Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ7 £224.49 @ pixmania (plus code & Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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I have been lurking (and benefiting) for a while and wanted to contribute something so here goes:

Pixmania have this camera at a good price but if you use the code VATBACK (before 6 January) then you get 2.5% off the price and if you go through Quidco then the overall price comes down to £224.49 delivered.

The video on this camera is amazing and a lovely big screen.

I know this might not be the absolute cheapest for this camera but Pixmania probably has a more sound reputation than some online retailers.

(Image URLS is a bit beyond me so apologies if I have made a mess of this bit)

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#1
£224.49:w00t:
#2
less than 200 and i'm buying
#3
Not bad price for a TZ7. If anyone can find it cheaper post it here - I'd be interested.
I'm only going off what other people say on here but apparently Simply electronics and Camerabox supply grey imports (I'm not sure about pixmania) so please don't compare their marginally lower prices.
I did buy this 4 weeks ago (off fleabay) and am really impressed - UK seller and £220 with a 4gb mem card.
Definately a camera worth getting and by far the best compact I've ever owned.
#4
this camera is cheaper at simply electronics £212 tried to put in link but do not know how! Sorry!
I have just bought one and its brilliant!
#6
Pixmania don't have a good rep at all - they also (like other retailers mentioned in this thread) frequently supply products without a UK warranty.

Plus, OP will need to edit as you can't include Quidco in your price as it's not guaranteed.
#7
May be a good price but its Pixmania!!
#8
camerabox.co.uk is selling it at £214.99 plus £7 postage. I'm also waiting for it to come below £200
#9
http://www.buyacamera.co.uk/xsearch.asp?searchtype=Name&searchfor=PANASONICLUMIXTZ7&pt=f

alternatively if you are concerned pay the extra £20 and get it from Amazon.co.uk
#10
vikasbhasin
camerabox.co.uk is selling it at £214.99 plus £7 postage. I'm also waiting for it to come below £200


Grey import again.
#11
Bought this in the summer great camera but over-rated - Face recognition finds faces but not the people it rememebrs, the HD videoing is a waste of space and lastly you can only use genuine panasonic batteries in it.

Don't deal with camerbox as they conned me on postage, the second battery and never answered calls ot emails
#12
got mine when it first came out £280. hd vid is good not as good as a hd camcorder but not far from it also will hav dmc tz9 out end of jan but still a very good camera review on cnet
#13
loopie
less than 200 and i'm buying


here here! :-D
#14
bombermills
got mine when it first came out £280. hd vid is good not as good as a hd camcorder but not far from it also will hav dmc tz9 out end of jan but still a very good camera review on cnet


y'all might as well wait til then, cause if the tz7 is gonna drop in price, its gonna be then!


ps cant find much on the tz9 apart from this pic, is this it? if so, its gone down to 10 x zoom!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/osde-info/1518490086/
#15
Sorry for a little more i would have to go with the Canon S90 simply stunning at higher iso and just amazing shots , the tz7 aint bad but the high iso is bad and the softness i had from the tz wasnt brill. i had the tz5 that is, i hope it has improved for anyone.

The canon s90 as good as the g11 if not better and thats getting quite close dslr pics. Not as fast but q picture is brill.
#16
[QUOTE=TiscaliSurvivor]Bought this in the summer great camera but over-rated - Face recognition finds faces but not the people it rememebrs, the HD videoing is a waste of space and lastly you can only use genuine panasonic batteries in it.

Valid moan, but 100's of reviews elsewhere (myself included) would rate this camera highly.

ps I got this camera a few months back from CDiscount using codes and quidco and got it for under £200...I knew I was on to a winner back then thanks to HUKD
#17
This is a great camera, I have had one about a month. You CAN buy a non-Panasonic battery as I have done and it works fine. Have a look online, my battery is a "INOV8" brand.
#18
TiscaliSurvivor
Bought this in the summer great camera but over-rated - Face recognition finds faces but not the people it rememebrs, the HD videoing is a waste of space and lastly you can only use genuine panasonic batteries in it.

Don't deal with camerbox as they conned me on postage, the second battery and never answered calls ot emails


Couple of things in my experience:

1) HD Video is amazing, but only in decent natural light.
2) You can buy compatible batteries from the likes of Play.com that work.
3) I'd never buy from Camerabox, you will no doubt have a grey import and no UK warranty.
#19
Grey Import or not, consumer law will give you 12months warranty if the retailer is UK based

http://www.camerabox.co.uk/aboutus.asp

Which it seems they are, then under UK law there is a 12month warranty on that product.
#20
schizoboy
Grey Import or not, consumer law will give you 12months warranty if the retailer is UK based

http://www.camerabox.co.uk/aboutus.asp

Which it seems they are, then under UK law there is a 12month warranty on that product.


Fair enough, but I'd rather have my warranty with no quibble.
#21
Apparently EU Law means any device that can record video continuously for more than 15minutes, is a "camcorder" and so all the CE/EU models are limited so as to avoid a nasty import camcorder tax.

Can anyone confirm they have a 15minute limit on their HD Video recording capability and if they have managed to firmware update/bypass it???
#22
It has been mentioned elsewhere that Pixmania was purchased by DSG therefore falling under the Dixons sales umbrella.

Bear in mind any purchase made from a company registered overseas means NO uk consumer law coverage of ANY kind and any credit card coverage might be just as limited or completely nil.

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/legal/cmr1_cmp918_cm.html

If that is right and I have no reason to believe it's not a French Company then any UK law that protects you normally quickly becomes null due to that French Registration and expect a complete nightmare chasing them up should the slightest thing go wrong just because it has a UK VAT Number and a UK 0844 number which no doubt is forwarded abroad does not mean you are entitled any UK rights.

I don't mind HUKD including foreign merchants, which Pixmania most definately is, unless someone can prove to me otherwise, but they should be clearly stated as such on HUKD with possibly a guide showing all the rights you lose in dealing with such companies.
#23
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DSG_International_plc#Pixmania

It would seem DSG did buy them, but they still operate as a French Limited Company, buy at your own risk.

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