Canon EOS 7D DSLR Camera + 18-135mm £650 @ Currys (instore) - HotUKDeals
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The list was on off in Currys Aintree earlier today. Not sure if it's nationwide however worth listing regardless. It's obviously getting on a bit now however its still a superb camera (speaking from experience).

The EOS 7D combines high performance, versatility and cinematic-style HD movies. 18 MP resolution delivers superb quality and 8 fps continuous shooting keeps you ahead of the action.

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#1
Sorry for the poor England! My mobile got the better of me.
#2
Bargain !
#3
wtf. THIS IS SO CHHHHHHHHHHHHEAP.
#4
great price
#5
Might be a camera that is 5 years old. But at this price its a bargain.
#6
craig.walton2
Sorry for the poor England! My mobile got the better of me.


Thats what they alllll sayyyyyyy .. hahahahaha. :-)

Fair play ..... lol. :-)
#7
BananaMannn
Might be a camera that is 5 years old. But at this price its a bargain.


For real ..... lol. :-)
#8
amour3k
BananaMannn
Might be a camera that is 5 years old. But at this price its a bargain.

For real ..... lol. :-)

They go used at £550-600 on ebay with this lens.
#9
Sold my 7D last month for a fixed lens alternative. Stunning camera and a bargain at this price, voting Hot
#10
I use one as my backup camera and paid £700 for it 12 months ago. Granted it's the mk1 and the mk11 is out now but still a pretty good piece of kit.
#11
been shooting with this for years now... incredible camera. Great deal... hot!
#12
Cheapest I've seen the new MkII was £1399 last week, so over 2x this deal price - is it twice the camera??? If you already got decent Canon lenses you could buy this and flog the 18-135mm lens (cheapest B.I.N. on ebay at the moment is £159, so say if you even came out with 100 after fees, etc) Just passed 72,000 exposures with my Mk.I a 5 year old next month - well suppose tomorrow now. No complains at all. Last big firmware update was major and improved things. The choice of focussing methods takes a bit of figuring out though - there was good instructional videos on the Canon USA site.

(Just remembered buying my A-1 film camera from Boots as end of the line stock too at £180 odds with the FD 50mm f1.8... great camera too, still going and survived lots of rough weather at sea.)
#13
Cheapest I've seen the new MkII was £1399 last week, so over 2x this deal price - is it twice the camera??? If you already got decent Canon lenses you could buy this and flog the 18-135mm lens (cheapest B.I.N. on ebay at the moment is £159, so say if you even came out with 100 after fees, etc) Just passed 72,000 exposures with my Mk.I a 5 year old next month - well suppose tomorrow now. No complains at all. Last big firmware update was major and improved things. The choice of focussing methods takes a bit of figuring out though - there was good instructional videos on the Canon USA site.

(Just remembered buying my A-1 film camera from Boots as end of the line stock too at £180 odds with the FD 50mm f1.8... great camera too, still going and survived lots of rough weather at sea.)
#14
Would I see a big improvement in my current 700d with some decent lens?
#15
Incredible camera I have owned 2 in last 4 years. Keep going back to it. Amazing for sports with its fast 8 fps. Also with inclusion of wireless Ttl speed lite transmitter it was excellent for flash photography.
#16
whata the differences between this and the mk2?
#17
UrKo
whata the differences between this and the mk2?

Just about any review will mention the differences. Start with DPReview:
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canon-eos-7d-mark-ii


Edited By: tenohfive on Dec 31, 2014 08:46
#18
tenohfive
UrKo
whata the differences between this and the mk2?

Just about any review will mention the differences. Start with DPReview:
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canon-eos-7d-mark-ii



cheers
#19
Just one left in stock in the country, in Liverpool apparently.
#20
can't be find nowhere what a pity this is demm
#21
Think I bought last one in Aintree this morning.
#22
akexuk
Would I see a big improvement in my current 700d with some decent lens? [/quote/
[quote=akexuk]Would I see a big improvement in my current 700d with some decent lens?


