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*** IGNORE - misprice on website ***. Fujifilm X-T1 Daily Deal @ DigitalRev (note: grey import) - £224.99

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EDIT: Looks like a pricing error - it's now back to £630. Okay, so this is a grey import but comes with a 1 year DigitalRev warranty (t's better than nothing I guess) but check out the price. Even
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Wish I could have got it for that price ! :)
Just received an email. Can't say I'm surprised :p

We're contacting you with regards to your most recent order. Unfortunately, the order has been cancelled because there was an error in the pricing of the Fujifilm X-T1 when the promotion went active earlier today. The correct discounted price of the Fujifilm X-T1 is 589.99 GBP.
pjn
Yep, it's shot back up to £630. That was short-lived. Will be very interested to see if they honour my purchase.

If they let you have it for £225, then you will have probably bagged the bargain of the year! I know it's bad to say it, but you should probably have just kept quiet on this one as it may have allowed the deal to slip through the net!
Yep, it's shot back up to £630. That was short-lived. Will be very interested to see if they honour my purchase.
Should be expired, not available, back to £600 now and they wouldn't have honoured anyway, obvious mistake.
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Canon EOS 750D with EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Kit £539.00 @ Digital Rev

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The cheapest you can currently get this in the UK is £610 if you include the £40 cashback for the lens and £50 winter Canon cashback (but not sure if you can use both together) so I thought this looks…
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I just bought a Canon 760D for £390 post free not a grey import
You bought grey import mate...
As far as I know (and you can not say its not) it's a UK Canon760D not a rebel or a X version and it would not worry me if it was a grey, blue or even pink its a was a great price it was for sale at £430 and on boxing they there was a 10% discount for one day and was lucky to get the last one.( No messing about with cash back deals) I've just got email saying Item dispatched the only downside of the camera is the cost of spare battery
Seller ?
http://www.rakuten.co.uk/ I forgot to add the 5x points so I will have points to offset price of Battery or towards battery Grip
Rakuten is not seller... than sold by who ?
Why are you so bothered about who sold what . This is one of the reasons I don't post anything on here anymore. . . I posted my great find to prove that if you look you will always find someone selling cheaper. . . the bottom line is I got a Canon 760 for £390 am not worried where , black or grey or who is selling as long as it comes with the time stated and in this case was 3 Days which is quicker than I expected due to the holidays and as I have bought from rakuten before without any problems that was good enough for me
Because you bought grey import camera without UK warranty ...this changes a lot. Rakuten is marketplace with different sellers - some of them being excellent and others being awful or completely unknown(without own sites). You took a risk... good luck:)
​grey is a gamble. no uk warranty but the camera might outlast the 1 year warranty

Ordered the Camera on boxing day and was delivered to Northern Ireland on the 29th very pleased with the camera and can reg camera on line as well as the sellers 12mth warranty

Edited By: iscom on Dec 31, 2015 16:17
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Goose74
Thanks for the comments on this - was unaware that there was double cashback which changes the game.
thanks also to jtle for pointing out the Amazon lightning deal - I ordered that - seemed a great deal since the price after double cashback plus lens cashback came to £489.
I think its fair to say that for the body only the best deal is on Canon UK for £340 after cashback
thanks again
You'll only get the £100 cashback if you read the terms and conditions.
I'm waiting for a body only deal.

Oh really - so you cant use both cashback offers together? Bit frustrating :(
ishaayy
Don't use digitalrev guys, I had an extremely bad experience with them. The camera didn't arrive in a month and they refused a refund so I had to claim a dispute through paypal. Not worth the stress!


​Same here and wouldn't honour warranty either.
Goose74
Thanks for the comments on this - was unaware that there was double cashback which changes the game.
thanks also to jtle for pointing out the Amazon lightning deal - I ordered that - seemed a great deal since the price after double cashback plus lens cashback came to £489.
I think its fair to say that for the body only the best deal is on Canon UK for £340 after cashback
thanks again

You'll only get the £100 cashback if you read the terms and conditions.
I'm waiting for a body only deal.
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I just bought a Canon 760D for £390 post free not a grey import
You bought grey import mate...
As far as I know (and you can not say its not) it's a UK Canon760D not a rebel or a X version and it would not worry me if it was a grey, blue or even pink its a was a great price it was for sale at £430 and on boxing they there was a 10% discount for one day and was lucky to get the last one.( No messing about with cash back deals) I've just got email saying Item dispatched the only downside of the camera is the cost of spare battery
Seller ?
http://www.rakuten.co.uk/ I forgot to add the 5x points so I will have points to offset price of Battery or towards battery Grip
Rakuten is not seller... than sold by who ?
Why are you so bothered about who sold what . This is one of the reasons I don't post anything on here anymore. . . I posted my great find to prove that if you look you will always find someone selling cheaper. . . the bottom line is I got a Canon 760 for £390 am not worried where , black or grey or who is selling as long as it comes with the time stated and in this case was 3 Days which is quicker than I expected due to the holidays and as I have bought from rakuten before without any problems that was good enough for me
Because you bought grey import camera without UK warranty ...this changes a lot. Rakuten is marketplace with different sellers - some of them being excellent and others being awful or completely unknown(without own sites). You took a risk... good luck:)


