Canon 1000D DSLR with 18-55mm Lens Kit £282.85 @ Tesco (cheaper with quidco) - HotUKDeals
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The Canon 1000D is available at Tesco Direct for £282.85.
Seems to be the cheapest out there at the moment.

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#1
thats awesome best else where is £329
#2
Not sure if the £30 cash back from Canon is still available as well. Great find. Heat added,
#3
Naa the £30 cashback ended on the 12th January Unfortunately :(, but if it is this price its HOT
#4
hot deal.
#5
Thought it would get some more heat than this :D

Why voting cold????????????
#6
Shame about the Canon cashback being expired.
#7
very nice camera - the lens is worth 80quid on its own, you can probably sell them because plenty of older cameras didnt come with IS- not the cheapest it has been when cash back was around - the boots deal before christmas was mega - topcashback+paypal discount promotion+boots points+special offer on digital cameras+canon cashback = £230 , but this is still a good price.
#8
wish 450d around these prices :) but I am hoping for a lot then ha ha
#9
If you can afford a bit extra I would go for the 450D. The features that swung it for me over the 1000D were the 3" LCD and that fact it supports the RC-1 wireless release (costs £20), the 1000 only supports a wired release.
#10
I've got the 450d and it is quality but you cant go wrong at this price. The 450d is £180 more expensive. Heat added
#11
Good price currently but I paid £228 for mine on the Argos deal recently.
#12
its the best price u can get it. will be up 10%. all electronics is going up
#13
Would peeps recommend this over the Sony A-200 deal that's doing the rounds atm? That works out at £210 after the Sony cashback.
#14
sach1636
wish 450d around these prices :) but I am hoping for a lot then ha ha

i am sure it s comin ... and then will snap it like this HaHa :-D
#15
Bought this thursday and got it friday and its an awesome camera :D
#16
stormywhether
Would peeps recommend this over the Sony A-200 deal that's doing the rounds atm? That works out at £210 after the Sony cashback.


Its a better camera. The A200 has a poor kit lens and is markedly inferior at high ISO's to the Canon. There's lots of little things as well.
banned#17
Fantastic price anyone got any tesco voucher codes?
Don't forget this camera comes with a lens which costs £100 alone. Other deals may be without the lens!!
#18
Good camera but shame the best deals (and cashback) have gone. Before Christmas Argos listed for £299 (now showing over £340), less VAT saving, plus £10 voucher. By playing the Argos gift voucher trick and getting cashback mine ended up around £230.

I guess the fall in the pound is going to mean fewer deals in future.

I really don't think the 450D is worth the best part of £200 more.
#19
stormywhether
Would peeps recommend this over the Sony A-200 deal that's doing the rounds atm? That works out at £210 after the Sony cashback.

Canon (and Nikon) come out fairly consistently top of comparison tests and this one gives you access to an enormous range of Canon lenses. If you get hooked on DSLR you may change up from a beginner camera body but you'll still have the lenses.
#20
Great camera. Got one of these before christmas when Tescoes were doing them, and managed to get Jessops to price match it. Get one I'd say...
#21
Sproutey;4172341
Its a better camera. The A200 has a poor kit lens and is markedly inferior at high ISO's to the Canon. There's lots of little things as well.


400d vs a200:
http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Sony_Alpha_DSLR_A200/outdoor_results.shtml
"Apart from a difference in colour balance, the two DSLRs delivered remarkably similar results here when equipped with their kit lenses and default settings. There's arguably a little more foliage detail on the Sony crops, but it's certainly a very close-run thing and we'd be satisfied saying that in this particular test, both cameras essentially delivered the same amount of real-life detail."


The poor high ISO performance is simply the result of denoising, which you can completely turn off by using RAW. After all, it's the same sensor as the Nikons are using, so there really wasn't going to be much difference at all when image processing is removed from the equation.


