Canon EOS 1300D with 18-55mm lens AND 75-300mm Lens *PRICE INCLUDES CANON CASHBACK* @ Currys - £358
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Canon EOS 1300D with 18-55mm lens AND 75-300mm Lens *PRICE INCLUDES CANON CASHBACK* @ Currys - £358

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Found 5th JanEdited by:"MonkeyMan90"
Please note price is £378 and you claim £20 back from Canon

Top features:


- Instantly share images with WiFi connectivity

- Capture with ease thanks to simple functionality

- Auto and manual focusing makes taking the perfect photo simple

- Record Full HD movies and watch back on a TV

Instantly share

At its core, the Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with 18-55 mm f/3.5-f/5.6 & 75-300 mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens has an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor that works in conjunction with the improved DIGIC 4+ processing engine for sharp and accurate shooting.

The 1300D features on-board WiFi that allows you to connect your camera to a compatible smart device using the Canon Camera Connect app. This lets you instantly review your shots for easy sharing without having to wait to get home and connect to a computer.

WiFi connectivity means that even if you're on the other side of the world, you can share memories and moments with loved ones in seconds wherever you're connected.

Capture with ease


Taking beautiful portraits, stunning landscapes, dramatic close-ups and special moments has never been easier. The EOS 1300D has been designed to be quick, simple and fun to use, with effortless operability and flawless functionality.

You can get shooting straight away with the included 18-55 mm zoom lens that gives you a workable focal range to start shooting right from the box and a 75-300 mm telephoto zoom lens which will help you get up close with sporting or nature shots.

A bright optical viewfinder shows the world in true-to-life detail while the Scene Intelligent Auto mode ensures each composition is captured with the right combination of settings, giving you more time to frame the scene and capture your creative vision.

Auto and manual focusing

Use the camera's auto and manual focusing to take control of the creativity, with 9-point focusing system reaching the whole subject area.

Draw attention to the subject by playing with the depth of field, and shoot with a shallow-focus for other effects. There's plenty of scope for taking creative control and shooting the moment with your own stamp. Furthermore, the subject-based modes have been tailor-made for different themes, allowing you to experiment easily.

Record Full HD movies

The Canon EOS 1300D interchangeable camera features Full HD movie capabilities. Tell the story in an HD video clip which you can watch back on a large screen TV. A Video Snapshot mode allows you to capture short 2, 4 or 8 second video clips before stitching them together in a fun and enjoyable sequence.

Memory card

Don't forget to add on a suitable memory card for your new camera. A high speed card will help you to write images and videos quickly so you can carry on capturing special moments.
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This or "Nikon D3400 + AF-P 18-55VR"?
Ripperoo10 m ago

This or "Nikon D3400 + AF-P 18-55VR"?



You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a badge snob will sell it for you lol
MonkeyMan902 m ago

You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a …You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a badge snob will sell it for you lol


If your a badge snob....in what world is Canon posher than Nikon? They are very similar in quality, ability and range of camera products.

In fact as Nikon tends to focus more on optical products, where as Canon diversifies quite a bit. I’d be inclined to say Nikon is the better name as a push.
I may have missed something in the details, but isn’t the 75 to 300 the old non-stabilised ens? If so you’ll need good light or a tripod to make good use of it.
Oneday774 m ago

If your a badge snob....in what world is Canon posher than Nikon? They are …If your a badge snob....in what world is Canon posher than Nikon? They are very similar in quality, ability and range of camera products. In fact as Nikon tends to focus more on optical products, where as Canon diversifies quite a bit. I’d be inclined to say Nikon is the better name as a push.


just an opinion mate. It's like asking which is better Apple or Android. There is no definitive answer
MonkeyMan902 m ago

just an opinion mate. It's like asking which is better Apple or Android. …just an opinion mate. It's like asking which is better Apple or Android. There is no definitive answer


Except I’d never describe buying an Android over and Apple or vice versa a badge snobbery decision.
Oneday7730 m ago

Except I’d never describe buying an Android over and Apple or vice versa a …Except I’d never describe buying an Android over and Apple or vice versa a badge snobbery decision.


