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Canon EOS 450D SLR with 18-55 IS Lens *** Use Code 10EOS *** @ Comet + Claim £30 from Canon + 3% Quidco £392.99

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NB Use code 10EOS Plus claim £30 from Canon Total Price = £ 392.99 (minus Quidco) * Digital SLR with 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and 9-point wide area AF with f/2.8 cross-type centre p…
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
NB Use code 10EOS

Plus claim £30 from Canon

Total Price = £ 392.99 (minus Quidco)



* Digital SLR with 12.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and 9-point wide area AF with f/2.8 cross-type centre point
* EOS integrated cleaning system, 14-bit processing and DIGIC III for enhanced speed and image quality
* 3.0 inch LCD with live view mode and 3.5 frames per second continuous shooting
* Customisable picture style image processing options with digital photo professional RAW processing software
* Compact and lightweight Body compatible with all Canon EF and EF-S lenses and Speedlite EX flash
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#1
Code is 10EOS (without the space)
#2
Looks like the best price available.

Was about to order a Rebel XSI refurb from Ebay for £365, might spend the extra £30 now and get this!
#3
It is the best price around at the moment and has been since just after xmas. I posted this when it was £20 more (still at comet) just before xmas and never got very hot, but it is still the cheapest.
banned#4
Good price for a decent camera, although a little old now - it's been out two years or so.
#5
Unless you are a pro, the limitimg factor for a DSLR is usually the user, not the camera
#6
Where do you input the code? got all the way to confirm screen but no option for discount codes or vouchers?
1 Like #7
in the basket page,

under Basket

above where the details of your purchase is (quite small)
#8
hornblowerracing
Looks like the best price available.

Was about to order a Rebel XSI refurb from Ebay for £365, might spend the extra £30 now and get this!


This one has only 90 days seller warranty (not Canon) and you probably have to pay the postage.
#9
ramnee
in the basket page,

under Basket

above where the details of your purchase is (quite small)


Doh! thanks, I see it now:thumbsup:

Too impatient waiting for page to load on slow work network!!
#10
NobbyB
Good price for a decent camera, although a little old now - it's been out two years or so.


Was in Currys the other day and had a look at all the DSLR's. The 450D might not be the latest model but, except for the dogy lens, the 450D was one of the better in terms of viewfinder brightness, manual focussing, and general handling. The much promoted Nikon 5000 is a newer model, but you can hardly see anything in the viewfinder, which is so dark and small (has a nicer LCD tho).

£390-isch is a good price and good value. Hot from me.
banned#11
pet2000
Was in Currys the other day and had a look at all the DSLR's. The 450D might not be the latest model but, except for the dogy lens, the 450D was one of the better in terms of viewfinder brightness, manual focussing, and general handling. The much promoted Nikon 5000 is a newer model, but you can hardly see anything in the viewfinder, which is so dark and small (has a nicer LCD tho).

£390-isch is a good price and good value. Hot from me.


I agree. I have one! I'm surprised there is not a newer budget model after this time though. The 350D/400D/450D only had about a year between each of their release dates.
#12
the 500D came out at least 6 months ago
#13
i would go for the other deal on the fujipix, but then i prefer the optical zoom and other features... way over priced for me..
#14
I'd go for a used 40D or 50D - the photo quality is a lot better.
#15
NobbyB
I agree. I have one! I'm surprised there is not a newer budget model after this time though. The 350D/400D/450D only had about a year between each of their release dates.


Their is the 1000D as a budget model
#16
wolverine2031
i would go for the other deal on the fujipix, but then i prefer the optical zoom and other features... way over priced for me..


I have moved up from a fuji to this camera and they are miles aprt in quality, plus my dslr has many more features than the fuji.
#17
Paid £499 just before xmas !!

Bummer :oops:
#19
ramnee
Unless you are a pro, the limitimg factor for a DSLR is usually the user, not the camera


Very, very true. I'm sure my 20D is actually way more capable than I am!
#20
wolverine2031
i would go for the other deal on the fujipix, but then i prefer the optical zoom and other features... way over priced for me..


Fuji is a completely different camera even if they look the same. Even with the price difference I'd say the 450D justifies it.

Great deal +1.
#21
I paid £450 around a year ago, this is the first time i have seen it cheaper. great camera!
#22
Got this at the end of November from comet for about £20 more and sent for the aopplication form to Canon immediately. I'm still waiting for my £30.
suspended#23
i'm hoping they will show the canon 550d or whatever the new model is at CES over the next 3 days, hopefully it can do 24/25/30fps 1080p video and have an external microphone jack.
#24
I agree a great dslr for the price but I think the only downside is perhaps the size and weight. I would prefer a smaller and lighter camera such as the Olympus E420 or the new E620. Minor point.
#25
Had this camera a little while now, I seem to get it saying 'busy' a fair bit to me and unable to take a shot.

