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Canon SX430 45x Zoom Camera + FREE TS5150 Printer and Camera Case - £179.99 @ Argos
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Canon SX430 45x Zoom Camera + FREE TS5150 Printer and Camera Case - £179.99 @ Argos

£179.99£269.9733%Argos Deals
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Posted 19th JunEdited by:"JimmyLo"

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Buy the Canon SX430 45x zoom bridge camera and get a free TS5150 multi function printer and camera case worth £89.98. Good saving to be had on this bundle and perfect timing to capture those summer holiday snaps and print them off when you get home!
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Do'h! beat me to it! Nice bundle though, for sure!

The Cam alone is currently around £164 alone too, so for the extra, you get a pretty neat bundle
C&C is available, or add £3.95 for home delivery (£183.94)


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Products included & Information:

Canon Powershot SX430 20MP 45x Zoom Bridge Camera

Sensor
  • 20 megapixels.
  • Image stabilisation.
  • CCD sensor.

Shooting
  • Red eye reduction.
  • Self timer.
  • Shutter speed of 1/4000 to 15 sec.

Connectivity
  • Wi-Fi & NFC.
  • USB port.
  • GPS.
  • Records in PAL format.
  • Records in NTSC format.
  • PictBridge compatible.



Canon PIXMA TS5150 Wireless All-in-One Printer

Printer:
  • Compatible with PC and Mac.
  • A4 print speed - black text: 13ppm (pages per minute).
  • A4 print speed - colour text: 6.8ppm (pages per minute).
  • Up to 4800 x 1200dpi print resolution.
  • Automatic duplex printing.
  • 100 sheet paper capacity.
  • Uses 2 ink cartridges.

Connectivity:
  • PictBridge - print images directly from a digital camera.
  • USB.
  • Wireless/WiFi enabled.
  • Apple AirPrint.
  • Google Cloud Print.
  • Mobile print enables printing direct from your smartphone or tablet through brand specific apps.
  • Bluetooth wireless technology enabled



Canon DCC-950 Camera Case for SX430/SX420

  • Suitable for PowerShot SX430, SX420, SX410 and SX400.
  • Water resistant leather effect bag.
  • Main compartment accommodates a camera with a lens attached.
  • Zip fastening main compartment.
  • Anti-scratch interior to protect LCD screens.
  • External size: H11, W25.7, D15cm.
  • EAN: 8714574592121.

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Premier_Motors19/06/2019 17:20

Thank you Very Much I just Clicked on Collect From Store See what Happens …Thank you Very Much I just Clicked on Collect From Store See what Happens Very hot Deal though could anyone tell me if this Camera is Good For Photography Beginners is it good for taking Photos ?


not sure they have invented a camera good for taking photos yet...
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On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was looking at a sony 5100. Any thoughts folks?
sandmanNI19/06/2019 15:32

On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was …On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was looking at a sony 5100. Any thoughts folks?



4 Star Review @ Photographyblog
sandmanNI19/06/2019 15:32

On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was …On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was looking at a sony 5100. Any thoughts folks?


depends what you are after
big zoom at cheap price
higher quality with much smaller zoom at a higher price
Thank you Very Much I just Clicked on Collect From Store See what Happens Very hot Deal though could anyone tell me if this Camera is Good For Photography Beginners is it good for taking Photos ?
Premier_Motors19/06/2019 17:20

Thank you Very Much I just Clicked on Collect From Store See what Happens …Thank you Very Much I just Clicked on Collect From Store See what Happens Very hot Deal though could anyone tell me if this Camera is Good For Photography Beginners is it good for taking Photos ?


not sure they have invented a camera good for taking photos yet...
I bought this camera from Argos a year ago @ £149. It's an excellent bridge camera. The zoom is great and it's easy to use, producing decent images. The Canon app for it is alright, simple to get images downloaded to a tablet or phone or simple edits.
Was very interested when I saw GPS mentioned. Need a GPS holiday camera with a smartphone-beating zoom but easy to wirelessly get the images onto the phone.

