Please note: This is probably a grey market camera or it was part of a kit that the seller broke up to sell separately at a discounted price. At the time of this post, ebay seller allnewshop has a 99.5% positive rating on ebay.
Adorama has the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 printer for $34 after mail-in rebate (reg. $400). You’ll see the price of $334 after clicking “Proceed to checkout.” After applying the $300 mail-in rebate, the net cost is $34.
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Canon’s next big move in sensor technology might be a new organic compound that maintains a high level of transparency and is uncharacteristically efficient for light transmittance as far as organic electrochromic compounds go.
Rumors have been swirling in recent weeks about Canon’s next big thing and the key feature being tossed around is that Canon has some killer new sensor technology. As I spent a good chunk of my weekend reading Canon patent applications (because I’m more than an average camera geek), I came across a trend of sensor technology and some chemical engineering patents that relate to image sensors. [Read more...]
Note, this is likely a grey market item with an in-house warranty from getitdigital, which has a positive feedback rating of 99.4% at the time of this post.
New rumors suggest that both the Canon 5D Mark IV and the 1D X Mark II will be announced early in 2015 (in the Jan/Feb time frame). The Canon 5D Mark III was announced in March 2012, while the 1D X was announced in October 2011. As such, early next year would be a fitting replacement time frame for both cameras. [Read more...]