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Canon from Best Buy is the perfect gift

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.

Capturing memories is so important. Whether you are at School Holiday Concerts, decorating the house, baking or opening gifts, those are moments to treasure. Kids grow so fast, and I love looking back over photos from years past. I love remembering little things that I’d forgotten. I love reliving the memories of my preschool-aged daughter smooshing her infant brother in front of the tree, the holiday firefighter visit in which they allowed my tiny girl to wear some of the gear, which she swam in, the many visits to Santa where you can see the progression from smiles to scared tears. I enjoy those trips down memory lane.

I love today’s technology. Back in the day, before digital cameras, I did not have the best history with getting film developed. The instant gratification of digital is wonderful.

Canon Holiday Image

Canon Holiday Image 2

I have always loved Canon, and found them to be a brand that I can trust. I’m not going to lie, if Santa wanted to leave me a Canon EOS Rebel T5i, I would be over the moon! I am crazy about that DSLR.
It’s easy to use, and it has amazingly high quality photos.

From Best Buy-
• Capture Hollywood caliber full HD video
• Continuous autofocus while taking HD video
• Features an 18.0-megapixel CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 5 image processor to ensure vivid, crystal-clear images.
• The 3″ vari-angle touch screen simplifies navigation.

This #HintingSeason I’m definitely asking for the Canon EOS Rebel T5i.

#CanonatBestBuy makes Best Buy a one stop store for all your holiday shopping.

Save $150 on the Canon EOS Rebel T5i at Best Buy*. Visit Best Buy to learn more. *offer valid 12/7-12/20

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