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  Reply # 1499767 26-Feb-2016 12:25
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Walked in again this week and could see stocks were going out real fast, including some of the demo products.

 

Basically all amplifiers, speakers and headphones are 50% off, except for the flagship headphone MDR-Z7, which I believe is out of stock now anyway.  However if one is after some decent mid-range headphones, the MDR-1ADAC is good value for money at $325 (originally $649.95)

 

Or the wireless speaker top model SRS-X99 is also pretty good value @ $500 (originally $999.99)

 

TV stocks are getting less by the day as I saw more empty shelf where the TVs were placed

 

No sign of PS4 from the beginning (quite understandable)

And if you are after some decent mirrorless camera, the A6000 single lens package is selling @ around $849 (originally $1399.95); I use this camera and couldn't be happier with it...

 

And also some of the hi res audio component is discounted by 50% so again good time to have a look.

 

 


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  Reply # 1499787 26-Feb-2016 12:46
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zhuyan: (snip)
And if you are after some decent mirrorless camera, the A6000 single lens package is selling @ around $849 (originally $1399.95); I use this camera and couldn't be happier with it...

 

 

Really shows what a bargain those of us who managed to snap up the A6000 for was it $600 or $650 at the pre-Xmas DSE sale got! Still, a great camera even at that price (though I think, if I had the choice, I'd go with a two-lens kit, given the lenses are so expensive when purchased separately).


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1499798 26-Feb-2016 13:12
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There wouldn't happen to be any decent reductions on the cheaper Sony e-mount primes (if they've got any of that stuff at all), e.g. 50mm F1.8, 35mm F1.8, 30mm macro, etc





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  Reply # 1499799 26-Feb-2016 13:12
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jonathan18:

 

zhuyan: (snip)
And if you are after some decent mirrorless camera, the A6000 single lens package is selling @ around $849 (originally $1399.95); I use this camera and couldn't be happier with it...

 

 

Really shows what a bargain those of us who managed to snap up the A6000 for was it $600 or $650 at the pre-Xmas DSE sale got!

 

 

 

 

Yep, that's been unmatched, even with the black Friday sales in America etc.

 

 

 

Being mirrorless you can adapt many lenses to the Sony E mount, albeit often in manual focus only.


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  Reply # 1499810 26-Feb-2016 13:24
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rb99:

 

There wouldn't happen to be any decent reductions on the cheaper Sony e-mount primes (if they've got any of that stuff at all), e.g. 50mm F1.8, 35mm F1.8, 30mm macro, etc

 

 

 

 

There's no prices marked on those.  I think when you ask they'll give you 25 %.  Given the price:weight/size ratio it'll be easy and cheap enough for Sony to ship the ones they don't sell to another store come d-day.

 

 





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  Reply # 1499850 26-Feb-2016 13:45
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rb99:

 

There wouldn't happen to be any decent reductions on the cheaper Sony e-mount primes (if they've got any of that stuff at all), e.g. 50mm F1.8, 35mm F1.8, 30mm macro, etc

 

 

 

 

There's no prices marked on those.  I think when you ask they'll give you 25 %.  Given the price:weight/size ratio it'll be easy and cheap enough for Sony to ship the ones they don't sell to another store come d-day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

OK Thanks, might see if I can phone them up and enquire.





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