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Canon 80D Camera + EF-S 18-55 Lens + 55-250 IS STM Lens (Refurb) EXPIRED

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Canon has a couple Canon 80D Camera Bundles (Refurbished) on sale listed below for $699.99 each. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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My 2 cents based on owning a 70D bought from Canon as a refurb quite a few years ago, and although I have not really researched this deal....

1) Barring Full Frame or Mirrorless, and considering the 80D is a improvement on the 70D, not sure what else a Prosumer would really want out of a camera. To me, Full Frame can produce better pictures but you can most definitely get awesome pictures with this camera and you need to be in a specific situation or really know what you are doing to take advantage of FF. To me again, Mirrorless is a convenience in size/weight, but not much more than that.

2) While DSLRs are great, if you do not have experience, or some TIME to spend, in photography, do not get this or any DSLR. Most recent phones will take awesome pictures of you sitting in front of a monument and are much simpler to carry around. If you are to use your DSLR only in automatic mode because you never spend time to actually read up and practice, you most likely are going to feel you threw your money away in a few years.

3) If this is going to break the bank for you, or it is such an expensive commodity that you are going to put it behind a 'break only in case of war/marriage' glass, do not buy it. Buy it if you feel comfortable enough to carry out around, knowing there is some risk that you may lose $700 from a bad accident/situation. Given you can drop a $700 phone down a city sewer drain as well, should not be a major issue.

4) Do not spend days (not even hours) researching whether you can get this deal for $30 less somewhere else. Spend those days in reading up and practicing photography, you need muscle memory to be able to apply what you have learned in those 'wow this is a great moment to capture' situations. You will get a much better value for your investment than saving $30 on buying it.

5) Buy a 50mm 1.8 Canon. Less than $100 in most situations and very cheap and easy way to get something (bokeh) out of your camera that makes you feel good about not just using your cell phone. Yes, I know most cell phones can do bokeh now too.

6) My experience with Canon refurb from their site was that I got an awesome effectively new camera ( I could not tell the difference, and shutter count was extremely low) at a great deal. It was not in a flashy box, but rather a Canon branded carton.
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This is an awesome deal. Would have picked this up if I didn't buy just a refurb body only for $720 last month.
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Even cheaper through Canon EP or Benepal.
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This is an awesome deal. Would have picked this up if I didn't buy just a refurb body only for $720 last month.
can you please give some insight into why this is awesome deal as you own one and I am pretty sure you would have done some homework before picking a refurbished one.
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Wow, awesome deal. Would def go with the 55-250 stm, absolute banger of a lens. Best value/performance in the ef-s crop market available IMO. Love my 80D, and would love to have paid this price lol
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I have a t2i that I've had since either 2011 or 2012 and it seems I already have these two lenses, as they're what came with it then. Are one or both of these upgraded in some way? Or just the body? I've been combing page after page and I can't tell if there are any meaningful differences between my 18-55 and 55-250 and the two that come with this. They look identical. This may be the difference between pulling the trigger or not. Hope someone can help me out with this.
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I have a t2i that I've had since either 2011 or 2012 and it seems I already have these two lenses, as they're what came with it then. Are one or both of these upgraded in some way? Or just the body? I've been combing page after page and I can't tell if there are any meaningful differences between my 18-55 and 55-250 and the two that come with this. They look identical. This may be the difference between pulling the trigger or not. Hope someone can help me out with this.
I believe the lens come with 80D are STM lens, which are better in terms of autofocus speed and motor noise. I am not sure about image quality.
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I believe the lens come with 80D are STM lens, which are better in terms of autofocus speed and motor noise. I am not sure about image quality.
I don't care about the STM aspect. I don't plan on shooting much video at all. I just want to upgrade from my t2i since I've had it for so long and this looks like a solid upgrade....I just wish the lenses were upgraded too. I hate the idea of paying for just the body.
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I don't care about the STM aspect. I don't plan on shooting much video at all. I just want to upgrade from my t2i since I've had it for so long and this looks like a solid upgrade....I just wish the lenses were upgraded too. I hate the idea of paying for just the body.
I think you're being a bit too demanding. $700 for a refurbished 80D w/lenses from Canon is still cheaper than buying a refubished body. Sell the lense if you don't feel like keeping it.
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I think you're being a bit too demanding. $700 for a refurbished 80D w/lenses from Canon is still cheaper than buying a refubished body. Sell the lense if you don't feel like keeping it.
Look at the last time I upgraded. It's not like I upgrade every year or two. The only reason I'm considering this now is because I'm finally organizing my portfolio in hopes of landing a proper gig as a reality photographer, and I'm likely going to benefit from an upgrade with newer gear.

If the lenses are pretty much the same, then you're right. I'll just sell them which lowers the cost of the body for me. It's going to be a while before I'm in a position to consider "L" level "glass" anyway.
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I think you're being a bit too demanding. $700 for a refurbished 80D w/lenses from Canon is still cheaper than buying a refubished body. Sell the lense if you don't feel like keeping it.
By the way, a brand new one is only $80 more on Amazon. A refurb is essentially used and comes with who knows what kind of history. I'm starting to think this isn't much of a deal at all. I'd rather just pay the extra $80 for the peace of mind that comes with a new one. Especially if I don't need either lenses seeing as they're essentially the same two that came with my t2i nearly a decade ago.
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Canon refurbs are high quality in my experience. There is software that can be used to track the shutter actuations (i.e., think like mileage for a car) for cameras and after buying 5-10 canon refurbs I've never gotten one that has taken more than a few dozen pictures.
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Even cheaper through Canon EP or Benepal.
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