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  Reply # 1210803 8-Jan-2015 20:47
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ResponseMediaNZ: Also look at dedicated camera retailers....

I know I get better pricing by a long shot especially on new glass 
Take the 70-200 F4 IS Lens - $2099 from Noel Leeming -- $1800 from Photo & Video


Photo & Video in Christchurch are listing the 70D Body cheaper and that's the standard list price I know they do cheaper if you talk to them


umm everyone is selling the 70D at $1448 ...

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  Reply # 1210804 8-Jan-2015 20:49
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ResponseMediaNZ: Also look at dedicated camera retailers....

I know I get better pricing by a long shot especially on new glass 
Take the 70-200 F4 IS Lens - $2099 from Noel Leeming -- $1800 from Photo & Video


Photo & Video in Christchurch are listing the 70D Body cheaper and that's the standard list price I know they do cheaper if you talk to them


umm everyone is selling the 70D at $1448 ...


Ummm Yup but also notice I added they will do it cheaper if you talk to them... That $1448 is the Web Price

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