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Deals of the Day: EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II & EOS 6D

Deals of the Day: EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II & EOS 6D

Below are two deals currently on ebay that will be live for the next 24 hours.

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Deal: Three Popular Lenses on Sale at B&H Photo

From B&H Photo
The sales continue from B&H Photo beyond the Canon lens rebates. The following three lenses are on sale for a limited time.

All prices are shown at checkout and still include B&H Photo’s 2% rewards.

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Bigger Rebates on Select Lenses from B&H Photo

Bigger Rebates on Select Lenses from B&H Photo

From B&H Photo
B&H has put bigger savings on select lenses from Canon. These go beyond the current instant rebates from Canon. You also get a 2% reward and free shipping within the USA. You may have to add the items to your cart to see the discounted price.

B&H also has the new EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS STM available to purchase on its own. It may be a worthy upgrade to the previous kit lens, especially if you shoot video.

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Deals: A Few Lens Deals at BuyDig.com

Deals: A Few Lens Deals at BuyDig.com

From BuyDig.com
A few lens deals from BuyDig.com have popped up. All of the lens deals include a B+W UV SHPMC Protective Filter ($65 value) and free USA shipping.

You’ll need to add these deals to the cart to see the discounted price and the filter.

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Review – EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II

Review – EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II

A new EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II review
Justin has redone our review of the EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II, Canon’s most popular version of the super popular 70-200 range. As most of you know already, the lens is a real winner. However, this lens may not be for everyone…

Some of Justin’s thoughts
“Maybe an exaggeration, we’re never really done. Very little has made me put this lens down, tough I strongly favoured the Canon 200mm f’/2.0 L IS when I was reviewing it, but versus $7,000 the 70-200 comes across as a bargain! If you need a telephoto zoom, this is the one worth saving up for, if you’re less interested in a consistent aperture and more interested in range, check out Craig’s review on the Canon 70-300 f’/4-5.6L IS. Just remember, variable aperture means variable light, which might mess you up when you’re shooting manual and/or with flash.”

Read the entire review

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