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

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Found 21st Jun 2013
ALL PRODUCTS COME WITH A 1 YEAR GUARANTEE!
12-megapixel resolution Step up to DSLR image quality with a 12-megapixel APS-C-sized sensor. A 14-bit DIGIC 4 image processor provides up to 3.2fps continuous shooting and images that are packed with detail and tonal range. Intuitive, on-screen feature guide The EOS 1100D’s Feature Guide provides descriptions of many of the camera’s functions, as well as advice on how to use them in your own photography. Easy to use Scene modes and Basic+ Theme-based Scene modes automatically pick the most suitable exposure, focus and drive-mode settings for the subject being photographed, while Creative Auto mode portrays adjustable functions in an easy to understand way. With Canon’s Basic + technology, the look and feel of these basic auto modes can be fine-tuned according to ambience and lighting type. HD EOS Movie mode Shoot stunning HD video at 25 or 30fps, with automatic exposure control leaving you free to concentrate on the action. Footage can be edited on your PC or Mac, or played directly on an HD TV via the camera’s HDMI connection. ISO 100-6400 sensitivity Low-light shooting without flash is possible thanks to the EOS 1100D’s ISO 100-6400 sensitivity range. The camera’s 14-bit DIGIC 4 processor helps to control noise and maintain image quality. Wide-area 9-point AF system The EOS 1100D focuses quickly and accurately on static and moving subjects, thanks to nine AF points, spread out across the frame. A central cross-type AF point is sensitive to both horizontal and vertical lines. 63-zone iFCL exposure metering Advanced iFCL exposure metering dissects a scene into 63-zones before analyzing it to find the perfect combination of shutter speed, aperture and ISO. 6.8cm (2.7”), 230,000-dot LCD screen Compose and review images on a large 230,000-dot LCD screen, which also provides access to the camera’s menu system and Quick Control Screen. Use with all EF and EF-S lenses The EOS 1100D is supported by the complete range of EOS lenses and accessories: flashguns, remote releases and a system of more than 60 lenses trusted by professional photographers the world over.

45 Comments

Original Poster

Bought One from here when the deal was up last time around and have no regrets....Bargain price

Serious bargain IMO - this is what HUKD is about!

tanveerm

Bought One from here when the deal was up last time around and have no … Bought One from here when the deal was up last time around and have no regrets....Bargain price



How fast was delivery for you? Need this in my hands by next Friday...

It took 2 working days for mine to arrive - in fact I got the dispatch note and courier tracking details at 08:30 and there was a knock on the door at 08:50 with my camera ... fastest courier service in the world? Or just a lazy admin team that didn't notify me that it had been dispatched the day before?

Macdory

It took 2 working days for mine to arrive - in fact I got the dispatch … It took 2 working days for mine to arrive - in fact I got the dispatch note and courier tracking details at 08:30 and there was a knock on the door at 08:50 with my camera ... fastest courier service in the world? Or just a lazy admin team that didn't notify me that it had been dispatched the day before?



Either way it doesn't sound too bad for an eBay company selling refurbs... Surprised to see this only has DIGIC 4. I know there's plenty that will say there's no comparison between this and a compact but I can get the recent SX280 HS with 20x optical zoom and DIGIC 6 FOR £193 brand new after cashback, and I have a feeling I will appreciate the compact with the more flexible zoom and the options the DIGIC 6 offers...
Still a brilliant buy for the money, wish I had the option of purchasing both!

Why Expired? Still over 60 in stock

Quick glance seems a brill deal

ok i'm new to SLR's. how does this compare to a Cannon 550d i was looking at today?

Wow. Great price.
Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography. What would be better given there isn't much between them on price
Anyone used both?

jazzy1

ok i'm new to SLR's. how does this compare to a Cannon 550d i was looking … ok i'm new to SLR's. how does this compare to a Cannon 550d i was looking at today?



The 550d deal had the 18-55 IS lens (image stabilizer) plus it had a second telephoto lens too. The 550d is a better higher spec camera than this entry level can take better low light images with higher ISO settings.

but this 1100d is a very good deal. its cheaper than most Bridge cameras, super zoom compacts and miles better spec too.

cacorat

Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the … Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography. What would be better given there isn't much between them on price Anyone used both?



I'm guessing it's completely down to what you want, a very good pocketable camera (from what I've read in reviews and also going by previous models in that range) that'll give you a ridiculously long zoom in a small package or a bulky SLR which will require further lenses over the standard included lens to match that sort of focal length, but will have the edge on ultimate picture quality.

