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sorry to burst your bubble but CLP is now $563 plus tax for 50D ending at about $599. The CLP prices are determined with the refurb prices. CLP is really a good program. Shame most people don't take advantage.
Eh. Sucks for me, I guess.
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Eh. Sucks for me, I guess.
Until you get your camera

Great camera. Have fun with it.
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Call them and cancel your order if you want.

Personally, I wouldn't want to wait any longer, and I'd just enjoy the camera.
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There you go, get the 50D. Spend that 100 on glass. Glass is 10 times more important then the body on all bodies.
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Personally, I wouldn't want to wait any longer, and I'd just enjoy the camera.
I would also prefer not to wait any longer.
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I would say if you have a D7000/90 or above on nikon get glass (but not DX only stuff). And the same idea for canon. I just don't see it smart to get great 70-200 2.8s and 24-70 2.8s etc on a crappy Rebel Xs or whatever it is called. Same for a D3000. But that is just me, I want a body to grow into not fit already and grow out of.
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Depends on the situation and what you're shooting I suppose. A D3000 for instance would be just as good for things that you have time to setup like landscapes, and glass would be more beneficial than a body.

But yeah, I see both of our sides. All the glass I get from now on will be FF compatible, as my long term goal is to get the 5DmkII successor .
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I just don't see it smart to get great 70-200 2.8s and 24-70 2.8s etc on a crappy Rebel Xs or whatever it is called.
The XS is pretty capable, and I've seen quite a few people over on POTN flashing L glass on a 1000D/XS.
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I would say if you have a D7000/90 or above on nikon get glass (but not DX only stuff). And the same idea for canon. I just don't see it smart to get great 70-200 2.8s and 24-70 2.8s etc on a crappy Rebel Xs or whatever it is called. Same for a D3000. But that is just me, I want a body to grow into not fit already and grow out of.
I heavily disagree with the notion. The XS is a very capable camera. When we talk about camera bodies, honestly the lot of us are just nitpicking (unless you're comparing cropped to full frame, but that's a different story). IQ-wise, most cameras within the same sensor size family are very similar.

Beyond that, quality glass + cheap body >> quality body + cheap glass, period. It doesn't matter if you've a 1D Mk IV. Stick a bad lens in front of it and your IQ will suffer immensely.
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But yeah, On the same size, Aside from mp and ISO performance (which can be conquered by better glass), the main difference are just features that don't impact IQ that much.



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