Canon DSLR & Printer Rebates

Canon 7D Mark II and PRO-100 Deal

As part of its Photoshop World specials this week, B&H has great instant rebates on Canon DSLRs combined with the PIXMA PRO-100 printer.

Canon 5D Mark III with PIXMA PRO-100 for as low as $2149 ($860 in savings)

Canon 1D X with PIXMA PRO-100 for $4249 ($1395 is savings)

Canon 7D Mark II with PIXMA PRO-100 for $1249 ($670 in savings)

Canon 6D with PIXMA PRO-100 for $1149 ($670 in savings)

 

Get a Canon PIXMA PRO-100 for $50

Pixma PRO-100

B&H has a deal on the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 professional inkjet printer where you can get it with a combination of rebates for a final cost of $50.

  1. Add the PIXMA PRO-100 to your cart (by using the THIS LINK).
  2. Use the coupon code PSWBH15 at checkout.
  3. Send in this mail-in rebate form.

The final cost to you after the mail-in rebate is $49.99.

UPDATE: Make sure you use the dedicated link above to add the printer to your cart. Some folks have been having trouble with it and I got clarification from B&H that you have to use this link. These deals expire on 8/16.

Canon Rebel T6s and T6i Review

Canon Rebel T6s

With the latest iteration of the Rebel series, Canon stepped up its game by provided a more advanced Rebel model (the T6s) to bridge the gap before you get to the prosumer models like the Canon 70D.

The Canon Rebel T6s and T6i offer virtually the same image quality; however, the features, controls and flexibility are unlocked on the Rebel T6s in order to accommodate the more advanced shooters that still operate on a budget. [Read more…]

More Canon 6D Mark II Rumors

Canon 6D Mark II

Northlight Images reports of an ad in the UK ‘EOS’ camera magazine that includes a “6D Mark 2 day out” later this year.

That’s probably a typo but there have been a deluge of rumors for the 6D Mark II, 5D Mark IV/X and 1D X Mark II lately – and isn’t it a little late in the product cycle to promote an “original 6D day out”?

Previous rumors indicated that the 6D Mark II would feature a smaller body and move up market in price. As Northlight points out, “If the 5D4 becomes some ‘X’ model with 4k video and other whistles and bells, then it might leave space for a move upwards in 6D2 specs.”

Expect the rumor mill to pick up as we approach the next major announcement.