« on: May 06, 2013, 04:36:32 PM »
This will probably work fine for the professional market. But it will probably kill a lot of their amateur sales. People who buy creative suite, and then don't upgrade for 2, 3 or 4 years.
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There are some decent deals on occasion for a refurb through Canon, though. I've seen one for a little over a thousand like that towards the end of last year.
So, how much is this stuff normally?
I just found the site and it says the bundle (without the code) is like $149.
A savings of about $23US.....nice, but nothing spectacular...?
Not sure what I'm missing here?
I don't notice battery drain while my 5D3 is off, I just notice it while I'm shooting. Mine only gets 300-500 shots per battery, and I'm using genuine batteries.
AND you're talking about adding another $1000 for Final Cut Pro.
I tried the 12-step program. I exceed expectations when I bought my 13th lens.
No reason not to use it for stills, its even possible thet the distance scale on the lens might mean something, it certainly is totally inaccurate on the non cine version.
The later versions were fixed, I got that lens from the german distributor Walimex in December 2012 and it my scale was perfectly correct.
Sorry forgot to post the budget, ideally somewhere around US $150. This looks really promising: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/577361-REG/Lowepro_LP35271_PEU_Flipside_400AW_Backpack_Black.html