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Rarely do we focus an entire roundup on a single brand — but then again, rarely does one company release five amazing Editor's Choice deals on the same day. But the folks at Canon are proving our belief that factory-refurbished electronics provide some of the best deals around, with digital camera sales to fit any budget. All of these models come with a 1-year warranty from Canon itself, and as we've mentioned before, the manufacturer is one of the most reliable brands out there for refurbished goods.
Not a fan of refurbs? Check out all our best digital camera deals for more options.
Is It Worth It?: The most affordable of these current deals, the PowerShot is a point-and-shoot camera that is perfect for casual photographers and on-the-go shots. It's currently available for $60 under the lowest total price we could find for a new unit, which is one of the least expensive PowerShot cameras we've ever seen.
It features a 2.7" LCD, 28mm wide-angle 5x optical zoom lens, optical image stabilization, 720p video recording, SDXC card slot, and USB. A 1-year Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: With a larger LCD screen and a higher 1080p video resolution, the ELPH is a good choice for those looking to do more video recording. At $60, it's the lowest total price we've seen for this camera, and $189 below the best price we could find for a new one.
The camera also features a 5x optical zoom, optical image stabilization, SD card slot, mini HDMI output, and USB connectivity. It's available in silver, red, and blue. A 1-year Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: The most affordable of the refurbished DSLRs this week, the EOS Rebel T3 is a great choice for a more advanced photographer. It's $36 under our March mention of this refurb bundle and $47 under the cost of a new one, which is the lowest total price we've seen.
The camera features a 2.7" vari-angle LCD, 720p HD video recording, 3 fps continuous shooting, SDXC card slot, and USB. It's available in black and metallic grey. A 1-year Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: For just a wee bit more than the T3, you'll get Canon's trusty T3i model, which continues to fare well with budding photographers. This price is $48 under our April mention and the lowest total price we've seen. (It's $114 less than the best deal we could find for a new one.)
Compared to the T3, this camera features a larger 3" LCD screen, higher 3.7 fps rate with continuous shooting, higher resolution 1080p video, and mini HDMI output. It also has an SDHC/MMC card slot, and USB. A 1-year Canon warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: This camera has all the bells and whistles at a price that's $23 less than the lowest price we've seen for a new unit. However, please note that this deal does not come with a lens. It can be purchased with a Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens for $449.99 total, which comes out to $68 dollars less than the lowest price for a new one.
Both models feature a 3" touchscreen LCD, 9-point auto focus system, 1080p video recording at 30 fps, SDXC card slot (it also supports WiFi SD cards), USB, and a 1-year Canon warranty.