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TheSource.ca: Canon Accessory Kit with Bag and Battery for the T2i, T3i and T4i $69.99 (Save $30)

TheSource.ca: Canon Accessory Kit with Bag $70
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If you already have a digital SLR, mainly a Canon T2i, T3i or newer T4i and are looking to invest in a spare battery, chances are you know how much a first-party offering from Canon can be. Right now, though, TheSource.ca has a decent deal on a Canon Accessory Kit which includes a bag and a battery for $69.99. Normally, this kit would cost you around $100, so getting it for $30 off isn't too bad -- especially if you plan on travelling with your digital SLR.

Though digital SLR batteries do last quite a bit, it's very risky to travel with only one battery. Turning the camera on and off, leaving it in stand-by and shooting in various modes can drain power pretty quickly and you never want to be left with a great camera but a dead battery. Sure, $70 might seem like a lot to put into a battery and a bag but, if you're going to buy these accessories anyway, might as well save a bundle in purchasing them together.

The deal is live now but quantities are limited. The promotional price ends on November 30. If for some reason the link above does not point you to the correct product page, you can find it by ending the code: 8005610.

Thanks to eladmk for sharing this one with us!

Source: eladmk via the Hot Deals Forum

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    • eladmk
    • No prob. Thx for the link. That gives people a choice between genuine oem or 3rd party batteries its hard to resist the 3rd party one because it just cost 10% of the original.
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    • Duuuuude
    • No prob. Thx for the link. That gives people a choice between genuine oem or 3rd party batteries its hard to resist the 3rd party one because it just cost 10% of the original.
      No problem. I rotate through my 3 batteries (1 OEM, and 2 nonames) and the stock one lasts maybe just a tad longer than the no-names so that would be a plus. Along with a decent, small camera case as well, of course.
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    • Lovable
    • I too use that same battery from dealextreme, been working great for the last year.
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    • hseeng
    • Price drop at the source $59.99
      FS = $149 thus I successfully PM'ed TheSource for $51. Thanks OP. Mine does not have filter from FS.
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    • eladmk
    • Price drop at the source $59.99
      FS = $149 thus I successfully PM'ed TheSource for $51. Thanks OP. Mine does not have filter from FS.
      thanks for the update, 1st post updated. So no filter eh? Thats odd.
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    • hseeng
    • thanks for the update, 1st post updated. So no filter eh? Thats odd.
      Yup just checked the outside of the box writing basically states.

      Contents:
      1 bag
      1 battery

      The T1 kit comes with filter Link
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    • Slatkis
    • If someone is from montreal reserve yours at angrignon it comes to 51$ tax inc send me a msg im going to get mine and ill get you 15$ off soo it costs 51$ tx inc
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    • MackT
    • I've always been scared to use deal extreme batteries in my camera. Anyone had any negative experiences or is it all good?
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    • orangeteam
    • I use two of those DX batteries in a cheap grip I bought for my Canon. Triple possible damage! Works great though.
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    • Webhead
    • Sorry to hijack (I always appreciate your posts, eladmk) but I have 2 extra of these cheap batteries from DealExtreme that I have been using in my T2i for 2 years and they work great!

      http://dx.com/p/canon-lp-e8-compatib...non-550d-35588
      No problem. I rotate through my 3 batteries (1 OEM, and 2 nonames) and the stock one lasts maybe just a tad longer than the no-names so that would be a plus. Along with a decent, small camera case as well, of course.
      I too use that same battery from dealextreme, been working great for the last year.
      Never used Deal Extreme. How's the shipping time? Their service?
      Tempted to purchase a couple of these batteries for back-up.
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    • herbeapuce
    • Never used Deal Extreme. How's the shipping time? Their service?
      Tempted to purchase a couple of these batteries for back-up.

      I use them a lot. the shipping time is LLLLLOOOONNNNGGGGG, very long...
      even if you upgrade to their faster shipping ($$) that doesn't mean you will get if faster because sometimes you have to wait a lot before they fill your order.
      the service was always GREAT for me; On defective items, all I had to do is take a picture and show them with an explanation, I would get a new one in the mail...( in a month..)
      I bought some camera batteries from them and they were good for the price...
      iI like them a lot but still it's China...quality is so so sometimes
      good luck
      stef
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    • SterringX
    • I personally have 2 aftermaket batteries for my Canon 60D.
      And I don't know why, but they don't hold their charge.
      (Like if I let my camera unused for a certain amount of time, when I'll try to open it the battery will more than likely be near empty. While I never had this problem with the oem battery...)
      Maybe I was just unlucky tho.
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    • UsernameAlreadyTaken
    • Will this battery work with the t3? I'm a noob to cameras and accessories but might consider getting this for my girlfriend who has a t3. thanks in advance!
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    • xbrav
    • Will this battery work with the t3? I'm a noob to cameras and accessories but might consider getting this for my girlfriend who has a t3. thanks in advance!
      No, the T3 uses LP-E10 instead.
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    • pawcio
    • FutureShop price was $149.99. Successfully price matched it with The Source $59.99 price -10% off difference for final price of $50.99.

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