A look at the real specs shows it's one of those naff, complicated and unreliable Bluetooth-to-phone GPS kludges.

Phew, close one, credit card stays intact.
Edited by: "harrythefish" 19th Jun
The only thing going for it is good zoom if you need it...

No viewfinder for a bridge camera is poor.

Movies (HD) 1280 x 720, 25 fps in mono

My 6 year compact has 1080p video at 60 fps in stereo although this has no viewfinder also and only 16x zoom but its great to carry everywhere in your jeans pocket...

The price is great thought heat added
We had exactly this 'offer' back in December...2017. I sold the camera for £100 after a year of 'use' ( I think I took 30 photos with it :)) ) Still have the printer, A bit slooow, but does the job. If anyone knows and can recommend some cheap cartridge from ebay for it...would be highly appreciated!
Edited by: "danflorin3" 20th Jun
Buy one of these, plus a Chinese £100 phone(Xiaomi, Oppo) , and you don't need to spend a grand to get flagship quality photos & videos.
hot! i need a camera for my nieces, but this camera is a bit too much for a child!
What's the next best camera ?
Jef_B20/06/2019 05:38

Buy one of these, plus a Chinese £100 phone(Xiaomi, Oppo) , and you don't …Buy one of these, plus a Chinese £100 phone(Xiaomi, Oppo) , and you don't need to spend a grand to get flagship quality photos & videos.


Don't forget some huge pockets to keep it all in...
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Picture I took with this model a few days ago....Handheld!
I sell used camera gear as a side gig and people who purchases these only purchases these because of the zoom and think they are DSLR's when in fact a good phone with good processing such as google pixel will give you much much much better image quality/experience/ease of shooting.. All of the stock for these type of cameras I get in are more or less brand new unused as after you play with them for a few days you never end up using them as they are just useless clunkers in this day and age...You will get bored of the zoom function in about a day & than you are left with a slow not very good camera.


Picture quality is all about your individual skills/composition ability as a photographer and NOT the gear you have..

Get a cheap used gen1 pixel for about 50squids and it will beat any DSLR out there in pure image quality if you are starting out,I use my pixel for 90% of shots I take and I do it to make extra $
Only when I need something very specific or need to do video work I take out the ''good gear''
Edited by: "Tom_Reys" 20th Jun
For taking pics of squirrel gymnastics in the back garden, and wildlife when on holiday,I use the TZ60.
37900828-vd3Ug.jpgBeen hunting for a while for a one-step-up bridge camera with the same inbuilt GPS that this TZ60 has.
harrythefish20/06/2019 12:16

For taking pics of squirrel gymnastics in the back garden, and wildlife …For taking pics of squirrel gymnastics in the back garden, and wildlife when on holiday,I use the TZ60. [Image] Been hunting for a while for a one-step-up bridge camera with the same inbuilt GPS that this TZ60 has.


The panasonic TZ range is one of the best for this sort of stuff..It's actually usable!
This Canon Is just a Marketing SCAM trying to fool people who doesn't knows any better that it's a DSLR and because its large it will give them good experience/pictures.
sandmanNI19/06/2019 15:32

On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was …On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was looking at a sony 5100. Any thoughts folks?


Hey Sandman.
If you're looking for a snapper for your honeymoon, then don't rule out your smartphone. If you've got a decent one, chances are it will give you the photo quality you need, with minimal fuss. Most good smartphones perform as well as, if not better, than nearly all compact cameras, and even some low end dSLRs with their kit lens. I'd only consider something like this if you really need that mental zoom for some particular reason.