There are supporters of all camera types now, but if you look at reviews the conclusion tends to be there's remarkably little difference nowadays. Canon/Nikons are stronger in some areas, the Sony in others. For example, A200 has the highest resolution:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sonydslra200/page30.asp


In camera stabilisation also means second hand Minolta lenses are nice and cheap, although that's probably less of an advantage now ebay prices have been driven up. Still, you can get extremely high quality 2nd hand lenses (beercan, 50mm prime, 28-135mm, etc) for relatively little compared to Canon/Nikon - at the end of the day that's probably the main reason to go Sony. If you're just going for the kit lens, this Canon is a better deal.
#22
Sony -Great for TV`s and stuff but think I`ll stick to Canon or Nikon for cameras thanks !

Voted HOT.
banned#23
Ive got the Sony a200. its great. the same top range f2.8 lens costs 1,500 and a cannon 4,500.
my brother got the cannon 40d pics are about the same quality. hes think of swapping to the Sony a900 as its cheaper than the 5d..
both the cannon and Sony have 3fps and the cannon 1000d ISO goes up to 1600 compared to the a200 3200.
Sony bought Minolta out and hence the entry to the SLR world.
#24
Sproutey
Its a better camera. The A200 has a poor kit lens and is markedly inferior at high ISO's to the Canon. There's lots of little things as well.


:?


A better phrasing may be .."for you its a better camera".

The Sony has image stabilisation, which the Canon does not have, and it also has a bigger screen. The Sony also works with many old Minolta lenses. Personally, I went for the Sony, and am truly delighted with the results. Both cameras are great, but the £75 saved would get you an extra lens with the Sony from ebay.

Google A200 vs 1000D, and you will see that many people have different opinions.
#25
Wires
Sony -Great for TV`s and stuff but think I`ll stick to Canon or Nikon for cameras thanks !

Voted HOT.


Seeing as Sony bought out Minolta... I think you are a little misguided.
And on a compact camera... I have always got better results with the Sony than a Nikon. Canon was a little better than Sony, but the price increase was always more than the image quality increase.
#26
It's only a 3x Optical Zoom - I mean WTF?:roll:
#27
*cobra*;4172961
It's only a 3x Optical Zoom - I mean WTF?:roll:


I think you need to research how zoom works on an SLR mate, that is what I had to do. Besides, a crop of the picture with this camera would be better image quality than most compacts non cropped.
#28
*cobra*;4172961
It's only a 3x Optical Zoom - I mean WTF?:roll:


Lol
Somehow I get the feeling that you'd be better off sticking to your compact :whistling: :-D
#29
Sproutey
Its a better camera. The A200 has a poor kit lens and is markedly inferior at high ISO's to the Canon. There's lots of little things as well.


I'll second that :thumbsup:

1000D @ ISO 800
#30
I'm looking to get an SLR camera but haven't got a clue what to get (can't afford much either), would you recommend this camera for a complete novice?
#31
traceykaren;4173657
I'm looking to get an SLR camera but haven't got a clue what to get (can't afford much either), would you recommend this camera for a complete novice?

Can definitely recommend this camera. Bought for my sons for Xmas and it is an awesome piece of kit for the price. You can put it on full auto setting till you feel comfortable experimenting with what it can do. The picture quality is amazing; I've been using Canons all my life and you'll never be disappointed.
#32
kingy58
Can definitely recommend this camera. Bought for my sons for Xmas and it is an awesome piece of kit for the price. You can put it on full auto setting till you feel comfortable experimenting with what it can do. The picture quality is amazing; I've been using Canons all my life and you'll never be disappointed.

Agree. It's a very good value way into an excellent 'system' and you can always upgrade the body later if you outgrow it. That said, got this one for my son at Christmas and it needs no apologies made for it as an entry level camera. I think you'll also find it's smaller and lighter than the Sony.
#33
smashed
:?


A better phrasing may be .."for you its a better camera".

The Sony has image stabilisation, which the Canon does not have, and it also has a bigger screen. The Sony also works with many old Minolta lenses. Personally, I went for the Sony, and am truly delighted with the results. Both cameras are great, but the £75 saved would get you an extra lens with the Sony from ebay.

Google A200 vs 1000D, and you will see that many people have different opinions.

The Canon does have image stabilisation (in the kit lens).
#34
I'll hang off until the next money off promotion from Canon.
#35
who expired?
#36
gone back up in price now, now at £341.97

so it was an ok deal

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