The 5 Most Popular Street Price Deals from Black Friday Week




We had great deals for Black Friday via our street price program, and the great news is: many of the deals are still live. These deals are for brand new items from Canon authorized dealers, with a 1-year Canon USA warranty and free shipping. We go over the five most popular items below.

  1. EOS R + free adapter for $1649 (sold out for now)

    This deal sold out in 12 hours, and is still sold out — but may come back. Stay tuned!

  2. EOS 90D for $1059

    Save $140 vs. introduction on this new camera.

  3. EOS 5D Mark IV for $2249

    Our street price has been just as popular as the B&H $2499 Battery Grip Bundle.

  4. EOS RP with 24-240mm Lens + free adapter for $1429

    Now back in-stock, the most cost-effective way to get into the RF ecosystem.

  5. RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM for $2099
    RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM for $2099
    RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM for $2549

    The “holy trinity” of RF zoom lenses is together at last!



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4 comments on “The 5 Most Popular Street Price Deals from Black Friday Week

  1. Tyler Nelson
    December 4, 2019 at 3:39 pm EDT

    Call me ignorant, but what about the 5D IV makes it so much more expensive than the EOS R?

  2. Dustin Keith
    December 4, 2019 at 10:32 pm EDT

    I think the 5D MK IV still has a few advantages-

    Dual card slots
    Shoots DCI 4K (albeit in a MUCH less efficient codec)
    Better Battery Life
    More FPS in RAW (I think?)
    Optical viewfinder

    These aren’t worth $600 more in cost to me but might be to others. I personally prefer an EVF nowadays and something tells me the AF of the EOS R, not to mention RF glass, make it a better option. The only thing I’m envious of on that list is dual card slots but also, **knock on wood**, I’ve had a lot of reliability from my SD cards.

    1. Derick
      December 4, 2019 at 11:00 pm EDT

      Actually the R does 8 FPS in single focus and 5 FPS tracking. The IV does 7 FPS in both.

      But the IV has a 21 image buffer and the R is in the 40’s.

    2. Tyler nelson
      December 5, 2019 at 6:11 am EDT

      Thanks Dustin. Yeah, I am not disagreeing with some of the pluses of the 5D, but it just seems it is consistently a lot more money. For some the dual card slots & increased battery life might be necessary (i.e. wedding photography). But personally, I’d much rather have the EOS R and put the difference in savings into some nice glass.

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