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There are about 50 used (but mint condition) 600D DSLRs for sale on MPB Photographic currently, great DSLR that shoots HD video. You can get an 18-55mm lens for £34 at the moment too.
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#1
I do worry about the quality of their cameras as they list a 40D as Exc- & then in the description say it is spares or repairs as it does not work
#2
corred1964
I do worry about the quality of their cameras as they list a 40D as Exc- & then in the description say it is spares or repairs as it does not work

Sounds like it could have been mislabelled?
#3
For £329 you can get a refurb Canon eos600d with 18-55mm lens sold by canon outlet on ebay with a 12 month warranty

Edited By: batemansxxxb on Jun 29, 2014 00:01
#4
I bought a very cheap Nex 5 last year "as is" with no auto focus and was told I could return under distance selling regs if not happy.
Camera as described - still going strong with legacy lenses.

Edited By: zzzz on Jun 29, 2014 11:29
#5
ndg89
There are about 50 used (but mint condition) 600D DSLRs for sale on MPB Photographic currently, great DSLR that shoots HD video. You can get an 18-55mm lens for £34 at the moment too.

Or get the 50mm 1.8 for £80, make a great starter kit!
1 Like #6
I got a brand new one for £330 from http://www.Hangsun.co.uk last week after missing out on the canon refurb one. It says a 2 year guarantee and came with the IS 18-55mm lens. Very quick delivery and it came in an Amazon box. Seal was slightly loose but it was a brand new camera. Very happy with the purchase.
#7
I bought an Eos 1D MkII a couple of years ago from them (for a 1D it was cheap at £500) - camera was boxed and mint, some accessories had never been opened!

I would use them again when it comes to updating
2 Likes #8
**** i just bought a 600d mind you I am spending more on lens than on the camera. I would recommend the Canon EF-S 18-55 STM IS Lens for the 600d, the STM model is pretty much silent so no lens focus noise on the inbuilt mic when recording videos. Got mine new white box off ebay for £85 from a seller with a good rep. But have seen them cheaper one word of caution do not mix up the Canon EF-S with the Canon EF-M lens as they will not fit the EOS range.

If you want to move to the canon M series camera or just get one there are adapters for EF-S to EF-M mirrorless cameras not EF-M to EF-S

Also I would recommend get the Duracell DR9945 Replacement Digital Camera Battery For Canon LP-E8 Camera, DO NOT confuse them with the LP-E5 ones they look very similar and are abit cheaper. Again a word of caution Ex-Pro® LP-E8 does not work with duracell replacement cells.

MyMemory Store have an offer on at the moment buy one and get one at 5% off. translates to saving 58p on 2 batteries. If you buy 4 you only save 60p so better to do 2 seperate buys. I did:D no affiliation just a happy customer

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Duracell-DR9945-Replacement-Digital-Camera-Battery-For-Canon-LP-E8-Camera-/291159981952?pt=UK_Camera_Batteries&hash=item43ca7cbf80

Also get an SDHC card with at least 25mb/s, benchmarked mine at 22.1mb/s RAW video file with magic lantern. The bog standard Transend class 10 i had choked after just afew shots on continous shooting dropping to 1 shot a second, while the SanDisk 16GB Extreme U1 and the SanDisk 16GB Extreme C10 cards worked well maintaining 3 shots a second, but i will be buying 32gb soon as the 16gb fill up quicking when you use RAW and JPEG.

hope this helps someone

Oh and if you want a decent external flash Yongnuo offer good value check youtube for vids on them.





Edited By: ian30 on Jul 01, 2014 21:49: added warning
#9
ian30
**** i just bought a 600d mind you I am spending more on lens than on the camera. I would recommend the Canon EF-S 18-55 STM IS Lens for the 600d, the STM model is pretty much silent so no lens focus noise on the inbuilt mic when recording videos. Got mine new white box off ebay for £85 from a seller with a good rep. But have seen them cheaper one word of caution do not mix up the Canon EF-S with the Canon EF-M lens as they will not fit the EOS range.

