Brand New Canon 18-200 EF-S wide to telephoto zoom lens
I've been a member here for more than 10 years now. I've sold a lot of camera stuff on here. All legit. I'm not a dealer. Only 1 of each.
Canon T4i (650D) with 18-55mm kit lens with Zeikos camera bag and filter- $SOLD (Cheapest in Ontario is $770 after tax: http://www.photoprice.ca/product/03919/ ... price.html)
Canon EF-S 18-200mm Lens - $400 (cheapest on photoprice.ca shows $739 after tax http://www.photoprice.ca/product/02668/ ... price.html)
Canon EF-S 55-250mm Telephoto zoom lens - $SOLD (cheapest in Ontario $254: http://www.photoprice.ca/product/01168/ ... price.html)
Canon D20 waterproof shockproof point and shoot - $279
Canon 60D body - $SOLD
Canon EF 40mm Pancake STM Lens - $SOLD
The T4i, 18-55, and 55-250 all have warranty from an authorized Canon dealer up to Feb 3, 2014.
The 18-200mm EF-S lens has warranty from an authorized Canon dealer up to July 30, 2013.
I will also include a brand new Samsung floater/floatee for the D20 that you can strap to the camera so it floats.
Located in Markham east of Pacific Mall (Steeles / McCowan). Meet up in public places only.
Won't be able to meet up until Feb. 8th or after as I'm out of town the next few days. I'm posting now for interested parties to get the details out of the way and we can do the meetup whenever.
Now that the details are out of the way, I can talk a bit about the items.
The T4i unlike the T3, actually has a number of SERIOUS upgrades over the predecessor. If you want a full in-depth review, read here from one of the best Canon review sites: http://www.the-digital-picture.com/Revi ... eview.aspx
What I personally think are the key upgrades from an amateur's point of view:
SHARPER images at the same settings vs the old T2i/T3i even though all are 18MP.
New 9-pt all cross-type AF system (vs. 9-pt only center cross-type)
Continuous AF in Live View (although a FTM lens would be better)
LCD Display Off Sensor (vs. button)
DIGIC 5 Image Processor (vs. DIGIC 4)
Built-In stereo sound recording with attenuator
5 fps (vs. 3.37 fps)
UHS-I memory card compatible
The first one is pretty sick. 9 cross type focus points. This makes focusing in difficult environments just that bit more accurate and faster.
UHS-I is great too because you can put in your 45MB/s cards and snap away in RAW without worrying you're stuck 3 shots later.