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Canon S110 Digital Camera bundle + CanonPhotoPaper + Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Inkjet = $179 + fs after MIR @ Adorama

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Longbean
12/29/13 1:26 PM
Canon S110 Digital Camera Bundle Link $190
Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Professional Photo Inkjet Printer +Free Canon SG-201 Photo Paper $389

Once you add both Bundle and Printer with free paper in the cart, the cart will show all the items and cart total as $579

Download Rebate here and fill it out and check the part that said Printer + photo paper + camera = $400 AE reward card

 
WikiPost
12/29/13 1:26 PM
Canon S110 Digital Camera Bundle [ image/jpeg - 21.55kB ]
misch
12/29/13 2:53 PM
Wow. Nice find. You can probably flip the printer for a few bucks back on top of that.

Don't forget 2% FW Cash Back, that's $11.58.
ArtieLange
12/29/13 4:10 PM
Good deal OP.
jpessin3
12/29/13 5:53 PM
Just a note, the printer is very big and weighs a lot. Shipping it out will be work. (I know, I sold one of them.)
ahallfatwallett
12/29/13 5:55 PM
I got an S100 about six weeks ago - loved the camera but found it has a notorious chronic "stuck lens" issue which I experienced in the first 30 days, so I sent it back to Adorama for a refund. (no hassles.) When they had the S110 about two weeks ago for $190 (no rebate but with case and 8GB card), I got that instead. I really don't like the S110 as much as the S100, though they internally much the same camera. The exterior design feels more awkward, more ordinary. I also couldn't get the WiFi to connect on the camera, so that feature is about useless - wish it had the S100's GPS instead, something I would use. But the S110 should work and take nice pictures.
jpessin3
12/29/13 5:56 PM
You also must cut off the UPC symbol from the box for the rebate (You must physically cut off the UPC leaving a hole in the box - it specifically says that on the rebate form.) So if you want to resell it you are going to have to repair the box by taping some king of cardboard on before being able to ship it out.
ciscoopa
12/29/13 6:19 PM
jpessin3 said:   

You also must cut off the UPC symbol from the box for the rebate (You must physically cut off the UPC leaving a hole in the box - it specifically says that on the rebate form.) So if you want to resell it you are going to have to repair the box by taping some king of cardboard on before being able to ship it out.


  Its a tiny ~1.5x1 inch hole...yes put some tape over it but really no big deal.  Most of these printers are sold sans UPC because they're all rebate deals.

I got in on this when it included the 16GB SD extreme and camera case.  Just waiting on rebate now.  Anyone who's considering...this printer box is HUGE and HEAVY.  It's bigger than one of the trunks you put at the foot of your bed.  Local sale on CL is your best bet.
chrispitude
12/29/13 6:28 PM
ahallfatwallett said:   

I got an S100 about six weeks ago - loved the camera but found it has a notorious chronic "stuck lens" issue which I experienced in the first 30 days, so I sent it back to Adorama for a refund. (no hassles.) When they had the S110 about two weeks ago for $190 (no rebate but with case and 8GB card), I got that instead. I really don't like the S110 as much as the S100, though they internally much the same camera. The exterior design feels more awkward, more ordinary. I also couldn't get the WiFi to connect on the camera, so that feature is about useless - wish it had the S100's GPS instead, something I would use. But the S110 should work and take nice pictures.


I purchased a refurb S100 from Canon. The S110 is cheaper and better solely by the specs, but I preferred the front grip and the physical buttons versus the touchscreen. Because of this, I am in the strange position of having spent more on an older, "lesser" camera by choice.
ahallfatwallett
12/29/13 7:39 PM
chrispitude said:   


ahallfatwallett said:   

I got an S100 about six weeks ago - loved the camera but found it has a notorious chronic "stuck lens" issue which I experienced in the first 30 days, so I sent it back to Adorama for a refund. (no hassles.) When they had the S110 about two weeks ago for $190 (no rebate but with case and 8GB card), I got that instead. I really don't like the S110 as much as the S100, though they internally much the same camera. The exterior design feels more awkward, more ordinary. I also couldn't get the WiFi to connect on the camera, so that feature is about useless - wish it had the S100's GPS instead, something I would use. But the S110 should work and take nice pictures.


I purchased a refurb S100 from Canon. The S110 is cheaper and better solely by the specs, but I preferred the front grip and the physical buttons versus the touchscreen. Because of this, I am in the strange position of having spent more on an older, "lesser" camera by choice.



  Yeah, my S100 was a refurb, too.  When the lens got stuck open 25 days after I got it and would not retract until I played with it for half an hour, I googled and found this is a common problem ("Lens Error") with the S series, but a couple of series of serial numbers were particularly prone to them:

http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer?pageKeyCode=prdAdvDetail&docId=0901e024805ab992 

See if your serial number starts with a number between 29 and 41 (mine started with 41).  If so, Canon will apparently still fix it out of warranty if you have this problem.  But if you read up, some people experience the problem with their S100 twice.  I just didn't want to worry about it - so I returned it to Adorama for a refund instead of sending it in for warranty support.  And I didn't want to have it happen while I was on vacation or something.
 
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