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When photography enthusiasts and experienced professionals need a new camera or accessories for their existing devices, they turn to Jessops. With retail outlets all over the UK, and a massive range of photography products, Jessops is the place to find cameras, albums and specialist printing services. Even better, there are always plenty of Jessops discounts at HotUKDeals. Read more

All Jessops Deals, Discounts & Sales for May 2018

CASH BACK on cameras @ Jessops Panasonic TZ80 - £279 (£249 after Cashback)
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
I have gone for the Panasonic TZ80 £249 after cash back. Seems to be the cheapest price. I've created the following discussion as I'm looking for a bit of advice: https://www.hotu… Read more
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that is not a true competitor its a totally different market as well as being easily twice as thick


every bloody time you get people making stupid comments about these cameras if you want a camera that takes pictures of the same field of view as a phone and you buy one thats main feature is 30x zoom then you have a problem its about the correct tool for the job and knowing about any advantages/disadvantages heres a tiny comparison of some different small cameras - not same price etc but go do your own comparisons


I said decent sensor. :) There are competitors with better features and IQ, the Sony A5100 is a good one to start with if you don't mind Sony horrible aftersales support.


Hmm yes but this isn't a beefy camera, it's a smallish point and shoot at a low price point. I'm not so sure this take better photos then modern phones looking online to be honest, I won't be buying.


Which is a good idea if you intend to carry a dedicated camera around all the time. However most people use their phone more than any other thing these days, so it's not unreasonable to spend money on the thing you always carry around in my opinion.

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR with 18-55mm & 50mm Lens £329 @ Jessops
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Jessops:A few 1300D deals being posted this weekend. This seems to be the cheapest with two lenses for only £329. The 50mm 1.8 is a fantastic portrait lens too. Works out only £30 … Read more

The 75-300 is a very average lens, without IS it will be usable only in bright light conditions. The 50mm/1.8 and 10-18mm are good image quality lenses and IMO more useful and helpful for a starter to develop his skills. Shame that have to pay on the Argos deal for the useless dock station.


Thanks JimmyLo & Bendown. Think I will go for the Curries option since it should give me the best of both worlds with near and far lenses, dont need the share station as will connect via wifi Cheersn 8)


The 50mm fixed lens should give you better quality images as there is less glass between the sensor and the image than the 18-55 lens at 50. The 50mm is also a faster lens so better in low light conditions and better at separating the foreground by blurring the background, useful for portraits and cinematic videos.


But you get the 50mm at f1.8 rather than approx f5.6 on the 18-55mm kit lens which will make a massive difference to the photos you take


But surely you have 50mm with the 18-55 zoom?

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX80 Mirrorless Camera with 12-32mm, 35-100mm and 25mm f1.7 lens  £549.00 with code @ Jessops
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Looks like a great value triple lens kit :) CAMERA50 code for £50 off

Code expired.


Was £249 (with 12-32) after cashback in Jan via this . I missed it by a few seconds and went for a tz100 for £380 instead.


Cant believe I missed that! but thanks



May I ask how and where did you get this deal?

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Sony A6000 with 16-50 lens AND FREE FE 50mm lens (worth £279) £549.99 @ Jessops In-store
LocalLocalFound 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Just back from Jessops in Derby where they have an incredible deal on this weekend. Selected Sony E mount cameras are offered with a totally free Sony FE 50mm 1.8 lens that is £279… Read more
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Great find!


Fab camera. Buy it!


obviously its m4/3 - but its a definite alternative and as a standalone package is much more versatile than this one


That's a micro four thirds sensor I believe.... Nice camera but just be aware of the sensor size when comparing to APS-C..... Mainly effecting low light iso performance


Panasonic GX80 Triple lens kit - £599 @ Jessops
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX80 Mirrorless Camera in Silver with 12-32mm and 35-100mm Lenses. £599 save £100.
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now 50quid cheaper with camera50 code cba posting as deal but pretty good


No , auto focus still works fine on it. The gx80 also has inbuilt stabilisation like the Olympus cameras


ok i'll be sure to mention that to everyone i see so they know too :p


My old camera is a Nikon D90. I would have thought this camera, with all its stabilisation, would be hand-holdable for that shot? I've just bought, though not yet used a D7500, as I could use my old lenses. I spent ages thinking I would go MFT (M4/3), but chose what I did.


ere!... stop changing your name and trying to confuse me!

HALF PRICE!! Manfrotto 190GO! Aluminium Tripod with a Half Price 494RC2 Mini Ball Head £99 delivered at Jessops
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Very sturdy tripod, £100 most other places and that's without the £59 ball head. Got the tripod yesterday and it's built like a tank as you'd expect from Manfrotto. Grab yourself… Read more

Well, testing myself (which of course I've done - got to know your equipment), I clock in at around 9.2s to extend my clip tripod, and 9.7s to extend my twistlock one. It's a tiny bit slower (at this point, at least - things will speed up as I grow more accustomed to the device), but I'm okay with that because the twists feel nicer on the hand than clips do on the fingertips. Not sure what you mean about 'indeterminate to unlock and tighten', btw. Maybe you should try actually using the thing you're talking about, rather than just hazarding a guess.


