The prices of digital SLR's seems to stay artificially high, as so
many people want them, the sellers can get what they want... Let's
look at the 10D now, at $2700 for the body (current walk in price at a
Pro dealer near me) compared to six months ago at $3999 - I know
people who would happily pay $2500 for mine, just to save a couple of
hundred bucks on the purchase...
The other thing that may help hold the price of the 300D to higher
levels is there shouldn't be a lot of people wanting to resell them
for a while - if the target market is the 'consumer' slr owner, why
are they going to replace it with the 400D when and if it comes out?
If the lenses are truly the investment that you make, why replace the
body anytime soon?
On 23 Sep 2003 02:45:08 GMT, eug k <com.au>