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Manfrotto 190XDB Tripod + 496RC2 Ball Head Kit £84.99 @ RGB Photo (Free Delivery)

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Excellent value starter kit - bought separately you would pay around £80 for the tripod and approximately £50 for the head. The head has rapid connect and friction control making in a very versat…
bobking Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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Good deal just for the head
Just bought the head on it's own for £52, so this is a very good offer.
This is a very good price indeed. Have some heat <3
Thats a very good price.....
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Manfrotto 190XPROB Photo Tripod - £60.00 with free delivery @ RGB

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Next cheapest is £101 on Amazon Ideal for SLR Camera's / Lens The 190XPROB makes the famous Manfrotto-patented horizontal centre column feature even easier to use. Now, by extending the col…
Restyle Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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out of stock
Lol mickey mouse store in Boro
OOS already :0(
Excellent find, ordered thanks :)
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Nikon D7000 DSLR - Now £889.00 @ RGB Photo

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Currently cheapest I have seen anywhere
tee_tee Avatar5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago8 Comments
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jaysonic
tee_tee
Is that meant to be a joke?


Only if it amuses you oO


It didnt amuse me but its cool ;)

Edited By: tee_tee on Feb 23, 2011 12:06
tee_tee
Is that meant to be a joke?

Only if it amuses you oO
About 60 notes more, but Jessops offer 12 months interest free if that helps anyone...
I bought one in January and paid £999 for it! :|

Upgraded from my D80 to this - Awesome camera.

Some of you may want to hold out - there will be a D5100 coming soon.
Good find ... I can't wait for it to hit £800 :) then the D60 is going on eBay !
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Panasonic DMW-PHH13 Soft Leather Camera Case TZ7 TZ8 TZ10 - £11.98 delivered @ RGB Photo

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Digital camera case for Lumix TZ series, case was £19.99. Don't know who the retailer is but I have just received email with tracking info. Price includes delivery of £1.99 or collect in-store fr…
jonmat Avatar5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago3 Comments
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royals
garbage, get a lowepro 30aw instead, weather ish proof....lots of pockets ,etc

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FLowepro-Apex-Digital-Camera-Pouch%2Fdp%2FB000KZBOQY]Your text here[/url]

got one for my tz10


http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/wda0979l.jpg
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garbage, get a lowepro 30aw instead, weather ish proof....lots of pockets ,etc

Your text here

got one for my tz10
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Nikon D7000 body £899.00 delivered @ RGB Photo

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Seems to be at least £50 cheaper than anywhere else. And this is a reputable UK store. I presume those voting cold are Canon users? *_*
sn0wleopard Avatar5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago7 Comments
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I had my eye on one of these, BUT was disappointed in the Continuous Shooting mode not able to shoot for more than 3 seconds in RAW.
See review here...and I was set on getting a Nikon too ;-(
http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Nikon_D7000/index.shtml
(check 3min 50secs & 8min 30secs - or is he comparing RAW (D7000) vs Fine Jpeg (60D) ???
The Canon 60D coped alot better, taking pictures for longer albeit at 5.3 fps.
Now considering a 7D with 8fps..
ACunningPlan
Good Deal, Good Camera (and I am a Canon user!)

;)

jeeves
lowest it's been , but got my sight set on the pentax k-5 as soon as this hits £900 , i'm buying one

Come on, jeeves, get the Nikon! %)
great camera, but when buying such a stuff i want to deal face to face shops. bought 2 weeks ago for £1179. (but because i work for ministry of justice i got 7% off, and in total it costed me £1060 with kit lense).

i love this camera !!!
lowest it's been , but got my sight set on the pentax k-5 as soon as this hits £900 , i'm buying one
Good Deal, Good Camera (and I am a Canon user!)
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Canon Digital IXUS 105 IS Silver Digital Camera £79.99 delivered @ RGB Photo

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This seems like a reasonable deal, with no vouchers, cashback or other hoops to jump through to get the price. There is no HD video - only VGA - and CHDK firmware isn't supported. They also ha…
ahenry Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago1 Comment
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The same camera in Aqua
Reviews at Amazon

The thread when it was£59 from M&S
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Nikon 55-300 VR £249.99 delivered - UK Stock RGBPhoto

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* High-powered 5.5x DX zoom lens with super-telephoto reach. * Flexible 55-300mm focal length (35 mm equivalent 82.5-450mm). * Vibration Reduction II (VR II) stabilization system. Lets you…
Bertt Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago2 Comments
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Good price for those (read ME) that missed out on the Jacobs bargain.

