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B&H Year End Deals, including new low $599 for D3100 + 18-55mm lens, $49 for Lexar 16GB SDHC

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Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm NIKKOR VR Lens

The Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera is an affordable, compact, and lightweight photographic power-house. It features the all-purpose 18-55mm VR lens, a high-resolution 14.2 MP CMOS sensor along with a feature set that's comprehensive yet easy to navigate - the intuitive onboard learn-as-you grow guide mode allows the photographer to understand what the 3100 can do quickly and easily. . . Read More >>>

Price: $599.95 + Free Shipping (USA)
$649.95 - $50.00 Instant Savings | Offer Ends: 01/29/2011

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Great Lens Rebates from B&H Ending Soon...

Read on for rebates on Canon & Nikon lenses, Lens and camera combos, the surprisingly good Tamron 18-270, high speed CompactFlash cards and a state of the art Canon HD Camcorder.

Very Cool (Free) Guide to Video D-SLRs from B&H

The folks at B&H realize how interesting but also how complicated the addition of video to the D-SLR has made our buying decisions and how many new accessory needs it has created. So they've created a really nifty interactive guide to HD-Video D-SLRs that you can benefit from for free. Just click the Start button in the HDSLR logo to the left of this post to get started. And make sure and let us know what you think about their information on the subject.

Full Frame vs. DX Sensor--Which is right for you?

As some of you have noticed I've started blogging for the new B&H blog site, bhinsights. B&H has been a partner of ours for a long time, in particular they've been great at supporting the Africa safaris with do with Journeys Unforgettable and Wilderness Safaris. So it is great to be able to contribute by posting articles of interest to their customers.

Today's post is about the not so easy decision about whether you consider going back to full size (e.g. 35mm film size) sensor cameras now that they are available for digital--unless you have already of course. So if you get a chance check out the Should you go full frame? and let us know what you think and how your decision process is working.--David