Canon 5D mark 4 - £2695.78 @ Clifton Cameras
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Canon 5D mark 4 - £2695.78 @ Clifton Cameras

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Found 14th Jul
Although Camera World dropped their price to £2899 and all other retailers are still at over £3200 Clifton Cameras have gone to an all time low price of £2695. It’s a lot of money but you get a lot of camera. Only one in stock and don’t know if they will take orders after that at this price but if you are after one now might be the time to buy. Prices are according to Camerapricebuster who do not list grey imports.

No matter who you are, or what you’re shooting, the EOS 5D Mark IV delivers uncompromising image quality and a professional performance. 30.4 megapixel CMOS for outstanding image quality, with 4K cinematic shooting.
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Geemac13 m ago

in what way?


Forward.
£2049 from HDEW link HERE!

In stock, in UK, can be collected from them directly if you wish and includes a 3 year warranty.

£650 saved buy a decent lens. ;).
TK421 h, 44 m ago

Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a …Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a UK registered dealer with a Canon UK Warranty.


You sir are 100% correct it is an import, but it is 100% comparable since it is the same product. If you really think the Canon 1 year warranty, plus the 1 year extra from Clifton is worth £650 then fill your boots. Personally however, I prefer the longer 3 years warranty on the same product, from a company that has been around since 1993 selling imported gear and has a reputation for great customer service.

In this world of global commerce and cross border trading, protectionist methods from silly companies trying to put you off buying something cheaper ends up costing them in the long run. Take Apple for example, iPhone/iPad/Watch etc/ all have global warranty, they don't give two hoots where you bought it, just that you bought their product and not someone else's, and ironically it's phone companies that have killed the compact camera market. So *golf clap* to those who really think buying "official" makes any differene other than to your pocket.
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Ignore the people voting this cold - it's a cracking deal. Good spot
Canon
The picture is a tiny bit misleading btw as you don't actually get a grip for this price
jigger136 m ago

Canon


Cabin . Big fat fingers and small phone screen. Thanks.
gkinrade12 m ago

The picture is a tiny bit misleading btw as you don't actually get a grip …The picture is a tiny bit misleading btw as you don't actually get a grip for this price


Thanks for pointing that out. I didn’t insert one so it’s a stock linked image that was auto inserted but I will change it when I can get back in to edit it.
Sorry, Sony is the way forward
Edited by: "shinds" 14th Jul
shinds1 h, 37 m ago

Sorry, Sony is the way forward



in what way?
Geemac13 m ago

in what way?


Forward.
What is the zoom on this?
£2049 from HDEW link HERE!

In stock, in UK, can be collected from them directly if you wish and includes a 3 year warranty.

£650 saved buy a decent lens. ;).
Uncommon.Sense4 m ago

£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them …£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them directly if you wish and includes a 3 year warranty.£650 saved buy a decent lens. ;).


they have a good deal there with the 24-105 lens for £2699 too, cracking price for both
Uncommon.Sense16 m ago

£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them …£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them directly if you wish and includes a 3 year warranty.£650 saved buy a decent lens. ;).


Fyi HDEW are grey imports, in case that isn't your cup of tea.

Had an issue with them when I bought a Canon 6D. The sensor had a dead pixel so I asked for a replacement. After a week of them not finding the fault. I had to explain to their head technician over the phone what a dead pixel was. When he found it he literally replied "it's tiny!". I mean it's the size of a pixel. Some people put up with them but if I buy a 1k camera I'd rather one that doesn't have them from the get go.

Despite missing out using the camera for a job I would still use them. No one can argue with those prices, just check the camera first.
PenKnight16 m ago

Fyi HDEW are grey imports, in case that isn't your cup of tea.Had an issue …Fyi HDEW are grey imports, in case that isn't your cup of tea.Had an issue with them when I bought a Canon 6D. The sensor had a dead pixel so I asked for a replacement. After a week of them not finding the fault. I had to explain to their head technician over the phone what a dead pixel was. When he found it he literally replied "it's tiny!". I mean it's the size of a pixel. Some people put up with them but if I buy a 1k camera I'd rather one that doesn't have them from the get go.Despite missing out using the camera for a job I would still use them. No one can argue with those prices, just check the camera first.


Never had any issues with them in the past, and been using them for well over a decade.

Claimed on warranty for a 2 year old 5D MkII that stopped powering on for no reason, I sent it to them, the confirmed the fault and sent a new one out, even though I would have been happy with a repair, they even refunded my postage.
Uncommon.Sense42 m ago

£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them …£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them directly if you wish and includes a 3 year warranty.£650 saved buy a decent lens. ;).