​grey is a gamble. no uk warranty but the camera might outlast the 1 year warranty
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Nikon D3300 Kit with 18-55mm VR II Lens kit £279.00 @ DigitalRev

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This kit has the VR II lens so it is supposedly better than the Argos deal. Life is full of surprising, joyful moments—moments worth remembering. The D3300 makes it fun and easy to preserve those m…
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£299 is standard price at all UK retailers + £20 cashback from Nikon... which comes out same as this grey import, voted cold


Agreed. Cold.
Sensor Type: CMOS
Sensor Size: 23.5 x 15.6 mm mm
Effective Megapixels: 24.2
Viewfinder
Viewfinder Type: Optical
Coverage: 95 %
Exposure & Shutter Control
Min. ISO Sensitivity: 100
Max. ISO Sensitivity: 25600
Min. Shutter Speed: 30 sec
Max. Shutter Speed: 1/4000 sec
Continuous Burst Speed: 5 fps
Maximum Shots / Burst: -
Video Recording
File Format: MOV(H.264/MPEG-4)
Video Resolution: 920 x 1080, 60p (progressive)/50p/30p/25p/24p, high/normal. 1280 x 720, 60p/50p, high/normal. 640 x 424, 30p/25p, high/normal. F
HD Recording Yes
Display
LCD Size: 3.0 inch
LCD Resolution: 921 k pixels
Live View: Yes
Storage
Memory Card Type: SD (Secure Digital) and UHS-I compliant SDHC and SDXC memory cards
Battery Model: EN-EL14a
Dimensions
Size: 124 X 98 X 75.5 mm
Weight: 460 g
£299 is standard price at all UK retailers + £20 cashback from Nikon... which comes out same as this grey import, voted cold
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Canon EOS 760D with EF-S 18-135mm STM £579.00 @ DigitalRev

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Digitalrev is running some insane sale now, but this is one of the best ( and cheapest ) kit for the money I have used digitalrev before many times(no issues), if you are worried about warranty pleas…
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Can you use the Canon Cashback with Digitalrev?
scarper
i only ordered it yesterday but a friend ordered one last week and it arrived as described no problems.
not the latest model but still pretty good and the best deal i could find by a long way (the camera body is available for £259)

Ordered Body for £255 - many thanks for the tip
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MrVee
I own this camera, bought it at launch 'body only' for something like 640. I also have the 700d and the 760 is by far the superior bit of kit, both in picture quality and features. However being the newest crop framed camera from canon brings some drawbacks, such as a spare battery being over £30 rather than two for £12 for the older model and a battery grip costing twice as much. However as a semi pro I love it and it would take a push to get me into buying a full frame due to the loss of zoom on my lenses. Cant comment on the lens in this package though ;)

once you have a fullframe body, you pay 2-3x of the price on lenses. In comparing on crop body used sigma 10-20, which cost me around 280, on 6d needed to get a 16-35 f4 to get similar results for 800


​True, it works both ways though. I lose wide angle on my 16-35 L series lense, which I would get back with a full frame. ;)
MrVee
I own this camera, bought it at launch 'body only' for something like 640. I also have the 700d and the 760 is by far the superior bit of kit, both in picture quality and features. However being the newest crop framed camera from canon brings some drawbacks, such as a spare battery being over £30 rather than two for £12 for the older model and a battery grip costing twice as much. However as a semi pro I love it and it would take a push to get me into buying a full frame due to the loss of zoom on my lenses. Cant comment on the lens in this package though ;)

once you have a fullframe body, you pay 2-3x of the price on lenses. In comparing on crop body used sigma 10-20, which cost me around 280, on 6d needed to get a 16-35 f4 to get similar results for 800
That's good to know, I didn't really have plans to upgrade my 550D, but as always, Hot UK deals has now planted the idea in my head :)
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Sony Sony Alpha A7R II Body £1,999.00 Digital Rev free SanDisk 32GB Extreme SDHC UHS-1 Card -90mbs

