The Canon 80Ds are a premium camera, priced at $3,799 and up.
That’s a lot of money for the Canon 5D Mark II, which costs $3.99.
Canon’s 70D is the most expensive DSLR, at $4,299.
The Canon 70D and 70D Plus, the top-of-the-line 70D models, both start at $5,999.
The 75D is priced at around $6,000.
And that’s just the Canon 60D, which is a premium mirrorless camera.
That means the 80Ds’ premium pricing could be more than twice what the cameras themselves cost, which isn’t that surprising.
But this is the camera market, where Canon is making an all-in-one offering that it hasn’t been able to sell since the 80D.
And when it’s at the top of the market, that can make all the difference.
Read more Canon’s new Canon 80-200mm f/4L IS USM is a camera that’s only available in the US and Canada.
And while the Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS IIUSM is the best value on the market right now, the 80-series has a price advantage.
Canon says the 80F is the world’s best value, and it’s hard to disagree.
At $3 million, the Canon 80F might be the best Canon camera, but the 80s will never be the same.
If you want to buy a Canon 80, you’ll have to shell out a little more than the 75D.
But if you’re willing to spend a little bit more, you could buy the 80E, which offers a bigger sensor, better image stabilization, and a faster autofocus system.
That will get you a better-than-average performance for around $3K.
Read on to find out what the 80mm f-1.8 IS is all about, and how it compares to the Canon 85mm f4L.