Now, that picture quality difference might sway some but it really depends what you're going to do with those shots. Blow them up to humongous sizes for an art exhibition or just scroll through them on your PC monitor and perhaps upload some to Facebook for friends to see? For snap and go, especially on holidays, I'm guessing Canon compacts are going to win for transportability and a good all-round range of functionality. These types of cameras are called 'travelzooms' for a reason, they're perfect for holidays!

I'm debating between the two as well as waiting for a travel-zoom at bargain price to turn up!

cacorat

Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the … Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography. What would be better given there isn't much between them on price Anyone used both?

cacorat

Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the … Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography. What would be better given there isn't much between them on price Anyone used both?




One last thing, I've owned many SLRs and many compacts over the years. When it came down to it, the SLR would nearly always get left at home in favour of a good quality zoom, especially on holiday. Walking around with an SLR around your neck all-day long eventually gets very annoying! SLRs have their time and place, if you're willing to pack all the equipment to go with them (extra lenses, flashguns, spare batteries) but for general use, they tend to get in the way.

I'm in no way trying to dissuade you from this SLR as it's a great buy should everything be OK and the one year warranty is honoured without hassle, but for point and shoot purposes a dedicated point and shoot will win hands down. The SX280 (and predecessors such as the SX220/SX230 and the previous range SX240/SX260) have full sets of controls including manual, program, aperture and shutter priority modes that allow you to take control should you wish to expand your creativity in the same way you can do with an SLR.

never been this unsure about a deal before. want it but wanted the 550d on JL this morning but then again i want this becuase its £140 cheaper than the JL 550d deal that was on this morning

jazzy1

never been this unsure about a deal before. want it but wanted the 550d … never been this unsure about a deal before. want it but wanted the 550d on JL this morning but then again i want this becuase its £140 cheaper than the JL 550d deal that was on this morning



They were selling this camera with an IS lens the other day (I'm looking at camera deals CONSTANTLY just now) and that was without a doubt a bargain. The IS version of the lens is superior, not just for the Image Stabilisation, than the DC lens included in this.

Still, good price and the cheapest price for a DSLR with a year's warranty that I can find.

Go and read up on what depth of field is, if you don't understand then you don't need an SLR and would rather have a compact, if you do understand then you can make your own mind up. I got rid of my SLR a few years ago as I wanted some smaller cameras to put in my pocket, now I'm looking for an SLR to complement them.

cacorat

Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the … Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography. What would be better given there isn't much between them on price Anyone used both?



you cant compare a point and shoot to a dslr - this dslr is a few years old now but itll still take far better pics than any point and shoot - plus you can get some very good lens at extra cost - some lens are cheap (£60ish) and some are very expensive £1000s, most people will go for £60-300 lens

depends what you want - portability or better pics

I have several point and shoots including a Panasonic tz10/Fuji/canon/etc, a sony nex and dslr - I use the dslr when I want decent pics and the sony nex when I want decentish pics but something a little more portable - or if I want ultimate portability ill take a point and shoot like the tz10

jazzy1

never been this unsure about a deal before. want it but wanted the 550d … never been this unsure about a deal before. want it but wanted the 550d on JL this morning but then again i want this becuase its £140 cheaper than the JL 550d deal that was on this morning


Been looking at the 600D so know how you feel

crazylegs

Been looking at the 600D so know how you feel



Found this on their shop..

ebay.co.uk/itm…feb

jazzy1

Found this on their … Found this on their shop..http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Canon-EOS-600D-Digital-SLR-Camera-18-55mm-II-Lens-Refurbished-/290934063083?pt=UK_CamerasPhoto_DigitalCameras_DigitalCameras_JN&hash=item43bd057feb


Yes been keeping an eye on that deal for the last week, not got the cash at the mo which is a bummer or I would snap it up!

cacorat

Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the … Wow. Great price. Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography. What would be better given there isn't much between them on price Anyone used both?



