Canon 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III lens - £78.90 - Sold by Skyscraper Drones and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Canon 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III lens - £78.90 - Sold by Skyscraper Drones and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 3rd Mar
Seems to be a great lens for the price. Only showing 3 left in stock!!

The EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens from Canon is a telephoto zoom lens ideal for day-to-day use because it is particularly light and compact, especially given its long focal reach. Able to magnify distant subjects, it also compresses the space between subjects within the frame and with a shallow depth of field at its longer lengths, it offers enhanced out of focus bokeh. Its minimum focus distance is 4.9 feet, even at the telephoto end of its zoom.
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Worse lens I ever had, all you'll want to do is upgrade it for IS. 55-250 much better
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you can get it for £65 here
e-infin.com/uk/…ens
Edited by: "makkan00" 3rd Mar
Good price, but the lack of image stabilisation might make using it without a tripod tricky at the extent of the zoom range.
They are usually around this price anyway.
Worse lens I ever had, all you'll want to do is upgrade it for IS. 55-250 much better
The 55-250mm is much better for image quality, it will cost slightly more, but it does have image stabilisation too
Edited by: "Torchwood" 3rd Mar
This is a super lens i purchased one for about £130ish about 2 years ago, so this is a big drop in price
stratplayer200149 m ago

Good price, but the lack of image stabilisation might make using it …Good price, but the lack of image stabilisation might make using it without a tripod tricky at the extent of the zoom range.


You beat me too it. I f you are using a tripod - and a remote trigger - it's a nice lens
Thanks for posting r prodovt.. Good trik only 3 left ..keep buying ..before bricksit
This isn't a great lens at all. The Sigma equivalent is much better and not that much more expensive really.
The cheap 75-300mm lenses are widely known to be terrible, they're just fodder for padding out entry level camera bundles. Sharpness is terrible, autofocus is poor and lack of image stabilization is a big omission.

If you want a cheap tele, pick up one of the vastly superior 55-250mm lenses second hand, the 55-250mm IS II usually goes for around £80 on eBay.
Shocking lens.
I'm wouldn't pay more than £10 for it!
Awful lens
e-infin.com/uk/…ens


Is this a good lens and deal


Any links for 55-250...

Thanks
rambobambo33 m ago

https://www.e-infin.com/uk/item/2566/nikon_af-s_dx_nikkor_55-200mm_f/4-5.6g_ed_vr_ii_lensIs this a good lens and dealAny links for 55-250...Thanks


Canon EF-S 55-250 mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens
amazon.co.uk/dp/…TRP

If you follow this link then click on other sellers by pressing on "New and Old" you can get it for £143 on prime.

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rambobambo1 h, 1 m ago

https://www.e-infin.com/uk/item/2566/nikon_af-s_dx_nikkor_55-200mm_f/4-5.6g_ed_vr_ii_lensIs this a good lens and dealAny links for 55-250...Thanks


That's a Nikon lens while the lenses we're discussing here and Canon. What camera do you have?
ElGofre2 h, 16 m ago

That's a Nikon lens while the lenses we're discussing here and Canon. What …That's a Nikon lens while the lenses we're discussing here and Canon. What camera do you have?


I have Nikon D3200
rambobambo1 h, 16 m ago

I have Nikon D3200


In that case your best options are the Nikon 55-200mm and 55-300mm lenses. The lens you've linked to nnormally costs about £220 in the UK, the site you've linked to is a grey import so you've got no guarantee of warranty and may have to pay taxes when it arrives in the UK, but at half the going rate for a genuine UK stock model you may deem that worth the risk.
ElGofre41 m ago

In that case your best options are the Nikon 55-200mm and 55-300mm lenses. …In that case your best options are the Nikon 55-200mm and 55-300mm lenses. The lens you've linked to nnormally costs about £220 in the UK, the site you've linked to is a grey import so you've got no guarantee of warranty and may have to pay taxes when it arrives in the UK, but at half the going rate for a genuine UK stock model you may deem that worth the risk.


Thanks for the help...has any one got experience of buying from the site and also what's the tax chances like...
rambobambo4 h, 34 m ago

Thanks for the help...has any one got experience of buying from the site …Thanks for the help...has any one got experience of buying from the site and also what's the tax chances like...


you shouldn't have to pay any tax, they ship then in (probably tax avoiding) then resend them from the uk/ireland
pretty sure they did have an ebay presence but cant seem to find any items for sale in EU atm which is odd
similar is kachashop which ships from ireland on ebay (and probably many others)
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