Canon S100 stock status

The Canon S100 was announced in mid-September 2011, following up on the momentum built by the S95 and S90. The S100 is the first among the three to use a CMOS sensor instead of the CCD in the S95 and S90 that offered limited burst mode and video capture… For more on the camera, check its slowly growing list of reviews.

Latest Update: Fri May 25, 2012 at 7pm EST – Nearly two weeks since our previous update and the prices remain more or less the same… Prices below are rounded to the nearest 5 or 10 in order to keep the updates sane…

Canon S100 stock status
Canon S100 In-Stock Pre-Order
black
$430
Amazon ($380, Amazon itself)
BuyDig ($380)
Best Buy ($380)
B&H Photo ($380)
Adorama ($380)
OneCall ($385)
J&R World ($390)
Beach Camera ($390)
Abt Electronics ($405)
Cameta ($410)
Tigerdirect
CompUSA
Circuit City
RitzCamera.com
silver
$430
Amazon ($380)
Adorama ($380)
B&H Photo ($380)
BuyDig ($380)
J&R World ($390)
Beach Camera ($390)
Best Buy ($400)

Footnotes
+ One disambiguation point for the uninitiated: In addition to the 2011 Canon S100, Canon also released a Canon Elph S100 many years ago. If buying used or on eBay and you see Canon S100 listings at crazy prices, you are probably looking at the old Elph S100, not the 2011 S100
+ updates are as of the “Latest Update” time shown above. For the latest updates, check the retailers’ websites
+ “listed only” means that the camera is listed on a website but you cannot pre-order or order it
+ “toos” or TOOS = temporarily out of stock
+ if buying from Abe’s of Maine, use coupon LOYALTY15 for $15 off $400+ (YMMV)
+ your orders/pre-orders through these pages help support and fund this blog’s work in the past, present and future
+ errors, typos, confusions are always possible

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