No responses? Seems like a good deal, although the printer seems to be only selling for just over $100 on eBay. Meaning you get the T4i with 2 lenses for $700.
posted: Dec. 4, 2012 @ 8:48p
I am thinking about this deal. Hopping to get $300 on printer on eBay. Where do you see this only $100 on eBay? May be i am not looking right. Appreciate your Help russ0519.
$1300 round total -500 Rebate -300 Sell the Printer on eBay -150 Sell one Lens ---------- $350 for camera with basic lens--Am i way off?
posted: Dec. 4, 2012 @ 8:50p
The printer is not going to sell for as high anymore. I believe the rebate is a newer updated version. currently B&H (and many other sites ) have the printer at $500-$300 rebate = $200 for anyone -- no camera purchase needed. I think this will be the new "Pixma 9000 MK II" combo printer, as it appears to now be discontinued on many websites....
posted: Dec. 4, 2012 @ 11:53p
Please tell me if below deal is better or not than what is posted
Total $1248 - $500 Rebate - $250 or the amount you can sell the Printer for. - $150 sell 55-250 Lense -------- $350 for camera with basic lense, may be little more depending upon how much you get the money for selling other items.
Please respond anyone with your feedback.
posted: Dec. 5, 2012 @ 12:11a
you posted a t3i deal for comparison??
Hi, I'm a Mac
posted: Dec. 5, 2012 @ 11:00a
Adorama had a better deal the other day, but maybe it was posted in error. I just ordered this camera and am waiting for delivery from Amazon. I opted to forgo the "deals" and instead by the 18-135 STM lens to avoid getting two kit lenses and instead get one very good one that can be used as a walk around lens and which also can be used in movie mode without hearing the lens focus. It was a bit pricier but I am hoping the lens upgrade was worth it.
posted: Dec. 5, 2012 @ 2:24p
I think a good deal if you want to keep the printer. It's basically the Adorama deal and a printer for $100. Plus it's in stock, Adorama is backordered.
posted: Dec. 5, 2012 @ 2:53p
posted: Dec. 5, 2012 @ 7:17p
Don't fall for this, the so call "rebate" will not work. They denied me the rebate on a stupid reason and I am out hundreds of dollars because of it. will NEVER buy any Canon products
DavidScubadiver said: It was a bit pricier but I am hoping the lens upgrade was worth it.
It is worth it.
It is a very good quality lens for a kit lens. I used ONLY Canon L glass for 20 years. This is the only "consumer" lens I would ever use.
It focuses fast in stills mode. In video mode, with Servo AI focus, the T4i gives much better quality video than my camcorder at 3200 ISO. I am selling the camcorder.
I just used the T4i with my Canon 17-40 L and 70-200 2.8 II L to take 750 photos at a music performance on Sunday. I took the T4i instead of my Canon 5DIII. Not that it is better of course, but close enough that I didn't worry about the difference!
I do like the 5DIII much better at ISO 6400 and above. And of course it's autofocus system is state of the art. But the T4i is very good itself. I really enjoy using it more than any other camera (I also had a 1DX this year, along with a Nikon D3200 and Sony NEX 5n.)
Definitely the "best buy" on the market! I think it has flown under the radar a bit because it didn't have a new sensor. And the very good auto focus is not new - it comes from the 60D - but it is new to the Rebel line.
First real all-around great camera at the $600 price point! Net cost to own should only be $100 or a bit more per year, for 1-2 years. Very cheap compared to film!
posted: Dec. 5, 2012 @ 8:39p
I had a Canon NEX5N.Want to have a T41. I am thinking about this deal.
posted: Dec. 10, 2012 @ 10:08a
How do you get total to $1297.99? I get $1,497.99
From deal text: Add the Canon EOS Rebel T4i 18.0 MP CMOS Digital SLR with 18-55mm EF-S IS II Lens to your cart ($749.99) Add the Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II (Stabilized) Telephoto Lens to your cart ($299.99) Add the Canon PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II Photo Printer ($499.00) to your cart
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