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Street Price Deals on R6 ($2399), R ($1699), RP ($899) Ending Soon


Our popular street price deals on RF-mount cameras are ending soon — we’re expecting a price increase at the end of the week, due to adjustments in the Canon promotions. These prices are from Canon authorized dealers, with free shipping, a 1-year Canon USA warranty, and no sales tax is collected by the dealers. While quantities last, you can also add the mount adapters — dealers have both regular and control ring adapters in-stock.

We also now have a limited quantity of EOS R5 in-stock via the street price program, while quantities last.



KEH Used Deals: R6 $2279, RF 50mm $2059, EF 17-40mm $315



Used dealer KEH Camera just restocked some of their pre-owned Canon gear, and they now have some nice deals on the EOS R6, RF 50mm F1.2 L USM, and other popular Canon items.

Check out our KEH Stock Tracker to see the full list of items available. Some of our favorite deals include:



Street Price: EOS R6 for $2399, No Tax Collected


Our street price deal on the EOS R6 is back — it’s now only $2399, from an authorized Canon dealer, with a 1-year Canon USA warranty, and free shipping. No state sales tax is collected.

Please inquire for the details.



Grey Market: EOS R6 for $2384 at quickndone via eBay


We’re starting to see our first significant price drops for the EOS R6 in the grey market. quickndone via eBay has the Canon EOS R6 for $2384.99. As this is not from an authorized dealer, a Canon USA warranty is not guaranteed. Compare with a price of $2499 seen at authorized dealers at this time.



Expiring Soon: Street Price Specials on EOS R5, R6, and RF 24-105L



These popular street price specials are expiring soon. We currently have some excellent prices on two popular mirrorless cameras and several lenses; these deals are expected to end either today or tomorrow. These deals are from authorized Canon dealers with a 1-year Canon USA warranty, and free shipping. Sales tax depends on state, so please inquire for the full details.



Popular Street Prices: EOS R5, EOS R6, and RF 24-105L


We continue to have very popular street prices on two highly coveted mirrorless cameras and the RF 24-105L lens. These prices are for brand new items from authorized dealers with a 1-year Canon USA warranty and free shipping. Please inquire for the full details.



Top 10 Most Popular Canon Cameras and Lenses of 2020

In a few hours, this unique 2020 year will draw to a close. Let’s hope 2021 is a lot less chaotic than how 2020 turned out. All the best to our CPW readers in 2021!

It’s a CPW tradition to countdown the popular Canon items of the year. We compiled statistics via our street price program as well as through our posted deals (new and refurbished), and we sorted by number of copies purchased. You can compare with 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016’s list.

  1. EOS 1D-X Mark III (Honorable Mention)

    The year has been so long, it’s easy to forget that the EOS 1D-X Mark III was also introduced at the beginning of the year, in January. It barely missed the list, at #11 in sales. Many expect that this was Canon’s last 1-series EF-mount camera, but time will tell.

  2. RF 100-500mm f/4-7.1L IS USM

    Despite all the early supply challenges this unique lens has proven to the most popular of Canon’s 2020 lens releases, and a good-warmup before the rumored RF 100-400mm.

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  3. EOS 5D Mark IV

    We said last year that the 5D Mark IV would drop off the list, after two years at #1 and one year at #2. We were wrong! The camera continues to be popular in its fourth full year, grabbing #9 on this year’s list.

  4. EOS 90D

    The EOS 90D was the first crop-sensor body to have made it onto our annual top-10 list, and we’re surprised to see it cling on for yet another year. If the rumors turn out to be true, its position on the list will be replaced by an RF-mount crop-sensor body next year.

  5. EOS RP

    With a stint at $899 for the EOS RP (and $999 when paired with the respectable RF 24-105 STM), the RP has continued to be popular and keeps its position relative to the similarly-classed EOS R.

  6. EOS R

    This camera was #1 last year, the first time a mirrorless product topped our list, a clear sign of Canon imaging’s transformation away from SLRs. We knew its position was only temporary, paving the way for newer mirrorless cameras and products to come. This camera is still a great performer and fills an important niche and price point.

  7. RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM
  8. RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM
  9. RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM

    No surprise, the RF zoom trinity is together on our list! At #5 and #4, respectively, are the RF 15-35mm and RF 24-70mm “twin” lenses, designed with a similar aesthetic, launched on the same day, and with an identical price. They continued to have almost identical sales figures through the year with the RF 24-70mm slightly ahead due to a great end-of-year refurbished deal. The final member of the f/2.8 zoom trinity (and in our opinion the lens most worth upgrading to), the RF 70-200mm, joined them on this year’s list, and pulled ahead to the #3 position with an incredible end-of-year refurbished deal. We expect these mainstays to be on the top 10 lists for years to come. Cameras come and go, but great lenses are forever.

  10. EOS R6
    In any other year, the EOS R6 would have been a #1 camera. Next-generation mirrorless, with 12 fps, 4K60 video, and in-body image stabilization, all at a $2499 introductory price point? This is a very impressive camera and many copies were purchased, but it will forever be overshadowed by the next item on our list.

  11. EOS R5

    Overheating problems? Supply issues? Conspiracy theories? The EOS R5 was definitely the most talked about camera in 2020 — especially with its groundbreaking 8K video (albeit only 20 minutes at a time). Many questioned whether the “overheating issue” was an excuse for a camera deliberately crippled via software. For the first months, with the cameras impossible to find, conspiracy theories abounded about secret recalls and supply issues.

    The explanation was simpler though: this is an astounding camera and everyone wanted it, we’ve seen more interest on this camera than any other item in the last ten years of tracking Canon. In the end Canon pulled through and supplied enough EOS R5 to make it also the best selling item this year (at least amongst our readers!), and the top of our list. Will it stay there in 2021, or does Canon have more in-store for RF mount? An exciting time to be a Canon shooter.