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yeah, really need to ask that here. I thought I've made it pretty darn clear in my previous posts here --

DO NOT SEND CANON A CAMERA OF ANY CONSIDERABLE (read: > $50 US) value, you could easily sell that camera, buy a broken point and shoot for (likely) no more than $16 US and make more money by selling it to a 3rd party.
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oh and you would buy it...
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XTi would sell almost instantly if you priced it correctly.
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XTi would sell almost instantly if you priced it correctly.
What he said.

We wouldn't buy it, of course, since we have better cameras. That doesn't mean though that there aren't OCNers who'd be willing to buy a DSLR to step up from their point and shoots.

I've seen XTis go for $200-$250 for the body only. Pair that with an 18-55mm IS for ~$80 used and you've a hell of a starter kit for a beginner into DSLR photography.
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I just got my 7D last week. Sold my old xs with kit lens for $350 then used my girlfriends old broken point and shoot to send in.
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Sorry to keep bumping this thread but is this sd card good for the money or I can find a cheaper and same capacity for cheaper?
Edit: Forgot link.


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Sorry to keep bumping this thread but is this sd card good for the money or I can find a cheaper and same capacity for cheaper?
Edit: Forgot link.
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Yea, that is a very good card, but you can save $10 buy getting a PNY one. Though I prefer Sandisk cards b/c my class 4 performs better than many class 10 sd cards lol.
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I've looked into this thread and I'm interested in getting the Canon XS because it's the cheapest.

The first post lists it for $320, is that before or after the price reduction? Because on Canon's website lists the Canon XS for $350 (not $320).

Also, does the CLP accept ANY canon camera? I'm looking on eBay and I'm finding cameras that are not working for around $15.

Also, does the CLP ship the refurb camera to you first, or do you have to ship them your non-working camera first?
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Yes, the CLP will accept broken digital cameras. That's what I did to get my 7D.

CLP ships you your camera first and gives you a shipping label to send your non-working camera back to them. If you don't send it in within a certain amount of time, they can adjust the price.
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Wow, no wonder everyone is raving about this deal. So I could buy a broken camera off eBay for $15 and then end up getting $64 (if I buy the Canon Rebel XS) off.

And that brings up another point, no matter what camera you trade in you get 20% off the refurb price posted in the OP?
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