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LOL..Canon is approximately 2X the next largest camera company, Nikon. While I like all mfgs, Panasonic and Fuji are really small potatoes financially.
If you can't find high quality glass from Canon like the person to who you replied, then you are using kit lenses. The largest selling dslr (including mirrorless) is still Canon's Mark series. Go visit any professional sporting event and you will see the majority shooting with white lenses..Canon.

https://photorumors.com/2018/08/0...a-reports/
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that 70-200 IS II needs to come down by a lot. i bought mine as a refurb from canon for the same exact price ($1427) 4 years ago. i have since sold it and bought a 70-200 IS III for $1500
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EF-S goes from $109.99 + FS to $93.50 + $11.99 shipping ($105.48). Had mine stolen. Only thing I currently planned on buying. Bummer.
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that 70-200 IS II needs to come down by a lot. i bought mine as a refurb from canon for the same exact price ($1427) 4 years ago. i have since sold it and bought a 70-200 IS III for $1500
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this deal applies to all refurbish cameras.
EOS Rebel T7i EF-S 18-55 IS STM Kit Refurbished, $552.49, better than last December,higher than 2017 December of 500$.
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darn tax
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Any good lens to adapt to an sony a7iii? i'm interested in a wide angle under 28mm.
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Any good lens to adapt to an sony a7iii? i'm interested in a wide angle under 28mm.
Sigma mc-11 works very well, better than metabone in my experience.

if you have to get one lens, try to get 24 - 70 f2.8 II, the sharpest lens Canon ever produced.
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Solid price on the M5 and M6. 448-15% is roughly 380ish. Has some flaws but has higher image quality than the recent Panasonic deals.
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Prices are high.. gonna wait for the 70-200 2.8 IS to be around $1200 max
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Sigma mc-11 works very well, better than metabone in my experience.

if you have to get one lens, try to get 24 - 70 f2.8 II, the sharpest lens Canon ever produced.
Your better off getting the Tamron 28-75 FE. Significantly cheaper and works like a native lens.
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Same boat. Left Cannon, currently have Panasonic G9 and Fuji X-T3. Both are verry different and excellent in their own way. Even Canons Mirrorless stuff cannot keep up these days. Canon is the new Kodak.
LOL..Canon is approximately 2X the next largest camera company, Nikon. While I like all mfgs, Panasonic and Fuji are really small potatoes financially.
If you can't find high quality glass from Canon like the person to who you replied, then you are using kit lenses. The largest selling dslr (including mirrorless) is still Canon's Mark series. Go visit any professional sporting event and you will see the majority shooting with white lenses..Canon.

https://photorumors.com/2018/08/0...a-reports/
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