Image quality and low light performance they are basically the same. But if you need a higher fps, better build, shoulder display, more manual controls upgrading to a 7D is a good shout.

Do bare in mind you'll lose out on the tilting display, the touch screen,(i personally find these features very. useful) and Obviously the 7D is much heavier
#23
had one of these for a couple of years. great price of kit. body is water resistant. used widely amongst sports photographers. check out digital rev if these are all gone.
#24
airdsuk
Cheapest I've seen the new MkII was £1399 last week, so over 2x this deal price - is it twice the camera??? If you already got decent Canon lenses you could buy this and flog the 18-135mm lens (cheapest B.I.N. on ebay at the moment is £159, so say if you even came out with 100 after fees, etc) Just passed 72,000 exposures with my Mk.I a 5 year old next month - well suppose tomorrow now. No complains at all. Last big firmware update was major and improved things. The choice of focussing methods takes a bit of figuring out though - there was good instructional videos on the Canon USA site.

(Just remembered buying my A-1 film camera from Boots as end of the line stock too at £180 odds with the FD 50mm f1.8... great camera too, still going and survived lots of rough weather at sea.)
airdsuk
Cheapest I've seen the new MkII was £1399 last week, so over 2x this deal price - is it twice the camera??? If you already got decent Canon lenses you could buy this and flog the 18-135mm lens (cheapest B.I.N. on ebay at the moment is £159, so say if you even came out with 100 after fees, etc) Just passed 72,000 exposures with my Mk.I a 5 year old next month - well suppose tomorrow now. No complains at all. Last big firmware update was major and improved things. The choice of focussing methods takes a bit of figuring out though - there was good instructional videos on the Canon USA site.

(Just remembered buying my A-1 film camera from Boots as end of the line stock too at £180 odds with the FD 50mm f1.8... great camera too, still going and survived lots of rough weather at sea.)

Is there a Parrot in here?? X)
banned#25
In my opinion one would be better opting for the newer EOS 70D here for just £729 http://www.spencermann.com/acatalog/Canon-EOS-70D-18-55.html
#26
can someone post a direct link? Can't find it on thier site.. thanks
#27
Eclairs
can someone post a direct link? Can't find it on thier site.. thanks


It's in-store only, if you can get your hands on one.
#28
A_Day_In_The_life
Eclairs
can someone post a direct link? Can't find it on thier site.. thanks

It's in-store only, if you can get your hands on one.
Thanks.. will try in my local
#29
For those unable to get this deal then have a look at Amazon for the lightning deal which starts at 18:00 today. Currently £599.99 for body only but will obviously reduce once the deal goes live.
#30
what about this verus the 6d?
#31
craig.walton2
For those unable to get this deal then have a look at Amazon for the lightning deal which starts at 18:00 today. Currently £599.99 for body only but will obviously reduce once the deal goes live.

Yep. down by £20 to £579.99.
#32
uglymash
what about this verus the 6d?
I had the 7d before upgrading to the 6d as the majority of my photos are portrait and I always needed to scratch my full frame itch. Never looked back.
#33
Just done a wedding inside a hotel with a 5DIii and a 7D. Most shots identical to all intents and purposes aside from different crop factor. The hotel was very dark and the only time there was much difference was at around 3200 ISO if the 7d was a tad underexposed. Both resulted in quite usable output but the 7D needed more noise reduction to get acceptable quality. Not an issue - end result still fine. Absolute bargain at this price with lens. If I could get one, I'd get another.
#34
craig.walton2
uglymash
what about this verus the 6d?
I had the 7d before upgrading to the 6d as the majority of my photos are portrait and I always needed to scratch my full frame itch. Never looked back.



cheers buddy
#35
Thanks to the OP for highlighting this great deal. I just picked one up at Leyton Currys / PC World...... Brand new sealed box including the lens. That was the last one in that store. Worth asking in-store for them to check other branches - that's how I found this one.
#36
Any left in dorset?please

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