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Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR Camera w/ PiXMA PRO-10 Printer Bundles: Starting at $2749 After Rebate + FS @ B&H Photo

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR Camera + PiXMA PRO-10 Printer BundlesAll Bundles Include:
  • PIXMA PRO-10 Inkjet Printer
  • 50-Sheets 13 x 19" Canon SG-201 Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss
  • 12-Months Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (Download Card)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Photo
  • 4TB Western Digital WD My Book USB 3.0 External Hard Drive
Additional $200 off coupon code saving valid through 7/22/16 or while supplies last
Rebate offer valid on purchases made through 7/31/16
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Why so expensive?
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Why so expensive?
It's really not expensive. If you break it down by individual costs of the pieces, this is a savings of about $500-1,000 on retail.
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Can't believe at this price 5D3 can still sell, people.. It's second half of 2016, was thinking it's w/ 24-105 before clicking into the thread. This might mean the 5D4 is still far away

12-Months Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (Download Card)
X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Photo

These 2 are quite nice and helpful actually. If someone's not interested in the Adobe plan, PM me, thanks!
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i thought canon was restricting retailers from discounting bundles with rebates.
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Can't believe at this price 5D3 can still sell, people.. It's second half of 2016, was thinking it's w/ 24-105 before clicking into the thread. This might mean the 5D4 is still far away
I don't think anyone buying the 5D mkIII is really going to regret their decision though. Despite the internet being in a frenzy about Nikon/Sony having better sensors, most of the best pictures I see are still taken from the Canon 5D mkIII.
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I don't think anyone buying the 5D mkIII is really going to regret their decision though. Despite the internet being in a frenzy about Nikon/Sony having better sensors, most of the best pictures I see are still taken from the Canon 5D mkIII.
Most people won't regret for the quality of 5d3 but will instantly regret after hands on the newer Sony and Nikon even for significant less money
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Most people won't regret for the quality of 5d3 but will instantly regret after hands on the newer Sony and Nikon even for significant less money
It's all about the glass. If you own thousands of dollars of red rings, better dynamic range probably isn't going to get you to switch. (Personally, I've spent less than $700 on the three lenses I rotate on my 7D Mk II, but I'm a big fan of the ergonomics and menu design ... and that AF system!)
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It's all about the glass. If you own thousands of dollars of red rings, better dynamic range probably isn't going to get you to switch. (Personally, I've spent less than $700 on the three lenses I rotate on my 7D Mk II, but I'm a big fan of the ergonomics and menu design ... and that AF system!)
Oh I've sold them all and made bit margin, which is a good part of Canon. I've got ZE lenses, 35L 50L 70-200 II and some others, multiple 600EX etc. They are relatively cheap and steadily priced glasses, good market very easy to sell. It's so easy to switch.
Thing is, D800e/D750 cost significantly less (although I'm not using Nikon) and with better overall performance unless you are quite into sports/aviation photography etc which the new D810 also looks more than adequate for.

The grass is genuinely greener on the other side nowadays. But I've been eyeing on 5D4, I'd come back if this time Canon could do it right.
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Quote from judsonzhao View Post :
Oh I've sold them all and made bit margin, which is a good part of Canon. I've got ZE lenses, 35L 50L 70-200 II and some others, multiple 600EX etc. They are relatively cheap and steadily priced glasses, good market very easy to sell. It's so easy to switch.
Thing is, D800e/D750 cost significantly less (although I'm not using Nikon) and with better overall performance unless you are quite into sports/aviation photography etc which the new D810 also looks more than adequate for.

The grass is genuinely greener on the other side nowadays. But I've been eyeing on 5D4, I'd come back if this time Canon could do it right.
I've never investigated Nikon pricing, but I was able to get my 7D Mk II body new with the PIXMA PRO-100 (plus an extra Lexar SD card other junk) for $1049 after MIR. For a model that was barely a year old, I was pretty happy. I realize you're talking F/F, which obviously is in a different ballpark, but I'm extremely happy with the camera I've got. (All I really want to do is get a 100-400 II or one of the 150-600s.)
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