I guess yeah you can't see visually if the twists are locked or not. It's a personal thing but in cold weather and a rush I find the twists easier on the hands and fingers and can do them all in one go. It's gonna be a marmite thing but the tripod itself and its versatility is a bonus.


bit confused here, do you not need to tighten them all up separately? on my tripod i can undo all levers at once as well. then when open i move hand down the leg in a straight line squeezing each lever without having to twist etc just know that with twist lock id forget to tighten one as cant immediately see which is tight or not


Don't let @toaster see this (popcorn) :D


Personally I've had a manfrotto with levers for the last year and found it more time consuming outdoors when you're struggling with elements etc. This new twist lock seems a lot easier as when bringing the legs down you can untwist all three points at once with your hand, bit of a time saver for me and feels easier, especially with cold hands 👐

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DJI Mavic Pro £200 off £899 @ Jessops
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Jessops have just sent an email out stating £200 off a DJI Mavic Pro, was £1099 now £899 or if you want the fly more combo it’s £1149 instead of £1359

Refurbished from DJI on eBay £699


Same price at John Lewis who are doing it with 2 year warranty.


£21 from what I recall.


What!!! How much value did they declare for customs?


Yes, £3.25

Manfrotto 190 Go! Aluminium Tripod with Free Manfrotto 391RC2 Head £74.50 @ Jessops
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Manfrotto 190 Go! Aluminium Tripod with Free Manfrotto 391RC2 Head The Manfrotto 190Go! completes the advanced hobbyist and professional offering with a more compact and easy to… Read more
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OOS again :(


Missed this the first time around and just ordered one this afternoon and just got dispatch notice, very happy, thanks op


Ordered one last night came today! Amazing quality. I truly recommend it. Dont risk your expensive gear with a cheap tripod get one of these. Came with a free pan and tilt head. Superb service from Jessops.


Got one thanks


Regarding the weight, discussed earlier. It's definitely no light weight, but I had it out today strapped to my backpack with camera and 3 lenses. I knew I was carrying something extra, but it wasn't anything over the top. Plus, the extra stability was much appreciated on top of some very windy fells.

Jessops 900x70 Telescope £59.99 was £200 with free Cewe Photobook worth £18.99!
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
This seems like a really good deal for the money. Regardless of the fact that is should of apparently been £200 this is still excellent for £60. 675x magnification with a good qual… Read more
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The specification of this scope is almost identical to the forty year old scope I actually have. Assuming similar optical quality you will see the main moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, vast detail on the Moon and a number of double stars and nebulae, as well as some of the brighter stars showing their true colours. Maximum usable magnification will be about 150. The tripod will be flimsy and that will make lining up difficult. The equatorial mount is useful because that allows you to follow and object with just one control as the Earth turns, I've always found this an extremely useful feature but would listen to experiences from users of Dobsonian or altaz mounts. It's powerful enough (if it has an inverting adapter) to act as a very powerful, but not very portable, terrestrial scope. My opinion is that, at the price, this is an absolute bargain and would be a perfect gift for a 14 year old who is seriously interested in astronomy. It's cheap enough to take the risk and good enough to do the job. Be prepared to spend many hundreds of pounds if the hobby takes off. Voted hot.


If you buy a telescope as someone new to astronomy you're probably best going for one with an Alt Azimuth mount as these are easier to use, though if you use it often an equitorial mount setup correctly, this will be better (however is a little more complicated to setup). Most people recommend that anyone new to astronomy go for as big an apperture (biggest diameter) as they can afford as this usually leads to better results. The cheapest large apperture telescopes are usually dobsonian ones and these usually have a small stand which you can rest on a table to look at the night sky. As Criton's friend states I wouldn't recommend getting a telescope from a high street store. Depending upon your budget I would go for one of these: Best low price (£47) (Dobsonian) What images you can expect? you can just about make out saturns rings if you look at the pictures in the amazon reviews in this link --->: Best Dobsonian under £100 (£95) (Dobsonian with slightly larger apperture) Best beginners telescope (£147) (equitorial mounted reflector) I would recommend this one personally as it is quite good for the price and you could use this for a good few years and still be happy with the images you are getting, whereas the other ones you may feel you want to upgrade if you get into astromomy. Hope this helps!


I completely agree with this. I bought a Bresser 76x700 or something like that a while ago. It’s impossible to keeps till and fine tuning to see a specific star is very difficult. Since then I’ve bought a decent pair of Vanguard binoculars and got a great deal on Celestron 20x80 binoculars. The later is difficult to hold but works Ona Tripod. In each case of both binoculars I see far better than with the telescope.


