Canon 100d 18-55 STM + 75-300 III + camera bag + photo book? £389.95 @ John Lewis
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Canon 100d 18-55 STM + 75-300 III + camera bag + photo book? £389.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 2nd May 2016
Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM & EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Zoom Lens and Canon 100EG Padded Camera & Gadget Bag

I guess anyone going for this deal is also eligible for a HD Book worth £59.99.

The telephoto lens is rather useless though.

canon.co.uk/pro…er/

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It's not a Nikon mate. Bloody good price though even if it is a Canon. I bought a Bridge camera for that l;ast week so voted hot

Edited by: "gr8h8me" 2nd May 2016

Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just to go from 18mm to 300mm. What if you were doing a professional shoot? Canon really need to up their game.

Though is a new model (_;)

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gr8h8me

It's not a Nikon mate. Bloody good price though even if it is a Canon. I … It's not a Nikon mate. Bloody good price though even if it is a Canon. I bought a Bridge camera for that l;ast week so voted hot



Edited.. ;-)

MusicmanJP

Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just … Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just to go from 18mm to 300mm. What if you were doing a professional shoot? Canon really need to up their game.


wow... you are obviously a pro!

mling

Though is a new model (_;)



​very in helpful, it's like saying a RAC if cycle is no good for of roading! der!

MusicmanJP

Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just … Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just to go from 18mm to 300mm. What if you were doing a professional shoot? Canon really need to up their game.



​If you were doing a professional shoot you wouldn't use an 18-300mm lens. Professionals tend to use decent glass.

Does anyone know if this camera still suffers from focus lag or has there been an update to address the issue.

simonbendall

​very in helpful, it's like saying a RAC if cycle is no good for of r … ​very in helpful, it's like saying a RAC if cycle is no good for of roading! der!



​does anyone know what the above means?

MusicmanJP

Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just … Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just to go from 18mm to 300mm. What if you were doing a professional shoot? Canon really need to up their game.


I'm no pro but to cover 18-300 properly you'd have a 16-35, 24-70, 70-200 and either 300mm or 1.4x teleconvertor.
This deal is a great kit to whet someone appetite. Then they can invest in better glass later if they want to.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 2nd May 2016

Worth spending a bit more and getting either the 700d or better still 750d. Although it's a pretty good deal for the twin lens. I got a 750d with 18-55 with bag for 369 after cashback from canon earlier this year. Don't really use the 18-55 much. Tend to use my 24-70 for most stuff.

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nipstyler

Worth spending a bit more and getting either the 700d or better still … Worth spending a bit more and getting either the 700d or better still 750d. Although it's a pretty good deal for the twin lens. I got a 750d with 18-55 with bag for 369 after cashback from canon earlier this year. Don't really use the 18-55 much. Tend to use my 24-70 for most stuff.



Canon 700D is same 'bad' I like the size about 100D but price with better lenses is too high for me.

dxomark.com/Cam…441

its 3 years old now, ancient in technology.

MusicmanJP

Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just … Voted cold because of the inconvenience of having to change lenses just to go from 18mm to 300mm. What if you were doing a professional shoot? Canon really need to up their game.



​Spoken like a true Fauxtographer. You can always zoom with your legs...

OK as a second body if you already have an investment in Canon kit, but if not then it's obsolete technology (1930s mechanical mirror) and there are better and more future proof options out there.

lordminty

OK as a second body if you already have an investment in Canon kit, but … OK as a second body if you already have an investment in Canon kit, but if not then it's obsolete technology (1930s mechanical mirror) and there are better and more future proof options out there.

well...irony here is that that was spoken like a true 'fauxtographer' as you put it
just because there is a newer model or a newer tech doesn't make something obsolete!

brilly

well...irony here is that that was spoken like a true 'fauxtographer' as … well...irony here is that that was spoken like a true 'fauxtographer' as you put itjust because there is a newer model or a newer tech doesn't make something obsolete!



​Tosh. It's absolutely technologically obsolete - why on earth would you limit a digital electronic camera with a mechanical shutter from a film body when you don't have to? And tons of real pros have already jettisoned Canon and Nikon for Sony, Fuji and Pansonic/Olympus. Damian McGillicuddy the fashion photographer is just one example and their are loads of others.

lordminty

​Tosh. It's absolutely technologically obsolete - why on earth would you l … ​Tosh. It's absolutely technologically obsolete - why on earth would you limit a digital electronic camera with a mechanical shutter from a film body when you don't have to? And tons of real pros have already jettisoned Canon and Nikon for Sony, Fuji and Pansonic/Olympus. Damian McGillicuddy the fashion photographer is just one example and their are loads of others.


and there are loads still taking great photos with their existing cameras even older than 3 years old
tosh is weak for what your post was

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