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This is cheaper than any other reputable dealer. Fantastic video and high res stills. Free SanDisk 32GB Extreme SDHC UHS-1 Card -90mbs runs out 30th Oct
Goose74 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago66 Comments
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I'm not a professional, however an advanced photo amateur. Do own an a7r2 and a6000, and moved from canon after 12 years (300d, 30d, 6d, eos-m)!
Canon is being extremely lazy recently, not being up to the latest and greatest, as well as only bringing real new stuff out on their top end cameras.
Beauty of these cameras: light, works with any (yes any!) lenses including my dad's old practica lenses (m42) to 30 year old canon fd lenses over to the high end sigma ART lenses ( with mc11 AF converter ).
My a6000 and a7r2 sharing the same battery, and able to charge it on the go from a battery pack fairly quickly - being extremely small and cheap batteries I can make 3-500 pictures with each.
Thanks Goose74,ordered on Saturday got it next Tuesday great service from Digital Rev ordered some lenses as well.you have saved me a few quid.
Beautiful camera and specs. I want one!
Agharta
£2K for a camera body is typically for professionals so I wonder what percentage of sales go to consumers?


​Professionals dream, now there is a big shift from nikon /canon users to Sony simply because nikanons are unable to catch up with the technology. For me as an amateur I will wait until the price is below £1k. May be 2 more years :(
£2K for a camera body is typically for professionals so I wonder what percentage of sales go to consumers?
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Sony Alpha A6000 Body £369.00 @ Digital Rev

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Decent Camera for a decent price. Body only 24.3MP Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with BIONZ X engine Enhanced Fast Hybrid AF and up to 11 FPS ISO range of 100-25600 3.0 inch Tilt LCD, pop-up flash…
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Sony e-mount is probably the most popular/capable basis for using legacy lenses. Old film lenses appear as 1.5 times their stated focal length on sony bodies but m4/3 cameras appear at 2X - quite different to intended.
Manual focusing on sony is easy too.
can you clarify what you mean with 2x and legacy lenses please? I am just all new to this. thanks
I have had an a6000 since launch and it's fab. Even better than the 5N. And with a lens turbo or whatever I can use all my old Minolta SLR lenses on it...
Sony e-mount is probably the most popular/capable basis for using legacy lenses. Old film lenses appear as 1.5 times their stated focal length on sony bodies but m4/3 cameras appear at 2X - quite different to intended.
Manual focusing on sony is easy too.
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fizz
I have no idea about CSC - I've been looking at the G6 how does this fare against it - is it even in the same type as I keep hearing sensor sizes but its all gobbledygook
As a general rule the larger the sensor size the greater the potential for better image quality. In this case the A6000 has a "DSLR sized" APS-C sized sensor while the G6 has a smaller micro four-thirds sensor.
That aside, the A6000 is widely regarded as among the very best mirrorless cameras. Superb image quality, superb autofocus, superb EVF, superb continuous shooting speed, there's very little not to like about this camera. The G6 does have a couple of notable selling points in its favour, such as a more traditional SLR-style form factor that many people prefer (of course on the other side of the coin a lot of people will prefer the Sony's more compact body and the benefits being smaller brings) and using the micro four-thirds standard means a far larger selection of lenses from several manufacturers. It's also worth noting that this is the price for a grey import, body only camera, compared to the G6 which is a good chunk cheaper on the current deal with an included lens and valid UK warranty. The A6000 is undoubtedly capable of taking much better images, but you'll most likely be throwing another couple of hundred quid into some decent glass to use it with and if you get caught and have to pay import tax (which has happened with digitalRev in the past, according to the folks on the photography subreddit and dpreview forums) then it could soon add up to the point where you're paying double the £299 the G6 deal is going for.
Thanks for a very informative post, much appreciated. I was going to go for a long zoom bridge, hate the idea of carrying lots of lenses and I know the IQ isn't on par with DSLR but then me other half wants her own camera and I saw the recent posting for the G6 at the £299 brackets with positive feedback so figured she can have a bridge and I can get something bit more creative.
The idea of being able to use loads of different lenses on m43rds seems interesting...Back to some research

Bear in mind the vast majority of bridge cameras are little more than generic compact cameras in SLR-style housing with massive zoom lenses, image quality isn't going to be great in any situation. An interchangeable lens system camera like a mainstream DSLR or one of the many mirrorless systems does't mean having to carry around a ton of lenses all over the place, just think about what you plan to shoot before you leave the house and pick the appropriate gear from there. For example I do the majority of my shooting with a single lens, my Sigma 18-35 "standard zoom", but if I know I'm heading out where there will be wildlife or action to capture, then I'll pack my telephoto to go along with it.
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fizz
I have no idea about CSC - I've been looking at the G6 how does this fare against it - is it even in the same type as I keep hearing sensor sizes but its all gobbledygook
As a general rule the larger the sensor size the greater the potential for better image quality. In this case the A6000 has a "DSLR sized" APS-C sized sensor while the G6 has a smaller micro four-thirds sensor.
That aside, the A6000 is widely regarded as among the very best mirrorless cameras. Superb image quality, superb autofocus, superb EVF, superb continuous shooting speed, there's very little not to like about this camera. The G6 does have a couple of notable selling points in its favour, such as a more traditional SLR-style form factor that many people prefer (of course on the other side of the coin a lot of people will prefer the Sony's more compact body and the benefits being smaller brings) and using the micro four-thirds standard means a far larger selection of lenses from several manufacturers. It's also worth noting that this is the price for a grey import, body only camera, compared to the G6 which is a good chunk cheaper on the current deal with an included lens and valid UK warranty. The A6000 is undoubtedly capable of taking much better images, but you'll most likely be throwing another couple of hundred quid into some decent glass to use it with and if you get caught and have to pay import tax (which has happened with digitalRev in the past, according to the folks on the photography subreddit and dpreview forums) then it could soon add up to the point where you're paying double the £299 the G6 deal is going for.

