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Canon EOS 750D/200D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens, £429 at Argos(Free C&C)
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Canon EOS 750D/200D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens, £429 at Argos(Free C&C)

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Posted 24th Aug

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Canon EOS 200D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens
3283934.jpgCamera model number eos 750d 18-55 is.

Sensor:

  • CMOS sensor type.
  • 24.2 megapixels.
  • Sensor cleaning.
  • Image stabilisation.
  • Sensor size 22.3 x 14.9mm.
Shooting:

  • Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second (JPEG).
  • Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second (RAW).
  • Red eye reduction.
  • Self timer.
  • Shutter speed of 1/4000 to 30 sec.
Exposure modes:

  • Scene intelligent auto, no flash, creative auto, portrait, landscape, close-up, program, shutter priority, aperture priority, manual, sports mode, .
Screen information:

  • 3in touchscreen screen with TFT LCD technology and live view.
White balancing:

  • Auto, white balance bracketing, preset, custom.
Flash:

  • Hot shoe for additional flash.
  • Built-in flash.
Exposure:

  • Evaluative, partial, centre weighted.
  • ISO range from 100 to 6400.
Focusing:

  • Auto focus with 19 focus points in the viewfinder, manual focus.
Connectivity:

  • Wi-Fi & NFC.
  • USB port.
  • HDMI mini port.
  • Records in PAL.
  • Records in NTSC.
  • PictBridge compatible.
File types:

  • Maximum size H6000 x W4000 in pixels.
  • RAW.
  • JPEG.
  • RAW + JPEG.
  • Records at 1080p with sound.
Power:

  • Rechargeable battery.
  • Removable battery.
  • (included).
Lens information:

  • Lens mounts: EF-S.
  • Standard lens included.
  • Lens focal length 18 - 55mm.
  • Aperture f/3.5-5.6.
  • 58mm filter.
Memory card:

  • SD, SDHC, SDXC, (not included).
Physical specification:

  • Weight 555g.
  • USB cable, shoulder strap, aV cable, battery charger.
  • Size H17.9, W5.3, D7.9cm.
  • Viewfinder coverage 100%.
  • Viewfinder optical adjustment.
  • Single lens kit.
  • Tripod compatible.
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tempt24/08/2019 09:28

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Many journalists would disagree!
tempt24/08/2019 09:40

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And ergonomics, built quality, affordable glass....and canon fanboys like me at least we are the coolest crowd, not badmouthing other systems
Canon will catch up..
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Camera model number 200.

Sensor:

  • CMOS sensor type.
  • 24.2 megapixels.
  • Sensor cleaning.
  • Sensor size 22.3 x 14.9mm.
Shooting:

  • Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second (JPEG).
  • Continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second (RAW).
  • Red eye reduction.
  • Self timer.
  • Shutter speed of 30 to 1/4000 sec.
Exposure modes:

  • Scene intelligent auto, no flash, creative auto, portrait, landscape, close-up, program, shutter priority, aperture priority, manual, sports mode, HDR.
Screen information:

  • 3in touchscreen screen with LCD technology and live view.
White balancing:

  • Auto, white balance bracketing, preset, custom.
Flash:

  • Hot shoe for additional flash.
  • Built-in flash.
Exposure:

  • Evaluative, partial, centre weighted.
  • ISO range from 100 to 51200.
Focusing:

  • Auto focus with 9 focus points in the viewfinder, manual focus.
Connectivity:

  • Wi-Fi, NFC & Bluetooth.
  • USB port.
  • HDMI mini port.
  • Records in PAL.
  • Records in NTSC.
  • PictBridge compatible.
File types:

  • Maximum size H6000 x W4000 in pixels.
  • RAW.
  • JPEG.
  • RAW + JPEG.
  • Records at 1080p with sound.
Power:

  • Rechargeable battery.
  • Removable battery.
  • (included).
Lens information:

