Canon EOS 700D 18MP DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens £379 @ Argos
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Canon EOS 700D 18MP DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens £379 @ Argos

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Found 11th Jan
Cheapest price that I’ve seen this camera apart from the Canon website but there’s none in store. This is at Argos.
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store.digitalrev.com/pro…A_A

If you have Canon lenses already and don’t require the plastic kit lens, DigitalRevs have the 750D (body only) for £20 more
Best ever price according to Camera Price Buster

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Link for Canon 700D with 18-55mm IS STM Lens here
Porsche_did_91111th Jan

https://store.digitalrev.com/product/canon-eos-750d-dslr-body/MTEwNDA2MQ_A_AIf you have Canon lenses already and don’t require the plastic kit lens, DigitalRevs have the 750D (body only) for £20 more


so not only are you paying more, you are getting no lens and are getting a grey import
not comparable
brilly45 m ago

so not only are you paying more, you are getting no lens and are getting a …so not only are you paying more, you are getting no lens and are getting a grey importnot comparable


Depends on your experience and how much you value having a kit lens with plastic elements in your bag. You’re also assuming that everyone would need a 18-55mm lens, which isn’t suitable for wildlife or photographing the kids on sports day. That said - given this is Canon’s entry level range of DSLRs, you may well require a lens to find your feet.

Main comparisons on 700D vs 750D:

+ 17.9MP vs 24MP
+ 9 focus points vs 19
+ 580g vs 555g
+ DXO Score 61 vs 71

DigitalRevs are a very good company, not only for their tutorial content, but also great aftercare and free UK delivery. That should be enough to help everyone decide which is the better offer on the table.
Porsche_did_91111th Jan

Depends on your experience and how much you value having a kit lens with …Depends on your experience and how much you value having a kit lens with plastic elements in your bag. You’re also assuming that everyone would need a 18-55mm lens, which isn’t suitable for wildlife or photographing the kids on sports day. That said - given this is Canon’s entry level range of DSLRs, you may well require a lens to find your feet.Main comparisons on 700D vs 750D:+ 17.9MP vs 24MP+ 9 focus points vs 19+ 580g vs 555g+ DXO Score 61 vs 71DigitalRevs are a very good company, not only for their tutorial content, but also great aftercare and free UK delivery. That should be enough to help everyone decide which is the better offer on the table.


i am not disputing any of that - just that they are not comparable deals!
OBVIOUSLY a grey import and no lens is going to cost less than a UK market version with a lens
the fact that someone needs a lens or not is also up to the person buying - they dont really need to be told do they?
brilly4 h, 8 m ago

i am not disputing any of that - just that they are not comparable …i am not disputing any of that - just that they are not comparable deals!OBVIOUSLY a grey import and no lens is going to cost less than a UK market version with a lensthe fact that someone needs a lens or not is also up to the person buying - they dont really need to be told do they?


And again, it depends on your experience. My original comment just highlighted that if you had the Canon lenses you wanted already and you were interested in this range, then the 750D might be better value deal to consider based on spec.

Just for you - lets remove the lens from the equation to make it more comparable. Looks like the average selling price for a new Canon 18-55mm on eBay is £60;

- £319 for 2013 spec from Argos (now discontinued, so should be reduced further IMO)
- £397 for 2016 spec from DigitalRev (Argos - £559)

Think we also need to shake off our hunch around vendors from Hong Kong. DigitalRev offer both local and a door-to-door warranty with each purchase, with all shipments to the UK sent DDP. They've even supplied me with UK cables in the past, which isn't mentioned on their product listing - can't recommend them enough (and for the record, I'm not affiliated with them in any way.)
Porsche_did_91111th Jan

And again, it depends on your experience. My original comment just …And again, it depends on your experience. My original comment just highlighted that if you had the Canon lenses you wanted already and you were interested in this range, then the 750D might be better value deal to consider based on spec.Just for you - lets remove the lens from the equation to make it more comparable. Looks like the average selling price for a new Canon 18-55mm on eBay is £60;- £319 for 2013 spec from Argos (now discontinued, so should be reduced further IMO)- £397 for 2016 spec from DigitalRev (Argos - £559) Think we also need to shake off our hunch around vendors from Hong Kong. DigitalRev offer both local and a door-to-door warranty with each purchase, with all shipments to the UK sent DDP. They've even supplied me with UK cables in the past, which isn't mentioned on their product listing - can't recommend them enough (and for the record, I'm not affiliated with them in any way.)


if you want to do lens selling then id much prefer camera word at 545 with lens -> 495 after cashback
want to compare to your deal 435 body only and uk stock with some accesories - bag and cleaning kit seem ok
  • Case Logic TBC409 SLR BAG
  • CameraWorld Magic Cleaning Cloth (M)
  • Hahnel 4-In-1 Cleaning Kit
  • Hama DSLR 5 Piece Accessory Set
Porsche_did_91111th Jan

Depends on your experience and how much you value having a kit lens with …Depends on your experience and how much you value having a kit lens with plastic elements in your bag. You’re also assuming that everyone would need a 18-55mm lens, which isn’t suitable for wildlife or photographing the kids on sports day. That said - given this is Canon’s entry level range of DSLRs, you may well require a lens to find your feet.Main comparisons on 700D vs 750D:+ 17.9MP vs 24MP+ 9 focus points vs 19+ 580g vs 555g+ DXO Score 61 vs 71DigitalRevs are a very good company, not only for their tutorial content, but also great aftercare and free UK delivery. That should be enough to help everyone decide which is the better offer on the table.


