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Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with EF-S18-55 IS II F3.5-5.6 Lens - Black £279.99 @ Amazon (+ £20 Cashback from Canon)
Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with EF-S18-55 IS II F3.5-5.6 Lens - Black £279.99 @ Amazon (+ £20 Cashback from Canon)

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with EF-S18-55 IS II F3.5-5.6 Lens - Black £279.99 @ Amazon (+ £20 Cashback from Canon)

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nice

Same price at Argos if you can find stock

I'm tempted by the 100D deal at John Lewis, if you sell the extra lens I think it's a similar price to this.

Good reviews.... Tempted to buy one

this or nikon 3300?

I jst got this from amazon. I also got £5 extra when I topped up my account with credit. (£100 or more). not sure if reward is for everyone but worth checking. so really £254.99 with the cashback.

I ordered this in New Year - I didn't post it at the time as it was out of stock - but it arrived within 10 days. Heat added - a great entry level SLR camera.

Tmacmissus

I ordered this in New Year - I didn't post it at the time as it was out … I ordered this in New Year - I didn't post it at the time as it was out of stock - but it arrived within 10 days. Heat added - a great entry level SLR camera.



Hi. Have you tested it Just wanted to know how's the battery life and how's the picture quality of taking pictures

eset12345

Same price at Argos if you can find stock



The camera at Argos (and John Lewis) actually comes with a different lens, one without image stabilisation, something that is important if you’re taking photos without a tripod (apparently!). The non-IS lens seems to be newer, however (it is mark III rather than mark II). On Canon’s own website they are selling the camera with the IS lens (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens) for £40 more than the camera with the non-IS lens (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III zoom lens) (the one being sold at Argos and John Lewis). So perhaps that says something about the relative value of the lenses.

So (as someone wanting an ‘entry-level’ DSLR) I’ve opted for the camera with the IS lens from Amazon as the better bet, even though the lens is older and you can get Quidco with Argos and a 2 year guarantee with John Lewis (it’s a one year Canon guarantee otherwise).

WhiteGoose

The camera at Argos (and John Lewis) actually comes with a different … The camera at Argos (and John Lewis) actually comes with a different lens, one without image stabilisation, something that is important if you’re taking photos without a tripod (apparently!). The non-IS lens seems to be newer, however (it is mark III rather than mark II). On Canon’s own website they are selling the camera with the IS lens (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens) for £40 more than the camera with the non-IS lens (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III zoom lens) (the one being sold at Argos and John Lewis). So perhaps that says something about the relative value of the lenses.So (as someone wanting an ‘entry-level’ DSLR) I’ve opted for the camera with the IS lens from Amazon as the better bet, even though the lens is older and you can get Quidco with Argos and a 2 year guarantee with John Lewis (it’s a one year Canon guarantee otherwise).


both lenses are same age, the number is only relevant to the type
so there is separate series for non stabilised etc

Junk camera. Spend the extra and get something decent, or go mirrorless.

derekblankmccoy

Junk camera. Spend the extra and get something decent, or go mirrorless.


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derekblankmccoy

Junk camera. Spend the extra and get something decent, or go mirrorless.



​It's not a junk camera, it's a perfectly good camera for a good price.
Edited by: "xreecey" 16th Jan

xreecey

​It's not a junk camera, it's a perfectly good camera for a good price.


Junk. A 100D at its normal price is a much better deal.
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