No, we don't sell cameras. We do partner with a price search engine (see http://www50.shopping.com
). But, watch out for scam artists and make sure to check out customer reviews for any vendor you consider using http://www.resellerratings.com
If a price looks too good to be true, it probably is.
But, these models are no longer available new (they are all discontinued now). That's why I suggested used. ;-)
IMO, these modelshave the best macro mode in the business.
What are you going to be using the images for? Ebay listings or something else?
I see that you're in Australia.
I guess it's possible that you may be able to find a vendor that still has a new Coolpix 4500 in stock (even though it's a discontinued model now). This one is the newest of the 3 models I mentioned. But, you'll need to make sure it's not "gray market". Nikon USA will refuse to service acamera that is not intended for sale in the region you are located in, even if you are willing to pay them for the service. So, sometimes users buying camerashere don't find out about them being "gray market" (not intended for sale in the U.S.) until later (you can't trust some vendors). ;-)
I don't know if the same policy applies in Australia or not (if Nikon in Australia would service a camera not intended for sale there).
I'd let members here know what the images are going to be used for (for example, if not just for online use, at what sizes will you need to print these images).