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Promoted 09-05-2016 by brisar at 08:58 AM View Original Post
Canon offers up to $50 Instant Savings on select Canon Refurbished EF Lenses and Canon Refurbished EOS DSLR Cameras as listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks hmx

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Edited September 5, 2016 at 06:15 PM by cricket702
Up to $50 off select refurb lenses and cameras

http://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en...-ef-lenses

40/2.8 STM - $99.99
50/1.4 USM - $219.99
85/1.8 USM - $259.99
17-40/4L USM - $569.99
24-105/4L USM - $599.99

http://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en...lr-cameras

T5 kits
18-55 IS II - $249.99
18-55 IS II & 75-300 III - $289.98
18-55 IS II & 75-300 USM - $299.98

M3 kits
body only - $478.99
18-55 STM - $548.99

T6i kits
18-55 STM - $529.99
18-55 STM & 75-300 USM - $579.98
18-55 STM & 55-250 STM - $609.98

T6s kits
18-135 STM - $799.99
18-135 STM & 55-250 STM - $879.19

70D kits
18-55 STM - $679.99
18-135 STM - $829.99

6D body only - $1099.00

7D Mk II body only - $1199.00

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#3
Canon's refurbs come with 1 year warranty vs. 90 days Nikon refurbs
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thanks!! been waiting for the T6i to be on sale. was going to buy a brand new one on amazon for 760. Now I'm so tempted to get this deal.
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That 85mm 1.8 is the lowest I've seen. I'd be all over it if I hadn't bought 70-200 2.8 last week. Wonder if it'll go down more during black Friday.
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Quote from JayK6654 View Post :
That 85mm 1.8 is the lowest I've seen. I'd be all over it if I hadn't bought 70-200 2.8 last week. Wonder if it'll go down more during black Friday.
how are you liking the 70-200mm 2.8? is it the IS version? Few months back, I acquired the f4L IS version and it's a great addition to my bag.

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Canon's refurbs come with 1 year warranty vs. 90 days Nikon refurbs
Even sweater if you purchase with an AMEX card that extends the 1/yr warranty.
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Last edited by makethemove September 4, 2016 at 07:03 PM
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how are you liking the 70-200mm 2.8? is it the IS version? Few months back, I acquired the f4L IS version and it's a great addition to my bag.
I got the Non-IS off ebay. Been drooling over IS II but that's way over my budget. Frown That said, I just received it late last week and haven't had a chance to use it much but it's super sharp form what I've seen so far. I'm planning a family picnic next Saturday so I'm looking forward to make use of this lens then.
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They wanted $12 shipping, I didn't follow through with the order. Is there free shipping code somewhere?

*edit* ah, free shipping $100 or more, the lens I want is $99.99 I'd need a filler. Cheapest I could find was the cleaning cloth at $1.75, but it's OOS.
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anyone have experience with canon refurbish? I'm just worried about getting a really damaged one or high shutter count.
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I got the Non-IS off ebay. Been drooling over IS II but that's way over my budget. Frown That said, I just received it late last week and haven't had a chance to use it much but it's super sharp form what I've seen so far. I'm planning a family picnic next Saturday so I'm looking forward to make use of this lens then.
I dabbled over the IS and non-IS for a while but I ended up closing my eyes and pulled the trigger during Canon's recent refurb lens sale. I've used it quite a bit lately at soccer games and the focus mechanism is quite good. I just need to buy a better quality UV filter and may be ND/CPL filter.

Each time I use it, I get lots of attention. Suddenly I look like a pro who has been in the biz for 30 yrs. Overall, I'm liking it.
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Quote from rcboosted View Post :
They wanted $12 shipping, I didn't follow through with the order. Is there free shipping code somewhere?

*edit* ah, free shipping $100 or more, the lens I want is $99.99 I'd need a filler. Cheapest I could find was the cleaning cloth at $1.75, but it's OOS.
If you can chat with a rep, they can give you a free 2 day shipping code. I did it a couple weeks ago, based on the same advice given in previous threads.
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I got the Non-IS off ebay. Been drooling over IS II but that's way over my budget. Frown That said, I just received it late last week and haven't had a chance to use it much but it's super sharp form what I've seen so far. I'm planning a family picnic next Saturday so I'm looking forward to make use of this lens then.
Honestly.. I think you farked up. You want IS, or you'll be swimming in blurry pictures. The general rule to follow is double your focal length to clamp down on blurry shots. At the long end, that is 1/400 at 2.8f. You can probably get away with this, but inside, you're kinda screwed... but I guess you can always raise ISO.
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Quote from makethemove View Post :
I dabbled over the IS and non-IS for a while but I ended up closing my eyes and pulled the trigger during Canon's recent refurb lens sale. I've used it quite a bit lately at soccer games and the focus mechanism is quite good. I just need to buy a better quality UV filter and may be ND/CPL filter.

Each time I use it, I get lots of attention. Suddenly I look like a pro who has been in the biz for 30 yrs. Overall, I'm liking it.
Yeah, I was debating between F4 IS or F2.8 Non-IS. My justification was that I'll be using it outside most of the time and my shutter speed would be high enough. But man... this lens is heavy lol.
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Honestly.. I think you farked up. You want IS, or you'll be swimming in blurry pictures. The general rule to follow is double your focal length to clamp down on blurry shots. At the long end, that is 1/400 at 2.8f. You can probably get away with this, but inside, you're kinda screwed... but I guess you can always raise ISO.
I'll be using this lens outside most of the time. Most of my inside shots are in my house and I have 24-70 2.8 for that. Also, the general rule is not double but same as the focal length (I have full frame body. 6D). I was able to get some sharp images at ISO 100 200mm 1/250.
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anyone have experience with canon refurbish? I'm just worried about getting a really damaged one or high shutter count.
I probably solely buy Canon refurb. They have the same warranty (1 yr) as new! Out of probably a dozen bodies that I've purchased, the lowest shutter count was 10 and the highest was ~700. Even if it was 2000 shutter, I'd still be fine with it considering you probably won't use the rated 100k-150k shutter life anyway. If you get a damaged body they'll pay for shipping back anyway. Buy with confidence!

<-- definitely NOT a canon salesperson lol
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