People buy Apple because of it's name
Pentax just saying
This was one of my first sets - 1000d with 18-55 and 75-300. All I can say is great deal, welcome to your new expensive hobby, and you'll need a tripod as that 75-300 does not have IS
Oneday776 h, 13 m ago

Except I’d never describe buying an Android over and Apple or vice versa a …Except I’d never describe buying an Android over and Apple or vice versa a badge snobbery decision.


I bought a Canon because I read a DPReview thread that said something along the lines of: "Don't choose a camera manufacturer based on the camera. Choose it based on which has the best lenses. Bodies come and go but your lenses stay with you...choose Canon as their lenses are better"
Might have been a Canon rep posting and I've never tried Nikon so I can't vouch for the advice.
My "proper photographer" friends go Nikon.
...or you could choose something different...choose life...photography will eat all your money
CheapLife9 h, 12 m ago

This was one of my first sets - 1000d with 18-55 and 75-300. All I can …This was one of my first sets - 1000d with 18-55 and 75-300. All I can say is great deal, welcome to your new expensive hobby, and you'll need a tripod as that 75-300 does not have IS


Actually that 18-55 is not IS either. I may recommend going for a kit with the 18-55 IS STM instead then get a zoom later like the 55-250
I have the previous incarnation Canon 1200d with 2 lenses and it is superb, still looks new i have owned since 2014 and it has performed perfectly.

It cost nearly the same amount then.
Good deal......but Nikon is better xx
MonkeyMan905th Jan

You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a …You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a badge snob will sell it for you lol


Nikon, Hasselblad and Nikon/Kodak hybrids were the only cameras NASA took into space. Nikon's covered more wars, conflicts and major world events than any other camera in the 20th century, and they did't abandon their mount, virtually every Nikkor lens made since 1958 will still fit a Nikon body today. Canon is like the rather brash younger brother to the older more serious sibling. Nikon easily wins for badge snobbery IMHO.
MonkeyMan905th Jan

You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a …You get 2 lenses with this package and it's a canon. Which if you're a badge snob will sell it for you lol


Well, I wish I'd gone the Canon route after all as apart from there being only one lens with the Nikon, it does not have WiFi transfer, but instead has an inferior and very slow Bluetooth transfer which only lets you transfer to 'Smart Devices".

No wireless transfer to PC/Laptop like my old Canon SX510HS which can do it with ease and that low-end camera is a few years old now.

I actually expected WiFi transfer as a minimum and would have thought in this day and age that a camera such as Nikon would come with WiFi transfer as standard (even if it is an entry level model).
Ripperoo24th Jan

Well, I wish I'd gone the Canon route after all as apart from there being …Well, I wish I'd gone the Canon route after all as apart from there being only one lens with the Nikon, it does not have WiFi transfer, but instead has an inferior and very slow Bluetooth transfer which only lets you transfer to 'Smart Devices".No wireless transfer to PC/Laptop like my old Canon SX510HS which can do it with ease and that low-end camera is a few years old now.I actually expected WiFi transfer as a minimum and would have thought in this day and age that a camera such as Nikon would come with WiFi transfer as standard (even if it is an entry level model).


I tried to tell you mate but the Nikon fan boys turned your head lol
MonkeyMan902 h, 52 m ago

I tried to tell you mate but the Nikon fan boys turned your head lol


Yeah, you did and I should have listened!

But with being a DSLR noob, I figured the lens with the IS would trump the non-IS lens affair. Maybe if I had Parkinsons?

I suppose I could send it back but as I got it for £294, it does still seems like a good deal (it's back up to £379 ATM).

Besides, the Canon is around £80 (albeit with two lenses) and it's down to the numbers in all honesty and I will just have to live with transferring to PC via SD card.

Any suggestions for an external flash? Seems they are universal, but it that correct?
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