Canon EOS 5D Mark II $400 Price reduction! Last chance?

by planetMitch3 Comments

The Canon EOS 5D Mark II has a huge $400 price reduction right now – could this be your last chance to buy one? canonrumors.com is reporting that they think this is an attempt to clear out the remaining inventory 5D2s.

The sites like B&H Photo and Adorama are reporting this is a $400 instant rebate the ends on October 27th.

When Canon announced the Canon EOS 6D a few weeks ago, I speculated (read: “Canon EOS 5D Mark II 4th anniversary! Is the king dead?“) that it would mark the end of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II since the 6D kind of fills in the low end of the full frame HDSLR range for Canon and the pricing of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II didn't make sense in there… now this makes it even more interesting. What does Canon have up its sleeve?

This pricing is pretty exciting – tho for some of us who were thinking of selling our used Canon EOS 5D Mark IIs, this sure takes a dent out of our resale value (boohoo!)

5D Mark II $400 Price reduction!

Canon EOS 5D Mark II Digital Camera (Body Only) B&H



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planetMitch

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Comments

  1. Now is the time. I’m sure the 5Dii is on it’s way out. Still an amazing camera for the price but the 5Dii begs for everything that the 5Diii and the 6D have to offer.

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  3. I am about to buy one mII these days. Actually a friend of mine is going to NY and I would like him to pick it up. As I live in Europe, it is a great opportunity for me. BH listed the price of $1799, but with a “offer ends Oct 24” note. How likely is that the price will go up again after that date?

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