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Jun 07, 2012 07:07 |  #3991

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I want to get either the 7D or 60D with the 24-70 L. Does anyone know how often Canon restocks the 24-70? Anyone who follows the refurb lenses closely? Thanks!

Not nearly as often as the bodies. The 24-70 is quite the hot commodity right now, prices are absurd for used copies.


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Jun 07, 2012 10:55 |  #3992

Just got a refurbished s95. Is there a way to check the shutter count on it? Looks like EOS count doesn't work for it.




  
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Jun 07, 2012 11:46 |  #3993

RegBruce wrote in post #14541819 (external link)
:p Frankly, I would have been happy with 5800 ... hey, it's only 5788 more actuations than the one they sent me. I'll be up there in no time! lol!

Wow that is amazing. 12 counts? Nice.


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Jun 07, 2012 12:11 |  #3994

This may have been answered already but can you return a P&S for a DSLR or do they need to be the same type of camera?


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Jun 07, 2012 12:25 |  #3995

LeifHurst wrote in post #14545328 (external link)
This may have been answered already but can you return a P&S for a DSLR or do they need to be the same type of camera?

you can. Type of camera traded doesn't matter.


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Jun 07, 2012 13:31 |  #3996

LeifHurst wrote in post #14545328 (external link)
This may have been answered already but can you return a P&S for a DSLR or do they need to be the same type of camera?

From Post 1 of this thread (1st paragraph):

smacatl wrote in post #11146545 (external link)
Overview - The Canon Loyalty Program provides the opportunity to trade in an existing Canon product for a refurbished Canon Digital SLR. There are Point and Shoot and Video options available, but this Thread will focus on the DSLR options. The program initially required the trade in product to be broken (easy to accomplish), but recently they have relaxed this restriction to simply being out of warranty. There have been reports of Film Cameras being accepted, but for now assume that you will need a broken (or out of warranty) Canon Digital camera (P&S or DSLR).

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Jun 07, 2012 15:13 as a reply to  @ smacatl's post |  #3997

I just got off the phone with Michelle and ordered a 60D body. I added $9 for 2 day shipping (although the weekend will slow that down). The 2 day shipping forces the order through a different process that is faster; the normal process is a 5-7 day shipping. I mention this because of the slight chance that sometimes there will be a low supply of an item and the 2 days process may make a difference.

I managed to score a 15-85 IS USM on ebay for $560 in anticipation of this purchase and I think it gives me a great combination. I had been considering the T3i, but the 60D features won out for speed/convenience.

Great stuff, pretty excited.


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Jun 08, 2012 10:36 |  #3998

i have been looking to get a t2i from the program but with the announcement of the t4i i assume the t2i will be discontinued. will the price drop on the t2i? can anyone speculate on this? should i wait or pull the trigger now?




  
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Jun 08, 2012 11:01 |  #3999

A friend was able to trade-in a EOS 650 to get T3i. When I called, the CSR said "ANY Canon camera that is out of warranty will do." I have an old Canonet,might try to trade that...




  
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Jun 08, 2012 13:06 |  #4000

Ray33 wrote in post #14546176 (external link)
I just got off the phone with Michelle and ordered a 60D body. I added $9 for 2 day shipping (although the weekend will slow that down). The 2 day shipping forces the order through a different process that is faster; the normal process is a 5-7 day shipping. I mention this because of the slight chance that sometimes there will be a low supply of an item and the 2 days process may make a difference.

I managed to score a 15-85 IS USM on ebay for $560 in anticipation of this purchase and I think it gives me a great combination. I had been considering the T3i, but the 60D features won out for speed/convenience.

Great stuff, pretty excited.

Not true. I paid $0 for shipping and it was 2 day express. No clue what you are talking about. I received my 5D2 exactly 2 days after I called and paid nothing extra :)


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Jun 08, 2012 14:29 |  #4001

I called to check if the 24-70L is still in the program but no.:cry:


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Jun 10, 2012 00:14 |  #4002

Anyone know if the 17-55 is in the program? or has ever been?


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Jun 10, 2012 03:13 |  #4003

i saw a spec of dust on the sensor thru the viewfinder so i went to use a blower, then i saw a giant fingerprint on it. I've never touched it before so it must be from the people at canon when they were handling it. sadness ='[luckily it doesn't affect the pictures of anything.


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Jun 10, 2012 16:24 |  #4004

boingy wrote in post #14557139 (external link)
Anyone know if the 17-55 is in the program? or has ever been?

Not in the program. Tried to get one a couple weeks ago, no dice.




  
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Jun 10, 2012 20:27 |  #4005

lirvaevoli wrote in post #14557538 (external link)
i saw a spec of dust on the sensor thru the viewfinder so i went to use a blower, then i saw a giant fingerprint on it. I've never touched it before so it must be from the people at canon when they were handling it. sadness ='[luckily it doesn't affect the pictures of anything.

I'd still return it - the chemicals in the fingerprint could eventually cause problems with corrosion or dry so hard that it can't be removed.

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