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I'm so close to buying a new 5dII

 
Jannie
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Jan 06, 2011 16:49 |  #31

Among other things, you will have nearly twice the pixels in a full frame so it won't be overloaded, you will have microadjust (fantastic) you will now have dust removal (yes, yes, yes - woot) and you will have a wonderful viewing screen. Add that to one of the finest, most useable lenses you can have in your bag, and be happy, happy, happy. That should about do it adding to your $200 savings of course.


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Jan 06, 2011 17:45 |  #32

Jannie wrote in post #11587308 (external link)
Among other things, you will have nearly twice the pixels in a full frame so it won't be overloaded, you will have microadjust (fantastic) you will now have dust removal (yes, yes, yes - woot) and you will have a wonderful viewing screen. Add that to one of the finest, most useable lenses you can have in your bag, and be happy, happy, happy. That should about do it adding to your $200 savings of course.

Actually, getting the 5DII and the 70-200 MKII together doubles the rebate to $400 :mrgreen:




  
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