Photodesk Ltd. slash digital camera pricesBy Chris Williams. Published: 7th Apr 13:44:50 | Permalink | Printable
In a press release sent to drobe.co.uk, Chris Hornby of Photodesk has announced a slash in digital camera prices to compete with high street stores. In the article republished below, Chris points out that his products are bundled with RISC OS drivers and software, ready to use.
New olympus camera prices
High street price war has forced Photodesk Ltd. to reduce the prices of the most popular cameras
The entry level Olympus C-860L digital camera has been reduced to only £225.00 including VAT and Photodesk PhotoLink software. The most popular model, the C960 Zoom, is now only £320.00 The C990Zoom has been reduced to £450.00
Two new Olympus models join the line-up. The C2020Z replacement, the C2040 is now available but unfortunately with USB support only. It is £25.00 cheaper than the 2020 at £525.00 Photodesk hope to provide this camera with a card reader shortly. The C3040Z with its new bright lens replaces the C3030 at the same price of £800.00 including VAT and PhotoLink support. Other cameras include the C2100Z at £900.00, The E100RS at 1350.00 and the E10 at £1550.00
Managing director Chris Hornby said: "Photodesk, being a small outfit, has had problems competing with high street chains on camera prices, but these new deals which include RISCOS driver software should encourage purchasers to come back to us. Bearing in mind that Photodesk Olympic is only £69.00 if purchased with a camera, this must be a real bargain"
Photodesk Ltd.: www.photodesk.ltd.uk
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