Thanks for a very informative post, much appreciated. I was going to go for a long zoom bridge, hate the idea of carrying lots of lenses and I know the IQ isn't on par with DSLR but then me other half wants her own camera and I saw the recent posting for the G6 at the £299 brackets with positive feedback so figured she can have a bridge and I can get something bit more creative.

The idea of being able to use loads of different lenses on m43rds seems interesting...Back to some research
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Canon 700D - £369.00 and Free Postage - DigitalRev

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Best price that I've seen for camera only beating Amazon by quite a way. Free postage within 3-6 days.
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All I want is for making video indoors. I usually do videos like unboxings, fountain pen reviews etc and it's all indoors. I don't know if there is much difference in quality of indoor video recording on the 650 or the 700D?
Also since it is a DSLR I will try taking photos and videos outdoors like nature type ... more of a I'll probably do it twice and forget about that than indoor so mostly 80% indoor and 20% outdoor usage.
Nothing professional. Just amateur stuff.

IIRC, the 700D does perform better with focus tracking for video, but if your doing something that's static (like unboxing) I doubt you'd see much of a difference. Certainly you'd see better focus performance outdoor videos but the 750D and 760D's have an improved video focusing system yet again. Honestly, if you have a 650D, I'd skip the 700D and get either the 750 or 760 if you can afford it.
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The 700D is about to be replaced (25th of the month I think) by the 750D and 760D. Expect to see these the price of these drop at legitimate UK retailers soon.
Thanks for the heads up. Is it worth this over the 650D?
I intend to pick up a 760D when it comes out (and I currently have the 650D), but whether it's worth upgrading for you is dependant on what your going to do with it. You might want to check out this comparison of the new camera's and the 700D (which is slightly newer than your camera I know) which might help you figure out if its worth it or not.

All I want is for making video indoors. I usually do videos like unboxings, fountain pen reviews etc and it's all indoors. I don't know if there is much difference in quality of indoor video recording on the 650 or the 700D?

Also since it is a DSLR I will try taking photos and videos outdoors like nature type ... more of a I'll probably do it twice and forget about that than indoor so mostly 80% indoor and 20% outdoor usage.

Nothing professional. Just amateur stuff.
PhilK
So whats wrong with DigitalRev ? Any experience with them ?
I have never had an issue with them, been using them for nearly 4 years. They have their own warranty system, so if you have an issue then you have to post it back to Hong Kong though.
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The 700D is about to be replaced (25th of the month I think) by the 750D and 760D. Expect to see these the price of these drop at legitimate UK retailers soon.
Thanks for the heads up. Is it worth this over the 650D?

I intend to pick up a 760D when it comes out (and I currently have the 650D), but whether it's worth upgrading for you is dependant on what your going to do with it. You might want to check out this comparison of the new camera's and the 700D (which is slightly newer than your camera I know) which might help you figure out if its worth it or not.
Undergrid
The 700D is about to be replaced (25th of the month I think) by the 750D and 760D. Expect to see these the price of these drop at legitimate UK retailers soon.

Thanks for the heads up. Is it worth this over the 650D?
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Canon IXUS 155 20MP 10x zoom camera reduced from £115 to £55.00 @ Digitalrev.com

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Digitalrev have the Canon IXUS 155 digital camera reduced for one day to £55 with free delivery. It is priced £105 - £209 elsewhere. 20 Megapixel CCD image sensor DIGIC 4+ Digital Image Processor
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Just tried to buy the 7 of these I had in my cart, got all the way through to be told they don't ship to my delivery country? Which is the UK?
They've then vanished out my cart as they haven't really got any stock ;)

I was looking at several for school, any other compact point+shoots out there worth looking at?
Thanks :)
No stock
Says discontinued:|
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Nikon D5500 with 18-55 lens £459.00 at digital rev

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Looks like the best price so far. Cheaper than D5300 and digitalrev is compared to be the best on Grey market . The amazon price is about £200 more...
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Guys,,,, they are shipping from Hongkong and expect 1-2 weeks of delay... They fool on website by giving UK number and route the calls .. I got the royal mail tracking number and its more thank a week and i havent recieved the post.I wrote to them and they said its shipped from Hongkong and if there is customs duty , i will let u know and if so its not a good idea to purchase from them


Edited By: cochin007 on Apr 10, 2015 12:42
Heard back from digital Rev as follows

DigitalRev is an online retail store based in Hong Kong. All shipments that are sent from our company originated in our office and warehouse located in Hong Kong.

