My last camera body purchase, a refurbished Canon 5DMarkII, was almost 6 years ago.
Since then, my eyes aren’t what they used to be but more importantly technology has improved by leaps and bounds, so it made sense that I not fight it.
Just like the last time, I bought myself a refurbished Canon 7D Mark II.
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I paid $1230 shipped.
Like the new camera body, my refurbished 7D Mark II comes with Canon’s 1-year warranty.
The brown cardboard box that it came in is actually very nondescript.
So nondescript, I actually thought they had shipped me a wrong camera.
I actually bought an App that lets me check on the number of shutter actuations just to make sure my 7DMark II was ‘new’.