Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR + 18-55mm IS STM Lens + 75-300mm DC III Lens Now £499 (£449 after Cashback) @ Jessops
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Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR + 18-55mm IS STM Lens + 75-300mm DC III Lens Now £499 (£449 after Cashback) @ Jessops

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Found 17th Dec 2015
Really good reviews for this smart bit of kit - Claim form for CB on link

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Create high-quality low-noise images that are packed with detail
Shoot 18-megapixel photos and Full-HD video from the same camera
Movie Servo AF keeps moving subjects in focus when shooting video
Explore different shooting angles with a Vari-Angle Clear View LCD II Touch Screen

Get shooting quickly and easily with Scene Intelligent Auto
Superb image quality
Capture every detail with an 18-megapixel Hybrid CMOS AF sensor. The EOS 700D produces low-noise images that can be printed at large sizes or cropped for alternative compositions.

Full HD movies
Shoot video at 1080p resolution, enjoying the right level of automatic or manual control for you. Hybrid AF technology enables continuous focusing when shooting video, and the EOS 700D supports near-silent Movie Servo AF with compatible STM lenses. Record stereo sound with a built-in or external microphone.

Keep up with fast moving action
Track moving subjects even if they move across the scene with an autofocus system comprising 9 cross-type AF points. Continuous shooting at 5 fps for bursts of up to 22 shots means you’ll never miss that moment.

Explore new angles
Compose photos and movies from new and interesting angles using the EOS 700D’s Vari-angle 7.7cm (3.0”) 3:2 ratio Clear View LCD II Touch screen. Shoot over the top of crowds, or go for a dramatic ground-level viewpoint.

Touch-screen control
The EOS 700D is easy to use from the moment you first pick it up. Shoot and focus with a single tap of the camera’s touch screen, and use pinch and swipe gestures to navigate when reviewing images.

Scene Intelligent Auto
Shoot great pictures easily. Canon’s Scene Intelligent Auto mode analyses the scene and selects the most appropriate cameras settings automatically.
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Looks like a good price. Whats the video mode like compared to a D5100?

DuWolfy

Cheaper deal … Cheaper deal £394http://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/product/700D?subcats=Y&status=A&pshort=Y&pfull=Y&pname=Y&pkeywords=Y&search_performed=Y&q=700D


A grey import from Hong Kong? Good luck trying to get your money back, if anything goes wrong!
Edited by: "Happykuar" 17th Dec 2015
If you live your life like that you may as well not leave the house in case you get hit by a bus !!!
Or like me buy multiple things over the year like and save over £1k+ and yet to have a problem with anything and hey if I do have a problem and have a problem with the company i'll get it repaired/sell it or just bin it and buy the latest model with all the ££££ I've saved.

#WhatIfSyndrome
Not a bad deal for the price. Good 'general' camera body and the Image Stabilised STM standard kit lens is the best of the 4 EF-S kit lenses Canon have made. Ideal for video as the focussing is silent thanks to it's 'Stepped Motor' (STM).

The longer 70-300 lens works best when used with a monopod or tripod. It is built down to a price but works great as a starter long telephoto les. The EF-S 55-250mm STM would have been a better lens.

All in all not bad for the starter. Until recently the 700D was the top model in the basic EOS xxx range but now behind the more expensive 750D and 760D bodies.
DuWolfy

If you live your life like that you may as well not leave the house in … If you live your life like that you may as well not leave the house in case you get hit by a bus !!!Or like me buy multiple things over the year like and save over £1k+ and yet to have a problem with anything and hey if I do have a problem and have a problem with the company i'll get it repaired/sell it or just bin it and buy the latest model with all the ££££ I've saved.#WhatIfSyndrome


Yes, because supporting British retailers and not avoiding the 20% vat you are legally obliged to pay, means I never take risks in life.
DuWolfy

If you live your life like that you may as well not leave the house in … If you live your life like that you may as well not leave the house in case you get hit by a bus !!!Or like me buy multiple things over the year like and save over £1k+ and yet to have a problem with anything and hey if I do have a problem and have a problem with the company i'll get it repaired/sell it or just bin it and buy the latest model with all the ££££ I've saved.#WhatIfSyndrome


Bit dramatic ! £50 saving thought that would be no big deal to a cool guy like you
Sure you can have them value it at a lower price but I never mentioned anything like that.

