It's not like me to get annoyed and start a hate campaign, but I feel a good rant and rave is due to Dixon's this week. Some may have seen a full page spread in the newspapers last week-end announcing a special sale. Amongst the items on offer was the FUJI FINEPIX 2200 for just £149.99 (RRP £349). I didn't actually see this ad until Monday but I went directly to Fuji's Website to get the specs etc. This was too good to be true I thought, another mag was advertising a basic(very) digital camera for £99.99, no features at all just 480x520 and built in memory. As I seem to be the font of all knowledge about these things at work and elsewhere I urged all and sundry to get the Fuji. The disappointment is that Dixon's were only selling at that price for Saturday and Sunday. They are now charging full price for it. Well done in the first place for such a low price, but why for only two days? The 2200 isn't listed in the current ads in AP although the 2300 is and seems to be almost exactly the same specs. Have Dixon's bought up the whole consignment with their "Limbo Dancing Sales Team"? The camera isn't shown in their camera lists on the Website, and one wonders if anybody did actually manage to buy one. Could AP do a little investigating on this one and find out if Dixon's intend to have another sale at the reduced price, also why they can afford to sell at half price and then go back to full price. I would like to see a quote from Head Office on the strategy employed here. Was it a hook to get the punters in and sell them something else much more expensive, or was it a genuine clear out of an overstocked item? This camera would make an excellent starter digital and there is nothing as good at the £150 price tag, I feel that I have been tantalised and had the goods snatched from my grasp!