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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 $692.99 each. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Way to use the same lame joke that 7 people already did in this thread. I bet you're great at parties.
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If you bite, make sure to use esomsg to check your actuation count. It's $5.18 and well worth it. I was lucky and only had 30, but some can look new and have 25-30 THOUSAND, so you're going to want to know how "new" your refurb is.
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This was FP for $700 exactly a month ago, so $7 less will definitely be FP in 3...2....1!!!
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Someone will get my unopened return!
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Such a great deal. I bought the refurb 18-55 80D kit for $718 a couple months ago and then had to spend an additional $100 for a used 55-250.
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All refurbished cameras and lenses have additional 10% off currently.
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The last deal was a little better as it included 13 months of CarePak on the body and lenses for $7 more.
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This or Nikon D5600 + 2 lens kit on Adorama (refurbished)?

May take some videos, thanks for advice.
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Been looking for first noob camera, mostly considered nikon 3500 or 5600 so far. Not sure how those compare to this.
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If you bite, make sure to use esomsg to check your actuation count. It's $5.18 and well worth it. I was lucky and only had 30, but some can look new and have 25-30 THOUSAND, so you're going to want to know how "new" your refurb is.
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In Nikon this compares to the 7500, not a 3500 or 5600. Canon better than Nikon for video. This would be an amazing first camera and will probably keep you from upgrading later. One year warranty, Nikon refurbs 90 days only.
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Hehehe you beat me to it bro
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This is really close to a d7500. You won't find a 7500 deal like this though. To me Nikon looks more premium as far as design. I do prefer the shutter sound over Canon as well.
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In Nikon this compares to the 7500, not a 3500 or 5600. Canon better than Nikon for video. This would be an amazing first camera and will probably keep you from upgrading later. One year warranty, Nikon refurbs 90 days only.
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This or Nikon D5600 + 2 lens kit on Adorama (refurbished)?
May take some videos, thanks for advice.
You both want video, you should be looking at Panasonic Lumix like the G85 (recently $798 w/two Panasonic brand lenses). There's little benefit to getting into a mirror-body (SLR) camera system in 2019, they're being phased out by their own manufacturers. The lens mount is also being changed to reduce flange distance. Particularly for video, where a "Live"/Digital viewfinder is a must have, and there's legitimate benefits to smaller physical sensor for video (namely better focus pull and maintain while the subject is moving, decreased jello effect due to rolling shutter).

That being said out of the two, the Nikon 5600 is superior to the 80D by a whole stop, and Nikon's sensor tech is a little better since they use Sony manufactured sensors:

https://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Nikon/D5600
https://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Canon/EOS-80D

The only historical argument for Canon was that at the top end they made video equipment and therefore you could re-use your EF (not EF-S) lenses on these cameras. But it is hypothetical because we're contrasting $700 cameras with $4500+ ones and Canon is no longer the top dog in indie video equipment anyway, with most of the camera bodies that are top readily selling converts from Nikon/Canon/m43/Fuji/Sony/etc. So it no longer matters.

So what's Canon's big selling point today? I guess they make great lenses. But EF isn't the future, it is the past. If you own Canon already it simply doesn't matter much. But to get invested into a system that's on the long tail out seems unnecessary when Fuji, Sony, and m43 (Panasonic/Olympus) all make fantastic mirror systems and even Canon is moving there. Medium format, Full frame, cropped, m43, it is all available in mirrorless.
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