International orders are generally subject to local import duties and taxes (VAT). DigitalRev offers the convenience of shouldering these fees on your behalf. Parcels may or may not be charged for tax duties. Unfortunately, we do not know how much the charge would be. In the event that your parcel is charged by customs, simply pay for it first and send us a copy of the receipt and we'll have it refunded back to your account.

The terms and condtions in which it says that DigitalRev does not cover tax excise is for countries such as Bahrain, Dubai and Saudi Arabia.

We hope that this helps answer your inquiry. In the event that you require any additional assistance, please do not hesitate to let me know so that I can personally assist you.
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I bought a Tamron 17-50 2.8 £100 cheaper there, rather than here, thats all i paid. It went faulty (it happens) their customer service was fantastic . Shipment payments refunded took about 3 weeks to send, fix and return. Further they also paid the shipping incurred sending it to Tamrons importers who became very shirty. They are all made in China so technically they are all imported, just we get fleeced over here..


Of course you're right... We do get fleeced... I just wanted to be clear on whether there's a risk of being made to pay duty or VAT if stopped by customs spot checks when travelling abroad...

I've now emailed them to clarify so will post if/when I hear back
I bought a Tamron 17-50 2.8 £100 cheaper there, rather than here, thats all i paid. It went faulty (it happens) their customer service was fantastic . Shipment payments refunded took about 3 weeks to send, fix and return. Further they also paid the shipping incurred sending it to Tamrons importers who became very shirty. They are all made in China so technically they are all imported, just we get fleeced over here..
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What you see is what you pay, shipped from UK from what i gather..


Gather from where? I did not find confirmation of this on website. Their T&C talk if purchase outside HK.

It would be good to know one way or the other... I'll email the company to clarify and post back reply if I hear soon
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Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT - £304.00 @ DigitalRev

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Great deal today on at Digitalrev - Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT Was: £319.00 Limited Time Only 24 hours... £304.00 20hours left time of posting, its a bargain for the best canon speedlites you can
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it's £304 on the today deals only, I posted this deal for this model and don't want anything less, so posting other models that are cheaper really won't help those that want this.
Buy the Godox, built in Lithium battery and a 1/3rd of the cost.
Still £319 on that site. How to make it down to £304?
Obviously an import but from an extremely reliable/reputable company. Great find
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Nikon D7100 with 18-105mm VR Lens Kit £699.00.@ digitalrev.com

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24.1-megapixel DX format CMOS sensor, with no OLPF EXPEED 3 image processor ISO sensitivity of 100-6400, extendable to 25600 Professional-level AF system: utilising 51 focus points 6 fps continuou…
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I'm tempted but praise for the sensor isn't unanimous vs the 7000. Anyone else got any experience? I went from d70 to d5100 which in many ways felt like a big step down. I dont want to have another regret
To be honest a d70 to d5100 was a step down. The 5100 May have had more pixels but the body lacked quality and features like built in AF drive.
Yeah, I though at the time that the improvements in technology over time would have meant that the low end 5100 was still better that the 70, even if plastic and drive-less. Its hard to place the 7100/7000 relative to early models given they take SD etc. I cant afford to move away from DX so I guess that's the limit.
Given time you'll get onto FX. I have a D7000 just now but I'm hankering for an FX model. Might have to stick with the D610 as while the D750 & D800 are great, the mortgage still needs paid every month.
My plan is to slowly replace my DX lenses with FX lenses where I can, then when I make the FX switch it doesn't hurt nearly as much.
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I'm tempted but praise for the sensor isn't unanimous vs the 7000. Anyone else got any experience? I went from d70 to d5100 which in many ways felt like a big step down. I dont want to have another regret
To be honest a d70 to d5100 was a step down. The 5100 May have had more pixels but the body lacked quality and features like built in AF drive.
Yeah, I though at the time that the improvements in technology over time would have meant that the low end 5100 was still better that the 70, even if plastic and drive-less. Its hard to place the 7100/7000 relative to early models given they take SD etc. I cant afford to move away from DX so I guess that's the limit.
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You need to watch and make sure this isn't an import camera or else nikon will not honour the warranty. To get a work around you need to get a VAT receipt showing that VAT has been paid.
everything on digitalrev is import i would think
You need to watch and make sure this isn't an import camera or else nikon will not honour the warranty. To get a work around you need to get a VAT receipt showing that VAT has been paid.
719 here too
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Nikon Full Frame D750 DSLR Body £1,299.00 delivered @ Digitalrev.com

