Canon has extended the instant rebates on its DSLR line through May 30, 2015. Deals include a $300 instant rebate on the 5D Mark III (now $2499) and $700 off the 1D X (now $5299). The Canon 6D body only is now only $1399. Even the Canon Rebel models offer up to $350 off regular prices. Check them all out here at B&H Photo.
New rumors point to Canon releasing a 6D Mark II sometime after the Canon 5D Mark IV finally lands, which Canon Rumors says won’t be until 2016. On the spec side though, the 6D Mark II is rumored to be slightly smaller and lighter than the original Canon 6D and possibly have a different battery. Resolution is said to possibly increase slightly but no real earth-shattering changes are rumored for the camera.
Note: This is labeled as a gray market item and, therefore, won’t include a US warranty card. At the time of this post, ebay seller GetItDigital has a positive feedback rating of 99.6% and offers its own 1-year warranty with the camera.
Update: A little back story….
They had one in 2010 available for $120,000, which you see pictured in the top image.
And then, back in 2008, they had on for $99,000.
This remarkable lens is the longest in the world with full autofocus capability. Two fluorite elements for superb image quality, make it ideal for many professional applications where it’s impossible to get close to the subject. Fully compatible with any EOS SLR, including digital bodies, autofocus performance is silent and instantaneous thanks to the Ultrasonic Motor. It’s also compatible with the Canon Extender EF 1.4x II (making it a 1700mm f/8) and EF 2x II (2400mm f/11). Available upon special order.