Nikon Coolpix L830 16MP Bridge Camera ARGOS £119.99 - HotUKDeals
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Down from £239.99

The Nikon Coolpix L830 16MP Bridge Camera boasts a Hybrid VR (5-axis vibration reduction) that counters camera shake for precise shots. The 7.5 cm screen lets you shoot from a variety of angles for dynamic photos and Full HD movies. The side zoom lever makes operation steady for extra stability.

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We bought this on christmas eve (same price as on this hot deal) for our 9 year old. He hasn't put it down ! It's a great camera . Heat added. Easy to use, replaceable batteries, great zoom , easy interface. Great colour.
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dazzlegirl
We bought this on christmas eve (same price as on this hot deal) for our 9 year old. He hasn't put it down ! It's a great camera . Heat added. Easy to use, replaceable batteries, great zoom , easy interface. Great colour.

Ive got pretty much the exact same product from Samsung. Had it about 2 years now and works fantastically well and very easy to use.
#3
Panasonic LUMIX Fz72 is around this price after cashback
#4
roadrunner1
Panasonic LUMIX Fz72 is around this price after cashback

I thought the Lumix worked out at about £155 after cashback - quite a difference. I'd personally go for the Lumix if you can stretch to it though
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badger2609
roadrunner1
Panasonic LUMIX Fz72 is around this price after cashback

I thought the Lumix worked out at about £155 after cashback - quite a difference. I'd personally go for the Lumix if you can stretch to it though

Yes your right, £155. Certainly worth a look.
1 Like #6
Sorry to dampen your spirits OP, argos sold this camera for £109.99 only 2 weeks ago, some how they forgot to state this in their advert so it's up £10 not down from £239.99 - it's called misleading the consumer!

Edited By: Billythebubble on Dec 27, 2014 10:12
#7
AA battery power and no viewfinder: so a pointless brick of a camera at a price which would buy a very decent compact these days. There's a reason why these things keep coming up at various 'bargain' prices at Argos - they must have a shed full of them.

Worth £50 - really!

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