It is £256.70 @ amazon just now http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nikon-NIKKOR-55-300mm-4-5-5-6G-VR/dp/B003ZSHNCC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1295140913&sr=1-1

Think i'll hold out for the Nikon AF-S VR 70-300 f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED based on reviews. Not really comparable for the price though.
good offer but not as good as the Jacobs one between Christmas and New Year £199..... We bought 2 one for me and one for the hubby.
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Nikon 18-55mm f3.5-5.6G AF-S VR DX NIKKOR SLR Lens - £69.00 - RGB Photo

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•Popular zoom range coverage from 18 to 55mm (35mm equivalent: 27-82.5mm), perfect for everything from everyday images to breathtaking landscape shots. •Vibration Reduction (VR) stabilization system…
scarper Avatar5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago16 Comments
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Congrats to the ppl who got this... missed out.. :(
thank you for you order but unfortunately we are unable to supply you with item,

we will cancel and refund your order straight away.

we only had three lenses available and eight people ordered the lens within 30 mins,

unfortunately our website was unable to update quick enough.

We sincerely apologies for this mistake.
And now its back in stock - but now at £129.99
Bummer - should have bought it when I saw this earlier!
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Canon EF-S 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 IS Lens £219.00 delivered @ RGB Photo

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A good lens - the lowest price I've seen it at.
VictorMeldrew Avatar5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago14 Comments
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they are foreign import lenses too... + the people in the store at middlesbrough are complete dicks.
I have read that RGB do split kit lenses which I assume is perhaps from people wanting to buy a body only when no stock perhaps but you do tend to get a lens or camera body that is slightly cheaper.

I have read of a lot of people getting 24-105mm f/4 L IS lenses in a white box from the Canon 5D kits
chortle
Great. I need a lens to replace my 18-55mm that came with my E350 kit. After a couple of years it died, leaving me with only a macro lens. I need to take some photos in a range slightly above my macro capability. 20mm-25mm would do it.


I wouldn't bother with this lens then. You can pick up a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS (supplied with the 550d) for about £150. I am sceptical of these 'super' zoom lenses. More often than not they are awful.
akexuk
Good price but who would want to use it?
http://www.photozone.de/canon-eos/462-canon_18135_3556is



A poor show in terms of optical quality. This is not the first review to state this either....
Great. I need a lens to replace my 18-55mm that came with my E350 kit. After a couple of years it died, leaving me with only a macro lens. I need to take some photos in a range slightly above my macro capability. 20mm-25mm would do it.

Edited By: chortle on Dec 20, 2010 18:43
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Nikon D90 *body only* £549.99 @RGB Photo - free delivery

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lowest price I've seen for D90 body only, for those who already have the lenses and appreciate a good quality picture. £619 on amazon uk and jessops. ***************** SPEC: 12.3 megapixel…
zaft Avatar6y, 2d agoFound 6 years, 2 days ago11 Comments
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Really good IQ for the money but the video mode is a bit of a let down.
Bertt
I've been waiting to see how low this goes with the D7000 now replacing it. The D90 will work with all the legacy lenses that some of us have. Still hoping for £500...

Whilst the D7000 is a great camera, at double the price I don't see it as a replacement, it will however replace the D300 and D700 in most situations.

The D90 is a great camera and well worth the money.
sunkissed
nice price but am torn between this and the canon 550d. sold my last nikon slr so i will prob go for a change and try out the canon 550D as there are some good deals out for that aswell with lens


Having used both, I would go for the D90 any day of the week, but horses for courses...
I've been waiting to see how low this goes with the D7000 now replacing it. The D90 will work with all the legacy lenses that some of us have. Still hoping for £500...
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Panasonic G2 Lumix Digital SLR + 14-42mm Lens - Black, Blue or Red (+ Photoshop Elements 9 Free) £419.99p @ RGB Photo

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•LUMIX G Micro System - Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera •Touch-screen Free-angle LCD & Contrast AF System •Dual Full-time Live View for LCD & LVF •12.1-megapixel Live MOS Sensor & Intelligen…
coathanger Avatar6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago1 Comment
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all gone now :o(
REALLY REALLY wanted this camera in red at this price.grrrrrr
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Nikon D7000 body £949.00 or body + 18-105 VR £1129 at RGBPhoto

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Latest Nikon D7000 camera. 16.2MP DSLR.
Spod Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago7 Comments
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janlim
I taught it was D700? :)


Its a new model. There is an existing D700, but this is the new D7000, to replace/improve on the D90.

