Dealhacker: Canon EOS M10 With 15-45mm Lens For $300

It’s not often you get the opportunity to pick up a decent Canon camera for almost 50 per cent off, let alone a lens as well. For today only however, for $300 you can own a Canon EOS M10 with 15-45mm lens, a huge saving on its $549.95 RRP.

The EOS M10 is a solid shooter and if you splurge on an adaptor, it can take Canon EF and EF-S lenses just fine.

The $300 price tag — or more accurately, $299.91 — requires some effort to wrangle.

First of all, you’ll need to purchase it from Ted’s Cameras’ eBay store, using the discount code CTE20. This will drop the price down to $439.96.

To get another $150 off, hit up Canon’s cashback offer. While you won’t get this money right away, it basically brings the cost to $289.96.

Finally, delivery is $9.95 Australia-wide, for a total of $299.91. You can potentially subsidise that using Cashrewards, as OzBargain’s jc89 points out. This shaves off 1.25 per cent, or about $6.

So, there’s a bit to the deal, but nothing that should stop you grabbing the camera if you’re keen. Keep in mind the eBay discount code is only valid for today (July 24), so it’s really now or never.

Canon EOS M10 + 15-45mm [eBay, via OzBargain]

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