It looks like the prices for Pentax lenses are going up again following the trend in USA.
It appears that Pentax’s US suggested retail prices on a number of genuine Pentax lenses might be going up again; the table below, based on yesterday’s prices at authorized retailers and the new prices, contains the specifics. Please note that we’ve rounded all prices for the sake of readability.
|DA 14mm F2.8||$710||$950||$240|
|FA 31mm F1.8 Limited||$990||$1300||$310|
|FA 35mm F2||$400||$600||$200|
|FA 43mm F1.9 Limited||$585||$750||$165|
|D FA 50mm F2.8 Macro||$450||$600*||$150|
|FA 50mm F1.4||$360||$450||$90|
|FA 77mm F1.8 Limited||$800||$1050||$250|
|DA 10-17mm F3.5-4.5||$530||$650**||$120|
|DA 12-24mm F4||$730||$900||$170|
|DA 17-70mm F4||$490||$600||$110|
|DA 55-300mm F4-5.8||$370||$400||$30|
*$150 instant rebate when bundled with a DSLR through 7/31
**$200 instant rebate when bundled with a DSLR through 7/31
These new prices are now reflected on the Adorama, Amazon, and Abe’s of Maine web sites. B&H has not upped their prices as of the time of this posting, so act fast if you’d like to get some savings in before it’s too late! To the best of our knowledge, this is not a temporary price increase.
More Pentax news at: http://www.pentaxforums.com/news/pentax-usa-increases-lens-prices.html#ixzz2SBTNfQrR
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