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Canon.com has their Canon EOS Rebel T7i DSLR Camera w/ 18-55mm Lens (Refurbished) on sale for $499.99. Shipping is free. Thanks makeadollar
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EOS Rebel T7i EF-S 18-55 IS STM Kit Refurbished $499 from Canon.


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Good deal or what? I missed the one with the rebate for the same price... and that one was new, and it had the printer. I don't really need a printer. Being overseas I don't want to go through the whole rebate process...
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Good deal or what? I missed the one with the rebate for the same price... and that one was new, and it had the printer. I don't really need a printer. Being overseas I don't want to go through the whole rebate process...

Lowest * $799.00 Nov 23, 2017

That's brand new price right now, the warranty is the same is the refurbished. One year

If you want to save $300, do it

Just make sure to thoroughly test the camera when you receive it
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Definitely the cheapest I've seen it. I've been watching for a decent price cut on this model for a while. Just in time for a gift.

Thanks OP!
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Canon refurbs are great, when they are sold directly by Canon. Excellent deal.
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Good deal or what? I missed the one with the rebate for the same price... and that one was new, and it had the printer. I don't really need a printer. Being overseas I don't want to go through the whole rebate process...
I am totally with you in not getting involved with the trick and hassle of "Mail In Rebate" gimmicks. So lets tell you that: This deal is for you!
This camera (Oversea also known as 77D) is either Rebel on full steroids or a lite 80D. Really good camera body with excellent sensor that gives you nice dynamic range and extremely fast AF for what you expect from any Rebel or for that mater, most of Canon DSLRs. On top of that you get a lot of up to date features such as fully articulated LCD, build in WiFi, NFC, BT, etc.
I do highly recommend it and would doubt if you regret, should you go for this deal that is the lowest and best deal I have seen. Canon USA refurbs are as good as new and come with same exact warranty (Fear none from eponym Refurb, in this context).

Only recommendation: Sell the lens before using it (Even thought this is not a bad lens) and get a Tamron 17-50 F2.8 and you have a heck of highly capable gear.

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can we expect more discount on this Refurbished in upcoming days?
Nothing is impossible but in upcoming days, I highly doubt and even not sure how long this one will last! Get it before too late, that is if you are in need for a good economic but highly capable camera.
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If you didn't get in on one of the rebate deals for the T7i then this is the deal for you!
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I am totally with you in not getting involved with the trick and hassle of "Mail In Rebate" gimmicks. So lets tell you that: This deal is for you!
This camera (Oversea also known as 77D) is either Rebel on full steroids or a lite 80D. Really good camera body with excellent sensor that gives you nice dynamic range and extremely fast AF for what you expect from any Rebel or for that mater, most of Canon DSLRs. On top of that you get a lot of up to date features such as fully articulated LCD, build in WiFi, NFC, BT, etc.
I do highly recommend it and would doubt if you regret, should you go for this deal that is the lowest and best deal I have seen. Canon USA refurbs are as good as new and come with same exact warranty (Fear none from eponym Refurb, in this context).

Only recommendation: Sell the lens before using it (Even thought this is not a bad lens) and get a Tamron 17-50 F2.8 and you have a heck of highly capable gear.



Nothing is impossible but in upcoming days, I highly doubt and even not sure how long this one will last! Get it before too late, that is if you are in need for a good economic but highly capable camera.
Completely agree. I have it, and it's great.
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Hmm. I need a camera for my trip to Alaska in August. Is it probably worth waiting for a better deal? I'm looking for something in this range. Any input is appreciated.
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I am totally with you in not getting involved with the trick and hassle of "Mail In Rebate" gimmicks. So lets tell you that: This deal is for you!
This camera (Oversea also known as 77D) is either Rebel on full steroids or a lite 80D. Really good camera body with excellent sensor that gives you nice dynamic range and extremely fast AF for what you expect from any Rebel or for that mater, most of Canon DSLRs. On top of that you get a lot of up to date features such as fully articulated LCD, build in WiFi, NFC, BT, etc.
I do highly recommend it and would doubt if you regret, should you go for this deal that is the lowest and best deal I have seen. Canon USA refurbs are as good as new and come with same exact warranty (Fear none from eponym Refurb, in this context).

Only recommendation: Sell the lens before using it (Even thought this is not a bad lens) and get a Tamron 17-50 F2.8 and you have a heck of highly capable gear.



Nothing is impossible but in upcoming days, I highly doubt and even not sure how long this one will last! Get it before too late, that is if you are in need for a good economic but highly capable camera.
The T7i is the 800d; the 77d is the 9000d and a different camera.

https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/...l-t7i-800d

https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/...77d-review

I haven't been following this camera's price but this is a lot of camera for not a lot money.
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Good deal or what? I missed the one with the rebate for the same price... and that one was new, and it had the printer. I don't really need a printer. Being overseas I don't want to go through the whole rebate process...
Try calling focus camera, they might have some in stock with the printer and rebate.
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I've been searching cameras the past few days, and this was on my short list. The 45 point cross type autofocus and touchscreen were important considerations for me.

https://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/e...efurbished
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Hmm. I need a camera for my trip to Alaska in August. Is it probably worth waiting for a better deal? I'm looking for something in this range. Any input is appreciated.
I've purchased many lenses, cameras, etc. All are pretty much brand new, and very low shutter count.
I just bought powershot 720 for the wife and it's perfect. Highly recommended to save $. I've never seen a negative comment on SD about Canon refurbs.
I may purchase this as well.
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The T7i is the 800d; the 77d is the 9000d and a different camera.

https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/...l-t7i-800d

https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/...77d-review
You are right. Technically it is the same camera but a Top plate LCD and two, instead of one dials. No noticeable other differences.
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