View Full Version : Canon XC10 Available Financing Through Canon Financial


Eric C. Petrie
June 24th, 2015, 05:32 PM
With the Canon XC10 release approaching quickly, keep in mind Canon's financing options through Canon Financial Services. With the XC10's small size, Canon cinema EOS standard look, Canon log, and many other features, this camera can fill several roles and perform well as a B or C camera, a car camera, and excel at drone work. The XC10 is priced at $2499 and includes a free 64gb Sandisk CFast card. It's also not too late to click the link below and contact us to be placed on our free pre-order list to be notified when it becomes available.

Professional Video Equipment Sales | Portland, OR (http://store.provideoandtape.com/canon-xc10-pre-order-final-price-2499-upon-shipment)

-Canon Financial monthly payment options-

- $144/month for 24 months
- $77/month for 36 months
- $64/month for 48 months


Eric Petrie
Professional Video
epetrie@provideoandtape.com
503-598-9142
Finance the Canon C100mkII for $158 a month, $0 down
Finance the Sony FS7 for $248 a month, $0 down

Don Palomaki
June 25th, 2015, 06:20 AM
Strange pricing for 24 months. At the above listed options:
Cash - $2496
24 months - $3456
36 months - $2772
48 months - $3072

Eric C. Petrie
June 29th, 2015, 02:22 PM
Oops! You're totally correct. the 24 month option is supposed to be $114 a month. Which would work out to $2736 total. Thanks for catching that.

Mark Dobson
June 30th, 2015, 01:30 AM
Nice little camera Eric but to avoid disappointment I feel you need to explain to your customers that XF-AVC is not yet supported by most of the major NLE's including FCPX and Premiere Pro.

XC10 - Canon UK (http://www.canon.co.uk/support/consumer_products/products/digital_cinema/digital_cinema_camera/xc10.aspx?type=faq&faqdetailid=tcm:14-1269683)

Wacharapong Chiowanich
June 30th, 2015, 06:12 AM
That "to be tested" would have many would be buyers worried. Hope it won't be as long as it took FCPX, for instance, to make Sony's XAVC-L directly ingestible .

Don Palomaki
July 1st, 2015, 07:00 AM
Edius Pro/Workgroup v8, just released, says it supports Canon XF-AVC