« on: December 02, 2011, 06:25:20 PM »
35mm L 1.4
35mm L 1.4
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Now that I can start to buy, thanks Mt. Spokane.
15% is still pretty good. Certainly not the same as saying (we make no money) 15% is $150 profit on every $1,000 moved. Customer pays the sales tax, every expense is a write-off, and they more than cover the overhead on the accessories and then some.
I wouldn't be surprised to hear even slightly larger % margins from some sellers, not including those bonuses you mentioned.
What about things like price changes in the MSRP? Aren't they guaranteed by Canon when the MSRP lowers? I could have sworn they were.
Save the "pixel quality" and "sensor noise" arguments for the summer BBQ parties.those two points are two of many reasons that separates the 5d from A77.
I see that the 24-70 II is coming out soon. I probably won't be able to afford it, but the original 24-70 has dropped in price far enough that its within reach.you can buy a used one and if the price drops, you won't have lost that much money. If the price increases like the 70-200 28IS MKI, you stand to make a few bucks if decide to sell it.
MY QUESTION IS: When the 24-70 II comes out, how much do you think the original 24-70 will drop in price?
Do lenses usually have a fast drop in price when the replacement comes out? Because it seems like the 70-200 2.8 IS didn't drop in price too much even after its predecessor came into the market.
questions questions questions