from B&H last month, but I hesitated a little too long and missed some specials. So Amazon turned out to be cheaper for me.

Just use YouShop, allows you to order whatever from America (I've been using it a lot recently for my video gear).






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  Reply # 816519 13-May-2013 09:51
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Looks like the Warehouse has the Pentax K-30 for $899 + some postage for today only, from 10am.
http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1721104

Includes the basic kit lens, but at this stage I can't tell if it's the WR weather resistant version or not.  Picture shows the WR label on the lens, but it's not specifically mentioned anywhere in the page text.

Could be an ok deal here in NZ.  Not sure if this is a parallel import, or if there's any issue with an NZ Pentax warranty etc.  Not really sure if that's a deal or not, but thought I'd mention it here all the same.

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