Also get the Duracell DR9945 Replacement Digital Camera Battery For Canon LP-E8 Camera, DO NOT confuse them with the LP-E5 ones they look very similar and are abit cheaper

MyMemory Store have an offer on at the moment buy one and get one at 5% off. translates to saving 58p on 2 batteries. If you buy 4 you only save 60p so better to do 2 seperate buys. I did:D no affiliation just a happy customer

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Duracell-DR9945-Replacement-Digital-Camera-Battery-For-Canon-LP-E8-Camera-/291159981952?pt=UK_Camera_Batteries&hash=item43ca7cbf80

Also get an SDHC card with at least 25mb/s, benchmarked mine at 22.1mb/s RAW video file with magic lantern. The bog standard Transend class 10 i had choked after just afew shots on continous shooting dropping to 1 shot a second, while the SanDisk 16GB Extreme U1 and the SanDisk 16GB Extreme C10 cards worked well maintaining 3 shots a second, but i will be buying 32gb soon as the 16gb fill up quicking when you use RAW and JPEG.

hope this helps someone

I have a duracell. imo doesn't last very long when it gives low power warning ( just in case anyone has a great photo opportunity and risks running the duracell a little longer and then "Awwwww! :( " )
#10
Meathotukdeals
ian30
**** i just bought a 600d mind you I am spending more on lens than on the camera. I would recommend the Canon EF-S 18-55 STM IS Lens for the 600d, the STM model is pretty much silent so no lens focus noise on the inbuilt mic when recording videos. Got mine new white box off ebay for £85 from a seller with a good rep. But have seen them cheaper one word of caution do not mix up the Canon EF-S with the Canon EF-M lens as they will not fit the EOS range.

Also get the Duracell DR9945 Replacement Digital Camera Battery For Canon LP-E8 Camera, DO NOT confuse them with the LP-E5 ones they look very similar and are abit cheaper

MyMemory Store have an offer on at the moment buy one and get one at 5% off. translates to saving 58p on 2 batteries. If you buy 4 you only save 60p so better to do 2 seperate buys. I did:D no affiliation just a happy customer

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Duracell-DR9945-Replacement-Digital-Camera-Battery-For-Canon-LP-E8-Camera-/291159981952?pt=UK_Camera_Batteries&hash=item43ca7cbf80

Also get an SDHC card with at least 25mb/s, benchmarked mine at 22.1mb/s RAW video file with magic lantern. The bog standard Transend class 10 i had choked after just afew shots on continous shooting dropping to 1 shot a second, while the SanDisk 16GB Extreme U1 and the SanDisk 16GB Extreme C10 cards worked well maintaining 3 shots a second, but i will be buying 32gb soon as the 16gb fill up quicking when you use RAW and JPEG.

hope this helps someone

I have a duracell. imo doesn't last very long when it gives low power warning ( just in case anyone has a great photo opportunity and risks running the duracell a little longer and then "Awwwww! :( " )

I use a vertical battery grip holds 2 LP-E8 batteries or 6 x AA works well and it does vastly improve my cack-handed grip I moved from the Canon PRO1 to the 600D dramatic improvement in terms of picture quality, mostly due to lens and also a massive learning curve. I have signed up for evening classes in DSLR at my local college and DSLR for Dummies.

And if you want to get a grip check them out carefully some cause battery drains reportedly

Edited By: ian30 on Jul 01, 2014 21:59
#11
2003bluecat
ndg89
There are about 50 used (but mint condition) 600D DSLRs for sale on MPB Photographic currently, great DSLR that shoots HD video. You can get an 18-55mm lens for £34 at the moment too.

Or get the 50mm 1.8 for £80, make a great starter kit!

You cant just have a 50mm lens though. Not good for group photos
#12
https://uk.webuy.com/product.php?sku=SDIGCAN600D1855ISIII#.U7MwOaPTUb0
Grade a for £285 with 18-55 lens
You can have it transfered to your local store with no obligation to buy.
#13
Lens sofar
Canon EF-S 18-55 IS Lens II came with the camera
Canon EF-S 18-55 STM IS Lens £87.99
Canon EF 40mm f/2.8 STM Pancake Prime Lens F2.8 £91.00
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens £69.00

on my wish list
Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM around the £200
#14
ian30
Meathotukdeals
ian30
**** i just bought a 600d mind you I am spending more on lens than on the camera. I would recommend the Canon EF-S 18-55 STM IS Lens for the 600d, the STM model is pretty much silent so no lens focus noise on the inbuilt mic when recording videos. Got mine new white box off ebay for £85 from a seller with a good rep. But have seen them cheaper one word of caution do not mix up the Canon EF-S with the Canon EF-M lens as they will not fit the EOS range.

