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[B&H Photo Video] Canon M6 EOS Mirrorless Digital Camera $299 (USD) - BODY ONLY (B&H)

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Canon M6 EOS Mirrorless Digital Camera $299 (USD) - BODY ONLY (B&H)

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299.99
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B&H Photo Video
Not a bad buy for the body only. Grant you the mark 2 is out but if you're looking for a backup camera or something entry level just to get into the EF-M line this is pretty solid from what I hear.

Key Features
24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
DIGIC 7 Image Processor
3.0" 1.04m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps

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May 5, 2019
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This is a good price. I bought M6 year ago with lens 15-45mm for $800 CDN and use is much more than my DSLR. Perfect size for street & travel with the 22mm. I wish it had IBIS for adapted lenses and video but the kit lens is pretty good. Battery life is good for ~250 shots or couple of hrs of video depending on how you use it.
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However, this is from the states. A M100 kit is $399 in SDM. WIth 20x points, it is like $295 + tax, which is a good deal to me. Certainly, M6 is a better carmera than M100,
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JasonToronto wrote: However, this is from the states. A M100 kit is $399 in SDM. WIth 20x points, it is like $295 + tax, which is a good deal to me. Certainly, M6 is a better carmera than M100,
Well B&H does ship to Canada though so I thought I'd post it up for those that are going to get it shipped. And lets be honest here, who hasn't shopped at B&H before and is on RFD lol...I've seen enough of their deals linked on here before for other items beyond cameras ;)
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-=phelan=- wrote: Is the 18-150mm lens worth it or is it better to get the 200mm. Both have IS if I'm not mistaken which would work well with the M6
It's an average quality lens.
I find I'm usually needing more on the wide end, so I prefer the 15-45 in most cases. That said, I have the 55-200 and got some great nautical photos when I visited Ha Long Bay.

However I never mount the 55-200 unless I know I'm specially going to need it.

Some people swear by the 11-22 but I find it's not versatile enough for my purposes.
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They were selling these with the option to get the $159 EF mount for $9 I think as recently as yesterday. I probably would've bit on this if that were still an option.
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