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Canon Ef 40MM F/2.8 Stm Camera Lens Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Warranty £109.99 @ argos ebay
Canon Ef 40MM F/2.8 Stm Camera Lens Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Warranty £109.99 @ argos ebay

Canon Ef 40MM F/2.8 Stm Camera Lens Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Warranty £109.99 @ argos ebay

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Just stumbled across this. Might help,someone.

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Good price - I wonder if there is any chance of £25 cashback? canon.co.uk/win…ack

Argos listed as "trusted etailer": canon.co.uk/Whe…spx

Why would this be cold?
Edited by: "worthinger" 8th Dec 2014

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worthinger

Good price - I wonder if there is any chance of £25 cashback? … Good price - I wonder if there is any chance of £25 cashback? http://www.canon.co.uk/wintercashbackArgos listed as "trusted etailer": http://www.canon.co.uk/Where_to_Buy/For_Home/Canon_Authorised_Etailers/index.aspx



Might be worth emailing? Wonder if you can claim £25 multiple times?

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EF-S 18 - 200 at a good price and potential £45 cashback.

Rendog

Might be worth emailing? Wonder if you can claim £25 multiple times?



I bought one of the 40mm from Amazon a few weeks back and ended up paying £94 with the cashback - £83 would have been better.

I wish it wasn't christmas as I'd buy the zoom as well.

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worthinger

I bought one of the 40mm from Amazon a few weeks back and ended up paying … I bought one of the 40mm from Amazon a few weeks back and ended up paying £94 with the cashback - £83 would have been better.I wish it wasn't christmas as I'd buy the zoom as well.



I want to buy a new camera but have spent far too much already. Will have to wait until jan/feb now.

not sure you get the cashback, says ebay is excluded.
not sure what case is if recognised etailer has ebay store though best to check

This is a really nice prime lens. I've got it and it's grate for this money. Very small and light and sharp

This will not be eligible for the cashback-Canon will outsource the cashback processing to another company and as soon as they see the word ebay, regardless of the retailer they will reject it. I have come across the same thing before with other cashbacks and argos ebay. By all means contact them to check though.

great lens, I got one this time last year from eBay. (not Argos) but canon wouldn't pay the cash back with it being ebay

supposed to be really good but looks moronic on a dslr (imo), good for transport i guess though!

brilly

supposed to be really good but looks moronic on a dslr (imo), good for … supposed to be really good but looks moronic on a dslr (imo), good for transport i guess though!



It is. I borrowed one from one of my friends to try for myself and it's very sharp with quick, silent autofocus. I've been after one for a while but this deal has just come at the wrong time for me. I'll keep an eye out for any more deals in the new year when I've cleared my overdraft!

And yes, it does look a bit silly on a big DSLR body!
Edited by: "soundoftheatom" 9th Dec 2014

Please stop showing me lenses.... I'll need another mortgage at this rate..lol with these and l glass I'm spending way too much

Yeah, it does look kind of mis-proportioned on a larger dSLR (like my 7D and grip). But where this lens works well for me is on my EOS-M with adaptor. About a 65mm full-frame equivalent, making it brilliant for close up people shots - almost starting to get into portrait range, and really nice bokeh.

Small lenses on big cameras never bothered me. My first 'real' camera was a Zenit(h) B - I couldn't afford the f2.0 50mm lens, so spent all of my £16 if I remember correctly on the same camera with a f3.5 50mm lens which was tiny in comparison to the f2.0

Anyone else here have a Zenit(h) B?



Edited by: "kennethsross" 9th Dec 2014

[quote=kennethsross]Yeah, it does look kind of mis-proportioned on a larger dSLR (like my 7D and grip). But where this lens works well for me is on my EOS-M with adaptor. About a 65mm full-frame equivalent, making it brilliant for close up people shots - almost starting to get into portrait range, and really nice bokeh.

Small lenses on big cameras never bothered me. My first 'real' camera was a Zenit(h) B - I couldn't afford the f2.0 50mm lens, so spent all of my £16 if I remember correctly on the same camera with a f3.5 50mm lens which was tiny in comparison to the f2.0

Anyone else here have a Zenit(h) B?



