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How Much 4 New 5D MKIII

 
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Jun 03, 2014 08:40 |  #16

Apart from ISO performance and I don't see what a 5D3 is going to give you over what you have. Maybe less stressful wrists lol




  
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Jun 03, 2014 12:06 |  #17

Canon Loyalty Program is the way to go.

I recently got a 5D Mark III for $2662 after tax and it arrived with only 31 shutter actuations.


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Jun 03, 2014 15:21 |  #18

Canon 5D MKIII was announced on March 2012
5D MKII Sept 2008
5D Aug. 2005

So you can see the pattern.... MK IV in 2015 or 2016? It's a long wait no matter. I've been waiting for 7D MKII a LONG time. Got tired of waiting and went for the 5D MKIII. If 7D MKII ever comes out, and if I like the specs, then I'll sell the 5D MKIII and jump on 7D MKII.

As for the "Best" price for 5D MKIII, I think you can get it for around $2,500 or even under that during the Black Friday sales.



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Jun 03, 2014 16:14 |  #19

Snafoo wrote in post #16947746 (external link)
I love the way that the first two respondents to this thread didn't even try to answer the OP's very straightforward questions, but immediately launched into nanny mode. :rolleyes:

hay thats the way we do it hear';)


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