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I think this is the cheapest price for this full frame camera body. Is it worth it. How warranty works on this item? Next cheapest is £1674.98 so worth consideration...
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You don't get charged tax / import duty with Portus. When I first ordered from them I was a bit suspicious as I read their t&c's and it said something about customers being 'importers'. I called them and they told me that was something they had to say for legal reasons. They confirmed 100% that the camera would be shipped from the UK and sure enough it arrived quickly via UPS, as did the second one I ordered a few months later. I've recommended them to a couple of other people too neither of whom had any issues.
stellamaris
Portus Digital have it for £100 cheaper - £1199http://www.portusdigital.com/nikon-d750-digital-slr-camera-body.html
I have ordered two cameras from them last year and they're 100% reliable, use UPS couriers and stock is shipped from UK

You should post this deal. Nice one, but as I remember They are not that good with covering tax/costume charges as digital rev and ponamoz. Is this true?
Portus Digital have it for £100 cheaper - £1199
http://www.portusdigital.com/nikon-d750-digital-slr-camera-body.html
I have ordered two cameras from them last year and they're 100% reliable, use UPS couriers and stock is shipped from UK
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BLACKCAT247
Bit cheaper here at £1,279.40 and i've used Expedite electronics a few times..registered warranty with Nikon no probs and no import duty..only probs is they don't qualify for cashbackhttp://www.expeditelectronics.com/shopping/camera/digital-slr/nikon-d750-dslr-camera-body-only.html
No import duties as well ..shipped from UK
What did you buy from them? How the warranty works with them?
Last thing i bought was a Nikon 55-300vr lens and registered warranty as normal online with Nikon..Nikon honour worldwide warranties.

Edited By: BLACKCAT247 on Jan 04, 2015 23:16: more info
bNj
EUR 1.652,53 (£1 293) on Amazon.es : http://www.amazon.es/gp/product/B00NINZLKK (select Amazon as seller)

Seems like a safer option, for a bit more cash. Any issues buying from Amazon Spain?
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New Nikon DSLR Camera D3300 with 18-55mm VR II Lens kit £349.00 with free delivery @ DigitalRev Cameras

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First time posting a deal here, so please bear with me if I forget anything. I was searching for a beginner DSLR to buy and this one is one of the best and most recent ones available right now. Ove…
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Try Portus digital, good company, yes its a grey but so what....the same camera and lense package with 8gb card for £299

http://www.portusdigital.com/nikon-d3300-dslr-camera-3847.html

Looking at getting my d7100 from them soon
Slr hut is banned by hotukdeals. My post a few days ago was closed down.
edd13
...If grey import is not a problem than slr hut is cheaper, they also claim the import duty is prepayed (not sure about it though): ) ...
Good spot,depending on any difference between lack of or dissimilar"VR" refs. The actual wording for SLRHs alleged prepaid duties is:
"Note: We prepay all duties required to get the product in your hands, you will never be required to pay any additional taxes to receive your order, VAT is never charged on any order. " as lifted from
http://slrhut.co.uk/about-index/
Simple URL for subject cam at £329.99 delivered = http://slrhut.co.uk/product/ID1514C5/view or red (no "VR" ref) at £339.99 http://slrhut.co.uk/product/ID1690C5/view
I bought a Tamron Lens from Digital Rev that went faulty during the warranty period. The were fantastic in their customer support, yes i had to send it back to Hong Kong (postage paid of course) took just under three weeks to get it there and back. (no slower than the UK warranty firm). Plenty of emails from the support guy who was handling my claim. Cant recommend them enough. By the way the lens a 2.8 standard tele was over £100 cheaper than over here. My guess it was probably made on the same assembly line as whats in my local shops, yes there grey but then again they all are......
Have you bought from that site? Grey import or not, at least DR is a respectable site and I know I will receive the original item I purchased. Once I bought some earphones in an underground website, claiming it was original and all, but received a chinese counterfeit instead.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 32GB £539.00 @ DigitalRev (Local Warranty)

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First deal Ever! Hope it helps someone. I have been looking for a Note 4 deal for a long time and this is the cheapest I have seen. For those of you who missed out on the O2 deal recently, it mig…
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I am still on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2- and it works fine. I don't really see a need to upgrade to Note 3 or 4 at the cost of £500-600.


cool story bro

Thanks- true story as well!!!