Needs to drop in price a bit, I feel to be a hot deal - other cameras much better value at this price.
I taught it was D700? :)
waiting to go around £800 that's when I'll go for it . maybe Christmas?
Spod
Damn that was quick to go oos!

UK release date has slipped back, so no stock until early November I believe.
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Nikon D3100 DSLR Body Only - £429.99 @ RGB Photo

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Looks like a good price for this new camera. Due to be released on 27 September. The stunningly simple-to-use D3100 is every family's answer to beautiful images. Whether the moment calls for a f…
funkymonkeyboy Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago10 Comments
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is this better than a d90? i was going to buy the d90...(cant afford the d7000)
Now £399.97 @ Dabs
It's as simple as that...if they label it at entry level...they should know there would be too much experimenting going on...that means lots of lenses...
at least Canon got it right this way...

And mind you that even the glass with SWM/HSM that suits the entry/enthusiast level is still slow....if you get a 55-200 that's 4-5.6, or a 70-300 that goes up to 6.3, then we are talking about slow lenses....at least not as fast the 2.8 ones... and because of that, they require good lighting otherwise they'll hunt...so back to square one....

In my own humble opinion, Sony got that covered with the in-body focus motor and vibration reduction.... this way newbies don't have to do lots of research and can just focus on the optical performance of the lens...but again, I'm a Nikon fan and not a sony person....so....gotta stick to what i've got :)

debates and arguments would never end when a feature in a camera is involved. I remember witnessing pages of argument regarding the VR feature and whether it's a "fancy" name to catch newbies or it is really worth the money...
you'll find people from each camp taking their side and hammer each other :)

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wnofal
Gotta hate Nikon for making another one without an in-body focus motor!
If truly this's intended for entry level, they should've added the motor, this way way you can use cheaper lenses that are not AF-S/AF-I.
AF-S and AF-I, being quite good lenses with built-in SWM, are quite expensive. even if you're looking at other manufacturers, the likes of sigma and tamron...their lenses with HSM tend to be quite pricey.


When I was buying my D5000, a friend said not to worry too much about the lack of in-body motor, as the lenses without built-in motors are much slower to focus anyway. This is probably more frustrating for a DSLR newbie than having to pull out a bit of extra cash, or having to save up to buy all the lenses they want.
wnofal
Gotta hate Nikon for making another one without an in-body focus motor!
If truly this's intended for entry level, they should've added the motor, this way way you can use cheaper lenses that are not AF-S/AF-I.
AF-S and AF-I, being quite good lenses with built-in SWM, are quite expensive. even if you're looking at other manufacturers, the likes of sigma and tamron...their lenses with HSM tend to be quite pricey.


When I was buying my D5000, a friend said not to worry too much about the lack of in-body motor, as the lenses without built-in motors are much slower to focus anyway. This is probably more frustrating for a DSLR newbie than having to pull out a bit of extra cash, or having to save up to buy all the lenses they want.
Was reading it yesterday...the comparison between the D3000, D5000 and D3100 seems to be in the D3100 favour, although the D5000 still gets points :)

I do have a D60 too, and use Nikon glass, the 18-55 vr II, 55-200 vr and a brilliant 28-80 3.3f
Think if we had a body with a focus motor, could've got the 50mm 1.8 for less than £100, the 70-300 (not as great as the 70-200 but good for experimenting), the 28-80 3.3f that is brilliant optically...and so on..

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Canon 500D Body £269.99 @ RGB Photo

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Fantastic price for a good DSLR. Slightly older model but still a great camera. * 15.1 MP CMOS sensor * Full HD (1080p) movies * High ISO up to 12800 for low-light conditions * 3…
joll200x Avatar6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago12 Comments
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chrisjudd;8947761
That will be a stonking price if you do, wish I'd seen this earlier!


no such luck, got a canx email, nothing ventured........:)
I bought a Nikon 18-200 from them a few weeks ago. I popped in to the shop. Small shop but very helpful and good prices.
Rudz;8947653
it's now available at £469.99, I had one sitting in my basket at £269.99, I just put the order through and recieved a confirmation for £269.99, hope i get it, fingers crossed ;-)


