Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera Bodysearch

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera Body

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera Body

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just buy this on ebay used it will be way cheaper 1000-2000
I would wait until Cannon's EOS R is released this week. All there DSLR's will be dropping $500-$1000 by years end. The EOS R looks like a good competitor against Sony and it will accept the Canon glass with an adpator. Around $2000 is a reasonable price for there first mirrorless. Nikon seems to have missed there chance at their first attempt in the mirrorless market.
You know Nikon is coming out with the Z6 and Z7 right? Not sure how they've missed their chance.
Normal price about $3100. So this is somewhat of a deal. I can get it cheaper at a grey market Japanese or Hong Kong site. But then domestic warranty?
The wording on this drop claims one year Canon USA warranty, so it appears it must be through a valid Canon retailer.
Correct, it is coming from an authorized Canon distributor.
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I'd be more willing to believe that they are legit Canon DSLRs that did not make it past QC. I recall a while back there were a bunch of cheap computer components that were 'sourced' from the dumpsters outside of QC departments.
Were either of them bought from this website?

We have sold thousands of cameras and never encountered a fake one before.
2799 with canon grip
CPW currently matches the price and ships from an authorized reseller. Direct quote:

"The street price is $2999.99 on this item brand new from an authorized dealer with full Canon USA Warranty and free shipping."

Two months ago their price was 2799.99, and more recently they have offered free pack-ins "valued over $500 at retail" with 5D Mark IVs at the $3k price. Ultimately, I have to agree that this isn't a great deal ... it just matches what CPW have been offering for awhile now, which again is $200 higher than the lowest prices seen with this body so far this year (assuming full warranty and free shipping).

If you can wait, keep an eye on CPW and snipe deals. If you want to buy it now, buy via CPW and get a bulletproof USA warranty and free pack-ins. If you want to support Massdrop, buy via Massdrop.

EDIT: Having read the listing, Massdrop makes NO CLAIMS as to US Warranty coverage on this drop. "USA spec" likely only means that the battery charger fits US AC outlets. If you want warranty coverage, you already know how to get it if you've read this far.

EDIT2: Just to be as complete as possible, you can get this gray market for around $2500 and refurbed from Canon for around $2200 if you wait for deals. Just more options for those strapped for cash.
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Thank you very much. Appreciate it
$2,799 with canon grip
From my understanding, it is still considered grey market even if the warranty card says US and Canada if it is bought from unauthorized dealer. MD should not claim it has US warranty unless it will ship directly from the authorized vendor with receipt from them. Just my 2 cents
EDIT: Massdrop has resolved this, at least in my opinion. They will give you a receipt from the authorized dealer if and when you require warranty service, and if anything goes wrong they will reimburse you for any repairs. You can see the post below for Duncan from Massdrop's response to my questions.

This is a bad deal. First off, you will not be getting a USA warranty, as others have stated. Second off, this discount is miniscule. It's currently selling for $3299 on Amazon, with the warranty. Also, the D850 from Nikon is a much newer and better camera, and is the same price. You'll have to wait to get one, but this is just a minor discount on an outdated camera.
I share your preference for the D850--I have one!
D850 is no comparison. Most people considering this camera body most likely already have a few Canon lenses, and are otherwise invested in the Canon ecosystem. They would have to be willing to dump their lenses on the used market and buy new glass if they were to jump to the D850.
If you prefer Nikon over Canon, that is fine. I think Camera fanboy flamewars are silly. All that matters in the end is the image you capture, not how much you spent and with which brand.
USA Spec means nothing really in terms of warranty.. You don't get an authorized dealer receipt and Canon will not recognize it for warranty purposes without one. As stated by dradler, this will be considered Gray Market by Canon and you will be charged for any service should you need it. If you're willing to take that chance, it's a good price, but Canon will run these on special from Authorized dealers from time to time. Canon also offers refurbished models which come with a full warranty (when in stock).
So true--as if there was a "French Spec" and an "Icelandic Spec", etc...!
Grey market.
Watch out usually not the same warranty as USA
Means no Black and White shots--only grey and white!