Killer Bundle Live Again: EOS 5D Mark III, PIXMA PRO-100, 16GB Card, Shoulder Bag, Extra Battery – $2,449 (after MIR, UPDATE)


A super EOS 5D Mark III bundle deal is live again by authorised Canon dealer B&H Photo: 5D Mark III, PIXMA Pro-100 photo printer, 50 sheets photo paper, 16GB card, shoulder bag, extra battery – all for $2,449 after $650 mail-in rebate ($300 for the camera, $350 for the printer, instructions). Free shipping. The bundle is currently back-ordered (you can still place the order and wait for delivery), and expires 1/31.

Update: Adorama has a similar bundle for the same price and in stock. All kits listed below come with Canon Pixma Pro-100 Printers, Canon SG-201 Photo Paper, A Slinger Camera Bag, A Lexar 64GB Memory Card and A Canon LP-E6 Battery, and  New Leaf PLUS – 1 Year Warranty (Including Drops & Spills):

  • Canon EOS-5D Mark III and accessories listed above – $2,449 (click here) – after $650 mail-in rebate, regular $3,099.
  • Canon EOS-5D Mark III with EF 24-105mm f/4L IS and accessories listed above – $3,049 (click here)  – after $650 mail-in rebate, regular $3,699.
  • Canon EOS-5D Mark III with EF 24-70mm f/4L IS Lens and accessories listed above –$3,199 (click here) – after $650 mail-In rebate, regular $3,849.

How To Photograph Snow (CDLC)

Canon Rumor

The Canon Digital Learning Center posted an article with tips and tricks about how to photograph snow.

The biggest challenge when photographing snow lies in your camera’s metering system.

No matter how sophisticated the metering in an SLR camera is, it’s engineered to assume it’s reading “normal” subjects, of an “average” brightness. Photograph a landscape in summertime, with green grass, dark green trees, blue sky and white clouds, and the different brightness levels in the scene often average each other out. Much of the time, the meter will get these scenes absolutely correctly exposed. In simplified terms, it does this by averaging bright and dark parts of a scene, so the final exposure renders the overall brightness almost a middle shade of gray.

Read the tutorial at CDLC –>

Canon Wants You to Upgrade to the EOS-1D X, or EOS 5D Mark III at Least

Stepping Up to a Canon EOS-1D X Digital SLR Camera

CanonUSA on YouTube posted two videos highlighting the features and advantages of the EOS-1D X, and especially wants you to upgrade to the EOS 5D Mark III :-)

EOS-1D X price check: Amazon, B&H, Adorama, Canon USA, Digitalrev, eBay

EOS 5D Mark III price check: Amazon, B&H, Adorama, Canon USA, Digitalrev, eBay

Why you should consider stepping up to Canon’s full-frame EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR camera