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Ebay:Canon EOS-M Digital Camera w/ EF-M 22mm f/2 Lens 249.99

 
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Jul 29, 2014 21:17 |  #16

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I have one I got for my daughter a M w/ 22mm I got used here for I dunno some 275. I want to offload it but might as well keep it now since it's only worth about 200 in my pocket.

I can't believe these things didn't sell. It's been a real benefit to alot of people now lol

Kinda wonder if the touch screen turned people off?
That said for the money its hard to beat that combo of body and Lens,the 22mm is fine.


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Jul 29, 2014 21:29 |  #17

HogansHeroes wrote in post #17065001 (external link)
Kinda wonder if the touch screen turned people off?
That said for the money its hard to beat that combo of body and Lens,the 22mm is fine.

Touchscreen is awesome, I wish my 5D3 had it. It just makes so much more sense when using the SL1, then trying to figure out which buttons and dials to hit vs just hitting a setting and sliding your finger to assign a value, etc.


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Jul 30, 2014 00:38 |  #18

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17065012 (external link)
Touchscreen is awesome, I wish my 5D3 had it. It just makes so much more sense when using the SL1, then trying to figure out which buttons and dials to hit vs just hitting a setting and sliding your finger to assign a value, etc.

I do also agree, also having the SL1/5D3, I do find the touchscreen useful and find myself wanting to touch the screen on the 5D as well.


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Aug 01, 2014 16:03 as a reply to  @ a_dee's post |  #19

Received mine today from this ebay deal. It includes the lens, English manual, everything that comes with new (I had one previously and sold it but could not pass up this deal).

The only difference between this and a US model that I could see was in the battery charger. On the one I had previously it has the swing out plugs that go directly into the wall. This one has a short cord that plugs into the charger.

Otherwise identical to a US from everything I can see. It is a kit and is sold as a kit.

Thanks again for posting this item. It was a good buy.

NOTE: I also picked up a genuine Canon EOS M to EF adapter for about $65 in a white box shipment. Nice package with everything.


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Aug 03, 2014 13:22 |  #20

kpritts wrote in post #17070835 (external link)
Received mine today from this ebay deal. It includes the lens, English manual, everything that comes with new (I had one previously and sold it but could not pass up this deal).

The only difference between this and a US model that I could see was in the battery charger. On the one I had previously it has the swing out plugs that go directly into the wall. This one has a short cord that plugs into the charger.

Otherwise identical to a US from everything I can see. It is a kit and is sold as a kit.

Thanks again for posting this item. It was a good buy.

NOTE: I also picked up a genuine Canon EOS M to EF adapter for about $65 in a white box shipment. Nice package with everything.

Got mine also and got the same thing you did,That was a great score on the adapter you got.;)


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http://www.ebay.com …58175555?var=49​0386434058 (external link)


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Aug 03, 2014 15:14 as a reply to  @ HogansHeroes's post |  #21

Glad you hear you got the deal. I jumped on the adapter when I saw it.

Enjoying it now and deciding whether to keep the SL1 or give it my 14 year old niece. She joined us for a vacation a few weeks ago and I barely got to use it. She is VERY interested in photography and is learning some basic editing (with my help and guidance). She has a great eye and wants to learn.

Hmmm....choices!!!

Anyway, enjoy the M. I am learning a lot more about it.


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Aug 03, 2014 22:00 |  #22

Ive been on this fence for awhile for a smaller body like this and with this deal i couldnt pass it up. I was waiting for them to finally have a good deal with the body and the 22mm lens only. Thanks for the heads up from the OP.


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Aug 04, 2014 17:10 |  #23

and it seems to be done.... and i needed a few more days to jump on it :(




  
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Aug 04, 2014 19:14 |  #24

Don't worry, next stop $199! :)


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