IT Show - Scanned copy of Tamron lenses clearance prices


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kelccm

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The usual price in the brochure are marked up so high. And their clearance price is almost the same as the normal market price.
 

nyxx88

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kelccm said:
The usual price in the brochure are marked up so high. And their clearance price is almost the same as the normal market price.
Really? I am interested in the 70-210mm F2.8. Can anyone advise what is the typical market price? Thanx.
 

wind30

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how much is the other lens going for? The 90mm macro? any good bargains for the newer lens?

The 70-210 f2.8 looks cheap but not much info on it on the net leh, is it a very old model?
 

nyxx88

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Thanx for the info on the pricing guys. I will probably be better off saving my money for other lens.
 

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Wanna buy from me? I'm looking to sell mine.

dr34mc4st3r said:
i think the 28-200 price is great for a starter lens haha

 

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kenele said:
How much the AF 18-200mm? If w/o trade-in also eligible to the $250 discount??? Thx.
of course not ...... even with trade in only a few lenses can be eligible for the $250 trade in. Most lenses will have pretty low trade in value.
 

blurblock

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The 28-200 superzoom, for example, I got it at $450 nearly 6 years ago. The Tamron 19-35mm was selling at one time in Cathay for $350 ..... so I do not see the "clearance sales" has any sales effect, other then they are selling below their own Distributor Recommended Selling price, which is often very much higher then Street Price.
 

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