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Old May 7th, 2015, 03:07 PM   #1
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Full Break Down of Canon Cinema EOS Financing Options

We've partnered with Canon to offer great rates on their cinema cameras and lenses including the C100mkII and C300 with its hot new price. It's a great time to take advantage of $0 down and 0% financing for 24 months as well as special 1.9% 36 month financing on all Cinema EOS products. These excellent rates are available only for a limited time so don't wait until they're gone!

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CAMERAS
EOS C100 Body Only $86/36 months or $125/24 months
EOS C100-DAF Body Only $101/36 months or $146/24 months
EOS C100mkII Body Only $158/36 months or $230/24 months
EOS C100mkII 18-135 Lens Kit $164/36 months or $238/24 months
EOS C100mkII 24-105 Lens Kit $172/36 months or $250/24 months
EOS C100mkII Atomos Ninja Kit $167/36 months or $242/24 months
EOS C100mkII Triple Lens Kit $287/36 months or $417/24 months
EOS C300-DAF Body Only $201/36 months or $292/24 months
EOS C300 PL Body Only $201/36 months or $292/24 months
EOS C300 24-70 Lens Kit $238/36 months or $346/24 months
EOS C300 Zacuto Recoil Kit $230/36 months or $334/24 months
EOS C500 EF or PL Body Only $459/36 months or $667/24 months
EOS C500 EF or PL Odyssey 7Q Kit $516/36 months or $751/24 months
EOS 1DC Body Only $230/36 months or $334/24 months

PRIME LENSES
14mm Cinema Prime Lens $136/36 months or $197/24 months
24mm Cinema Prime Lens $136/36 months or $197/24 months
35mm Cinema Prime Lens $128/36 months or $186/24 months
50mm Cinema Prime Lens $128/36 months or $186/24 months
85mm Cinema Prime Lens $128/36 months or $186/24 months
135mm Cinema Prime Lens $128/36 months or $186/24 months


PRIME LENS KIT
3-Lens Cinema Prime Kit $365/36 months or $531/24 months
4-Lens Cinema Prime Kit $480/36 months or $698/24 months
5-Lens Cinema Prime Kit $582/36 months or $846/24 months
6-Lens Cinema Prime Kit $695/36 months or $1011/24 months


ZOOM LENSES
15.5-47mm Cinema Zoom Lens $553/36 months or $804/24 months
30-105mm Cinema Zoom Lens $553/36 months or $804/24 months
14.5-60mm Cinema Zoom Lens $1,082/36 months or $1574/24 months
30-300mm Cinema Zoom Lens $1,136/36 months or $1653/24 months

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Old May 8th, 2015, 03:13 AM   #2
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That's a great list Eric. If I wasn't over here in the UK I'd take the lot.

But seriously, you mention the C300 with it's 'hot new price', well that just happens to be the camera I'm intending to sell to help finance the C300 MK 2 and Canon have just decimated any residual value by reducing it's price to a bargain shop level. I presume that they are intending to get rid of their stock before it's EOL.

It would be great if Canon rewarded it's Cinema Eos customers with an upgrade path, keep them in the fold, make them feel valued rather than basing their new pricing structure on a car sales model, drive a new car out of the dealership and see it's value drop by 30%. Because after all many of the features in the C300 Mk 2 have come directly from the suggestions of existing customers.
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Old May 8th, 2015, 10:31 AM   #3
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Mark- Every indication I'm getting is the C300 is not going away anytime soon (we've moved a lot since the price drop) and will remain a part of the line up. As for your suggestion for an "upgrade path", it has already been suggested and passed up the line...but, personally, I don't expect that to happen.....but one never knows....

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Old May 8th, 2015, 12:13 PM   #4
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Mark, i completely understand. We had a several customers in the same boat who took a hit when they went to unload their C300 due to the price change. It is frustrating as an existing C300 owner. For folks who are in the market for a new cinema camera the C300, with the new price, is now an appealing and competitive option. As Jim mentioned the C300 will stick around for a while as it still has an extremely strong reputation in the commercial and doc world where 4K and high FPS might not be as essential. The C500 on the other hand is not long for this world. Thanks for your feedback Mark.

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Old May 9th, 2015, 01:08 AM   #5
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Mark- Every indication I'm getting is the C300 is not going away anytime soon (we've moved a lot since the price drop) and will remain a part of the line up. As for your suggestion for an "upgrade path", it has already been suggested and passed up the line...but, personally, I don't expect that to happen.....but one never knows....
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I agree with you that an upgrade path is unlikely.

The residual value that I calculate is left in my camera, let's realistically say 25% ( rather than 40-50% had Canon not reduced the price) will certainly help with the purchase of the C300 Mark 2 but it's more that in business terms I need to write the cost off totally over say a three year period and look at it as a fixed cost.

It's also fair to say that had the C300 Mark 2 not been announced I wouldn't have been looking for a replacement for the C300 as it is still a superb and very flexible camera package and should I choose to keep it rather than upgrading I would gain value from the spread investment and I'm sure rental houses will have done well from this very successful camera.
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I agree with you that an upgrade path is unlikely.

The residual value that I calculate is left in my camera, let's realistically say 25% ( rather than 40-50% had Canon not reduced the price) will certainly help with the purchase of the C300 Mark 2 but it's more that in business terms I need to write the cost off totally over say a three year period and look at it as a fixed cost.
In my opinion today's economics in camera ownership suggest that you need to have a ROI of about 18 months to justify camera ownership. If I can't pay for a camera in 18 months (and absolutely no more than 24) then I rent. This assumes you are buying at the beginning of its life cycle. The Sony F3 I bought paid for itself in 13 months. Today it makes me sad to see such a nice camera selling used for the $3-4k range but I'm happy that mine was a good investment.

I looked hard at a C300 but I couldn't get comfortable with a ROI that would likely be more than 24 months due to the cameras initial cost. I do wish Canon would be more competitive in that area. History suggests that is not going to happen and why I'll continue to rent the few times a year that the client insists on using Canon.
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In my opinion today's economics in camera ownership suggest that you need to have a ROI of about 18 months to justify camera ownership. If I can't pay for a camera in 18 months (and absolutely no more than 24) then I rent. This assumes you are buying at the beginning of its life cycle...
I couldn't agree more - but I do think it's been true for decades, not just in the current economy.

Perhaps in the past we talked more about "make it pay off in 18 months because then you'll need something new". Sharpen that pencil, look at the work, charge for the equipment you own, and consider the benefits of owning vs. renting over time.

OTOH, I'm using some of the same mics and lights, grip, camera support, etc. I was using 20 years ago.

The cameras change, the business not so much.
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and, the rentals here in town have not slowed down on the C300.....same opening quote as it has been since the camera came out. We have had calls asking if we are going to lower the rental price because the retail price dropped but no, we can't keep them in stock and it appears that everyone else in town is holding the line too.

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and, the rentals here in town have not slowed down on the C300.....same opening quote as it has been since the camera came out. We have had calls asking if we are going to lower the rental price because the retail price dropped but no, we can't keep them in stock and it appears that everyone else in town is holding the line too.

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Yes - I'm renting our C300 out for 10 days next month but the situation will change in September or whenever it is that the Mark 2 is released. I mean who wouldn't want to rent out a brand new version of the C300?
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