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Canon-7D Deals & Sales

Last Day To Take Advantage Of Several Canon Offers, Expire Tomorrow

By Anthony Thurston on August 1st 2014

July saw some pretty awesome deals and sales across the web. Some of those fine deals expired with the month, but a few from Canon are still valid. You need to hurry though, these deals highlighted below expire tomorrow, making today the last real opportunity to take advantage.

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Canon Deals Expiring Tomorrow

That Canon 7D deal in particular is especially awesome, it is still one of the top APS-C cameras on the market today. If you are looking to upgrade from a lower end DSLR, but don’t quite have the cheddar for a full frame rig, than the 7D is still a great option.

You can find all of these expiring deals, as well as a few more which were not featured over on B&H here.

Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Rafael Steffen

    I Think is someone is hoping for a great upgrade, now is the time to wait until september comes when we know cool stuff will be realeased. Until then, save up your money!!

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    • Stan Rogers

      I don’t know about that. I mean, the 7Dii promises to be a really nice piece of kit, but that’s just a promise, and even if that turns out to be as true as people want it to be, it’ll be a really nice piece of pretty expensive kit. The 7D might not be state-of-the-art, but it ain’t a bad $1000 body either for people who have Canon glass and need the frame rate more than they need ultimate resolution or see-in-the-dark performance. And you could do worse than a $300 entry-level kit for Facebook-y/webby type photography.

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    • Matthew Saville

      I too am a fan of buying whatever camera you want RIGHT NOW, and then just selling it off if something new comes out sooner than later. Especially with deals like this, you simply are “renting” a camera for a few months for dirt-cheap. That’s all it is.

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  2. Stan Rogers

    And please remember that at B&H (or “Kosher Kamera”, as it has been lovingly called in the trade for many, many years) on a Friday, you need to beat the Sabbath timer (taking orders would be “causing work to happen”, even if that order isn’t fulfilled on the Sabbath, according to the interpretation their community uses), so if you want to hit the sale, you’ll need to get in before (IIRC) 5:00 PM EST.

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    • Ralph Hightower

      Adorama also follows the Jewish calendar of observances; but they don’t put it up front on their web site like B&H does. I buy film and supplies from both, and a major purchase this past December from B&H; they beat Amazon on a Canon 5D Mk III package.

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    • Stan Rogers

      The policy at Adorama is somewhat different: they’ll take the online order during the Sabbath period, but fulfillment won’t happen during that time. Different community; different ways of interpreting the rules. [It hinges on whether one determines that ((causing work) (on the Sabbath)) is forbidden in the same way that ((causing) (work on the Sabbath)) is. Since there is no central authority and the subtleties of observance depend on rabbinical tradition, groups that are equally observant and living right next door to one another can live by subtly different rules. There used to be a complicated set of rules around mail orders at B&H in the old days as well to minimize the possibility that your order form would be in transit on the Sabbath, but that’s going back a long way.]

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    • Matthew Saville

      IMO if they can afford to run a business in a way that allows them to observe “no work on these days” traditions, more power to them! It seems to have become the American way to work 18 hours a day, 7 days a week, and I don’t like that. IMO technology, the internet, and everything else should be helping us move towards equal productivity with fewer hours, NOT more productivity with more hours…

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