Canon 750D SLR camera £80 off - £455.98 at Costco
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Canon 750D SLR camera £80 off - £455.98 at Costco

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Found 15th Dec 2015
Best price on Amazon is £540, other retailers more. Valid through 31st December, believe its national and in-store only.
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Don't forget £50 Canon winter cash back on this model - http://www.canon.co.uk/wintercashback/

Mine was confirmed within 3 days when I bought last month.
It's already £399 here slrhut.co.uk/pro…wcB

Looks like it's setup for the UK, at least the returns address is.

Can be had even cheaper if you trust other dodgy looking websites.
joedredd

It's already £399 here … It's already £399 here https://slrhut.co.uk/product/ID1804C5/google?gclid=CjwKEAiAkb-zBRC2upezwuyguQ4SJADZG08vyxGBxcmnIGRWypL5Z24J6E9NQGtgX9NQ4ijePnzWcBoCHrDw_wcBLooks like it's setup for the UK, at least the returns address is.Can be had even cheaper if you trust other dodgy looking websites.



I took a look at slrhut when I was buying mine, shocking reviews almost universally. Price seemed too good to be true and i guess it is.

US based even though they have a UK number and reports suggest second user items and terrible customer service. Plus no cash back, is it worth the risk to save a fiver?
I know theres a few slightly cheaper from non-confirmed sites. Given the small price difference my money would be with Costco I think. 2 year guarantee as standard, if its the same warranty as with their TVs its a straight no questions replacement or refund.
To be honest, if you're spending this much, you might as well get the latest version i.e. 760D.
Firefly1

To be honest, if you're spending this much, you might as well get the … To be honest, if you're spending this much, you might as well get the latest version i.e. 760D.



If you are upgrading an older Canon yes, otherwise get a Nikon D5500 for similar money.
Firefly1

To be honest, if you're spending this much, you might as well get the … To be honest, if you're spending this much, you might as well get the latest version i.e. 760D.


The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging hardware. The differences are in the other features, most notably the LCD top plate, additional control dial, eye sensor to turn the screen off, and servo AF in live view. The 760D is quite a bit more expensive, you're looking at £520 or more for just the body (the18-55mm kits seem to have disappeared from online stores), which is pretty substantial compared to this deal for features some users may not get a whole lot of use out of. For upgraders from previous crop Canons who won't use the kit lens then yeah, the added functionality is definitely worth considering (although if you're paying that much for a 760D body for more features, moving to the 70D is also worth the extra cash on top of that), but for first time buyers or budget conscious upgraders then the added expense for a 760D isn't essential.
ElGofre

The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging … The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging hardware. The differences are in the other features, most notably the LCD top plate, additional control dial, eye sensor to turn the screen off, and servo AF in live view. The 760D is quite a bit more expensive, you're looking at £520 or more for just the body (the18-55mm kits seem to have disappeared from online stores), which is pretty substantial compared to this deal for features some users may not get a whole lot of use out of. For upgraders from previous crop Canons who won't use the kit lens then yeah, the added functionality is definitely worth considering (although if you're paying that much for a 760D body for more features, moving to the 70D is also worth the extra cash on top of that), but for first time buyers or budget conscious upgraders then the added expense for a 760D isn't essential.



Well said
ElGofre

The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging … The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging hardware. The differences are in the other features, most notably the LCD top plate, additional control dial, eye sensor to turn the screen off, and servo AF in live view. The 760D is quite a bit more expensive, you're looking at £520 or more for just the body (the18-55mm kits seem to have disappeared from online stores), which is pretty substantial compared to this deal for features some users may not get a whole lot of use out of. For upgraders from previous crop Canons who won't use the kit lens then yeah, the added functionality is definitely worth considering (although if you're paying that much for a 760D body for more features, moving to the 70D is also worth the extra cash on top of that), but for first time buyers or budget conscious upgraders then the added expense for a 760D isn't essential.



