Canon EOS 1100D Digital SLR Camera (inc. 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 DC III Lens Kit) £209 with code (was £279.99) @ Tesco Direct
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Canon EOS 1100D Digital SLR Camera (inc. 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 DC III Lens Kit) £209 with code (was £279.99) @ Tesco Direct

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Found 1st May 2014
Part of the bank holidays extravaganza

Price drop of £50, plus use discount code £20 TDX-JGCV to bring price to £209

Canon EOS 1100D Digital SLR Camera (inc. 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 DC III Lens Kit)

Make your first steps into the world of digital photography simple with the Canon EOS 1100D digital SLR, complete with a 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 DC III lens kit. The EOS 1100D’s 12 megapixel APS-C sized sensor with DIGIC 4 image processor provides smooth continuous shooting and images packed with detail. The crisp clarity of images isn’t lost when cropped or enlarged, and low light shooting is possible to a high ISO range. An intuitive on-screen feature guide allows easy navigation through the 1100D’s many camera functions, as well as advice on how to use them in your own photography. Theme-based scene modes automatically choose the perfect exposure, focus and drive-mode settings for the subject, and Creative Auto mode offers easy-to-understand adjustable functions with Canon’s Basic+ technology. The Canon EOS 1100D enables stunning HD video capture, with automatic exposure control to leave you free to concentrate on the action, with 9 AF points focusing quickly and accurately on static and moving subjects. The EOS 1100D is an ideal digital camera for first-time SLR users, providing simply outstanding images with ease.

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 1st May 2014

Great price heat given

I have one of these, it's a great way to get into the DSLR world for a reasonable cost. you'll find yourself buying additional lenses in no time though, recommend canon 50mm f/1.8 .

Entry level DSLR for bridge money. Good deal OP.

Agree with Harvey about the nifty fifty, awesome lens for the money.

Good price for a good entry level dslr.

Agree Harvey got one 2 years ago on canon outlets 179. Gret shot

Great price for a DSLR - it might be an entry level cam body but if you're half decent you don't anything much better for your day to day shooting. Plus the lenses CAN make all the diff.

Agree with the comments above - the 50mm is an essential lens (got a last gen Canon one on Amazon for £70). Love it.

Heat.
Edited by: "JonnyTwoTimez" 1st May 2014

Editor

Nice price!

I have the 400D and I aint got a clue how to use it.

BuzzDuraband

Nice price!I have the 400D and I aint got a clue how to use it.


step.x: take the lens cap off...


heat added

Hot! I just bought the the same model yesterday for £279 but with the II lens kit, I take it this is a better kit? Sorry for my ignorance, it's a pressie ...

clairevblackburn

Hot! I just bought the the same model yesterday for £279 but with the II … Hot! I just bought the the same model yesterday for £279 but with the II lens kit, I take it this is a better kit? Sorry for my ignorance, it's a pressie ...


chance yours may be the II IS which is stabilised, if so your one is better i think
not a canon user so not sure

clairevblackburn

Hot! I just bought the the same model yesterday for £279 but with the II … Hot! I just bought the the same model yesterday for £279 but with the II lens kit, I take it this is a better kit? Sorry for my ignorance, it's a pressie ...



You have the better kit with the image stabilised lens. The one from Tesco is non-stabilised.

Fantastic deal and a great little entry level DSLR.

I bought this same kit for £220 from the Littlewoods outlet a couple of months back.

Obviously everyone's going to start dumping their stock of these now that the 1200D is out so prices will be falling elsewhere too.

Just wanted to get my opinion in before the "experts" turn up and start making negative comparisons to £700 models.
Edited by: "chairmanofthebor" 1st May 2014

oddballjamie

You have the better kit with the image stabilised lens. The one from … You have the better kit with the image stabilised lens. The one from Tesco is non-stabilised.



Thank you.x

I have this camera, bought with the II lens from the Canon outlet for £200 last year. I sold the new II lens for about £70 on ebay and put the money towards a couple of better ones, which make an unbelievable difference. The f2.8 40mm lens (about £110) is just incredible - the first time I used that lens I couldn't believe the quality of the pictures that were coming out of a camera that cost me around £240-250, effectively.

From researching the camera and the kit lenses at the time I bought it, I gathered that the II lens and III lens are much the same optically, though the II lens has IS so is normally slightly preferred over the III (but not by £70, I would say).

amazing, amazon also dropped the price to £209, which was £239 an hour ago

amazon.co.uk/Can…slr

snapsort.com/com…100

Is Nikon 3100 better than this ? above link has comparison

What would be a good lens and where from please?

A 50mm f/1.8 for starters maybe and for further reach objects either a Canon 55-250 IS II or Tamron 70-300 VC.

Check out latest prices here:

camerapricebuster.co.uk/

RajUK

http://snapsort.com/compare/Canon-1100D-vs-Nikon_D3100Is Nikon 3100 … http://snapsort.com/compare/Canon-1100D-vs-Nikon_D3100Is Nikon 3100 better than this ? above link has comparison



I would personally pay the £60 more for the D3100 with the VR lens. The kit lens with the Nikon is a keeper. I find the D3100 a better product in terms of build quality, better to hold, and has the edge in nearly all technical aspects including 1080p/24fps video and indoors/low light sensitivity which is important to me.. That said I have an interest in Nikon glass, whereas some others err toward Canon. Both cameras are very capable entry level models.

Barso

A 50mm f/1.8 for starters maybe and for further reach objects either a … A 50mm f/1.8 for starters maybe and for further reach objects either a Canon 55-250 IS II or Tamron 70-300 VC.Check out latest prices here:http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/



I have both of those lenses, paid about £150 for both new.

cxn1043

amazing, amazon also dropped the price to £209, which was £239 an hour a … amazing, amazon also dropped the price to £209, which was £239 an hour agohttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Canon-1100D-Digital-Camera-3-5-5-6/dp/B004MPQXZA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1398934873&sr=8-1&keywords=canon+1100d+slr



Do you think it's someone's job in Amazon just to monitor this website and reduce prices on items posted on here?!


it seems like that they should also include the use of the voucher to have the final value of £209.

kneale81

Do you think it's someone's job in Amazon just to monitor this website … Do you think it's someone's job in Amazon just to monitor this website and reduce prices on items posted on here?!

This is a good price and a great entry into photography - I paid £360 for a 550d with a 24-55mm lens and a 75 - 300mm lens and i thought that was a steal! Heat added from me!

OOS

It's a great camera to learn on and at that price it's an absolute steal
I started with one of these in 2011 - now moved on to a 7D but keep the 1100D in my bag for landscapes - it's a cracking little camera

Now £375 @Tesco site but still available @ Amazon

Barso

Now £375 @Tesco site but still available @ Amazon



back to $240 in amazon so we can be sure that someone is checking the price in hukd

Managed to get a flubit on this for £196.21 before the tesco/amazon price hike. I've bought various stuff from flubit but nothing in this price bracket, what's flubit like on returns if any fault arises?. Bite now or wait for a drop in price on the Nikon D3100 with VR lens kit, just looking for an entry level kit.
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