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Digital camera .Aldi from 23 Oct £89.99

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
10MP Digital Camera DC-X TRAVELER
Autofocus
10 Megapixel high resolution camera
2.7"TFT colour LCD screen
5x optical zoom
4.8 digital zoom
32MB internal memory
Face detection
Picture editing software + driver CD
Accessories package car kit,2xlithium-ion batteries
1GB SD card
Docking station + charger
Carry pouch
USB cable. 3 year warranty
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#1
maybe put a bit more info in the title?
#2
Sorry dataload but first post and wasn't sure how to go on.. Just learning:oops:
#3
owldin08
Sorry dataload but first post and wasn't sure how to go on.. Just learning:oops:


Don't worry about it :) We usually try and include the name of the retailer and the price in the title :)

eg:

10MP Digital Camera + Accessories, £89.99 @ Aldi
#4
sadiebabes
Don't worry about it :) We usually try and include the name of the retailer and the price in the title :)

eg:

10MP Digital Camera + Accessories, £89.99 @ Aldi


Just click on "edit" underneath your deal details and you can make the suggested changes :)

[Edit] Where did you find this deal owldin? The deal link goes to thje Aldi main page and it doesn't show as Sunday or Thursdays specials...
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Just been to Aldi Wombat and picked up teir new leaflet for next week.
#6
owldin08
Just been to Aldi Wombat and picked up teir new leaflet for next week.


Thanks - It should be on the web-site by tomorrow :thumbsup:
#7
Sorry I seem to be missing the "deal" aspect on this - 90 quid for a no-name camera, 5X optical zoom, fine; but 10 megapixels which sounds good, but in isolation means precious little, in the same way as does face recognition, without some sort of comparison point, or reviews :-(

90 quid buys a surprising amount of brand name camera these days (eg a Fuji S5800 for £92 which I am still thinking about!) and it is possible to buy that with a the backup of a heap of info and reviews, rather than buying "blind." Aldi does good offers, but their technology offers have fallen back a lot in real value terms recently, so am a bit reluctant to get enthusiastic about this yet!
#8
nihcaj
Sorry I seem to be missing the "deal" aspect on this - 90 quid for a no-name camera, 5X optical zoom, fine; but 10 megapixels which sounds good, but in isolation means precious little, in the same way as does face recognition, without some sort of comparison point, or reviews :-(

90 quid buys a surprising amount of brand name camera these days (eg a Fuji S5800 for £92 which I am still thinking about!) and it is possible to buy that with a the backup of a heap of info and reviews, rather than buying "blind." Aldi does good offers, but their technology offers have fallen back a lot in real value terms recently, so am a bit reluctant to get enthusiastic about this yet!


Got to agree with you there, £90 will get you a nice branded camera, I'd be tempted by a Canon Powershot A590is for about the same money, which will be a much better buy.

Sorry, I know it's your first post, and don't want to put you off, but it's got to be a cold vote from me. Better luck next time.:thumbsup:
#9
nihcaj
Sorry I seem to be missing the "deal" aspect on this - 90 quid for a no-name camera, 5X optical zoom, fine; but 10 megapixels which sounds good, but in isolation means precious little, in the same way as does face recognition, without some sort of comparison point, or reviews :-(

90 quid buys a surprising amount of brand name camera these days (eg a Fuji S5800 for £92 which I am still thinking about!) and it is possible to buy that with a the backup of a heap of info and reviews, rather than buying "blind." Aldi does good offers, but their technology offers have fallen back a lot in real value terms recently, so am a bit reluctant to get enthusiastic about this yet!


Oooh I would definitely recommend the Fuji... I have the S5700 and it's a crackin' little camera :)
#10
sadiebabes;3216658
Oooh I would definitely recommend the Fuji... I have the S5700 and it's a crackin' little camera :)


Been umming and ahhing for SO long.... not the normal me, that, I am much more impulsive usually - but in this case, I am the bloke who has all the gear but forgets it, leaves it at home and says "next time" (done that twice this week already!) so as I barely use the camera I have, I keep thinking I will be wasting my money!

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