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Excellent deal. The ad that I saw said in store only. I hope they still have it in stock when I get there. Folks should probably use their own promo code.
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Incredible price. On July of this year I bought the R82 for $167.49 from Canon.com and it was refurbished.
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sony @amazon still availabel for $179
better deal and sensor
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sony @amazon still availabel for $179
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Better deal in B&H - no tax for most states and no extras also
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I have one of the past refurbs from Canon, got it for $129. As far as I have been able to tell, Canon hasn't upped much of anything on this line as far as sensor quality. In fact, every successor in the line seems to just about be the same camera with different bells and whistles.

It's a decent little camera line in a lot of light but it is not very good in lower light (a lot of grain in the image). If I'm going to be in lower light, I usually put it into semi-manual mode and dial down the brightness a couple steps. You will even get grain in the shadows of the image in high contrast scenes, think spotlight.

I'm really surprised Canon continues to make the basic same camera going back many years. There are cellphones out there that perform better in low light at this point. -but probably only because they are prime lenses.

Don't get me wrong, I like the camera (it's an in-harms-way camera for me when I don't want to use an expensive camera like a G30). Just thought I'd point out it's flaws. I like the fact that these usually have a mic-input.

That Sony listed above does not seem to have a mic input and the sensor size is >even smaller< than this Canon. In a review I read on this Sony, it's picture quality was worse in low light than a Canon R700. The R700 is another successor in the line which is the same camera as mine and this one. Sorry dude, that sensor is smaller and does not seem to be better. If it was, I'd think about buying one.

http://www.toptenreviews.com/elec...05-review/

If anyone wants the R700 listed in the review, it can be had for $100 refurb at Canon- it's basically the same thing as OP, minus any bells and whistles....
Canon R800 refurb $107! Skip these deals and buy a refurb.

https://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/e...gJlrfD_BwE
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I have one of the past refurbs from Canon, got it for $129. As far as I have been able to tell, Canon hasn't upped much of anything on this line as far as sensor quality. In fact, every successor in the line seems to just about be the same camera with different bells and whistles.

It's a decent little camera line in a lot of light but it is not very good in lower light (a lot of grain in the image). If I'm going to be in lower light, I usually put it into semi-manual mode and dial down the brightness a couple steps. You will even get grain in the shadows of the image in high contrast scenes, think spotlight.

I'm really surprised Canon continues to make the basic same camera going back many years. There are cellphones out there that perform better in low light at this point. -but probably only because they are prime lenses.

Don't get me wrong, I like the camera (it's an in-harms-way camera for me when I don't want to use an expensive camera like a G30). Just thought I'd point out it's flaws. I like the fact that these usually have a mic-input.

That Sony listed above does not seem to have a mic input and the sensor size is >even smaller< than this Canon. In a review I read on this Sony, it's picture quality was worse in low light than a Canon R700. The R700 is another successor in the line which is the same camera as mine and this one. Sorry dude, that sensor is smaller and does not seem to be better. If it was, I'd think about buying one.

http://www.toptenreviews.com/elec...05-review/

If anyone wants the R700 listed in the review, it can be had for $100 refurb at Canon- it's basically the same thing as OP, minus any bells and whistles....
Canon R800 refurb $107! Skip these deals and buy a refurb.

https://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/e...gJlrfD_BwE
Thanks! I just got the R800 refurb from Canon. There's 2% thing from Shop through Chase with Chase freedom too! I got one since taking pics with cellphone has been a limiting experience with the baby. Repped!
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I got this at Fry's on Friday. They only had it in black and was open box marked at $268. I got the $139 price and would say that I am happy with the purchase,despite not being new sealed box. I plan to use it for family stuff where low light shouldn't be much of an issue.
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Can anyone recommend a quality aftermarket spare battery?
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Promo code isn't working for me. Error message states already expired or invalid.
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