Info: Canon EOS 1D Mark II N and Canon Rebates

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CanonEOS1DMarkIIn.jpgB&H has the new Canon EOS 1D Mark IIN listed for $3999, but it is "out of stock" when I checked this morning. The main difference with the 1D Mark II is the larger LCD screen on the back and a faster buffer.

Meanwhile, it appears that various stores are clearing out the Canon EOS 1D Mark II, so if you want this tried and true photojournalist's camera, now might be the time. B&H has it for $3829 and Costco.com has it for $3799. The advantage of buying it from Costco is the fantastic warrantee that Costco provides on its products. Although I might say that for only a $200 difference on a $4000 product, why not get the (very slightly) updated version? DPReview.com has more on the 1D Mark IIn.

In other news, Canon is offering (its now traditional) fall rebates on selected Canon EOS products bought from authorized dealers (i.e., not Abes of Maine and Costco.com). The interesting twist is that if you buy two qualifying products, the rebate amount doubles, and three it triples. Here are the qualifying products:

Canon USA rebate product list

Canon Rebate EOS SLR Cameras
Canon EOS 20D - $100 - $200 - $300
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT - $75 - $150 - $225
Canon EOS Rebel T2 - $20 - $40 - $60

Canon Rebate EF Lenses
Canon EF 20mm 2.8 U - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 28mm 1.8 U - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 50mm 1.4 U - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 85mm 1.8 U - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 100mm 2.0 U - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 135mm 2.0 LU - $35 - $70 - $105
Canon EF 200mm 2.0 LIIU - $25 - $50 - $75
Canon EF 300mm 4 LISU - $45 - $90 - $135
Canon EF 5.6 LU - $40 - $80 - $120
Canon EF 16-35mm 2.8 U - $50 - $100 - $150
Canon EF 24-70mm 2.8 LU - $45 - $90 - $135
Canon EF 28-135mm 3.5-5.6 ISU - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 70-200mm 2.8 L IS U - $50 - $100 - $150
Canon EF 70-200mm 2.8 LU - $40 - $80 - $120
Canon EF 70-200mm 4 LU - $25 - $50 - $75
Canon EF 70-300mm 4-5.6 ISU - $15 - $30 - $45
Canon EF 70-300mm 4.5-5.6 DO ISU - $40 - $80 - $120
Canon EF 75-300mm 4-5.6 III - $5 - $10 - $15
Canon EF 100-400mm 4.5-5.6 L ISU - $50 - $100 - $150
Canon EF 15mm 2.8 Fisheye - $25 - $50 - $75
Canon EF 50mm 2.5 Macro - $10 - $20 - $30
Canon EF 100mm 2.8 Macro U - $20 - $40 - $60
Canon EF 180mm 3.5L Marco U - $50 - $100 - $150
Canon EF-S 60mm Macro U - $15 - $30 - $45

Canon Pimxa Printer rebate
Canon Pixma iP6600D - $25 - $50 - $75
Canon Pixma iP6220D - $15 - $30 - $45

Canon Speedlite rebate
Canon Speedlite 580EX - $20
Canon Speedlite 220EX - $10
Canon Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX - $50
Canon Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX - $30

Canon IS Binoculars rebate
Canon Binoculars 10x42L IS WP - $100
Canon Binoculars 18x50 IS All Weather - $100
Canon Binoculars 15x50 IS All Weather - $100
Canon Binoculars 12x36 IS II - $50
Canon Binoculars 10x30 IS - $50
Canon Binoculars 8x25 IS - $50

More info on Canon's website.

2 Comments

Do you mean you can't buy everwhere to get that rebate in the States? Here in Europe this doesn't seem to matter...

Only authorized dealers in the USA can offer the rebate. This is to help maintain the price monopoly. If a dealer sells too much below the advertised price, they can get de-authorized. Or if they are seling "grey market" goods, they also can't offer the rebate.

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