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Ps4 camera £39.00 Amazon free delivery

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Back to stock, new generation Ps4 camera in excellent price
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undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?

I think its a fair question to be honest...

I wouldn't have had a clue so the question (and in some ways your answer) were beneficial to the uninformed types, like myself.

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#1
Not an excellent price.
Standard price
But hard to find
#2
Creatzy
Not an excellent price.
Standard price
But hard to find


Usually cost around £50 +/- £5 so for me is cheap :-p
2 Likes #3
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
#4
any difference from first camera and v2 part from the look?
3 Likes #5
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !

Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.
2 Likes #6
undertakeaap
any difference from first camera and v2 part from the look?

none.
2 Likes #7
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.

I bought a few Move controllers from Sainsburys before the PS4 launched for something like £8 each. They had already announced the Move controllers would be compatible with the PS4 so seemed worth the risk back then.
#8
I paid slightly more than this at tesco last week so not a massive deal but still a saving
2 Likes #9
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.
I think you mean £40 in CEX. They give £28 trade in!
#10
Is this essential for the VR headset?
2 Likes #11
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
Yes. The move controllers are optional though.
#12
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?


how you expect the vr to work?
#13
I paid £45 in Argos this week. Ordered from Amazon and will be returning other one.
#14
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !


Useless? You need it for Ps4 VR.....
#15
problem is no decent games on vr yet. that'll take a while and by that time prices on a lot of these will have dropped.
6 Likes #16
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?

I think its a fair question to be honest...

I wouldn't have had a clue so the question (and in some ways your answer) were beneficial to the uninformed types, like myself.
1 Like #17
paprykosrmv
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Useless? You need it for Ps4 VR.....
Didn't know PSVR was released last year....
#18
Check the Amazon warehouse. I got one when they had 20% off and cost me just under £30.and it was still sealed. There's 4 atm for £36.66
#19
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.

Not sure why though, the old move controllers will likely not last long as the lithium batteries degrade


Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 13, 2016 13:36
#20
Run it through Flubit, picked mine up when they were last in stock for £34.
#21
coco2007
Run it through Flubit, picked mine up when they were last in stock for £34.

waste of time, they told me i already found the best price when i tried a few weeks ago, having waited over a day for an offer, and then the amazon item went out of stock. Flubit are poor

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 13, 2016 13:45
#22
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !

Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.



True, bought mine last year for £20 only bought it so my PS4 would log me in via face recognition.
#23
jayjayuk1234
coco2007
Run it through Flubit, picked mine up when they were last in stock for £34.
waste of time, they told me i already found the best price when i tried a few weeks ago, having waited over a day for an offer, and then the amazon item went out of stock. Flubit are poor

Agreed, they can be very hit-and-miss and I've missed out on deals in the same way.

I also tried a few weeks ago though (3-4 at most) and it worked for me, and arrived pretty quick.

Just ran it through FB now and it's come back at £37.89 so not as good as it was previously. Still saves a few quid and appears to be working at the moment.
#24
jayjayuk1234
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.

Not sure why though, the old move controllers will likely not last long as the lithium batteries degrade



i bought mine for something like £15 for 2 from blockbuster. so that gives you an idea of how long ago it was. still work perfectly.
#25
Deedie
jayjayuk1234
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.
Not sure why though, the old move controllers will likely not last long as the lithium batteries degrade
i bought mine for something like £15 for 2 from blockbuster. so that gives you an idea of how long ago it was. still work perfectly.

Lucky, i got both mine out and they wouldn't charge
#26
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!

The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
#27
Decent price but you may as well just buy the older PS4 camera because functionally it is exactly the same.
#28
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!

£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
#29
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!
1 Like #30
JoeSpur
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!

Even so, a grand is over-ambitious :)

Thankfully my running total is much lower (just over £400 without games) for the same setup (Pro + PSVR + camera + Move), would choke if it were near a grand!
#31
jayjayuk1234
haritori
furbars
You couldn't give these away last year, people labeled them the same as the PS TV ie useless !
Foresight is key.. I posted a thread very early this year telling everyone to buy PS Moves for the sub £10 CEX were selling them for, they are now going for £30.00 a piece.
Not sure why though, the old move controllers will likely not last long as the lithium batteries degrade

Ive had mine since launch and they hold a charge pretty well.
2 Likes #32
coco2007
JoeSpur
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!

Even so, a grand is over-ambitious :)

Thankfully my running total is much lower (just over £400 without games) for the same setup (Pro + PSVR + camera + Move), would choke if it were near a grand!