Haha, beat response ever. GearVR is the reason to buy a note 4
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Ashamuk
someguy003
I am still on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2- and it works fine. I don't really see a need to upgrade to Note 3 or 4 at the cost of £500-600.


cool story bro

The really cool story is that my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was an upgrade that my mum did not want from T-mobile that they sold her for £20 two years ago. I bought the phone off her for £20 and got an ebay unlock code for £8.99. Total cost £28.99. Then I went on GiffGaff payg. Now, that's what I call really sticking it to the Man!!!. If only I could have done it to Apple- that would have been so sweet!!!

Coooool story brother! 5/5 stars
£549.99 now
Is this unlocked?
You can buy for £540 PAYG EE at the moment, will come with full 2 year Samsung warranty
Ashamuk
someguy003
I am still on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2- and it works fine. I don't really see a need to upgrade to Note 3 or 4 at the cost of £500-600.


cool story bro


Haha, beat response ever. GearVR is the reason to buy a note 4
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Sony A7 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera - £869.00 - Digital Rev

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This seems to have dropped a bit since it was posted last. Since I bought one from here a while ago I wanted to come and sing it's praise. Now I know that Digital Rev is a grey importer, but I've had
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It's even cheaper now. :)
I'm loving the images you're getting from the Mitakon.
Oh look, Sony just announced a few new lenses...

http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/sony-announces-the-new-fe-lenses/

28mm f/2 looks interesting. Hopefully not being Zeiss it will have a relatively reasonable price tag. Sham it doesn't come out until next March, but it's substancially better than the lens line-up we had yesterday!
Heat added. Was about to go canon 6d but having played with one of these last week I was very impressed
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Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM £249.00 @ DigitalRev

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New to HUKD so forgive If I mess up. This is the cheapest I could find this lens. All though the company are based and ships electronics from Hong Kong they have glowing reviews. Relatively new…
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I have this as a kit lens on my 70D. I find it a very good lens, and is indeed good as travel lens, if the size/weight don't bother you. Nice price too.
They also do the white box version for just £229.
susieqt
NickAnorak


You're right, this obsession is a black hole for money! oO

Keep an eye on this site if you don't already - if you create a login you can monitor prices of things you need... err WANT :D
and my other top tip if you don't know about it already is to take a look at this site - they very kindly stream their classes for free while they record them. They have a chat room so you can interact live with instructors and hosts and students round the world. Timing is good - next week is Photo Week so lots of choices! Good choice of older classes on the rewatch schedule for free too, 24/7

So there you go... I've spent all your disposable income and wiped out your social life for the foreseeable future :p

Thanks for you help it's much appreciated I'll check both sites out. I also really appreciate the help in the destruction of my life/bank account, that is also much appreciated :P
NickAnorak


You're right, this obsession is a black hole for money! oO

Keep an eye on this site if you don't already - if you create a login you can monitor prices of things you need... err WANT :D
and my other top tip if you don't know about it already is to take a look at this site - they very kindly stream their classes for free while they record them. They have a chat room so you can interact live with instructors and hosts and students round the world. Timing is good - next week is Photo Week so lots of choices! Good choice of older classes on the rewatch schedule for free too, 24/7

So there you go... I've spent all your disposable income and wiped out your social life for the foreseeable future :p
susieqt
I've been eyeing up this lens for a little while and the price hasn't dropped at all from the £299 mark so thanks for the heads up - now I have to have THAT conversation with myself LOL

The STM refers to the motor which is apparently quiet and very suitable for video as a walk-around lens on a crop frame sensor. I've used Digital Rev before and they were great - lens arrived quicker than it would from many UK suppliers (and I had the fun of tracking it on its long journey!)

On Monday Canon is expected to announce new cameras and lenses - the one I think is comparable to this is the EF 24-105mm F3.5-5.6 IS STM which could be used on either a crop sensor or full frame camera. Don't know what the pricing will be like - maybe this is what has prompted the price drop

Enjoy your new obsession and welcome to the money pit :D

hahaha, no problem. I've been scouring the internet for weeks for an "all-rounder" lens and finally came across this ( thank god, I was sick of looking at them! )

Awesome, it's great to have a first hand account of the service they provide I'm always dubious about buying electronics from overseas and from previous unused suppliers.But I may just go for it.:)

Ahhh, that could be the reason! I mean obviously the new lens will be more expensive so I'll still pick up this one. But that also prompts the question of " will others drop their prices in competition as it gets closer to the release dates of others?". DECISIONS, DECISIONS..

You're right, this obsession is a black hole for money! oO
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SONY Z1 COMPACT Sim Free - Black or White @ Digital Rev £279.00 Free Delivery plus 8% Quidco

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Have been on the look out for the last couple of months for this phone for under £300 as i want good spec on a compact phone. Looks a fair deal to me plus 8% Quidco & Free delivery The Xperia Z1 Co…
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Get the One Plus from Chigon on Aliexpress. I got the 64gb model, no customs or duty, delivered in 7 days from China for £267.22!

