A couple lens deals I came across...
(Because I know most of you don't care about the Sony stuff...!) ^^
Some interesting lenses that are more interesting because they work on film cameras and digital "full-frame" cameras like the old Kodak cameras or the new D3...
The Sigma 15-30 is a very good lens that gives just a bit more wide-angle kick even on typical APS-C sensor size digital cams... and is an ultra-wide angle on film cameras. And it's surprisingly cheap from Amazon... just 240 bucks. I had fun with this lens back in the film days it's a very good lens.
link: http://www.amazon.com/Sigma-15-30mm-...04819& sr=8-4
The Sigma 24-60 2.8 is another interesting lens that works on film cameras while giving a rather decent range on digital SLRs. Given the choice between a 28-70 and a 24-60, I'd go for the extra wide angle, personally. The difference between 24 and 28 is really quite huge, with 24 being an almost decent wide angle on digital, and 28 just isn't. (Actually, that 28mm would be almost exactly a "true normal" defined as the diagonal of the image sensor... and actually that 24-60 would give me a field of view very similar to the 35-80mm that was my very first standard zoom lens... my first zoom lens was actually a 50-135mm 3.5... weird, but I loved that thing. ANYWAYS...)
Back to the lens... that's a really decent lens. I personally though it was a better lens than the Sigma 24-70 2.8 and Minolta 28-75 2.8 / Tamron 28-75 2.8... and at 200, that's a really darn good price for a standard zoom constant 2.8.
Link: http://www.amazon.com/Sigma-24-60mm-...048 19&sr=8-2
Also, it's on Amazon, but it's sold and shipped buy Cameta Camera... Might be an unfamiliar name, but I've dealt with Cameta a number of times over the last 2 years and find them to be a very good company.
Hope this helped anyone who's interested in expanding the lens collection.