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Up to $300 Off select Sony A Full Frame Cameras when you trade in any working Interchangeable DSLR Camera or Lens

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Up to $300 Off select Sony A Full Frame Cameras whenyou trade in any working Interchangeable DSLR Camera or Lens. Yourtrade-in value will be dependent upon the camera you purchase (regardless ofwhich camera / lens you send in).
in addition to theSony-provided $200 or $300 trade-in discount towards your new camera purchase,B&H will inspect your traded in lens / camera and supply a separateappraisal value for your items. This B&H appraisal value will also becredited to your method of payment on top of the Sony trade inpromo coupon, with the combined discounts valid toward your new eligible Sonycamera purchase.

Steps:
  1. Click here [bhphotovideo.com], & fill out the information on the camera you are trading in..
  2. Within a few business days, B&H will provide you a price for the trade in (depending on actual condition of trade in)
  3. After accepting the offer, B&H will send you a prepaid shipping label for your trade in equipment
  4. Once B&H receives your traded in camera, you will receive an email with an exclusive coupon subtracting the $200 or $300 trade in promo coupon plus the appraised value of your traded in equipment. Coupon can then be used on your new camera purchase.
Eligible Camera Purchases (prices below are after tradein credit):Other Sony Specials alsoavailable. [bhphotovideo.com]
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How functional do these need to be? I've got a pristine Canon dSLR that throws an error code when you try to capture a photo due to some manufacturing defect.
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How functional do these need to be? I've got a pristine Canon dSLR that throws an error code when you try to capture a photo due to some manufacturing defect.

yep- i would classify your camera as working
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yep- i would classify your camera as working
Lol, well if Best Buy's laptop trade in experience is a guide, being able to power anything on at all is enough
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This is way outside my budget but I was wondering if anyone had thoughts on the Canon Rebel T6? I have the Rebel XT now but I want to take video (the Rebel T6 is $330 at Amazon right now, manufacturer refurbished). Specifically there is a rocket launch at 4AM this saturday so I want to be able to record it.
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How functional do these need to be? I've got a pristine Canon dSLR that throws an error code when you try to capture a photo due to some manufacturing defect.
Quote from abstraxion
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Lol, well if Best Buy's laptop trade in experience is a guide, being able to power anything on at all is enough
This is not the same type of deal as your typical trade in. B&H is going to evaluate (and theoretically sell) your gear. With just the Sony discount, this is an OK deal on four of the most expensive Sony full frame cameras. The real deal is also getting that trade in value from B&H in addition to the Sony trade in value.

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If you stumbled across this deal on Slickdeals and are not a pro Photographer, but are interested in buying a Sony FF camera, the A7iii at $2,000 msrp is probably a better deal than any of these.

The A7Rii and ASRII:

If you do shoot a lot of landscapes and have the computing power and space to handle large files, going with the R series for the extra resolution might make sense. The AF and shooting speed is much better with the A7iii. The low light performance, and battery life are also much better with the A7iii. I think the A7iii is easily worth $200 more than the A7Rii for most people.


The A7SII is inferior to the A7iii in real world usage. The AF system in the a7iii is a huge step up from the A7SII, and the video capabilities (dynamic range, low iso) are very comparable. On paper the high ISO abilities of the A7sii don't necessarily equate to real life superiority to the new back-lit sensor in the A7iii.

In summary, if you are not a pro and have a camera with some value that you do not want to sell second hand, AND want the 42mp vs 24mp l resolution maybe consider the A7RII. Otherwise sell your camera on a used market and buy an A7III.

If you are a pro, you aren't looking at slickdeals for camera advice, so no need to talk about the A7R III or A9. If you have tons of money to burn and want a spectacular FF camera, you probably aren't browsing slickdeals. The A9 is awesome, but not 2x as awesome as the A7III.

Disclaimer: I am an A7ii user with mostly adapted minolta AF glass.
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A9... 20 fps silent shooting... Up to 200 to 300 frames buffer... Still able to take picture while writing to card... No black out screen when taking picture... Fast af... Faster sensor... Better sport camera...

Not 2x better. But if you need every advantage (fast sport).

A6500 is a small camera with small lens and small battery for people with less space. Not full frame so about 2 times less light to the sensor.

Everyone else get the a7iii.

All sony camera are limited to 30 minutes recording per scene. Larger camera can store and radiate heat better (less prone to over heating).
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I wanted to switch from Canon to Sony for some time, but while at first glance this looked like a good way to do it, it's really not.
The trade-in value Sony will give you for your gear, even in excellent condition is insulting. $280-ish for a Canon 24-105 USM L-Series lens - which you can sell on eBay for around $800.
Even the crappy stock lenses like the ol' 75-300 can be sold for around 250-300 bucks on eBay, but Sony gives you a hundred bucks.
Canon 7D body is more "reasonable" at around $200 trade-in value vs around $300-$350 on eBay. Still, not a good deal.
Panasonic GH4 (new, all accessories) trade in value is around $300 which is also ludicrous.
Quite disappointed in this, really.
Even with the "bonus" they offer, the trade-in value is just way, way too low to be reasonable.
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Anyone know if this deal works on film cameras as well? I have an old Nikon N75 & two lenses collection dust.

I see it says "Any interchangeable camera or lens".



Update: Disregard; film cameras are not allowed.
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Last edited by 2J3Pop7 August 30, 2018 at 09:42 AM.
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