Precisely, this is what id found from research. This is a lot of camera for £450.
ElGofre

The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging … The 750D and 760D came out simultaneously, and use identical imaging hardware. The differences are in the other features, most notably the LCD top plate, additional control dial, eye sensor to turn the screen off, and servo AF in live view. The 760D is quite a bit more expensive, you're looking at £520 or more for just the body (the18-55mm kits seem to have disappeared from online stores), which is pretty substantial compared to this deal for features some users may not get a whole lot of use out of. For upgraders from previous crop Canons who won't use the kit lens then yeah, the added functionality is definitely worth considering (although if you're paying that much for a 760D body for more features, moving to the 70D is also worth the extra cash on top of that), but for first time buyers or budget conscious upgraders then the added expense for a 760D isn't essential.



Fair enough I have the 500D (and got it when the 550D was in-trend with the 600D just coming out...) and now it is so far behind in terms of the series that I've personally decided to invest in whatever is the newest/most sophisticated (of either XXX/XX/X series) rather than save a little and regret it in the future. It takes excellent photos (albeit subjective as I have not trialed a more recent version) but when compared to the most recent spec, it's probably worth upgrading and would just ask people consider future-proofing as you never know in 2 years time whether those features are actually needed.
Ah this is the point where you're better off just holding out. Take the 450 and bank it. When you get a couple hundred more spare later buy something like an A7 on sale.
The 750d is a lovely camera, and the 760d is a great camera too. It has become my new companion on my business trips.
What firefly said is true. I moved from a Sony CSC to a DSLR and even though the 760d is more for amateurs moving from another DSLR, the 750d is still a great deal for people new to DSLR.
Vanderlust

Ah this is the point where you're better off just holding out. Take the … Ah this is the point where you're better off just holding out. Take the 450 and bank it. When you get a couple hundred more spare later buy something like an A7 on sale.


The A7II is probably the better buy at the moment as it doesn't cost much more and has In Body Image Stabilisation. It's the one I'd go for anyway. With the latest firmware update it can also do Phase Detect Autofocus with Canon (2006 onwards) and A mount Sony lenses. There's a NIkon adapter it should also theoretically work with being released but I've yet to see a decent review of it.
Edited by: "anewman" 21st Dec 2015
anewman

The A7II is probably the better buy at the moment as it doesn't cost much … The A7II is probably the better buy at the moment as it doesn't cost much more and has In Body Image Stabilisation. It's the one I'd go for anyway. With the latest firmware update it can also do Phase Detect Autofocus with Canon (2006 onwards) and A mount Sony lenses. There's a NIkon adapter it should also theoretically work with being released but I've yet to see a decent review of it.



Bit of a price jump there! 450 to 700 I can see, but 450 to a grand. Hurts a bit more X)
Vanderlust

Bit of a price jump there! 450 to 700 I can see, but 450 to a grand. … Bit of a price jump there! 450 to 700 I can see, but 450 to a grand. Hurts a bit more X)


A7 is £775 with kit lens at Amazon after cashback (can't see any body only much cheaper). A7 II body only is £1,089 after cashback. I personally think the extra 40% outlay is worth it for the features - particularly for those who have Canon glass and will use it with an adapter. Obviously the A7R II is better than either, but that's £2,499.
anewman

A7 is £775 with kit lens at Amazon after cashback (can't see any body … A7 is £775 with kit lens at Amazon after cashback (can't see any body only much cheaper). A7 II body only is £1,089 after cashback. I personally think the extra 40% outlay is worth it for the features - particularly for those who have Canon glass and will use it with an adapter. Obviously the A7R II is better than either, but that's £2,499.



Oh, I was going by a deal last week on HUKD that had it around 700 after cash back. I got mine for 700 with the kit lens after cash back to from a store in Wales who delivered to me.

You're comparing a camera with lens with a body here. That's not a straight up comparison at all!
Canon are running DOUBLE CASHBACK deal on the 750D from 25/12 to 13/1 inclusive

So Cashback for the 750D is now £100.

