Canon Digital SLR Camera Kit - EOS 450D with EF-S 18-55 IS Lens - HotUKDeals
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The new Canon EOS 450D kit with the new EF-S 18-55 IS Lens, available as pre-order at great price of £529 + £3.95 delivery. This deal is a pre-order and the camera is expected in March.
In my opinion an excellent camera and price. 2% quidco.

The states:
Due to arrive with us in March 2008 directly from Canon UK. Please note this is a presale only item at this time and you will NOT be charged until the item is with us and ready to dispatch to you.

The EOS 450D blends uncompromising performance with ease of use in a lightweight, ergonomic body. Capture your world with a 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and the very latest Canon technologies.

Features
12.2 MP CMOS sensor
3.5fps
9-point wide-area AF
EOS Integrated Cleaning System
3.0 LCD with Live View mode
DIGIC III processor
Large, bright viewfinder
Total image control
Compact and lightweight
Compatible with EF/EF-S lenses and EX Speedlites

Lets play.

12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
The 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor gives you plenty of detail for poster-size prints and extra flexibility when cropping. Sensitive in low light and virtually noise-free, Canons CMOS sensors are also remarkably power-efficient.

3.5 fps shooting
The EOS 450D captures up to 3.5 frames per second for a continuous burst of up to 53 large JPEG images (6 in RAW).

9-point wide-area AF
The 9 AF points are spread out across the frame to better accommodate off-centre subjects. The central AF point is a high sensitivity cross type sensor for quick, accurate focusing with f/2.8 and faster lenses.

EOS Integrated Cleaning System
Canons built-in dust prevention system uses three methods to keep images blemish-free. (1) Specialised materials reduce dust generation within the camera. (2) A Self-Cleaning Sensor Unit shakes dust from the sensor each time the camera is turned on or off. (3) Stubborn dust spots are mapped for easy removal in Digital Photo Professional.

3.0 LCD with Live View mode
The bright 3.0 LCD provides sharp definition for checking focus and composition, with 10x magnification for finer details. When shooting from awkward positions, Live View mode gives you the option of framing the image from the LCD, and a choice of focussing modes.

DIGIC III processor
Renowned for its white balance accuracy, DIGIC III renders colours with brilliant, true-to-life precision. Captured images are processed in 14-bit colour depth for finer tonal gradations. DIGIC III works efficiently to minimise power consumption while maintaining ultra-fast response times.

Large, bright viewfinder
A large viewfinder gives a bright and clear view for easy composition of the scene.

Total image control
Gain easy control over image processing parameters with Picture Style presets. Contrast, sharpness and saturation can be customized in-camera or through the supplied Picture Style Editor software. After the shoot, Canons RAW processing software Digital Photo Professional provides everything you need to manage and process your RAW images.

Compact and lightweight
Ergonomically designed for natural and intuitive handling, the EOS 450 is housed in a compact body that weighs in at just 475 grams.

EF lenses and accessories
The EOS 450D is compatible with over 60 EF/EF-S lenses and all EX Series Speedlite flash units.

See reviews:
http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Canon_EOS_450D_Digital_Rebel_XSi/verdict.shtml

http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Canon_EOS_450D_Digital_Rebel_XSi/
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#1
correction 2% quidco cashback (not a lot but every penny counts).
#2
Thats not a bad price for what looks like it should be a pretty hot camera.

I'll vote hot even though I cant afford one...
#3
Good spot, particularly as I have been tempted to upgrade my 350D, I didn't realise there was a 450D coming out so I'll hang around and see if someone can spot the cheapest 450D body...
#4
the cheapest body only is still 7dayshop @ £449

from [url]www.camerapricebuster.co.uk[/url]

Although there may be some deals around when if eventally comes out.
#5
designaw;1616624
Good spot, particularly as I have been tempted to upgrade my 350D, I didn't realise there was a 450D coming out so I'll hang around and see if someone can spot the cheapest 450D body...


presumably its the same 18 55 lens that came with the 400, if so its **** so you have right idea by going for the body only.....seems quite alot tho...is it that much better than the 400 given the price difference
#6
royals
presumably its the same 18 55 lens that came with the 400, if so its **** so you have right idea by going for the body only.....seems quite alot tho...is it that much better than the 400 given the price difference


The 18-55 that comes with this kit is the new one with IS (Image Stabilization) which is a whole different beast. Construction wise it is similar but it is so much better optically leading to better image quality. There are a number of reviews and comparisons out there.
For the £80 increase I would say it is worth it, the cheapest I have seen the lens for is £109, though I picked up a copy in the US for about £90 :thumbsup:
#8
£532.95 at Amazon, I'd much rather spend a bit more to get it from Amazon, there are some shocking reviews of 7dayshop. And of course you're protected against price drops for 30days.
#9
plopster
The 18-55 that comes with this kit is the new one with IS (Image Stabilization) which is a whole different beast. Construction wise it is similar but it is so much better optically leading to better image quality. There are a number of reviews and comparisons out there.
For the £80 increase I would say it is worth it, the cheapest I have seen the lens for is £109, though I picked up a copy in the US for about £90 :thumbsup:


Are you sure it's the one with image stabilisation? It doesn't say that on the site - and they are a hell of a lot more expensive than the standard lens which is what this one is most likely to be...
#10

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