That will be a stonking price if you do, wish I'd seen this earlier!
it's now available at £469.99, I had one sitting in my basket at £269.99, I just put the order through and recieved a confirmation for £269.99, hope i get it, fingers crossed ;-)
Strange how it went out of stock at £269.99 then was back in at £469.99 later on?
Looks like it was just a cover up for the misprice!
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Sony A450 14MP Digital SLR Camera + 18-55mm SAM DT Lens £469.99 delivered @ RGB Photo

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Best price this camera has ever been. very good reviews and a very good alternative to the likes of a Nikon d5000. The Sony Alpha A450 Digital SLR will allow you to capture incredible images that a…
andyken Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago2 Comments
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Out of stock.
I have a Sony A200 and a Sony A700 and love em both.Don't be a sheep and feel that you must have a Nikon or Canon to be a good photographer.I never went to a store to see any of the cameras for myself(bought of internet and got lucky that they are perfect for me) but I would recommend going to your nearest camera store and testing them out first so you know what feels right for you.
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Canon EF-S 17-85 IS USM lens £249.00.99 @ RGB

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Exceptional zoom range for all EF-S mount bodies Superb image quality Lightweight and compact Image Stabilizer - up to 3 stops compensation Fast near-silent USM AF Super Spectra coatings Circula…
Goose74 Avatar6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago36 Comments
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frakison;8397714
You are clearly either in the wrong ball park or just deluded :roll:, if you want perfection of course a lens like this will disappoint.... thats why its cheaper :roll: HOWEVER, for us non-pixel peepers out there, this is a good lens (love your admission to buying 2 of these "crap" lenses LOL!!)


I have done a lot of research with both these lenses, and one thing I will say is I am not wrong.

They are good lenses, but not as good as some others.

Someone mentioned the Tamron 17-50 - AMAZING lens I will say, L quality.
aircanman;8394837
Loving the rant btw, I did not for one minute say I was a L glass user, yes I have owned a couple of L lenses, but to be honest, with the type of photography I do I dont use them.

While the Sigma lens has very good reviews, on a personal level, (I have had 2 copies of that lens) - I have found its colour reproduction to be less vivid compared to a canon equivalent. Plus there is no point having the f2.8 when its only at 17mm. Plus the lens needs quite alot of light.

You get what you pay for, this is better than the 17-70 though.


aircanman;8395772
I think the main reason the 17-70 gets better reviews is down to its price and the fact that its not a Canon, the main manufacturers always get a hammering because they charge a so called premium.


You are clearly either in the wrong ball park or just deluded :roll:, if you want perfection of course a lens like this will disappoint.... thats why its cheaper :roll: HOWEVER, for us non-pixel peepers out there, this is a good lens (love your admission to buying 2 of these "crap" lenses LOL!!)
wombat6025;8390359
Was playing with this on my friends D50 earlier tonight (he's a semi-pro photographer) - cracking lens. I've no knowledge about RGB as a retailer though so I won't vote hot or cold.


I bought a Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 (Nikon fit) off them a few months ago and they are reliable.

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I disagree. The 15-85 is a relatively expensive canon and gets good reviews. The 17-85 is flawed in a number of ways and gets mediocre reviews.

The good reviews of the 17-70 OS HSM I've read are mostly based on test data. 2.8-4 isn't bad, there are plenty of L lenses that are constant F4.
colonel;8395399
no, the new 17-70mm OS has a new ED and a new ALD element over the old non-OS version.
It has vastly better reviews then the canon 17-85mm
17-70mm also has better build quality then 17-85mm


I think the main reason the 17-70 gets better reviews is down to its price and the fact that its not a Canon, the main manufacturers always get a hammering because they charge a so called premium.
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Nikon D90 with 18-105mm Kit Lens and Free Delivery + Cashback £684.98 @ RGB Photo

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First deal posted. I know it is not a great one but I have been waiting for ages to get a Nikon D90. The price of £744.98 is the cheapest I have seen it for a while, but not that much cheaper than the…
malaprop Avatar6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago9 Comments
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mcampster;8131175
Found a better price at Dixons using code 5DIXONS. £718 then minus £60 cash back making it £658.

And another £24 back via Quidco :thumbsup:
Typical lol I have been waiting for ages and finally take the plunge as the price had not dropped for ages only for it to happen two days later.
Found a better price at Dixons using code 5DIXONS. £718 then minus £60 cash back making it £658.
dave111;8118156
what good low light lenses would be suitable ie f2 or under.


