Canon EOS 1100D Digital SLR Camera + 18-55mm DC III Lens (Refurbished) £177.94 Canon Ebay Outlet
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Canon EOS 1100D Digital SLR Camera + 18-55mm DC III Lens (Refurbished) £177.94 Canon Ebay Outlet

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Found 14th Jun 2013
I don't really know much about the Canon 1100 and other 'beginner' SLRs but for £178 I thought this might be a good entry!

They've got a few, so I think these wont actually be refurbished - more like a clearance or a shop closed down, etc.

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i use one paid 3 times that great buy

Not a bad price at all but might be worth a few quid extra for the Nikon D3100...TBH both will take excellent pictures and unless you're very serious about your photography this will do you nicely...

That seems a good price to me. well spotted.

"no returns accepted" in T&Cs !
not sure I want to risk £200?

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Delfly

"no returns accepted" in T&Cs !not sure I want to risk £200?


Distance selling rules apply as buying online. So you can return.

Great price - well spotted.

What's included?

Does it also include a batter charger, neck-strap and bag?

Edited by: "Macdory" 14th Jun 2013

Hotwheel107

Distance selling rules apply as buying online. So you can return.



You can return within 7 days and you also get a 1 year manufacturer warranty

Original Poster

Macdory

What's included? Does it also include a batter charger, neck-strap and … What's included? Does it also include a batter charger, neck-strap and bag?Or all extras?


As I understand it, these come with all the accessories you would get with a new retail product.
Yes, to battery, charger and strap - don't know about a bag.
(in fact there are so many of these, that I can only assume they are a new retail product)

Delfly

"no returns accepted" in T&Cs !not sure I want to risk £200?



The lens alone is worth over £100.

There's no way to spin this so it isn't a great deal. I'm not a huge fan of the lower end SLRs, but this thing costs such a small amount of money (less than many point & shoots) I cannot bash it. It is just too amazing of a price.

I really hope young photographers/students/amateurs find out about this because as an absolute starter camera for under £200 it is a steal. Yes, yes, the 600D, etc are better starter cameras, but they are priced over £500. Huge difference between £200 and £500.
Edited by: "UnoriginalGuy" 14th Jun 2013

Great deal. If you're looking for a first SLR jump on this.

Damn, I'm in trouble with the wife.

thingswelike

As I understand it, these come with all the accessories you would get … As I understand it, these come with all the accessories you would get with a new retail product.Yes, to battery, charger and strap - don't know about a bag.(in fact there are so many of these, that I can only assume they are a new retail product)



Ordered thanks - a Cannon bag is only £7.50 so no deal breaker ... thank you OP

joedredd

Damn, I'm in trouble with the wife.



Go order a tripod too, then you can make erotic pictures to cheer her up.

got this camera last xmas, my photos are so much better now even on the auto mode, this is my first dslr cant recommend this enough, this price is a steal

Almost too cheap! - Ordered and let's see what you get for your money!

Hi, How much zoom this camera (including any lens in this deal) can go up to - 10x or 20x? I dont understand the 18-55 mm pls...

Grabbed one, cheers OP

rajeshhcl

Hi, How much zoom this camera (including any lens in this deal) can go up … Hi, How much zoom this camera (including any lens in this deal) can go up to - 10x or 20x? I dont understand the 18-55 mm pls...



It's a 3x zoom, but that means nothing without knowing what it is three times of. If you're looking to do telephoto stuff you'll need a 70-300mm lens.

that is such a cheap price. pity I have a dslr.

Review here...
Edited by: "moby_matt" 14th Jun 2013

Any recommendations for SD card to go with this?

Great deal for the price, but let's not get carried away about the lens. That lens might have an rrp over 100 but NO ONE buys them separately, they are lenses which come bundled with cameras. 18-55 is a lens to get started, it gives something equivalent to 3x zoom. 20x slr lenses cost thousands. This isnt comparable to a compact with 20x zoom built in, this is a different league of high iso noise from most compacts at this price point.

Macdory

Any recommendations for SD card to go with this?



Depends on what size you want and your budget, this is a good size and speed for decent money

amazon.co.uk/San…+SD

Brilliant deal. Heat.

kharma45

Depends on what size you want and your budget, this is a good size and … Depends on what size you want and your budget, this is a good size and speed for decent moneyhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-SDSDU-032G-U46-Sandisk-Ultra-SDHC/dp/B007BJHEWK/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1371233811&sr=8-5&keywords=32GB+SD



Thank you - would you recommend a 32GB over a 16GB? How many photo's would you get on each?
Edited by: "Macdory" 14th Jun 2013

Bought. Got the 1000d on a similar deal last year. Would recommend to everyone who ever takes a photo in any capacity. Recommended to all my friends and family

Is this non-IS lens? I assume so

Bought thanks! Was looking to buy the 600D but at this price I had to get this. More to spend on lenses

All gone, I recommend getting the Canon EF 50mm lens in addition to the supplied one, can get some good quality pics

Sold out, that went fast

Macdory

Thank you - would you recommend a 32GB over a 16GB? How many photo's … Thank you - would you recommend a 32GB over a 16GB? How many photo's would you get on each?



I'd recommend class 10 if you intend to do any video. For just photos (even on burst) any SD card will likely be fast enough. So just get whatever looks best price wise (e.g. 2x 16 GB, 1x 32 GB, etc). You can easily find 16 GB cards for £10 these days.

I've purchased from Sandisk and Transcend extensively and never had any issues with either. I just look at price point and read the reviews to see what the "real" speeds of the cards are. Whatever you get you shouldn't be spending more than approx £20 unless you're getting 2x 32 GB SD cards or similar.

Might go without saying but don't get Micro-SD. You want full SD cards. Even with the adapters I'd still take a real SD card any day.
Edited by: "UnoriginalGuy" 14th Jun 2013

Original Poster

Well - they didn't last long - hope you all enjoy your cameras and take some beautiful images!

Assuming that this works with all Canon lenses, I second the person who suggested the Canon EF 50mm f1.8 lens.
But now that you've got your camera, don't do anything without reading about 'why' first. I recommend a book called Understanding Exposure. No need to buy it - local libraries are usually stuffed with DSLR photography books.

Cheers
thingswelike

Macdory

Thank you - would you recommend a 32GB over a 16GB? How many photo's … Thank you - would you recommend a 32GB over a 16GB? How many photo's would you get on each?



I'd go 32GB for the minimal price difference. How many photos you would get depends on whether you're shooting in JPEG or RAW, and if you're doing any videos with it too.

Now get ready for a glut of negative feedback on other Bridge and compact camera threads from all the sudden SLR experts that have bought this entry level Camera..:{

Cold, canon eBay are not associated with canon, worst customer service I have ever encountered, poor camera.

Original Poster

Just be careful of filling a large card with photos.
A 16Gb card will fit thousands of images. I don't recommend you do that though - try and get the photos off after every session. Have a healthy distrust of SD cards (although I've never had a problem with Sandisk).

I also recommend Adobe Lightroom - v4 is a bit cheaper at the moment. It can totally transform your relationship with photos.

Mine arrived today.

Camera and lens obviously been opened before but no scratches or problems to note.
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7305/9076296162_3068d1a50c.jpg

Edited by: "joedredd" 18th Jun 2013

Just received mine, came packaged the same way as 'joedredd' - just charging the battery now!

Looks a great deal still, mine had no marks, scuffs, anything like that..
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