Also get the Duracell DR9945 Replacement Digital Camera Battery For Canon LP-E8 Camera, DO NOT confuse them with the LP-E5 ones they look very similar and are abit cheaper

MyMemory Store have an offer on at the moment buy one and get one at 5% off. translates to saving 58p on 2 batteries. If you buy 4 you only save 60p so better to do 2 seperate buys. I did:D no affiliation just a happy customer

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Duracell-DR9945-Replacement-Digital-Camera-Battery-For-Canon-LP-E8-Camera-/291159981952?pt=UK_Camera_Batteries&hash=item43ca7cbf80

Also get an SDHC card with at least 25mb/s, benchmarked mine at 22.1mb/s RAW video file with magic lantern. The bog standard Transend class 10 i had choked after just afew shots on continous shooting dropping to 1 shot a second, while the SanDisk 16GB Extreme U1 and the SanDisk 16GB Extreme C10 cards worked well maintaining 3 shots a second, but i will be buying 32gb soon as the 16gb fill up quicking when you use RAW and JPEG.

hope this helps someone

I have a duracell. imo doesn't last very long when it gives low power warning ( just in case anyone has a great photo opportunity and risks running the duracell a little longer and then "Awwwww! :( " )

I use a vertical battery grip holds 2 LP-E8 batteries or 6 x AA works well and it does vastly improve my cack-handed grip I moved from the Canon PRO1 to the 600D dramatic improvement in terms of picture quality, mostly due to lens and also a massive learning curve. I have signed up for evening classes in DSLR at my local college and DSLR for Dummies.

And if you want to get a grip check them out carefully some cause battery drains reportedly

I only use at home so I normally have 2 bodies and 3 batteries available with recharging 'on site'. Plus try to avoid complexities :)
#15
montana78
2003bluecat
ndg89
There are about 50 used (but mint condition) 600D DSLRs for sale on MPB Photographic currently, great DSLR that shoots HD video. You can get an 18-55mm lens for £34 at the moment too.

Or get the 50mm 1.8 for £80, make a great starter kit!

You cant just have a 50mm lens though. Not good for group photos

Depends on the use. Either way the 50mm is a great value lens so with this value camera it would be a good kit. Although an 18-55 would help a starter get an idea of what focal length is more useful to them.
#16
2003bluecat
montana78
2003bluecat
ndg89
There are about 50 used (but mint condition) 600D DSLRs for sale on MPB Photographic currently, great DSLR that shoots HD video. You can get an 18-55mm lens for £34 at the moment too.

Or get the 50mm 1.8 for £80, make a great starter kit!

You cant just have a 50mm lens though. Not good for group photos

Depends on the use. Either way the 50mm is a great value lens so with this value camera it would be a good kit. Although an 18-55 would help a starter get an idea of what focal length is more useful to them.

indeed. I love my 50mm lens. I also have the 18-55 ISII & 70-300mm lens in the bag. I just need a fisheye lens for a good price
#17
montana78
2003bluecat
montana78
2003bluecat
ndg89
There are about 50 used (but mint condition) 600D DSLRs for sale on MPB Photographic currently, great DSLR that shoots HD video. You can get an 18-55mm lens for £34 at the moment too.

Or get the 50mm 1.8 for £80, make a great starter kit!

You cant just have a 50mm lens though. Not good for group photos

Depends on the use. Either way the 50mm is a great value lens so with this value camera it would be a good kit. Although an 18-55 would help a starter get an idea of what focal length is more useful to them.

indeed. I love my 50mm lens. I also have the 18-55 ISII & 70-300mm lens in the bag. I just need a fisheye lens for a good price

Good luck with that (_;)
#18
cloudshine
I got a brand new one for £330 from http://www.Hangsun.co.uk last week after missing out on the canon refurb one. It says a 2 year guarantee and came with the IS 18-55mm lens. Very quick delivery and it came in an Amazon box. Seal was slightly loose but it was a brand new camera. Very happy with the purchase.


Thanks a lot for the info cloudshine! just got mine last week from them as well, new, quick delivery on Amazon box, very pleased :)

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