£649 for 80d is pretty good too!
tempt3 h, 31 m ago

What is the zoom on this?



body only, no lens included.
Uncommon.Sense4 h, 40 m ago

Never had any issues with them in the past, and been using them for well …Never had any issues with them in the past, and been using them for well over a decade. Claimed on warranty for a 2 year old 5D MkII that stopped powering on for no reason, I sent it to them, the confirmed the fault and sent a new one out, even though I would have been happy with a repair, they even refunded my postage.


Do you know of any reputable dealer for a Nikon D850?
Uncommon.Sense5 h, 12 m ago

Never had any issues with them in the past, and been using them for well …Never had any issues with them in the past, and been using them for well over a decade. Claimed on warranty for a 2 year old 5D MkII that stopped powering on for no reason, I sent it to them, the confirmed the fault and sent a new one out, even though I would have been happy with a repair, they even refunded my postage.


*THAT* is customer service that is above and beyond the expected.
PenKnight6 h, 16 m ago

Fyi HDEW are grey imports, in case that isn't your cup of tea.Had an issue …Fyi HDEW are grey imports, in case that isn't your cup of tea.Had an issue with them when I bought a Canon 6D. The sensor had a dead pixel so I asked for a replacement. After a week of them not finding the fault. I had to explain to their head technician over the phone what a dead pixel was. When he found it he literally replied "it's tiny!". I mean it's the size of a pixel. Some people put up with them but if I buy a 1k camera I'd rather one that doesn't have them from the get go.Despite missing out using the camera for a job I would still use them. No one can argue with those prices, just check the camera first.


Did you try the manual sensor cleaner as this fixes these?
Uncommon.Sense6 h, 41 m ago

£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them …£2049 from HDEW link HERE!In stock, in UK, can be collected from them directly if you wish and includes a 3 year warranty.£650 saved buy a decent lens. ;).


Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a UK registered dealer with a Canon UK Warranty.
shinds9 h, 30 m ago

Sorry, Sony is the way forward


Would be if their lens prices were better.
Great deal. Not a Canon user, but hopefully some professionals will make use of this!
Edited by: "ecreative" 14th Jul
I’m a wedding photog and just moved to Sony from Canon. The eye tracking is awesome, and the reduced weight really helps my hands after three full days lugging around two heavy cameras.

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tempt7 h, 32 m ago

What is the zoom on this?

Depends on the lens you put in it. But it is a full frame camera and and a very good one too.
TK4236 m ago

Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a …Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a UK registered dealer with a Canon UK Warranty.


I bought a camera from these guys too. The warranty workshop they use is the same one that canon themselves would send their repairs to. But that was a while back (canon 7d). I bought from them due to them having a high street presence although selling grey's.

Just noticed that my other fave grey import site has stopped selling Canon SLRs: portus digital
TK4240 m ago

Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a …Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a UK registered dealer with a Canon UK Warranty.


True but it’s 2 years warranty as opposed to 3 years with a grey dealer. I’ve never needed the warranty thankfully but I hear good things about their service.
TK421 h, 44 m ago

Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a …Grey Import so not really comparable, the op has posted a UK model from a UK registered dealer with a Canon UK Warranty.


You sir are 100% correct it is an import, but it is 100% comparable since it is the same product. If you really think the Canon 1 year warranty, plus the 1 year extra from Clifton is worth £650 then fill your boots. Personally however, I prefer the longer 3 years warranty on the same product, from a company that has been around since 1993 selling imported gear and has a reputation for great customer service.

In this world of global commerce and cross border trading, protectionist methods from silly companies trying to put you off buying something cheaper ends up costing them in the long run. Take Apple for example, iPhone/iPad/Watch etc/ all have global warranty, they don't give two hoots where you bought it, just that you bought their product and not someone else's, and ironically it's phone companies that have killed the compact camera market. So *golf clap* to those who really think buying "official" makes any differene other than to your pocket.
Fantastic deal
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Uncommon.Sense41 m ago

You sir are 100% correct it is an import, but it is 100% comparable since …You sir are 100% correct it is an import, but it is 100% comparable since it is the same product. If you really think the Canon 1 year warranty, plus the 1 year extra from Clifton is worth £650 then fill your boots. Personally however, I prefer the longer 3 years warranty on the same product, from a company that has been around since 1993 selling imported gear and has a reputation for great customer service.In this world of global commerce and cross border trading, protectionist methods from silly companies trying to put you off buying something cheaper ends up costing them in the long run. Take Apple for example, iPhone/iPad/Watch etc/ all have global warranty, they don't give two hoots where you bought it, just that you bought their product and not someone else's, and ironically it's phone companies that have killed the compact camera market. So *golf clap* to those who really think buying "official" makes any differene other than to your pocket.


