Canon EOS '450D 12.2 Megapixel' (**This is NOT the 40D or 400D**) Digital SLR Camera Kit - incl EF-S 18-55mm Lens Kit - £532.95 & Delivered FREE - Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Canon EOS 450D Digital SLR Camera Kit (incl EF-S 18-55mm IS f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens Kit. Best price about with lense.

12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
3.5 frames per second continuous shooting
9-point wide-area AF with f/2.8 cross-type centre point
EOS Integrated Cleaning System
3.0" LCD with Live View mode
14-bit processing and DIGIC III for enhanced speed and image quality
Large, bright viewfinder
Customisable Picture Style image processing options
Compact and lightweight body
Digital Photo Professional RAW processing software
Compatible with all Canon EF and EF-S lenses and Speedlite EX flash
12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
3.5 frames per second continuous shooting
9-point wide-area AF with f/2.8 cross-type centre point
EOS Integrated Cleaning System
3.0" LCD with Live View mode
14-bit processing and DIGIC III for enhanced speed and image quality
Large, bright viewfinder
Customisable Picture Style image processing options
Compact and lightweight body
Digital Photo Professional RAW processing software
Compatible with all Canon EF and EF-S lenses and Speedlite EX flash

Technical Details
12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor
3.5 frames per second continuous shooting
9-point wide-area AF with f/2.8 cross-type centre point
3.0" LCD with Live View mode
14-bit processing and DIGIC III
Digital Photo Professional RAW processing software
Compatible with all Canon EF and EF-S lenses and Speedlite EX flash
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#1
my guess is that there will be loads of people who will be confused with other model and will vote cold
#2
good price, i was thinking of getting this camera
#3
Goodman
my guess is that there will be loads of people who will be confused with other model and will vote cold


Yes thanks have made it out loud & clear in title :thumbsup:
#4
big-boy;1854894
Yes thanks have made it out loud & clear in title :thumbsup:


thats great mate. lets see .:thumbsup:
#5
Got 400D kit @ £330 here last Nov after Quidco and rebate, nice upgrade? Sure,

Worth £200 more, no 6months later? No I'm afraid, although that depends how badly you want this new model...
#6
schizoboy;1855230
Got 400D kit @ £330 here last Nov after Quidco and rebate, nice upgrade? Sure,

Worth £200 more, no 6months later? No I'm afraid, although that depends how badly you want this new model...


agreed....its not much of an improvement over the eos400, slightly higher res and slightly better lens...but still not a full sensor (but then they cost a lot)....i used my eos400 at my bro in laws wedding, the wedding photgrapher had a brnad new nikon d3...very nice!!

slr photography is additctive (and expensive) tho....just about to get a new decent lens the 24-70 L which is about £800 (have the stock ****** 18-55mm, 50mm (well worth the £60!), tamron 70-300 (pretty good, non-canon lens ,speedlight, several bags, various filters)

i looked back at some pics id taken with my various point and shot cameras but the pics were truly awful - tho i had the sony dscu040, hp e327, hp m407 (well they are awful point and shots anyway)
#7
royals
agreed....its not much of an improvement over the eos400, slightly higher res and slightly better lens

The 400D and the 450D are running alongside each other. The 450D is NOT a 400D replacement.
Higher res isn't the winner with the 450D, it also has more sensitive, faster and more accurate focussing; higher bit-range (14vs12) that achieves a larger dynamic range; it's marginally faster; Live View; Highlight Priority;... the list goes on.

royals
but still not a full sensor (but then cost a lot)

You won't ever get a FF (full frame) entry-level dSLR I'm affraid, the aim of the game at the entry-level is to keep the price down as much as possible.


In your description it says non-USM, as far as I'm aware, there isn't an 18-55 IS USM. You should change the title to reflect the newer IS kit lens this comes with, as one reason a lot of people don't like the 400D is the fact that the kit lens isn't great. Which is a shame. The IS version of the kit lens is great.
#9
monkeyboy1982;1855344
The 400D and the 450D are running alongside each other. The 450D is NOT a 400D replacement.
Higher res isn't the winner with the 450D, it also has more sensitive, faster and more accurate focussing; higher bit-range (14vs12) that achieves a larger dynamic range; it's marginally faster; Live View; Highlight Priority;... the list goes on.


You won't ever get a FF (full frame) entry-level dSLR I'm affraid, the aim of the game at the entry-level is to keep the price down as much as possible.


In your description it says non-USM, as far as I'm aware, there isn't an 18-55 IS USM. You should change the title to reflect the newer IS kit lens this comes with, as one reason a lot of people don't like the 400D is the fact that the kit lens isn't great. Which is a shame. The IS version of the kit lens is great.


eh i never said the eos450 was a replacement for the eos400...the eos450 is better but its marginal so its not worth me upgrading from the 400 to the 450 (id rather upgrade to one the full frame ones at some point (not yet!!)

I also never said that you would get a fullframe in an entry level dslr (that why in brackets i said they cost a lot anyway)

wish people would reado comments first before responding

i didnt think the 18-55 is lens was any better, just it has IS which for 18-55 means youd have to have really bad shakes, eg been of the beers the night before, to take a bad shot....but i guess itll be useful for some as we arent all built the same..lol!
#10
http://www.purelygadgets.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=23100&wysiwyg=1&gclid=CPiIhMi-y5ICFQxtQgodnjZ6bg cheaper here plus 2% quidco and an 18 month extended warranty all for about 523.29 delivered
#11
EBENEZER SCROOGE
http://www.purelygadgets.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=23100&wysiwyg=1&gclid=CPiIhMi-y5ICFQxtQgodnjZ6bg cheaper here plus 2% quidco and an 18 month extended warranty all for about 523.29 delivered


I think most people realised that as you took the trouble to double post it 30 minutes after I did, why didn't you just highlight it here then ??? :whistling:
#12
£508 at Dixons now with a £20 off voucher and 3% QuidCo
#13
royals
wish people would reado comments first before responding

I wish people would writeo comments properly, then the author's meaning would be better understood.


royals
i didnt think the 18-55 is lens was any better, just it has IS which for 18-55 means youd have to have really bad shakes, eg been of the beers the night before, to take a bad shot....but i guess itll be useful for some as we arent all built the same..lol!


Sorry to do it again, but check this link, re: 18-55 IS, particularly the last sentence:

the-digital-picture.com

It is certainly a great upgrade over the 18-55 II for the money. It is a nice addition to Canon's lineup.


Once again, it's not just about the numbers and letters. Yes, it has IS, which at this focal length has its limited uses (indoor photography where you can't or don't want to use a flash, museums for example), but the glass itself is of far better quality than the non-IS version, making it a far superior lens. I think Canon have introduced this IS version to try to combat the IS built into other brands dSLR bodies, and to convey to people that they definitely aren't getting the ****** non-IS version.
#15
http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B96563

I think this may be the same... hard to say cause they don't have a proper description...

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