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  1. #1
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    FS: Canon M5 Mirrorless, Brand New

    I'm selling a brand new Canon M5 mirrorless camera; this is a warranty replacement for my personal M5 that I broke two weeks ago. I couldn't go without a camera during that time, so I purchased one before I received this back from Canon. They don't service the M5, so it's a brand new camera as the replacement.

    It's an amazing camera- virtually every picture I've posted (examples below) in the last year were taken with this camera. I personally love the 18-150mm and 11-22 EF-M lenses, and I also have the Canon adapter to use a couple of EF-S lenses as well.

    $550 plus shipping, and I'm including four batteries plus two Canon chargers. PM if interested.

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    ohh man... so tempting. bumpity bump.

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    Interesting... no interest yet. I guess it doesn't quite have the following of the Sony mirrorless cameras, even though it's just as good (and the lenses are much cheaper).

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Interesting... no interest yet. I guess it doesn't quite have the following of the Sony mirrorless cameras, even though it's just as good (and the lenses are much cheaper).
    And you can use a converter to keep your canon glass in use.

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    Too big for me, but GLWS.

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    The whole, you just bought a bike this year came up when we discussed this in the house... so, yeah. good luck, this is a great little camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Interesting... no interest yet. I guess it doesn't quite have the following of the Sony mirrorless cameras, even though it's just as good (and the lenses are much cheaper).
    Maybe folks are waiting for the new eos R

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftfield View Post
    Maybe folks are waiting for the new eos R
    Maybe, but a $600 APS-C camera and a $2300 full-frame are two very different decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Maybe, but a $600 APS-C camera and a $2300 full-frame are two very different decisions.
    Not for all the rich dentists on here Good deal at any rate, thought there'd be more interest as well

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    I would be all over this if it was compatible with my Nikon lenses

    GLWS

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