Ah, the old golf clap.
Edited by: "Parfy" 14th Jul
Uncommon.Sense57 m ago

You sir are 100% correct it is an import, but it is 100% comparable since …You sir are 100% correct it is an import, but it is 100% comparable since it is the same product. If you really think the Canon 1 year warranty, plus the 1 year extra from Clifton is worth £650 then fill your boots. Personally however, I prefer the longer 3 years warranty on the same product, from a company that has been around since 1993 selling imported gear and has a reputation for great customer service.In this world of global commerce and cross border trading, protectionist methods from silly companies trying to put you off buying something cheaper ends up costing them in the long run. Take Apple for example, iPhone/iPad/Watch etc/ all have global warranty, they don't give two hoots where you bought it, just that you bought their product and not someone else's, and ironically it's phone companies that have killed the compact camera market. So *golf clap* to those who really think buying "official" makes any differene other than to your pocket.


The op has posted a deal from a UK dealer. If the op had posted a deal from another grey importer than your comment would make sense. There are cheaper deals to be had if you are looking for a grey Import, £1990 from Panomaz for instance. Point is this is a good deal from a UK dealer.
TK4218 m ago

The op has posted a deal from a UK dealer. If the op had posted a deal …The op has posted a deal from a UK dealer. If the op had posted a deal from another grey importer than your comment would make sense. There are cheaper deals to be had if you are looking for a grey Import, £1990 from Panomaz for instance. Point is this is a good deal from a UK dealer.



HDEW are a UK shop/store, as I already pointed out, they have a shop/office in the UK and you can go and collect your goods from them if you wish, and even get a V.A.T. receipt! If your only comparison is the source of the goods being from Canon Japan/Honk Kong, rather than Canon U.K, then my comment still stands 100%. Tell me if you for example buy an Intel Processor, where does it come from? Or if you buy a Samsung TV? Or an LG phone? Or a Dell monitor? Or an Ikea chair?

The idea of localised versions of something via a "UK Dealer" is going out of fashion fast, and those companies who don't keep up will lose out in the long run. They (Canon) build a single product for the whole world, test it to cover the whole world, then arbitrarily carve up the world in to sections and package it with a different manual and power cable etc. and what you buy from John Smiths Camera Shop is identical in every way to what you get from Hong Kong Joe's Camera Emporium other than the parts already mentioned.

A heck of a lot of stuff is imported, just some companies try and make people think that it makes a difference when in reality it does not, the whole "grey" market nonsense was invented to put people off, I've no idea why people still think it matters. I am looking forward to the first sensible camera manufacturer that has a worldwide warranty, like Apple, and Go Pro, and puts a stop to this nonsense once and for all..
steveieboy17 h, 41 m ago

Did you try the manual sensor cleaner as this fixes these?


Yep tried every tip in every online thread I could find. Happy with the one I ended up with though, no issues still after all the years I've had it.
gerardarmstrong54 h, 9 m ago

Save yourself £800- …Save yourself £800- https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F273217758237


If you “lived” in the US that is an amazing deal.
gerardarmstrong515th Jul

Save yourself £800- …Save yourself £800- https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F273217758237


Some info here from Canon on grey imports..
canon.co.uk/abo…on/
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I recently purchased a Canon 5D mk IV from Jessops for £3249.00. I dont regret it seeing this deal because Im not sure I would trust a company Ive never heard of with such a high priced item.

The free battery grip I got with it was worth £299 and I sold it for exactly that, so paid £2950 for a genuine UK 5D mk IV from a company I trust.

Another important thing is they allowed a 2 year interest free loan on it (im not a millionaire!) and the company in this deal do not. They offer loans with whacking great interest


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Edited by: "deleted1316508" 15th Jul
Worth keeping an eye out for other deals as clearly something is expected soon with retailers lowering the price on the 5D4.

I picked mine up from Cameraworld with their in-store only offer for £2699 *including* a free camera grip. On top of that with the Canon cashback scheme you get £105 back if you buy a "virtual kit" i.e. you buy one of a few specific lenses with it. I picked up the 100-400 L lens for £1599 on offer also at Cameraworld then layered on the £265 cashback for the lens and £105 cashback for the virtual kit making it £3928 for a Canon 5D Mark IV, BG-E20 Battery Grip and EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens.

All-in that's a saving of over £1500 on RRP. Anyway, voted hot as it is a good price but keep an eye out for what others might be offering also!
I'm still on the mkii.. must resist!
deleted131650815th Jul

I recently purchased a Canon 5D mk IV from Jessops for £3249.00. I dont …I recently purchased a Canon 5D mk IV from Jessops for £3249.00. I dont regret it seeing this deal because Im not sure I would trust a company Ive never heard of with such a high priced item.The free battery grip I got with it was worth £299 and I sold it for exactly that, so paid £2950 for a genuine UK 5D mk IV from a company I trust.Another important thing is they allowed a 2 year interest free loan on it (im not a millionaire!) and the company in this deal do not. They offer loans with whacking great interest [Image]


you're a photographer and you never heard of them? Please tell me you didn't just buy a 5D as a newbie hobbyist!
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