asda direct digital slr NIKON D3100 +18-55MM KIT (BAG, TRIPOD AND 8GB MEMORY CARD) £281.95 inc delive
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asda direct digital slr NIKON D3100 +18-55MM KIT (BAG, TRIPOD AND 8GB MEMORY CARD) £281.95 inc delive

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Found 1st Jun 2013
You have to use code CAMERA10 at checkout to get this price (10% discount code).

Unfortunately the nikon cashback deal has finished but from what i gather this is still the cheapest option out there for this camera.

You know what it is, you know what it does, it makes good sense to buy

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Great camera. Great price. Heat

I bought this at £315 when the cashback deal was on, so worked out at £285. Good camera, I also bought the 35mm prime lens for it from amazon which makes it even better. Hot from me.

paid £ 380 for the camera and lens alone last year, at currys,
" great workhorse nikon camera "
i like the 18-55 f 3.5 to 5.6 supplied kit lens " some do not "

i also have the 55-200 f4 to f5.6
and the 35mm prime/fixed f1.8,
as above poster, all three lenses and camera are wonderfull,
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Thought this was a video camera from the picture X)

This has already been listed, but expired due to Nikon's £30 cashback expiring last Friday.

Code doesn't work

Original Poster

10% off lowest marked price with code 'camera10'
Receive 10% off this item and other Cameras & Accessories when you add code 'camera10' at checkout.

Click here for Terms & Conditions:


- Offer ends 17/06/2013.

- Discount applied when you add coupon code 'camera10'.

- Subject to Availability.

So code should be working, as cant imagine they run out of codes LOL

rawbiz

Code doesn't work



Not sure if the same issue for you but it didn't work for me in Chrome. Once I switched to Firefox it accepted the code and took the 10% off.

Thanks for the great deal

kenrockwell.com/tec…htm says

What camera do I suggest for my friends and family when they ask? What's … What camera do I suggest for my friends and family when they ask? What's the best camera that can handle every kind of photo situation, but still at a reasonable price?The Nikon D3100.

Nikon cashback is still on - £30 for this model

polishpete

Nikon cashback is still on - £30 for this model


No it's not - ended on 31st May if you look at the T&C's

kpkiller

No it's not - ended on 31st May if you look at the T&C's


Sorry - brain malfunction...............

Plus £4.55 Quidco.

Thanks, Ordered for Hubby's Birthday and Fathers Day

CAMERA10 doesnt seem to work anymore

asanchez

CAMERA10 doesnt seem to work anymore


I think its case sensitive, and you have to use little letters.

is it worth paying the extra for the D3200 (currently out of stock at Asda)

Original Poster

i think for anyone considering either the D3200 or this one, the D3100, if you were given two identical pictures taken by someone who knew how to use the camera it would be impossible for us to tell the difference.

The only real difference is the price and if you want this years camera or last years camera.

Another thing to concider in 12 months time the D3100 will be worth £200+ (compared to the d3000 of similar age now) and the D3200 only a few £££ more, you will take a huge hit on loss if you sell and upgrade the D3200 where as this one you might loose £50-80ish)

I currently use both the D3100 & D3200 on a daily basis and in my experience the D3200 is definitely worth the price. The main extras are the better screen on the back, a lot clearer, higher megapixels, and audio in jack which is missing from the D3100 limiting you to the built in mic. The D3100 also has a built in flaw when using video, the iso will always be automatic in video even if set to full manual. These are just small flaws on cameras that I would still recommend for the price. An expensive camera doesn't make good pictures.

ffar02

I currently use both the D3100 & D3200 on a daily basis and in my … I currently use both the D3100 & D3200 on a daily basis and in my experience the D3200 is definitely worth the price. The main extras are the better screen on the back, a lot clearer, higher megapixels, and audio in jack which is missing from the D3100 limiting you to the built in mic. The D3100 also has a built in flaw when using video, the iso will always be automatic in video even if set to full manual. These are just small flaws on cameras that I would still recommend for the price. An expensive camera doesn't make good pictures.



I've been researching them all week, from what i read i'd agree with you, its only approx £100 more (from amazon £392)
Which lens would you recommend to buy in addition to the lens the comes with it? (used mainly for family pics, kids, weddings, landscapes/buildings)

Banned

Actually the d5100 is a much better option. I recently got one for £320 with kit lens. got another£40 from nikon which came in handy when filling up me motor.

Banned

better off getting the D5100. It isn't that much more but is a squillion times better

Original Poster

makkers1

Actually the d5100 is a much better option. I recently got one for £320 … Actually the d5100 is a much better option. I recently got one for £320 with kit lens. got another£40 from nikonr.



so a D5100 effectively for £280 hmmmm got a link? you should get it up on here best deal other wise is £80 more and that deal is currently at 800 deg!

this is a budget starting DSLR i dare you to take a picture with all three of the cameras in this thread and point to which camera took which picture, it would be almost impossible to tell without looking at the exif data.

All three of these cameras are able to produce picutres up to 2'x3' for close scrutiny and much bigger as long as your nose isn't touching the print.

remember these are primarily still picture cameras.
Edited by: "roblade" 10th Jun 2013

thanks, going to get this in the coming days. Seems a very good deal as the extras are essentially free when compared to the camera's price elsewhere.
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