you cant compare a point and shoot to a dslr - this dslr is a few years old now but itll still take far better pics than any point and shoot - plus you can get some very good lens at extra cost - some lens are cheap (£60ish) and some are very expensive £1000s, most people will go for £60-300 lens

depends what you want - portability or better pics

I have several point and shoots including a Panasonic tz10/Fuji/canon/etc, a sony nex and dslr - I use the dslr when I want decent pics and the sony nex when I want decentish pics but something a little more portable - or if I want ultimate portability ill take a point and shoot like the tz10

royals

you cant compare a point and shoot to a dslr - this dslr is a few years … you cant compare a point and shoot to a dslr - this dslr is a few years old now but itll still take far better pics than any point and shoot - plus you can get some very good lens at extra cost - some lens are cheap (£60ish) and some are very expensive £1000s, most people will go for £60-300 lens depends what you want - portability or better picsI have several point and shoots including a Panasonic tz10/Fuji/canon/etc, a sony nex and dslr - I use the dslr when I want decent pics and the sony nex when I want decentish pics but something a little more portable - or if I want ultimate portability ill take a point and shoot like the tz10



"Very interested in the comparison between this and the sx280 hs, just for snap and go type comparison, holiday type photography."

I'd say, going by what the person has asked for a compact is more suitable for their needs. Yes, DSLRs are better but not much better when 1) you won't be doing anything with the photos that shows off the lower noise at higher ISOs the larger sensors are capable of 2) when you're specifically looking for point and shoot capabilities 3) all the extra features will lie there unused 4) portability becomes a factor.

Back in the day I used to use 35mm SLRs, I used them solely because you couldn't get anywhere near the image quality and the features on a compact. If you could they probably cost a small fortune. This is when I was regularly developing film and printing photos myself in a darkroom.

Decades later, DSLR and good (not cheap and nasty) compacts is not enough to solely force you down the SLR route, not like back in the days of film where it was pretty much a given.

If an image like the one below looks sharp enough, punchy enough with low enough noise and good colour reproduction then who's to say that the camera it was taken on is any less than what you require?


http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7305/8736550028_bf861e2c41_b.jpg




Edited by: "bleachingshane" 21st Jun 2013

Superb deal!

Hot deal

I got one!!! Been after a DSLR for a while, but as a true beginner wasn't really sure what I wanted. At this price it's worth the gamble. Thanks HUKD'ers! Registered just to give the op heat.

WOW, amazing deal. I have a D5100 already, but tempted to get my wife one at that price.

vi08mbelc

I got one!!! Been after a DSLR for a while, but as a true beginner wasn't … I got one!!! Been after a DSLR for a while, but as a true beginner wasn't really sure what I wanted. At this price it's worth the gamble. Thanks HUKD'ers! Registered just to give the op heat.



Perfect for your first camera mate! Enjoy

Thanks OP. bought it last night. Been an expensive week on HUKD!

Thanks for posting this OP.

I bought this on a whim because I've wanted a fancy camera for a while, but not wanted to pay fancy camera prices.

I've got no idea what the hell I'm going to do with this, but I'll find some excuses.

thanks OP, great Christmas pressie for my teenager who constantly badgers me to borrow my Canon :-)

Looking at getting this and a 55-250 is lens.
Would this be a good starter camera. Not had a DSLR before. Want it to last a few years at least.
Or am I better off saving up a little more and getting the nikon d3100 vr ?

Would refurbished mean some cosmetic damages, scratches etc?

Looks to be an expensive start to the weekend...

I bought one earlier this week. Arrived the next day and was in NEW condition in sealed box.

towills

Would refurbished mean some cosmetic damages, scratches etc?



No marks on mine at all - looks like new

I bought a refurbed 350D from these people and it was in great nick when delivered. Only problem was that it broke about a week later when I was on holiday (the reason I bought it) and I couldn't take pictures all week (2006).

Warranty service was very good though.

Went oos as I was about to buy :-(

don't worry they'll come back in stock or you could buy the slightly more expensive one:

ebay.co.uk/itm…7d3

Bought one when it showed just 4 left..!! Couldn't resist...when i saw some ebayers have bought 5 and 6 cameras in the same listing..!! Thanks OP..

thesmellyone

don't worry they'll come back in stock or you could buy the slightly more … don't worry they'll come back in stock or you could buy the slightly more expensive one: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Canon-EOS-1100D-Digital-SLR-Camera-18-55mm-DC-Lens-Refurbished-/281124530131?pt=UK_CamerasPhoto_DigitalCameras_DigitalCameras_JN&hash=item417453e7d3



What's the difference between the camera in your link and the OP's link, other than the £25 difference in price?

Nothing I could see which is why I said the slightly more expensive one. They had them both on at the same time. Still a good price if you missed the cheaper one
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