As for this camera in itself, I've never been a fan of bridge cameras, outside of their crazy zoom range they offer neither the portability of a compact, nor the flexibility of a dSLR. If having a separate camera is needed, look for a good compact camera, many have great zooms too. I'm a huge fan of the Sony 5100, but I'd suggest that to someone who wants to learn photography, and might buy different lens etc.
Cheers chief...was thinking of getting a new samsung 10e anyway...but thought a camera might get better images in low and bright lights of a honeymoon destination
Thank you for posting @JimmyLo we have added this to the days Highlights page
sandmanNI19/06/2019 15:32

On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was …On teh lookout for a camera for the honeymoon....is this any good? I was looking at a sony 5100. Any thoughts folks?


Hopefully it's your own honeymoon, although if it isn't the 45x zoom will surely help.
sandmanNI20/06/2019 13:30

Cheers chief...was thinking of getting a new samsung 10e anyway...but …Cheers chief...was thinking of getting a new samsung 10e anyway...but thought a camera might get better images in low and bright lights of a honeymoon destination


That's the common misconception. A lot of people don't realise that mobile phone is much better than camera these days. I never use my dslr (with super zoom lenses) anymore and replace it with s9+. The dslr never beat my phone.

People also forget that they need a lot of skill to operate a camera, while they just get mostly everything that they need on mobile phone (with good camera).

Sorry, not something that you want to hear may be, but just sharing my experience (and regret! I spent a lot of money for my dslr!)
Edited by: "fr3dy77_sp33d" 21st Jun
fr3dy77_sp33d21/06/2019 06:24

That's the common misconception. A lot of people don't realise that mobile …That's the common misconception. A lot of people don't realise that mobile phone is much better than camera these days. I never use my dslr (with super zoom lenses) anymore and replace it with s9+. The dslr never beat my phone. People also forget that they need a lot of skill to operate a camera, while they just get mostly everything that they need on mobile phone (with good camera).Sorry, not something that you want to hear may be, but just sharing my experience (and regret! I spent a lot of money for my dslr!)


Hey Fr3dyy,

I agree that for those wanting a point and shoot camera for holidays and such, are on the whole far better off with their phone camera nowadays (assuming it's a good phone cam, some aren't). Their computational photography abilities will give easy and consistently good results, and phones make them instantly shareable and that's what the vast majority want from a camera nowadays.

But you cannot dismiss DSLR in the context of serious photography. If you are someone that wants to learn photography and take more control, and have more flexibility (all those things come with a learning curve of course), then decent DSLR with a good lens will give results that completely outstrip a smartphone, by a very significant margin in many cases. It's also worth mentioning that DSLRS\Mirrorless (can't forget mirrorless nowadays) cameras are designed up to be a camera, with physical dials and controls, allowing the photographer to react to changing conditions quickly, some good shots only exist for milliseconds. Also, a DSLR is something solid to hold (how many people have dropped smartphones into the sea trying to take a photo I wonder).

DSLR\Mirrorless cameras can be a very expensive hobby, a good lens can cost WAY more than the camera, it's a commitment that isn't for most, but for those that do it, it can be a highly rewarding hobby. While my argument here is irrelevant to many, for anyone wanting to learn photography to higher level, an interchangeable lens camera, like DSLRs and Mirrorless, is the place to go and advising that a phone camera is the only camera anybody should have now, shows a lack of understanding on the subject.
so this is cack then lol

looking for a dslr but tempted by bridge cameras because of the zoom

and i want to take pics of birds bees and other wildlife bridge cameras offer that possibility due to having the built in extreme zoom lens, but nearly everyone i talk to say they are poor cameras compared to dslr's

i think the fact your getting a printer with this camera for the price tends to make me feel that even the company knows its crap
ijwia21/06/2019 22:09

so this is cack then lollooking for a dslr but tempted by bridge cameras …so this is cack then lollooking for a dslr but tempted by bridge cameras because of the zoomand i want to take pics of birds bees and other wildlife bridge cameras offer that possibility due to having the built in extreme zoom lens, but nearly everyone i talk to say they are poor cameras compared to dslr's i think the fact your getting a printer with this camera for the price tends to make me feel that even the company knows its crap


