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

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    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:

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

    Canon EOS 6D Mark II Bundle at Adorama

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    windsorc

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    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.
     
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    Jethro

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    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.
     
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    ozturert

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    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.
     
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