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Canon EOS M50 + 15-56 f3.5-6.3 IS - Refurb + 1 year manufacture warranty $399.99

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Basically the best value and most recommended vlogging camera or beginner photography camera. This price is BELOW the street selling used price of this camera. The lens will sell for $80, and camera for $450-500. Great for starting youtubers or streamers.

PROS: It has a front flippy screen, viewfinder, mic input, the most amazing dual pixel auto focus, cheaper than anything else, highly rated, touchscreen, easy to use, CAN BE USED AS A WEBCAM ON MAC AND PC

CONS. It has a limited 24p 4k mode with no dual pixel, only 720p when doing 120 fps. no headphone jack for audio monitoring, no clean hdmi (unless you turn off autofocus)

A friend of mine called and said it will end tomorrow so I'm finally posting this. I was holding out as it's such a good deal for my friends to get.

Official Canon Refurbs are basically brand new and super high quality and the 1 year warranty makes it basically the same as new.
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EOS M50 Body Black Refurbished
Retail Price $499.99
Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Eye Detection AF.
24.1 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS Sensor with ISO 100–25600 (H: 51200).
4K UHD* 24p and HD 120p** for Slow Motion.
Built-in OLED EVF*** with Touch and Drag AF.
Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD.

EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM Refurbished
Retail Price $239.99
• Compact and stylish standard zoom lens with image stabilization for EOS M series digital cameras.
• A stepping motor (lead screw-type STM) helps provide smooth and quiet operation when taking photos, and near-silence when shooting videos.
• High-speed, high-precision autofocusing is achieved by utilizing the full-time manual focus mode (AF+MF) to make fine adjustments after focusing.
• Optical Image Stabilizer technology helps reduce camera shake, and achieves a level of sharpness equivalent to a shutter speed 3.5 settings faster* for great performance even when using for handheld photography.
• Efficiently designed with three aspheric lenses and uses short back focus to help produce high-quality results.

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I've been using the M50 for over a year now after having a T5i so I'll let you know my drawbacks/advantages.

The size is amazing. Compared to a DSLR, it's so small and light. If you don't want to carry a large setup with you, it's an amazing system to have. And all the EF-M lenses are made with this idea in mind.

The quality of the photos are stunning and the video recording is also great at 1080p. 4K is practically unusable because the better auto focusing system is only on 1080p.

But for family photos and videos, this excels in both areas.

My recommended lenses are the Sigma trio: 16mm, 30mm and 56mm. Fantastically sharp and f/1.4 allows for extreme low light photography.

Overall, it's an older camera body that is extremely capable in 2020 if you don't absolutely need 4K. Otherwise, wait for the M50 Mark II or the M6 Mark II which released late last year.
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Good deal! Not the best though.
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Shipping $15.99
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I've been using the M50 for over a year now after having a T5i so I'll let you know my drawbacks/advantages.

The size is amazing. Compared to a DSLR, it's so small and light. If you don't want to carry a large setup with you, it's an amazing system with have. And all the EF-M lenses are made with this idea in mine.

The quality of the photos are stunning and the video recording is also great at 1080p. 4K is practically unusable because the better auto focusing system is only on 1080p.

But for family photos and videos, this excels in both areas.

My recommended lenses are the Sigma trio: 16mm, 30mm and 56mm. Fantastically sharp and f/1.4 allows for extreme low light photography.

Overall, it's an older camera body that is extremely capable in 2020 if you don't absolutely need 4K. Otherwise, wait for the M50 Mark II or the M6 Mark II which released late last year.
I went with their 32mm 1.4 instead of getting the sigma and adapter. Only lense I use really and wished I had a 11-22mm
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If you are a beginner just starting to get into photography this is a great choice. Picked one up a few months ago.
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I went with their 32mm 1.4 instead of getting the sigma and adapter. Only lense I use really and wished I had a 11-22mm
The new Sigma lenses are native ef-m mount, the 30mm f1.4 is slightly bigger than canon's 32mm. The Sigma 16mm f1.4 is a fantastic lens.
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It's been this price for a while now. Not sure why its showing up now. Maybe because it's back in stock.
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Bummer. Would bite if they had the two-lens kit in stock... Great deal!
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I just bought the Creator kit for
$540 - it includes a videomic go Im looking at the price of just the mic and it's $99 everywhere. Anyone have any idea if the $40 savings is worth it?
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The new one is 100 dollars more. I am not sure if this is considered as a good deal...
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It's been this price for a while now. Not sure why its showing up now. Maybe because it's back in stock.
I bought this deal about 6 months ago with this package. It came out cheaper to get the second lens off of Ebay
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Was looking at "beginner" cameras throughout the day. Ended up going with a Panasonic Lumix FZ80 for $250. Felt like I won on that one. Smilie
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It's kind of depressing thinking about how I saved every penny I made in my junior year of high school to buy a 10D and the cheaper 50mm 1.8 - for about $1800 all in. And a no-name 256MB card was $40.
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Was looking at "beginner" cameras throughout the day. Ended up going with a Panasonic Lumix FZ80 for $250. Felt like I won on that one. Smilie
M50 is an interchangeable mirrorless camera with APS-C CMOS, big difference though. But the power zoom camera is good for travel.
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