Canon EOS 80D Body Only Digital SLR Camera At eGlobal Central £624.99
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Canon EOS 80D Body Only Digital SLR Camera At eGlobal Central £624.99

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Found 18th Nov
Cheapest I could find -

Not sure about warrenties

Some Features
- 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor

- DIGIC 6 Image Processor

- 3.0" 1.04m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen

- Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps

- 45-Point All Cross-Type AF System

- Dual Pixel CMOS AF

- Expanded ISO 25600, Up to 7 fps Shooting

- Built-In Wi-Fi with NFC

- RGB+IR 7560-Pixel Metering Sensor

29 Comments

Dslr is dying. Its all about mirrorless now.

The_Guru51 m ago

Dslr is dying. Its all about mirrorless now.



Yeah real DSLR's are only now used by professional photographers.

The_Guru1 h, 3 m ago

Dslr is dying. Its all about mirrorless now.


Which Mirrorless instead of this for similar price?

bentrewern43 s ago

Which Mirrorless instead of this for similar price?

Panasonic, Olympus

The_Guru1 m ago

Panasonic, Olympus


Stupid little sensors though.

SixtyFive14 m ago

Yeah real DSLR's are only now used by professional photographers.

Pros use both but adopting more towards mirrorless as that is the future. Sony has stolen huge sales from nikon and canon. Nikon even shut a factory because of bad sales.

The_Guru3 m ago

Pros use both but adopting more towards mirrorless as that is the future. …Pros use both but adopting more towards mirrorless as that is the future. Sony has stolen huge sales from nikon and canon. Nikon even shut a factory because of bad sales.


Bad sales of mirrorless cameras! Their 1 series was a flop.

bentrewern1 m ago

Bad sales of mirrorless cameras! Their 1 series was a flop.

And fuji

The_Guru5 m ago

And fuji


Their cameras aren't too expensive but the lenses are nuts. I was looking at a wide lens from them. All they have is the 10-24 at £900 or a 14mm for £700.
Edited by: "bentrewern" 18th Nov

bentrewern11 m ago

Stupid little sensors though.

Steven huff is a pro and he uses 1 along with his leica and sony. Have a look at is site. I know many pros who have switched from full frame to micro four thirds. Also look at olympus om-d em5 mark ii on flickr groups. If you use the right glass then results are amazing.

bentrewern10 m ago

Their cameras aren't too expensive but the lenses are nuts. I was looking …Their cameras aren't too expensive but the lenses are nuts. I was looking at a wide lens from them. All they have is the 10-24 at £900 or a 14mm for £700.

Yes wide angle are expensive on the mft system. Panasonic 7-14mm which in 35mm equivalent of 14-28 can be found used around £500

The_Guru12 m ago

Steven huff is a pro and he uses 1 along with his leica and sony. Have a …Steven huff is a pro and he uses 1 along with his leica and sony. Have a look at is site. I know many pros who have switched from full frame to micro four thirds. Also look at olympus om-d em5 mark ii on flickr groups. If you use the right glass then results are amazing.



OM-D EM5 Mk II is £1200. Nice but expensive as a backup to my Leica and Sony !!! ;-)

I was thinking this 80D would be great for sports / aircraft. I cant really find anything better for the price.

And for wide they do a 10-18mm for £200 new.

The_Guru1 h, 33 m ago

Dslr is dying. Its all about mirrorless now.


SixtyFive41 m ago

Yeah real DSLR's are only now used by professional photographers.


They may not be for everyone but I like my Full Frame DSLR. The last thing I want when using my 200-500mm hand held is an anorexic paper weight on the user end of the lens.

Yes mirrorless is gaining traction. Yes I will buy one someday. However I’ve yet to find one with the ergonomics I like. Closest so far are the OM-D models with grips.

Om-d em5 mark ii body is £850. You can also look at Panasonic g80 which is cheaper

Oneday775 m ago

They may not be for everyone but I like my Full Frame DSLR. The last thing …They may not be for everyone but I like my Full Frame DSLR. The last thing I want when using my 200-500mm hand held is an anorexic paper weight on the user end of the lens. Yes mirrorless is gaining traction. Yes I will buy one someday. However I’ve yet to find one with the ergonomics I like. Closest so far are the OM-D models with grips.

New Panasonic g9 comes out in 2 months. Panasonic are saying fastest focusing camera in the world. In body stabaliser of 6.5 stops. Check out the specs.