A nice EF-S lens for this is the 24m f/2.8 STM . Also included in double cashback offer so £20 CB is now £40. Its £129.99 on Amazon so £89.99 after BB. A bargain lens and being STM driven is silent for video use. 24mm on APC-C is 38mm FF/35mm film equivalent.
Addendum to my post above

Re-reading the Canon Website - the 24mm f/f2.8 lens is NOT in their double cashback deal

Bit naughty of Canin to not be as clear in tbeir advertising. Will teach me to rely on my Smartphone when away from home.
Thanks guys. Just got one. If Canon comes through with the cashback - this is a brilliant deal.
Canon always comes back with cash back
Biggr_Jarse

Canon are running DOUBLE CASHBACK deal on the 750D from 25/12 to 13/1 … Canon are running DOUBLE CASHBACK deal on the 750D from 25/12 to 13/1 inclusiveSo Cashback for the 750D is now £100.A nice EF-S lens for this is the 24m f/2.8 STM . Also included in double cashback offer so £20 CB is now £40. Its £129.99 on Amazon so £89.99 after BB. A bargain lens and being STM driven is silent for video use. 24mm on APC-C is 38mm FF/35mm film equivalent.



​aren't the EF-S lenses designed for the cropped sensor so the EF-S is still a 24 on a cropped sensor? The EF lenses are designed for full frame so will provide greater magnification on apc-c sensor cameras.
Thanks to the OP for posting this I managed to get one on the last day of the discount at Costco. Fantastic camera and a massive upgrade on my 450D.
Hey all. Just wondering if anyone got their cashback yet? I logged on to find that I apparently missed a digit from the serial number, that my proof of purchase is invalid and that the total amount is 50 (instead of the double-cashback 100 I expected.) Now before I start calling out conspiracies , just wondered if anyone else got their cachback approved / paid out?

Thanks!
Abraxas

Hey all. Just wondering if anyone got their cashback yet? I logged on to … Hey all. Just wondering if anyone got their cashback yet? I logged on to find that I apparently missed a digit from the serial number, that my proof of purchase is invalid and that the total amount is 50 (instead of the double-cashback 100 I expected.) Now before I start calling out conspiracies , just wondered if anyone else got their cachback approved / paid out? Thanks!



​mine is still saying being processed. Currently it doesn't have a value next to it so can't comment on cashback amount yet. I would let them know that you intend to report them to trading standards if they do not honour the double cashback. That's what I'll be doing if they pull anything like that with me. I claimed 50 cashback on a 450D back in 2008 and they were pretty good to be honest. They sent me a cheque back then but now they only pay by BACS
nipstyler

​mine is still saying being processed. Currently it doesn't have a value n … ​mine is still saying being processed. Currently it doesn't have a value next to it so can't comment on cashback amount yet. I would let them know that you intend to report them to trading standards if they do not honour the double cashback. That's what I'll be doing if they pull anything like that with me. I claimed 50 cashback on a 450D back in 2008 and they were pretty good to be honest. They sent me a cheque back then but now they only pay by BACS



Thanks for that. I was hoping that I'll hear from them and then update the thread properly. Unfortunately, I am still waiting for a response. I definitely can't say with confidence that I have not missed out that digit from the serial number so the blame could be partially mine. I emailed them more pictures of the receipt, docket, box and barcodes. I am awaiting a response before I accuse them of anything. Trading Standards is a good idea indeed, but I am hoping it won't come to that.

I am sure Costco will take it back if Canon decide to play it that way anyways. In my experience, Costco are amazingly good; Their "concierge" service was the best aftersales experience I've had when I had a Samsung TV develop a fault 4-5 years ago. They quickly sent someone out to diagnose the fault and simply just gave me the original purchase amount in cash. I actually felt guilty as the TV wasn't completely broken and we used it for 4 years.

I haven't quite decided on that though...
Just thought I'd give a wee update to the thread. Canon got back to me and all is looking good. They approved the double cashback, Just awaiting the actual payment now...

Thanks very much again OP. This was an amazing deal @ 350.
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