Also is it gor for Gorleston mate?

Edited By: corgi74 on Sep 01, 2014 07:04
Plus customs duty etc !
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Nikon D610 full frame camera body £1,039 @ DigitalRev £1,039.00

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Lowest price I've seen around for this full frame camera. The D600 is obviously cheaper but it has terrible manufacturing issues and it's not worth it over the later D610. Keep in mind it's DigitalRe…
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If you're happy with an import, hdewcameras.co.uk have it for £940

http://www.hdewcameras.co.uk/nikon-d610-body-1498-p.asp
Do they guarantee no vat/customs though?

They actually import themselves to a UK base and despatch to you within the UK (or you can collect) so no VAT/ Import problems. They will even issue a uk VAT invoice if requested - but the item is an import.


Edited By: Grahamdue on Aug 23, 2014 13:01: further explanation
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Rotmm
I saw this earlier when browsing DRev and I'm soooo tempted. I've got a 5200 at the moment and think I'm ready for the jump to full frame. The problem is buying new lenses on top of this price.

However this is a super hot price
Do you have a 50mm 1.8? If so, that's a good start. Also try looking into sigma lenses instead of Nikon, they are really good value for money.

No, I don't. I nearly bought one for my DX camera, but ended up getting a 35mm DX lens (so I could get something that was close to 50mm in full frame terms).

I think I'll hold off for awhile, or at least see what I would get for my current kit, before jumping. Still, such a hot price it's hard to resist and having bought from DigitalRev before and having an excellent experience, it's even harder ;)
Grahamdue
If you're happy with an import, hdewcameras.co.uk have it for £940

http://www.hdewcameras.co.uk/nikon-d610-body-1498-p.asp
Do they guarantee no vat/customs though?
If you're happy with an import, hdewcameras.co.uk have it for £940

http://www.hdewcameras.co.uk/nikon-d610-body-1498-p.asp
Rotmm
I saw this earlier when browsing DRev and I'm soooo tempted. I've got a 5200 at the moment and think I'm ready for the jump to full frame. The problem is buying new lenses on top of this price.

However this is a super hot price
Do you have a 50mm 1.8? If so, that's a good start. Also try looking into sigma lenses instead of Nikon, they are really good value for money.
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Sony a7 camera with 28-70mm lens £999.00 at DigitalRev

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The first mirrorless system camera with a full frame sensor is available for less than £1000 from DigitalRev. Amazon charge £1299 for one of these. Grey import from Hong Kong, but DigitalRev offer th…
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None UK Based Company, I think these usually get spammed.
Now dropped a tenner: £ 989.00
The main problem is not that they are a grey import but more the fact that many of the companies lie about the value of the package to reduce UK import duty,whereas as UK based companies have to pay full taxes and employ local people meaning they have no hope of competing on price.
Just a word on DigitalRev, i had a problem with a Tamron standard 2.8 zoom . I was given the option of getting it fixed in UK or sending it back to Hong Kong. The Tamron UK service centre were not very helpful. However DigitalRev were nothing less than exceptional. Not only did they cover the cost of sending it back to Hong Kong (which you would expect) but they reimbursed my cost to Tamrons service centre. Their customer care representative kept me up to date every step of the way . Yes the lens was gone for 9 ish days but Tamrons service centre were no quicker.
Grey import yes but there all made in China anyway.

By the way great price on a fantastic camera ... Heat.
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Grey import you haven't stated as such, cold on principle as it's misleading.
Thanks for the advice. I've corrected the deal.

Fair play, sorry mate :)
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White Or Black Sony Z1 Compact - £279.00 @ DigitalRev

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Product Highlights Large 1/2.3″, 20.7 MP image sensor27 mm wide angle lens with bright F2.04.3 inch HD TRILUMINOS Display2.2 GHz Qualcomm MSM8974 Quad CoreHD video recording (1080p)Internal: 16GB (…
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would you liable for import tax ?
i just had an live chat with one of their advisor's and asked them about the phone.......

CS Representative 03:
Thanks. We are based in Hong Kong and all packages will be shipped from Hong Kong. The product is considered as an import product when it arrives UK. Grey market refers to legally imported goods but unofficial by the original manufacturer. Following this description, our goods will be considered grey market. The product itself will be the same as what you can buy locally in the UK.
I checked out their returns policy on their website and all it says is no quibble 14 day refund. That either means they're great, or too good to be true! Personally I'd give it a go..... But make sure you purchase on a credit card thus giving you purchase protection if it all goes tits up!
parasitemol
Fantastic price, has anyone had experience ordering from this company?
yes they are reputable, but im pretty sure its all imported from hong kong. That doesnt mean its not a uk version though. They have their own youtube show about photography which is very popular.
Fantastic price, has anyone had experience ordering from this company?