The_Guru9 m ago

Om-d em5 mark ii body is £850. You can also look at Panasonic g80 which is …Om-d em5 mark ii body is £850. You can also look at Panasonic g80 which is cheaper


OK fair enough just £225 more than the Canon. The Panasonic looks like a better deal especially with £100 cashback at the moment. I still can't see past the Canon lenses though.

bentrewern8 m ago

OK fair enough just £225 more than the Canon. The Panasonic looks like a …OK fair enough just £225 more than the Canon. The Panasonic looks like a better deal especially with £100 cashback at the moment. I still can't see past the Canon lenses though.

Canon 10-18 is a good lens for the money. Not good for low light situations. But not a bad lens in quality. Best thing is go to a local dealer and play with the cameras and see what feels best and look at lens options on both systems.

The_Guru13 m ago

Canon 10-18 is a good lens for the money. Not good for low light …Canon 10-18 is a good lens for the money. Not good for low light situations. But not a bad lens in quality. Best thing is go to a local dealer and play with the cameras and see what feels best and look at lens options on both systems.


Well it can't be that bad in low light. Only f4.5 at the wide end but with IS and a high ISO on an APS-C sensor. It should be better than 7mm f4 mft lens. Although IBIS might make it a fair fight.

bentrewern9 m ago

Well it can't be that bad in low light. Only f4.5 at the wide end but …Well it can't be that bad in low light. Only f4.5 at the wide end but with IS and a high ISO on an APS-C sensor. It should be better than 7mm f4 mft lens. Although IBIS might make it a fair fight.

Ibis blows it out of the water cos you can shoot crazy low Shutter speed with 5 stops. But not moving subjects.

The_Guru8 m ago

Ibis blows it out of the water cos you can shoot crazy low Shutter speed …Ibis blows it out of the water cos you can shoot crazy low Shutter speed with 5 stops. But not moving subjects.


IBIS vs in lens IS is a long argument. I'm not sure what the quality of the IS in the 10-18 is like but i'm guessing 4 stops. But like you say moving subjects make faster shutter speeds an essential. I guess better high ISO on APS-C or full frame is then what's needed.

bentrewern5 m ago

IBIS vs in lens IS is a long argument. I'm not sure what the quality of …IBIS vs in lens IS is a long argument. I'm not sure what the quality of the IS in the 10-18 is like but i'm guessing 4 stops. But like you say moving subjects make faster shutter speeds an essential. I guess better high ISO on APS-C or full frame is then what's needed.

Best to try and see yourself. I found big difference but different for everybody. I checked it in a local store. Hence why i switched from full frame as for my needs mft had more to offer.

Oneday7759 m ago

They may not be for everyone but I like my Full Frame DSLR. The last thing …They may not be for everyone but I like my Full Frame DSLR. The last thing I want when using my 200-500mm hand held is an anorexic paper weight on the user end of the lens. Yes mirrorless is gaining traction. Yes I will buy one someday. However I’ve yet to find one with the ergonomics I like. Closest so far are the OM-D models with grips.



I agree. I was joking about only professionals use DSLR's these days. If you can show me a full frame 35mm sensor camera then I may consider it

Grey import? (Cheapest UK model is currently Amazon @ £893)

Not necessarily a bad thing though, I’ve had lenses from DigitalRev (Hong Kong based) with no problems

bentrewern3 h, 38 m ago

Which Mirrorless instead of this for similar price?



Sony A6300

Grey product. No UK warranty with manufacturer. You will be dealing directly and ONLY with the company you're purchasing from.

Quite importantly you also get no support from your local camera shop if you need help or advice.

Support your local camera shop or they wont be there to pop in, look at and feel the cameras and then buy online.
Edited by: "nevakillmonkeys" 19th Nov

nevakillmonkeys7 h, 37 m ago

Grey product. No UK warranty with manufacturer. You will be dealing …Grey product. No UK warranty with manufacturer. You will be dealing directly and ONLY with the company you're purchasing from.Quite importantly you also get no support from your local camera shop if you need help or advice.Support your local camera shop or they wont be there to pop in, look at and feel the cameras and then buy online.


Hear what you're saying but in my case - £560.00 is not to be sniffed at...

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Plus you'd be hard pressed to find a decent secondhand one for less (with NO warranty)
Edited by: "zermattbusby" 19th Nov

SixtyFive22 h, 21 m ago

Yeah real DSLR's are only now used by professional photographers.


...and me

knocik1 h, 11 m ago

...and me



So do many myself included.
Some of us even use film as well.
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