Yes I had a Zenith 35mm SLR, wish I had never sold it, if you took your time using the manual settings it produced some superb photos, traded it in against a Pentax ME Super, which I traded in against a Olympus E420, oh why oh why did I sell that E420 - it was really small and took fantastic digital photos, now I have to admit to owning a Canon EOS 6D. its good, but I still feel nostalgic about the Zenith.....real film

pauldh

This will not be eligible for the cashback-Canon will outsource the … This will not be eligible for the cashback-Canon will outsource the cashback processing to another company and as soon as they see the word ebay, regardless of the retailer they will reject it. I have come across the same thing before with other cashbacks and argos ebay. By all means contact them to check though.



Don't be so negative and pessimistic. Canon have just confirmed my claim for £25 cashback has been accepted. I sent them the ARGOS receipt that Argos emailed me when the lens was despatched. It mentions that Argos Outlet is just a trading name of Argos and there's no mention of Ebay.
I hope this helps others as the lens is great and not available anywhere at this cashback price

Thanks for the info, have just ordered one from Argos ebay , has anyone received the Canon £25 cash back yet? Camera price buster have Jessops as the cheapest at £147 with no mention of Argos online, thats why I am asking, thanks

Email from Canon today reads:
Congratulations! We have successfully transferred your cashback payment of 25.00 GBP to your bank account. You should see these funds in your account within 3 to 5 working days. Enjoy!

Kind regards,
Canon UK

zygo

Email from Canon today reads:Congratulations! We have successfully … Email from Canon today reads:Congratulations! We have successfully transferred your cashback payment of 25.00 GBP to your bank account. You should see these funds in your account within 3 to 5 working days. Enjoy!Kind regards,Canon UK

Fantastic, thanks

Reference number:xxxxxxxx

Product: EF 40mm f/2.8 STM

Dear xxxxxxxx

I am happy to confirm that your claim for the Canon Winter Cashback Promotion has now been approved and you will receive payment for the amount of 25.00 GBP within the next 28 days.

You can check the status of your claim using our 24/7 Online Tracking System. Simply log in using the username and password shown below in bold print.

Username: xxxxxxx
Password: xxxxxxx

Please note that these are your initial log in details. If you have changed your password, please use the one that you have created.

Kind regards,
Canon UK

Received this email from Canon today!, £84 total price! Thanks you zygo
Edited by: "GordonR" 21st Dec 2014

u01atc8

Please stop showing me lenses.... I'll need another mortgage at this … Please stop showing me lenses.... I'll need another mortgage at this rate..lol with these and l glass I'm spending way too much


When was the last time you could buy a brand new Canon lens for £84 (after cashback) iwith free delivery

GordonR

[quote=kennethsross]Yeah, it does look kind of mis-proportioned on a … [quote=kennethsross]Yeah, it does look kind of mis-proportioned on a larger dSLR (like my 7D and grip). But where this lens works well for me is on my EOS-M with adaptor. About a 65mm full-frame equivalent, making it brilliant for close up people shots - almost starting to get into portrait range, and really nice bokeh.Small lenses on big cameras never bothered me. My first 'real' camera was a Zenit(h) B - I couldn't afford the f2.0 50mm lens, so spent all of my £16 if I remember correctly on the same camera with a f3.5 50mm lens which was tiny in comparison to the f2.0Anyone else here have a Zenit(h) B?Yes I had a Zenith 35mm SLR, wish I had never sold it, if you took your time using the manual settings it produced some superb photos, traded it in against a Pentax ME Super, which I traded in against a Olympus E420, oh why oh why did I sell that E420 - it was really small and took fantastic digital photos, now I have to admit to owning a Canon EOS 6D. its good, but I still feel nostalgic about the Zenith.....real film



I had the Zenith as well and I now use the lenses with my Canon which gives them a whole new lease of life. Just needed an M42 to Canon EF adaptor which was £7 from Amazon. It even has focus confirmation. All lenses are manual as originally but its good fun to use and if the lenses were Canon ones would now cost a fortune to but. Theres also numerous on Ebay under M42 lenses so a cheap way to get great lenses. Have a look ; )

Reference number: xxxxxxx
 
Product: EF 40mm f/2.8 STM
 
Dear Xxxxxxx,
 
Congratulations! We have successfully transferred your cashback payment of 25.00 GBP to your bank account. You should see these funds in your account within 3 to 5 working days. Enjoy!
 
Kind regards,
Canon UK
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