Is this me just asking too much of it, using one of the fastest memory cards if that matters
suspended#26
the size is fine. If only this was the price of the 500d :( I got the 400d on offer for about £340 ish i think about 2.5yrs ago and that was when that was the top model, this isn't even the highest model and its still quite a bit more, canon sure are greedy:( exchange rate doesn't help either :(
#27
The lens for this is the newer Image Stabilised version and has better optics than the old 18-55 non-IS lens. And the images from this camera will be no worse than those from the 40d - the limiting factor will be the user, as someone quite rightly said earlier.
#28
Greta Camera - good learner one as it has decent fully automatic modes as well.

I'm a novice but I am struggling with the lens - the zoom is poor (better on my point and shoot)

Even a novice should expect to 'want' a better lens pretty soon.

Good price.
#29
gogboy
Had this camera a little while now, I seem to get it saying 'busy' a fair bit to me and unable to take a shot.

Is this me just asking too much of it, using one of the fastest memory cards if that matters


Unless you are cracking off 25 frames at 3fps then my money would be that your BUSY message is the flash recycling. I have the 400d (way better than ANY compact or bridge, anyone saying different on here is missing the point of DSLR!!) and it ONLY gives that message when I've taken 3-5 flash pix. Got a nice deal on a Speedlite 430exII and since then its never appeared :thumbsup:
#30
Capt Kirk
I agree a great dslr for the price but I think the only downside is perhaps the size and weight. I would prefer a smaller and lighter camera such as the Olympus E420 or the new E620. Minor point.


The size and weight aren't there just to make it feel more like its worth the money, both are unavoidable because the components are QUALITY, thats why the compacts are lighter, smaller sensors, smaller lens........ in the end the picture suffers :thumbsup:
#31
frakison
Unless you are cracking off 25 frames at 3fps then my money would be that your BUSY message is the flash recycling. I have the 400d (way better than ANY compact or bridge, anyone saying different on here is missing the point of DSLR!!) and it ONLY gives that message when I've taken 3-5 flash pix. Got a nice deal on a Speedlite 430exII and since then its never appeared :thumbsup:


Ah that's good to know, sounds like it could be that then.
#32
gogboy
Ah that's good to know, sounds like it could be that then.


I'd say its definitely your problem, try making it do it and have a close look at the message, I think mine has a lightning bolt before it, if thats on yours its your flash100% :thumbsup:
#33
wolverine2031
i would go for the other deal on the fujipix, but then i prefer the optical zoom and other features... way over priced for me..

They simply aren't alternatives! Why bring that up in an SLR thread? You really don't understand what this is, do you?
#34
Besford
They simply aren't alternatives! Why bring that up in an SLR thread? You really don't understand what this is, do you?


I hear that all the pro's use compact fuji's in their studio's :p
#35
The Canon's are a little too plasticy for my liking. Im a Nikon D80 user, nice solid cameras. :thumbsup:
#36
Ive had one of these for over a year and cant recommend it enough. On the advice of a wise friend i got the body only and spent extra on a Sigma 18-55 2.8 lens which ive found to be an excellent combination.
#37
Lofty124
The Canon's are a little too plasticy for my liking. Im a Nikon D80 user, nice solid cameras. :thumbsup:


Not comparing like for like though there are we. I chose Canon because it wooped the ass of the Nikon in EVERY review and mainly because it felt better than the then equivalent at the time, the d40x Would I choose the D80 over a 50D..... no way jose!!!! :whistling:
#38
I review of it made the following comments.

' Maximum ISO 1600. Most competitor model are up to 3200 ISO. Live View is slower than Sony’s models. Could use more weather sealing'
#39
Capt Kirk
I review of it made the following comments.

' Maximum ISO 1600. Most competitor model are up to 3200 ISO. Live View is slower than Sony’s models. Could use more weather sealing'


I could find you 10 reviews that would counter that though, take them with a pinch of salt, you only need a Canon lover doing a Canon review (and vice versa of course) and the review will be skewed. This is a good camera, of course some have better points (like the Samsungs weatherproofing) but they will also fall short of this one on something else :thumbsup:
#40
frakison
Unless you are cracking off 25 frames at 3fps then my money would be that your BUSY message is the flash recycling. I have the 400d (way better than ANY compact or bridge, anyone saying different on here is missing the point of DSLR!!) and it ONLY gives that message when I've taken 3-5 flash pix. Got a nice deal on a Speedlite 430exII and since then its never appeared :thumbsup:


Where did you get your speedlight from?

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