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Canon 50D Body Only DLSR £650 @ Wilkinson Cameras
Canon 50D Body Only DLSR £650 @ Wilkinson Cameras

Canon 50D Body Only DLSR £650 @ Wilkinson Cameras

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The perfect combination of speed and quality, the EOS 50D's 15.1 MP CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 processor deliver superb high-ISO performance, shooting flexibility and image quality without compromise.

Features
* 15.1 MP (APS-C) CMOS sensor
* 6.3 fps with up to 90 JPEG image burst
* DIGIC 4 processor
* ISO range up to 12800
* 3.0" VGA LCD with Live View
* High precision wide area AF
* Magnesium alloy body
* EOS Integrated Cleaning System
* EF/EF-S lens and EX Speedlite compatibility

Cheapest this has ever been I believe.

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Isn't the price plus P&P of £8.50?

Still a good price though.

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Exceptionally good price - Jessops want £779!

I have one of these bodies, fantastic camera, great price, makes me wonder if a EOS60D is on the horizon

All 50D prices will be falling in the next few weeks, rumour has it Canon will annouce another new model on the 23rd.

Also rumours on possible cashbacks.

I would hang fire for a few days.

Vulcan01;7907902

All 50D prices will be falling in the next few weeks, rumour has it Canon … All 50D prices will be falling in the next few weeks, rumour has it Canon will annouce another new model on the 23rd.



Supposedly the 60D

Also rumours on possible cashbacks.



Canon seem to have been decidedly tight with their Cashback scheme over the past year or so :x

I would hang fire for a few days.



Definitely !!
I would hold fire on buying any camera kit until mid March - unless at the Focus On Imaging Show (always good for camera / kit deals), and after the Q1 round of Canon announcements.

people say it will be the 1dsmk4 on the 23rd, no 60d, we shall see

twistedknot;7907488

I have one of these bodies, fantastic camera, great price, makes me … I have one of these bodies, fantastic camera, great price, makes me wonder if a EOS60D is on the horizon




I'd say so.....expect to hear within 2 weeks...but it'll be pitched at around the £950 mark.:oops:

Personally, if I was looking for a Canon ( I'm not, I'm a Nikon man by choice )...I'd hang fire to see where the D50 prices end up...could be some really good bargains around soon. As it is, this is an excellent price


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cant see them releasing a 60d, it will be to close to the 7d , id say with the 550d coming out canon dont need a 60d.

Balb0wa;7908197

cant see them releasing a 60d, it will be to close to the 7d , id say … cant see them releasing a 60d, it will be to close to the 7d , id say with the 550d coming out canon dont need a 60d.



Time will tell but I think a 60D will be released at some point this year and the 50D price will fall much further before it is withdrawn.

Balb0wa;7908197

cant see them releasing a 60d, it will be to close to the 7d , id say … cant see them releasing a 60d, it will be to close to the 7d , id say with the 550d coming out canon dont need a 60d.



550D £699 7D £1299

Seems to me to be plenty of margin in there for a 60D

There are still plenty out there who skipped the limited upgrade from the 40D to 50D, and who wouldn't downgrade to the 550D or upgrade to the 7D series

Even only throwing the 550D internals into a 60D chassis would be a big upgrade, let alone adding the standard 50D features microadjust, rear control wheel etc

It's probably still a bit early for the DS mk IV, it's normally about 6 months after the new 1D comes out, fingers crossed though

My moneys on a 2000D to fill the large gap left by the big 550D upgrade, and a 60D

Good 'traditional', reliable suppliers, recently got a 7D with a FREE 580Ex II (rrp 339.99 ) from them - as posted here - about three weeks ago. 10/10

The 50d is a fantastic camera, I wonder how much improvement a 60D could make over it apart from increasing megapixels, which in my opinion is not needed, doubt it would be a full frame sensor as that is the 1d and 5d range, Digic4 is "fairly" new so doubt digic5 yet, video facility perhaps...personally I dont require that on a DSLR
Its far better to invest in decent glass as that is the single biggest improvement imo. No point spending £800 on a camera with a £100 lens on it
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