Hi, Could you recommend a Canon lens for wildlife and sports photography? Would a Canon zoom lens, 18-135mm EF-S f3.5-5.6 be suitable? Thanks
RedDwarfIsCool33 m ago

Hi, Could you recommend a Canon lens for wildlife and sports photography? …Hi, Could you recommend a Canon lens for wildlife and sports photography? Would a Canon zoom lens, 18-135mm EF-S f3.5-5.6 be suitable? Thanks


Hi @RedDwarfIsCool the 18-135mm would certainly be more suited then the 18-55 that comes bundled with this Argos offer.

If you're on budget, then Canon also do a 55-250mm F4-5.6 which will get you a bit closer to the action for around ~£140. I actually have one these which I mainly use for wedding videography and it's fantastic value for money.
brilly10 h, 14 m ago

if you want to do lens selling then id much prefer camera word at 545 with …if you want to do lens selling then id much prefer camera word at 545 with lens -> 495 after cashbackwant to compare to your deal 435 body only and uk stock with some accesories - bag and cleaning kit seem okCase Logic TBC409 SLR BAGCameraWorld Magic Cleaning Cloth (M)Hahnel 4-In-1 Cleaning KitHama DSLR 5 Piece Accessory Set


You've lost me now @brilly - but good on you for trying
Porsche_did_91112th Jan

You've lost me now @brilly - but good on you for trying


ah, the classic argument
my point was - your grey import with no lens for more money was virtually irrelevant
...but if you insisted on 'using' that then i showed how you could get it for just a little more from the UK
thanks for playing
brilly36 m ago

ah, the classic argumentmy point was - your grey import with no lens for …ah, the classic argumentmy point was - your grey import with no lens for more money was virtually irrelevant...but if you insisted on 'using' that then i showed how you could get it for just a little more from the UKthanks for playing


Can you share your opinion on what specifically is ‘grey’ about the alternative I deal that was posted?

Keep quoting that’s irrelevant - but going on likes alone, the group don’t seem agree with you
Porsche_did_91112th Jan

Can you share your opinion on what specifically is ‘grey’ about the alt …Can you share your opinion on what specifically is ‘grey’ about the alternative I deal that was posted?Keep quoting that’s irrelevant - but going on likes alone, the group don’t seem agree with you






whats grey about the digital rev one from hong kong? gee well...

likes mean virtually nothing, thinking they do means more about you than anything
who liked your post? one guy that doesn't know 'what lens' and 2 others that didn't post so no idea about their knowledge level
an illustrious group for sure
brilly10 m ago

whats grey about the digital rev one from hong kong? gee well...likes mean …whats grey about the digital rev one from hong kong? gee well...likes mean virtually nothing, thinking they do means more about you than anythingwho liked your post? one guy that doesn't know 'what lens' and 2 others that didn't post so no idea about their knowledge levelan illustrious group for sure


Seems like we’re not able to answer that question still Thanks again for brining so much value to the debate.

Trot along now.
Porsche_did_91112th Jan

Hi @RedDwarfIsCool the 18-135mm would certainly be more suited then the …Hi @RedDwarfIsCool the 18-135mm would certainly be more suited then the 18-55 that comes bundled with this Argos offer.If you're on budget, then Canon also do a 55-250mm F4-5.6 which will get you a bit closer to the action for around ~£140. I actually have one these which I mainly use for wedding videography and it's fantastic value for money.


Hi HerriceFrancais. Thanks for the recommendation. Very interesting lens for the price point. It's £129 on Amazon - can't be bad to that. Nice one.
Porsche_did_91111th Jan

https://store.digitalrev.com/product/canon-eos-750d-dslr-body/MTEwNDA2MQ_A_AIf you have Canon lenses already and don’t require the plastic kit lens, DigitalRevs have the 750D (body only) for £20 more


Can you repost as link is dead please.

Would this be good for a beginner going into dslr as you seem knowledgeable?
I was originally looking for something like the
100D
one2one243 h, 22 m ago

Can you repost as link is dead please.Would this be good for a beginner …Can you repost as link is dead please.Would this be good for a beginner going into dslr as you seem knowledgeable?I was originally looking for something like the 100D


Hi @one2one24

Yes - either of these cameras would be suitable for a beginner. If you wanted to compare specifics, try a service like snapsort that will give you a detail comparison.

Here is the link again to the 750D body only offer on DigitalRev (NB: only 20hr left before this one expires)
Many thanks @HerriceFrancais

That snapsort comparison site is great and simple for even a novice like me to understand and the 750D looks perfect for my needs. The new link posted works a treat and time is ticking.

Just would need a storage card and lens now.... would the 55-250mm F4-5.6 be compatible also?

I'm planning a family holiday to Italy in Easter and wanted to get some memories.

Guess I should research further

15.01.18 the 750d body is £409 now
Edited by: "one2one24" 15th Jan
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