...Passed along to me by my friend Isaac at B&H—he says these are flying off the shelves like crazy today (and in limited supply):
Canon 6D, $1,574 at checkout (I think this is the absolute lowest price ever for a full-frame digital camera bought new, is it not?)
Canon EF 24–70mm ƒ/2.8L II USM lens, normally $2,299, today $1,699 after all rebates. You get $300 off at checkout and then there's an additional $300 mail-in rebate.
(Thanks to Isaac)
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MM: "LensRentals' Roger Cicala, who plays daily with the best lenses in the world, on the 24–70mm II: 'If I say there are four billion stars in the Milky Way, everyone accepts that. If I say the paint is wet, everyone checks for themselves. I’m not sure which path people are going to take with this statement: This is the best standard-range zoom ever made. By any manufacturer. Ever. It’s not close.'"