Scenario #1: You purchase a new camera. You're taking pictures like crazy until, 4 months later, the camera won't turn on. You call Nikon/Kodak/Sony, and they regretfully inform you that they will no longer replace the product. Suddenly, a $147-$300 investment goes down the drain. Scenario #2: You purchase a new camera. You're taking pictures like crazy until, 4 months later, the camera won't turn on. Luckily, you spent the extra cash to have the product covered for 3 years. You call Wal-Mart, and they happily refund your money, which you use to buy a new camera (probably at a lower price, considering cameras are constantly getting cheaper). A few days later, your happily taking pictures again with a brand new camera. I think the choice is obvious.
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