  • Lens mounts: EF-S.
  • Standard lens included.
  • Lens focal length 18 - 55mm.
  • Aperture f/5.6-3.5.
  • 58mm filter.
Memory card:

  • SD, SDHC, SDXC, (not included).
Physical specification:

  • Weight 673g.
  • Shoulder strap, battery charger.
  • Size H9.26, W12.24, D6.98cm.
  • Viewfinder coverage 100%.
  • Viewfinder optical adjustment.
  • Single lens kit.
  • Tripod compatible.
With the 90D specs just released might be wise to see what happens with the pricing on the 800D,77D,80D if your are looking for a DLSR.
tempt24/08/2019 09:28

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Many journalists would disagree!
tempt24/08/2019 09:28

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What would you suggest then ?
Edited by: "DCFC79" 24th Aug
Most reviews by Pros on which is the best bang for your buck dslr said the 200d for vlogging so i bought it for my kids ! it is really good, only criticism i had that no one mentioned is the mic picking up Auto focus noise guessing the Stm lenses are quieter, also no idea why Canon put the mic jack in front of the lcd screen when flipped out to the side for selfies , Looked into the M50 for 4k but its way too cropped and just not worth the extra hassle, The 200d is a really good starter camera for vlogging, i think Argos are about sold out on them in my area
Edited by: "tommybrawley" 24th Aug
tempt24/08/2019 09:28

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I think I detect a troll who doesn’t back up a flippant statement with facts

Petapixel very recent news article

“Nikkei published its 2018 digital camera market trends report yesterday, and the news is grim. While Canon, Fuji and Olympus all saw their global market share increase last year, total sales volume for digital cameras dropped by a whopping 22%.

The story is perhaps rosiest for Canon, whose 40.5% market share represents an increase of 3.9% over 2017. Meanwhile, its closest competitors both saw market share drop, with Nikon logging 19.1% (a decrease of 2.7%) and Sony at 17.7% (a drop of 0.7%). Fujifilm, meanwhile, increased its market share by 1.3% to a total of 5.1%, and Olympus saw an incremental improvement of 0.1% for a total global market share of 2.8%.

All together, these five companies make up 85.2% of the digital cameras sold in 2018”

Canon it would seem are still doing something right

FWIW, I have used Canon most of my life and they have never let me down, currently own 4 bodies, one compact and a lot of glass and all produce excellent results.

HUKD is a bad place, the recent deal on the Sony A7riii was too good not to give the thing a try and see what all the fuss is about, so far not noticeably out performing my 5D4
Edited by: "sqweek" 24th Aug
tempt24/08/2019 09:40

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And ergonomics, built quality, affordable glass....and canon fanboys like me at least we are the coolest crowd, not badmouthing other systems
Canon will catch up..
tempt24/08/2019 13:49

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Both reports say the whole industry is down, but Canon still seem to make cameras that people want to buy, hence they still hold the largest share and still growing their market share; must be doing something right, so why discourage people from buying into it?

Can't fault the results I get from any of my Canon cameras, large or small. the ergonomics are to me better than this Sony I am giving a go, and the menu system much more intuitive (admittedly, that may be familiarity too). The Sony one is quite cumbersome though in comparison; and as said isn't blowing my 5D4 away by any means if at all.
tempt24/08/2019 13:49

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I just have a soft spot for Canon(my first camera was my mum's Canonet), but nothing more than that. I expect the best mileage for my hard earned money, and tbh if it wasn't sony who knows what sort of outdated tech still Canikon would tried to push down our throats...canon's timing it's off atm(who knows if they even bother to bring a 5d mkv out) but has the capability and know-how to catch up anytime...

Ps. Nice set up you ve got there btw, I too use all my canon glass on a sony...till a nice mirrorless canon body come up..
Edited by: "pwel" 24th Aug
Owner of a 750d here for over 2 years now. It is awesome. Full stop.
Damn it’s out of stock. Been looking at buying this for ages!
I'm still rocking my 40D and still love it, 12 years old too.
Just checked again. It’s not in stock on the website.
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