Deals on Gear

Deal: Canon EOS 6D Mark II w/Canon BG-21 Grip, SD Card and more $1199

Adorama has a great bundle for folks that just want a nice full-frame DSLR for image-making.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Bundle Includes:

  1. Canon EOS 6D Mark II DSLR Body
  2. Canon BG-E21 Battery Grip for EOS 6D Mark II DSLR Camera
  3. Vanguard Alta Pro 264AT Tripod and TBH-100 Head with Arca-Swiss Type QR Plate
  4. SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC Memory Card, UHS-I Class 10 U3 V30
  5. Green Extreme LP-E6N Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (7.4V, 2000mAh) Qty: 2
  6. Green Extreme Dual Smart Charger with LCD Screen Base (No Battery Plates)
  7. Green Extreme Smart Charger Plate for Canon LP-LPE6 Qty: 2

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Bundle at Adorama

Jethro

EOS R
Jul 14, 2018
251
126
I'm not in the market, but wow that's a remarkable value bundle for someone thinking about a 6Dii.
 

SecureGSM

2 x 5D IV
Feb 26, 2017
1,340
322
Waaaat... they are giving away the camera body virtually for free. Sweet Jesus. North American folks are the lucky bunch. :)
 

Sean C

EOS M50
Apr 21, 2015
37
14
If only their website worked... (it just forces a recaptcha infinitely for me)
 

magarity

EOS 80D
Feb 14, 2017
182
94
"Green Extreme" batteries and chargers are bashed pretty hard in the Amazon reviews. Of course, now it's hard to tell when its a competitor putting in the bad reviews.
 

windsorc

I'm New Here
Oct 14, 2014
21
6
I'm not in the market, but wow that's a remarkable value bundle for someone thinking about a 6Dii.
Yeah, but who in their right mind would be considering the 6Dii? Budget photographers who don't mind an older sensor with crippled features? Maybe people looking for a backup, but then they probably aren't interested in the extras.A few hundred dollars more gets you a R or 5DS.
 

Jethro

EOS R
Jul 14, 2018
251
126
Yeah, but who in their right mind would be considering the 6Dii? Budget photographers who don't mind an older sensor with crippled features? Maybe people looking for a backup, but then they probably aren't interested in the extras.A few hundred dollars more gets you a R or 5DS.
The 6Dii is/was not 'crippled' in any sense, and its the same sensor used in the EOS RP. For someone moving up from an older APS-C camera, maybe with a FF lens or two in the bag, its a great deal with the add-ons included.
 

ozturert

EOS T7i
Jan 16, 2019
99
81
Yeah, but who in their right mind would be considering the 6Dii? Budget photographers who don't mind an older sensor with crippled features? Maybe people looking for a backup, but then they probably aren't interested in the extras.A few hundred dollars more gets you a R or 5DS.
6D II is quite a bit cheaper than those models, and it uses EF lenses without adapter. The sensor is good if you don't push shadows by more than 3 stops, and it has excellent articulating touch screen with perfect DualPixel AF.
 
  • Like
Reactions: stevelee