Cool story bro. Shame it's not true
#33
coco2007
JoeSpur
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!

Even so, a grand is over-ambitious :)

Thankfully my running total is much lower (just over £400 without games) for the same setup (Pro + PSVR + camera + Move), would choke if it were near a grand!


Cool story bro. Shame it's not true
#34
h2yprboy
coco2007
JoeSpur
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!

Even so, a grand is over-ambitious :)

Thankfully my running total is much lower (just over £400 without games) for the same setup (Pro + PSVR + camera + Move), would choke if it were near a grand!


Cool story bro. Shame it's not true


Unless you stole the PS4 Pro there's no way you got it all for just over £400.
PS4 Pro £349 (minimum £239)
PSVR £349 (minimum £280?)
PlayStation Camera £39 (minimum £19)
Move controllers x2 £69 (minimum £12)

Total £806 (minimum around £550)
#35
coco2007
JoeSpur
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!
Even so, a grand is over-ambitious :)
Thankfully my running total is much lower (just over £400 without games) for the same setup (Pro + PSVR + camera + Move), would choke if it were near a grand!

Im calling BULLSHYT on that!
#36
phewcharyztik
h2yprboy
coco2007
JoeSpur
coco2007
JoeSpur
undertakeaap
Vanderlust
Is this essential for the VR headset?
how you expect the vr to work?
With the VR headset maybe? Not everyone knows this things!
The full cost can come up to around £1000 for people who don't know where and what to buy, there always seems to be another piece of the puzzle to get the damn thing working!
£1000??? How on earth did you arrive at that figure?
I mean if you are buying a PS4 Pro from scratch, brand new, and then extra controllers, Move controllers, camera, PSVR... then you find out it doesn't work with your bloody TVs!
Even so, a grand is over-ambitious :)
Thankfully my running total is much lower (just over £400 without games) for the same setup (Pro + PSVR + camera + Move), would choke if it were near a grand!
Cool story bro. Shame it's not true
Unless you stole the PS4 Pro there's no way you got it all for just over £400.
PS4 Pro £349 (minimum £239)
PSVR £349 (minimum £280?)
PlayStation Camera £39 (minimum £19)
Move controllers x2 £69 (minimum £12)
Total £806 (minimum around £550)

I did say this is MY RUNNING TOTAL. Fair to say I haven't been extrodinarily lucky with mental deals or anything, just savvy shopping and careful use of vouchers/cashback/resale:

PS4 Pro - £162 after sale of PS4 & cashback & Tesco CC vouchers
PSVR - around £183 after Amazon vouchers (from TopCashBack), additional cashback earned, and £50 profit from selling my "spare" unit.
Move controllers - £14 (got the last two from CEX online before they went up in price!)
Camera - £34.
1 Like #37
Hmmm... If I win the PSVR in the flame deer hunt then I'll consider buying this :p
#38
Spent 459 on a 4K TV, 379 on the Pro Bundle and 35 on controller. Hopefully get cash back and credit on the TV and Very Pro order though. If it does that's £180 off the total. Still have headset and now this camera thing it seems.

Haven't had a TV in nearly 9 years now but the missus took an interest after seeing the drive club VR demo on social media so..

Anyway, about the silly how do you think it works question, well I was assuming algorithms, accelerometers and a bunch of other sensors. Robots and drones know where they are in space, many without GPS. But yes, I don't design VR headsets so I don't know exactly how PSVR works, having only heard about it a couple of weeks ago. Will read up on it all at some point.

Waiting on the headset price to drop right now. £350 everywhere oO
1 Like #39
Vanderlust
Spent 459 on a 4K TV, 379 on the Pro Bundle and 35 on controller. Hopefully get cash back and credit on the TV and Very Pro order though. If it does that's £180 off the total. Still have headset and now this camera thing it seems.
Haven't had a TV in nearly 9 years now but the missus took an interest after seeing the drive club VR demo on social media so..
Anyway, about the silly how do you think it works question, well I was assuming algorithms, accelerometers and a bunch of other sensors. Robots and drones know where they are in space, many without GPS. But yes, I don't design VR headsets so I don't know exactly how PSVR works, having only heard about it a couple of weeks ago. Will read up on it all at some point.
Waiting on the headset price to drop right now. £350 everywhere oO

While the stock is still in short supply and the demand is high, it's highly unlikely to get a price cut. I managed to get mine when it was briefly £332 on Amazon but those prices seem to be long gone for the moment...
#40
Great Find :)

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