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Deal: Canon EOS 5DS body $1305 (Reg $3499)

6ave (99.7% approval) is selling the Canon EOS 5DS body for $1305 (Reg $3499) for a limited time via ebay.

This is the lowest price we’ve seen for the EOS 5DS body.

Canon EOS 5DS body $1305 (Reg $3499)

Note: This item is likely grey market, but you should still be covered by Canon’s warranty in most countries.

adventureous

EOS T7i
Dec 25, 2014
69
0
Wow that's low. I bought my 5DIII used for $1100 one year ago and it had 100K clicks on it. It's still perfect.
 
Aug 24, 2019
1
0
I wouldn't hand over any money to those crooks. 6AVE isn't a legit company, and definately not authorized to sell Canon gear. I am also skeptical of their posted Ebay ratings. Buyer beware.
 

AaronT

EOS 80D
Jan 5, 2013
154
221
I bought my 5DSr a year and a half ago from Deals All Year. No problems with them. They have the 5DSr at $1670 US. Came with a USA warranty card.
 

stevewhitemd

I'm New Here
Aug 31, 2018
10
19
I wouldn't hand over any money to those crooks. 6AVE isn't a legit company, and definately not authorized to sell Canon gear. I am also skeptical of their posted Ebay ratings. Buyer beware.
I'd like to hear why you think this. Any personal experience?
 

goldenhusky

EOS RP
Dec 2, 2016
270
64
I'd like to hear why you think this. Any personal experience?
I had a bad experience with 6ave. I bought a 5D4 last May the camera had a sticker on it with a serial #. The serial # reported on the EXIF data in the images wasn't matching the serial # on the body. I ended up returning the camera. I have read a story about refurbished Canon bodies were put in fake retail boxes in some asian country and shipped all over the world to be sold as new. That was few years ago. I am not sure if such a thing is still going on. If anyone buys from these unauthorized dealers I would suggest checking the serial # on the body matches with what is being reported on the EXIF data.
 
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CanonFanBoy

EOS 5D SR
Jan 28, 2015
3,737
1,305
Irving, Texas
I had a bad experience with 6ave. I bought a 5D4 last May the camera had a sticker on it with a serial #. The serial # reported on the EXIF data in the images wasn't matching the serial # on the body. I ended up returning the camera. I have read a story about refurbished Canon bodies were put in fake retail boxes in some asian country and shipped all over the world to be sold as new. That was few years ago. I am not sure if such a thing is still going on. If anyone buys from these unauthorized dealers I would suggest checking the serial # on the body matches with what is being reported on the EXIF data.
That's what scares me about ever buying grey market.
 

stevewhitemd

I'm New Here
Aug 31, 2018
10
19
I had a bad experience with 6ave. ... If anyone buys from these unauthorized dealers I would suggest checking the serial # on the body matches with what is being reported on the EXIF data.
Thank you. It is temping to see a price that is 60% plus lower than retail, but not at the cost of buying problems.