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CANON eos1300d DSLR camera with free ultra lens £348 with £20 cashback @ Currys £328.00

£328.00 @ Currys
Amazing deal! 18 megapixel Canon DSLR camera with free lens. Very good camera especially if you are a beginner looking to get into photography. Comes with camera, and two lens; EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6… Read More
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
Amazing deal! 18 megapixel Canon DSLR camera with free lens. Very good camera especially if you are a beginner looking to get into photography. Comes with camera, and two lens; EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III AND EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III

And of course the charger and strap

BONUS: you can also claim £20 cashback from Cannon

I'm pretty sure you can also get a discounted price at a sandisk SD CARD if you purchase with the camera

P.s. Price is including cash back
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
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#1
£328? Not very beginner friendly now is it.
#2
Well if you looking for a good quality start, it's worth buying this camera trust me,
#3
kay1992
£328? Not very beginner friendly now is it.
It is, you are getting 2 lenses.
#4
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
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mcaf123
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
Liking the screen graphics would be similar to favouring the steering wheel of a car. Camera's designed to take photos, so compare them based on the photo quality, I'd say.
#6
hellop4nda
mcaf123
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
Liking the screen graphics would be similar to favouring the steering wheel of a car. Camera's designed to take photos, so compare them based on the photo quality, I'd say.


Based on my research on YouTube reviews and comparisons some people say go for the Nikon, some people say go for the Canon and some people say you can't go wrong with either. As it's a beginner's camera, I feel the screen graphics and general ease of use play a big part in swaying someone's decision if they want to learn proper photography. Read/watch any sports car review and the steering wheel will probably be mentioned as its the main touch point of a car besides the pedals, so not that great of an analogy lol
#7
If you are a beginner please note CANON has one "N" not two in cameras.
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TheBiker
If you are a beginner please note CANON has one "N" not two in cameras.


Thank you for the note
#9
mcaf123
hellop4nda
mcaf123
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
Liking the screen graphics would be similar to favouring the steering wheel of a car. Camera's designed to take photos, so compare them based on the photo quality, I'd say.
Based on my research on YouTube reviews and comparisons some people say go for the Nikon, some people say go for the Canon and some people say you can't go wrong with either. As it's a beginner's camera, I feel the screen graphics and general ease of use play a big part in swaying someone's decision if they want to learn proper photography. Read/watch any sports car review and the steering wheel will probably be mentioned as its the main touch point of a car besides the pedals, so not that great of an analogy lol
I'd say if you haven't already done so, go into Currys and try them out to see which you prefer. I did this when I was looking for my first dslr and found the viewfinder on the 1200d was not great. The one on the 100d was much better. the entry Nikon viewfinders I thought were somewhere inbetween but closer to the 100d's. The ergonomics of the camera is important also, so you may have a preference that way. The specs are important too, so the Nikons will usually have an edge there. Lastly, consider what lenses you're likely to be hankering after. Since you're coming from 4/3 you'll have an idea about that and there are some unique options for Canon, like their pancake 24mm and 40mm, which I personally found either too wide or tight for my needs but may be exactly what you're after. I might add it's probably not worth going for the Nikon d3400 over the d3300 considering the older model is usually significantly cheaper and wi-fi isn't on your list of requirements

Edited By: notos on Dec 21, 2016 01:38
#10
Good starter kit. You'll soon grow out of those lenses though if you hanker after image sharpness. Good lenses are a fortune (for me).
#11
mcaf123
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
have you looked at other micro 4/3 cameras?
going straight into the low end of these huge cameras may not be as much of a step up as you think especially for the size
#12
brilly
mcaf123
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
have you looked at other micro 4/3 cameras?
going straight into the low end of these huge cameras may not be as much of a step up as you think especially for the size


Good advice. My current camera doesn't have a viewfinder and the modes aren't as intuitive to use as they should be
#13
Neither of the lenses are image stabilized, cold for me.
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mcaf123
hellop4nda
mcaf123
Heat from me. I'm torn between this deal and a Nikon D3300 or D3400. I like the screen graphics of the Nikons better. Wireless doesn't bother me as I have a WiFi SD card already and I'm now looking to upgrade from my micro 4/3 camera to the real deal. Any advice from anyone?
Liking the screen graphics would be similar to favouring the steering wheel of a car. Camera's designed to take photos, so compare them based on the photo quality, I'd say.
Based on my research on YouTube reviews and comparisons some people say go for the Nikon, some people say go for the Canon and some people say you can't go wrong with either. As it's a beginner's camera, I feel the screen graphics and general ease of use play a big part in swaying someone's decision if they want to learn proper photography. Read/watch any sports car review and the steering wheel will probably be mentioned as its the main touch point of a car besides the pedals, so not that great of an analogy lol

If you give up learning photography because of the LCD screen on your DSLR, it's probably for your own good anyway.

I just imagined Colin Mcrae giving up rallying because stereo in his Subaru was a bit crap.
#15
How does this compare to canon eos 700d?
We are looking for a camera good for wildlife photography or am I looking in completely the wrong price category?
#16
katquinn82
How does this compare to canon eos 700d?
We are looking for a camera good for wildlife photography or am I looking in completely the wrong price category?


http://www.cameracomparisonreview.com/2016/03/11/canon-1300d-vs-canon-700d/
#17
katquinn82
How does this compare to canon eos 700d?
We are looking for a camera good for wildlife photography or am I looking in completely the wrong price category?


Not much difference but it has better screen pixels firstly, it shoots faster, it's lighter, better battery life and finally it has built in wifi connectivity
#18
For the same price you'd rather get the 1300d especially considering that it's been reduced by quite a lot

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