IMO, one of the best value options is an f1.8 50mm prime. You can pick up one for around £100. i.e Amazon
Make sure buying from this company entitles you to cashback![/QUOTE]

Phew :oops: you worried me with that sentence. I have looked on the Nikon site and they confirm any purchase made from UK shop is covered, ideally from an authorised stockist, which this company is, or at least it appears on the Nikon site as an approved retailer.
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Sony Alpha A850 + 28-75mm Lens Kit, £1700 @ RGB Photo £1,699.99

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Sony Alpha A850 + 28-75mm Lens Kit Next cheapest is £2059.99 http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/prod1180.html * Dimensions (Approx.) : (WHD) 6-1/8" x 4-5/8" x 3-1/4" (156.3 x 116.9 x 81.9mm…
dhope Avatar6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago13 Comments
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Sony 900 was cheaper on here a few months back.
J9STL;7999835
@ Kiwikeen, you win, this list for Sony alpha compats only shows 131 lenses.........
http://www.mhohner.de/sony-minolta/lenses.php?ov=1#zooms
I am aware M42 lenses can be mounted on other makes, although I do recall some infinty focus problems on some Nikons.
@garibaldi, the list above shows that there is a decent amount of glass out there for Sony's, not as far behind Canon as you inferred.


You're right there is plenty of glass out there. In fact I would agree that this would satisfy most photographers. Thanks for pointing that out.

I normally like to not follow the crowd but on photography I bought into the Canon system quite a while ago when I had very little money and was offered some cheap Canon kit. I love photography more than I love the kit but it helps to understand the kit so you can buy on an informed basis. It is so expensive to move from one system to another and to be honest it wouldn't change my love of photography or my pictures.
Did a little more research on the camera which may help others decide. This is quite a good value full frame camera. In fact it's probably the most affordable (cheapest full frame on the market). One of the advantages of full frame that many see is the reduced depth of field at the same aperture so the images appear to "pop" a little more easily. Although the disadvantage is you have to take care with focussing accuracy.

You can print probably up to A2 sized printed with this amount of pixels (pretty impressive)
ISO range and performance is not leading edge but pretty good.
Only one cross type focus point (more accurate as it measures for both horizontal and vertical contrast) ie it captures the focus more reliably. Most cameras at this price range and cheaper have all their focus points cross type.
Frame rate is a little slow if your are expecting to use it for sports at 3fps but ample for landscapes and for those who don't shoot 15 fames and hope to capture a good one!
No live view - but that's of debatable value - some love it some never use it.
Good IFS built into the camera at 4 stops.
Overall a really good camera but technically not considered by the experts as good as the Canon 5D II (but much cheaper). So as I said if you have other equipment that will fit, this is a very good camera and a very good deal.

Hope that helps a little.
@ Kiwikeen, you win, this list for Sony alpha compats only shows 131 lenses.........
http://www.mhohner.de/sony-minolta/lenses.php?ov=1#zooms
I am aware M42 lenses can be mounted on other makes, although I do recall some infinty focus problems on some Nikons.
@garibaldi, the list above shows that there is a decent amount of glass out there for Sony's, not as far behind Canon as you inferred.
kiwikeen;7993121
Makes perfect sense to me, well put



I think you'll find, even if you include older Minolta AF lenses, that Canons EF lens lineup easily has a wider range of quality glass

The EF range also has the added advantage that every single EF lens ever produced (132 different lenses and counting ) will function 100% on any EOS body

Ignorance is bliss indeed, you are aware that both Canon and Nikon DSLR's are also able to make use of the majority of Carl Zeiss M42 glass

It's certainly not something unique to Sony, as you mistakenly make it out to be



Thanks KIWIKEEN for the comment. I was lucky enough to borrow a Carl Zeiss lens a long time ago, unfortunately it was when I owned an old Canon film SLR. Very nice.

J9STL: I wasn't being provocative I was just pointing out that Nikon and Canon have a greater selection of glass and accessories for those who get bitten by the photography bug. Shame you felt you had to respond in the way you did.
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Sony 55-200mm f/4-5.6 SAM DT SLR Zoom Lens £129.99 delivered @ RGB Photo

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Seems like a good price for an underrated lens. It gets good reviews on Flickr and Dyxum (Site for reviewing Sony/Minolta lenses). Although it is a 'budget' lens, it performs very well. Listed on C…
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