Pre-order and in stock alerts for 1DX and 5D Mark III, and a few 5D Mark II deals

 

I have to report new items that are either available for pre-order (1DX) or in stock now (5D Mark III). And at the end you’ll find some cool deals for the Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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Let’s start with the Canon EOS 1DX:

  • pre-order possible at Amazon, $6,799.00 (click here)
The EOS 5D Mark III is in stock at
  • 5D Mark III body for $3,499 at Adorama, free shipping (click here)
  • 5D Mark III with 24-105mm IS Lens for $4,299 at Adorama, free shipping (click here)
  • 5D Mark III body at Abe’s of Main for $3,499, free shiping (click here)
  • 5D Mark III with 24-105mm IS Lens at Abe’s of Main for $4,299, free shipping (click here)
For more EOS 5D Mark III world-wide pre-order and order options click here.
And now the 5D Mark II deals (click here for sample pictures):
  • 3 items, $1,989.90 at peach_photo (ebay top rated seller) –
  • 3 items, $2,009.00 at photovideo4les (ebay top rated seller) –
  • >10 items, with gift pack, $2,011.89 at t-dimension3 (ebay top rated seller) –
  • >10 items, with huge gift pack (2 lenses, filter set, 20G memory cards, tripods, 2 big bag, and more stuff), $2,088.65 at electronicsvalley  (ebay top rated seller) –
For more possible 5D Mark II deals have a look at the following box:
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Canon EOS 1D X ready for pre-order

Right now B&H told me that they have the Canon EOS 1D X ready for pre-order (click here). Price is $6,799 and it will start shipping by the end of April.

EDIT: Adorama is also accepting pre-orders for the 1D X (click here)

CPN (Canon Professional Network) has a good article about Frits van Eldik shooting an F1 event with a EOS 1D X. Have a look here to read about the technical specifications of Canon’s next flagship, or read this to get more insight. Canon’s 1D X page is still a work in progress (no manual for download yet), but for sure worth to have a look.

The guys over at techradar (video above) have a hands-on review with lots of details (click here to read). Another hands-on os provided by imaging-resource. And, hey!, even Wikipedia has an entry for the 1D X :-).