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Canon has not been selling refurb 5D MK III's. They usually let them pile up for a year or so. The Used cameras that B&H sells are not Canon refurbished. We may see Canon refurbished 5D MK III bodies at B&H, and Adorama before they appear on Canons site.
im using a 1dx
i already have 24,35,85l and 70-200.
im thinkng of selling the 24 and get a 24-70 or get a 50l.
im quite torn on what to get, i thnk ill miss the 24, its giving out really good images,
Thanks for the feedback! Also, I should mention that less than 20% of the photos she'll be taking are going to be action type shots, plus her current camera is a 6 year-old point and shoot Fuji S5200 5.1 mp camera, so anything I buy her will be a significant upgrade!
I just noticed the G1X is on sale for $399 with the $400 rebate gift card offer....man that price is hard to pass up!
I broke down and ordered one for my wife today.
Considering I can sell the printer for $250 and the software for $30, the net cost is under $150. When I sell her old G11 for $250-$300, I'll not only be getting a new and better camera with a warranty, but $100-150 back. Better than a free upgrade.
suggest to check for dust more frequently with your new camera since nikon d600 has sensor's dust spots problems... i am not goin' to post link into this forum since i am not pretty sure whether i am going violate any thing with that; however, google key search would be "Nikon D600 sensor’s dust spots caused by a gap around the shutter?"
Yep... mine gets dusty. It is just dust though... and does get blown off with a Giottos Rocket Blower. It is annoying... but worth the hassle (IMO) for the incredible image quality.
I'm actually surprised that I haven't seen this discussed here yet... Canon guys are usually pretty quick to jump on Nikon quality shortcomings (and the other way around on other forums!).