its not cack, peoples thinking is generally faulty
this is a high zoom all in one type camera of ok quality
come back when your phone has 45x zoom or your dslr and 1080mm lens weighs less than a truck and costs less too
Jimmy thank you so much this is a very hot deal I'm very tempted. Planning to do a photography course would this camera be any good for beginners like myself I have never used a professional camera before I've always been using my phone but now I'm planning to join a photography course for beginners would this camera be ideal for what I am going to study as a beginner please I need some advice thank you everyone and thank you again for posting this very great deal great price.
Edited by: "AwisemanA" 23rd Jun
AwisemanA23/06/2019 10:56

Neotrix thank you so much this is a very hot deal I'm very tempted. …Neotrix thank you so much this is a very hot deal I'm very tempted. Planning to do a photography course would this camera be any good for beginners like myself I have never used a professional camera before I've always been using my phone but now I'm planning to join a photography course for beginners would this camera be ideal for what I am going to study as a beginner please I need some advice thank you everyone and thank you again for posting this very great deal great price.


was jimmylo that posted not neotrix...

anyway as for camera, not really great for a course to learn how to change settings really as i dont think it supports full manual control
brilly23/06/2019 11:17

was jimmylo that posted not neotrix...anyway as for camera, not really …was jimmylo that posted not neotrix...anyway as for camera, not really great for a course to learn how to change settings really as i dont think it supports full manual control


Thank you for your reply did you use this camera before and you don't think so ? Do you have one of them or tried it before or just red reviews on internet .

Thanks
AwisemanA23/06/2019 10:56

Jimmy thank you so much this is a very hot deal I'm very tempted. Planning …Jimmy thank you so much this is a very hot deal I'm very tempted. Planning to do a photography course would this camera be any good for beginners like myself I have never used a professional camera before I've always been using my phone but now I'm planning to join a photography course for beginners would this camera be ideal for what I am going to study as a beginner please I need some advice thank you everyone and thank you again for posting this very great deal great price.


Hi, awisemana,

Hope you don't mind if I chip in. If you're starting out in photography I'd look for a interchangeable lens camera, be it a dSLR or a mirrorless one. I think you could find yourself outgrowing a camera like this very quickly, and as it's a fixed lens you can't go anywhere. If you start with a good entry dSLR or mirrorless, be it canon, Nikon or sony (due to lens options I think these are best) you can eventually pick a lens to suit your photography style. A good lens can be very expensive, but you'd be amazed at the difference it can make. A common mistake by many is to upgrade their camera, rather than invest in a good lens. Not only can a lens transform your photos, it can usually go with you to a newer camera (it's for this reason why many stick to the same brand camera). So the interchangeable lens cameras give you more options and act as a long term investment when it comes to lens It is true that a phone like the pixel 3 can create better looking photos that some entry level dSLRs, but that's almost always due to the poor kit lens that comes with the camera when new. It's also only part of the story, a proper camera is designed to be only a camera, it will help you learn skills and techniques not really possible on a phone. Those skills will then allow you to make best use of better kit, as and when you buy it. Good luck!
AwisemanA23/06/2019 12:36

Thank you for your reply did you use this camera before and you don't …Thank you for your reply did you use this camera before and you don't think so ? Do you have one of them or tried it before or just red reviews on internet .Thanks


just looking at specs and a little review
you can take pics fine
but if you are on a course and the instructor says 'change this setting' you may find you dont have access to it
still available until 27th july ?/
I ordered one. just to take on holiday and get pictures of kids and pets - printer included great - im not experienced with camera but looks a good deal to me. hopefully using this camera id have power left in my mobile to actually make a phone call
Edited by: "tilly20081" 7th Jul
tilly2008106/07/2019 20:45

still available until 27th july ?/


Yep looks like deal is extended until 27th July
i went and bought the hole deal and its lovely great.
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