P.S. The cameras from Jessops are not made in this country ... they are imported as well .. then the price highly inflated.

If this country sold them at a reasonable price then people wouldn't need look elsewhere .. funny how other countries can sell them at a reasonable price and still make a profit.
You would be better not looking for further deals on this site and better paying a full price .. well you do want support the British Retailer don't you ?
DuWolfy

Sure you can have them value it at a lower price but I never mentioned … Sure you can have them value it at a lower price but I never mentioned anything like that.P.S. The cameras from Jessops are not made in this country ... they are imported as well .. then the price highly inflated.If this country sold them at a reasonable price then people wouldn't need look elsewhere .. funny how other countries can sell them at a reasonable price and still make a profit.You would be better not looking for further deals on this site and better paying a full price .. well you do want support the British Retailer don't you ?



So it's not your fault, you are being forced into tax avoidance. Hong Kong has different laws on sale tax and they have a much lower average salary.
You're not doing anything new or clever, you're just lacking morals. You seem to think this makes you cool, so fair play to you. Just make sure the tax man doesn't catch up with you.
I purchased mine for £350 here rakuten.co.uk/sho…l_1 it mentions that it's an import so it won't be eligible for cashback. It only comes with 18-55 IS STM Lens unlike the two listed here.
Happykuar

So it's not your fault, you are being forced into tax avoidance. Hong … So it's not your fault, you are being forced into tax avoidance. Hong Kong has different laws on sale tax and they have a much lower average salary. You're not doing anything new or clever, you're just lacking morals. You seem to think this makes you cool, so fair play to you. Just make sure the tax man doesn't catch up with you.



Do you actually read a reply before trying to Troll someone? I am assuming not as your keyboard warrior skills fail to understand I linked a place where you can buy it from cheaper I never said you wont be paying any tax/duty. I never thought about it until you mentioned tax avoidance. So if you want to point a moral finger YOU have put the idea that you can avoid tax/duty by ordering abroad.
#WarriorKeyboard
If you go for this, sell the 75-300 on fleabay straight away and buy a 55-250 -- much better lens, you won't regret it.
What's with the "#"'s?? This isn't twitter or Facebook...
Good voted hot. Canon UK Warranty and support with this.
Happykuar

So it's not your fault, you are being forced into tax avoidance. Hong … So it's not your fault, you are being forced into tax avoidance. Hong Kong has different laws on sale tax and they have a much lower average salary. You're not doing anything new or clever, you're just lacking morals. You seem to think this makes you cool, so fair play to you. Just make sure the tax man doesn't catch up with you.


FYI tax avoidance isn't illegal, so if the tax man does catch up with anyone for tax avoidance there is nothing he can do.
Tax evasion however is a different story, but either way it will be the company in the wrong, not an individual buying from them.
I was using avoidance in the more generic sense of 'to refrain from doing something', but you're right it is a civil rather than a criminal matter. I know someone who bought some Nikon equipment from Hong Kong and had a visit from HMRC who made them pay the vat and import duty and then fined them the same amount. HMRC are also entitled to confiscate goods. It is the individual who is responsible for paying not the company.
dutycalculator.com/hel…es/

Website like eglobalcentral go out of there way to look like a UK company so many people aren't aware they may be liable for charges/won't get UK warranty etc. I don't much care what people do, as long as they aren't deceived into doing it.
Do we really need debates about grey imports every time a photography deal pops up? There should be an announcement at the top of the Audiovisual section "yes, everyone knows you can buy cameras cheaper from importers, we get it." to save the pointless arguing clogging up threads every freaking day.

But yeah, this is a solid deal. It's a shame companies keep bundling in these crappy telephotos and I'm definitely in agreement with Marker about selling it to buy the far superior 55-250mm IS STM (or even the slightly older 55-250mm IS II is still a league ahead), but it's still a nice solid beginner kit or for someone looking to move from an aging body in this series.
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