B-Force wrote:Does the person already have a DSLR they use? If so, they might already have some lenses that can be used if you go with the same brand (Nikon, Canon etc). Otherwise you might have to buy all new ones.
rgcrgc wrote:Now a bijou tangent-ette, if I may. Kogan - discuss. They have a number of DSLRs at discouted prices. These are, clearly, parallel imports but a warranty is offered. Has anyone had any dealings with Kogan grey import warranties? Good,bad, indifferent?
rgcrgc wrote:*Spanishman (vi): To seek advice on internet fora from people with significantly more experience than yourself, completely ignore said advice, buy something else (often not conforming to your original specification), and subsequently abuse those whose advice you sought.
rgcrgc wrote:@baudman - do you have a recommendation for the lens?
baudman wrote:Kogan and warranty. Yep, I hadn't asked, because at that price it had to be a parallel import. We had a digital clock radio fail and it was mail return to sender (keep the box it came in to help facilitate that) and when they couldn't fix it, it was new for old. Took about 4 days from the time we got it to them. I'd imagine they'd outsource the camera fixing, so could take a little longer. It was a price/risk ratio I was prepared to wear.
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