Also, don’t miss the rest of the Cyber Monday Camera and Photo Deals.
Canon has instant rebates available now on select DSLRs when packaged with storage kits that include a Western Digital external hard drive, along with a free SanDisk memory card. For example, the Canon 5D Mark IV is $3299 ($200 instant savings), which includes a 4TB WD USB 3.0 external drive and a 64GB Extreme Pro SDXC memory card.
The sale includes the following Canon EOS DSLRs:
- Canon 80D
- Canon 7D Mark II
- Canon 6D
- Canon 5D mark IV
- Canon 5Ds R
- Canon 5Ds
- Canon 5D Mark III
- Canon 1D X Mark II
Check out all of the deals and kits here at B&H Photo.
There is a limited-time deal this week (through Aug. 31) on the Canon 6D and 7D Mark II when bundled with the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 printer. With these deals, you can get the Canon 6D for as low as $1199 after rebates or the 7D Mark II for as low as $1249 after rebates. You can find all of the kits and deals here at B&H Photo.
While we don’t have any reliable info on specs, CR also says it has word that we’ll get a DSLR with a “new nameplate” in the EOS lineup in 2017.
Will the mythical EOS 3D finally arrive? Something on the consumer side?
Sound off with your thoughts and speculation below.
The Canon 6D just dropped in price by another $100, bringing the retail price down to $1699. Additionally, Canon is offering a $300 instant rebate on the 6D, which brings it down $1399 right now. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Note: This is labeled as a gray market item with a 1-year seller warranty. At the time of this post, ebay seller AllNewShop has a positive feedback rating of 99.4%.
Amid the recent announcements of Canon’s new point and shoot cameras in early January, I missed that Canon also made the 6D available in a kit with the new-ish EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens. The new kit runs $2199 and should be available in early February. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
This new kit option makes a lot of sense and I think most of us saw this one coming when Canon announced the lower-tier 24-105mm STM lens earlier in 2014. I’m not sure why Canon didn’t start offering it from day one. Perhaps they wanted to clear out some stock with the 24-105mm L kit lens before packaging the new lens with it.
The 6D remains available with the pricier 24-105mm f/4L lens as well for $2399. And that kit is actually on sale through January 31 for $2099 after a $300 mail-in rebate.
The Canon 6D has received a firmware update to version 1.1.6, which includes the following fixes:
- Fixes a phenomenon in which the camera may not first use the center AF point to focus, when the AF point selection is set to automatic in AI Servo AF mode.
- Fixes a phenomenon in which focus cannot be finely adjusted with specific lenses when shooting remotely with EOS Utility software.
- Corrects some Ukrainian language displayed on the menu for ISO Setting.
You can download the firmware update here on Canon’s website.