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********WTD: Canon 400D KIT********** £250.00

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
hi guys

im looking for a canon 400D kit (18-55mm lens) as my order from digital camera company was cancelled. is there anyone willing to sell his/hers?

Condition must be mint or BNIB, no marks, no dust, no scratches. WIlling to pay reasonable cash for this camera.

regards,
wei
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
your asking price is a bit low for this camera. if you're wanting one with a lens you'll have to push over £300 I would say.
You'd get a 350D for £250 with a couple of lenses but not the 400
#2
shutdown
your asking price is a bit low for this camera. if you're wanting one with a lens you'll have to push over £300 I would say.
You'd get a 350D for £250 with a couple of lenses but not the 400


You'll get a 350d with one poor lens for that - not a couple. The going price for the body second hand is still £200.

It wasn't that long ago the offer finished, you may find them on eBay as we have a lot of people who use this forum for profit.
#3
shutdown
your asking price is a bit low for this camera. if you're wanting one with a lens you'll have to push over £300 I would say.
You'd get a 350D for £250 with a couple of lenses but not the 400


well, as i said i willing to pay a reasonable price which could be more than 250. :)
#4
If you get the Kit Lens, do NOT get the 18-55 Mk 2. It is ****, simple as that.
The 18-55mm IS lens (kit lens for the 40D, etc.) is very, very good and considering the price of it (£115) when bought seperate it is amazing.

The lens should be just as much of a consideration to you, if not more so, than the body.
#5
Faldiver
If you get the Kit Lens, do NOT get the 18-55 Mk 2. It is ****, simple as that.
The 18-55mm IS lens (kit lens for the 40D, etc.) is very, very good and considering the price of it (£115) when bought seperate it is amazing.

The lens should be just as much of a consideration to you, if not more so, than the body.


thx for the advise, willing to buy a usable lens. have couples lens at home, this camera is for my brother :)
#6
Bumpy
#7
Faldiver;1945474
If you get the Kit Lens, do NOT get the 18-55 Mk 2. It is ****, simple as that.
The 18-55mm IS lens (kit lens for the 40D, etc.) is very, very good and considering the price of it (£115) when bought seperate it is amazing.

The lens should be just as much of a consideration to you, if not more so, than the body.

nah the 18-55 IS is too good either...you dont need IS on a 18-55 lens, unless you have a medical condition, in very high winds or have the more after shakes from a night on the town....imo the 50mm is a better option, but for everyone as its fixed at 50mm, but its only about £60 and the image is excellent for the money
#8
royals
nah the 18-55 IS is too good either...you dont need IS on a 18-55 lens, unless you have a medical condition, in very high winds or have the more after shakes from a night on the town....imo the 50mm is a better option, but for everyone as its fixed at 50mm, but its only about £60 and the image is excellent for the money


Low light conditions is one place that IS is a plus.

I have, amongst others, both the Mk2 and the IS lens and the difference is amazing. Not as good as my 'L' glass, but for the money it's a no brainer. Pin sharp, especially if you step down, whether IS is on or off.

50mm is ok, but again it depends on the lens quality, not just the focal length.
#9
Faldiver
royals
nah the 18-55 IS is too good either...you dont need IS on a 18-55 lens, unless you have a medical condition, in very high winds or have the more after shakes from a night on the town....imo the 50mm is a better option, but for everyone as its fixed at 50mm, but its only about £60 and the image is excellent for the money
Low light conditions is one place that IS is a plus. I have, amongst others, both the Mk2 and the IS lens and the difference is amazing. Not as good as my 'L' glass, but for the money it's a no brainer. Pin sharp, especially if you step down, whether IS is on or off. 50mm is ok, but again it depends on the lens quality, not just the focal length.


the 50mm is highly rated considering the cost....how on earth would IS help with low light !!!

sounds like you need to learn how to adjust your camera settings correctly

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