A quick google suggests to avoid jessops telescopes. Stick to brands that specialise in stargazing equipment.

Sony DSCRX100 Mk III Digital Cybershot Camera with Sony Jacket Case LCS-RXG and Sony Grip AG-R2 for £549 at Jessops - £399 after claiming £150 Cashback from Sony
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
Hi guys, I think this is a good deal, bear with me Anyone who keeps an eye on cameras will know that this camera model gets recommended again and again as a good buy. There are 5… Read more

Case £109 ? ? ?


add a brain to your shopping list deal doesn't exist though as cashback only 75 cashback page isn't misleading - still has 150 info as people still need to claim etc


£549 for a camera? Don’t you have a mobile phone? I might as well go buy myself a Filofax or a calculator to go with my phone and carry some papers and envelopes so I can write to people!


That's a shame - silly of Sony to have those figures still up. Guess this deal becomes hot again once they bump the cashback to £150 again


The grip is a must for this camera IMO. Makes a massive difference to me. £12 is a lot for what it actually is though. Or can get some of that molding putty stuff and stick it on and shape your own for a few quid. As for the case, a £10 Lowepro serves me fine. Other than that, great camera.

GoPro karma drone with Hero 5 £949 @ Jessops
Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Drone plus Hero 5 camera karma grip cas

Good price. Heat.


Stick to DJI, still to many bugs and issues with this.... shouldn’t have put it back on sale when they first withdrew it.


God, out of my budget ;(


I got my mavic pro from a UK retailer for £850


Very big compared to the Mavic...

MINILAB SUPPLIES Free PhotoBook for 1p @ Jessops
Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Collect a MINILAB SUPPLIES PhotoBook for £0.01

A bit misleading


MINILAB SUPPLIES Free PhotoBook VoucherIn partnership with CEWE, we are offering customers who purchase a qualifying camera a free CEWE photobook to the value of £18.99. This product is not for sale


"In partnership with CEWE, we are offering customers who purchase a qualifying camera a free CEWE photobook to the value of £18.99. This product is not for sale"

Jessops Telescope 700x76 - was £139.99 at Jessops now £33.99
Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Don't know a lot about telescopes but this seems a good deal. 15% off with TELESCOPES15 and free delivery to store.
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Thanks for the info in your posts Mark


I am interested in getting a scope, have a budget of £200, want to attach mobile for photography/videography was looking at the Celestron 31051 Astromaster 130EQ-MD Motor Drive Reflector Telescope Or can anyone recommend a better scope for my budget? Thanx in advance... :D


Yes it is fantastic, it is nice to see so many knowledgeable people on here. I would go as far as saying hukd is the best public forum in Britain.


I have handed out a celestron 114eq from a friend and just started reading on the topic. Soon after a few astrology forum thread and Phillips books, I ended up buying binoculars. Even without settings up the telescope. Way too much to learn before moving into a telescope to appreciate it completely imho. Olympos 10x50 , Helios naturesport 2 plus are good budget ones. To start you can get an old super zenith 10x50 for 20 quid. Learning curve is steep. Once you now your way in the nightsky and know your telescope and what to expect , you can enjoy more...


Is it possible to get a motorised telescope that streams to an app or software for a reasonable price?

Panasonic GX-80+12-32mm lens £449 @ Jessops - £349 after cashback
LocalLocalFound 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Great price for this camera which comes with double cashback (£100) until midnight tonight, plus Jessops also offer a free photo album. The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GX80 is a compact a… Read more

was last year! Did exactly the same, bought for £220 :) :)


Good camera, bought one a year or two ago by using the amex offer and Panasonic cash back.

Sony 35mm f/1.8 E OSS Lens £287.10 (£319.00 RRP) + other Sony E lenses 10% off at Jessops
Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
£287.10 (£319.00 RRP) makes this the cheapest lens with UK warranty, only £2.10 more than a grey import! SAVE 10% using code SONYDISCOUNT - CURRENTLY DOES NOT WORK ONLINE, message… Read more

No, you can only get adapters for mounting A lenses on E mount cameras it seems.


Will this work with Sony a58?


Jessops reinstated the Sony 10% discount after I posted! Too late for me - lost sale!


I too noticed this but their online chat told me it should work and works over the phone or instore. Out of curiosity where did you buy it from cheaper, e-global? Seems better to buy it from Jessops as you'll get it now and with UK Warranty.


I have this lens and use it most of the time, preferred it to the 50f1.8

Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III Digital Camera - £499 (£349.00 after £150 cashback) @ Jessops
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Now reduced even further in price to £499, but works out at £349 after claiming £150 cashback from Sony (for purchases up to 31st December 2017) - 2% Quidco could mean a further £9… Read more

Did anyone else order from Jessops and have problems? I've just cancelled my order through live chat, as when I asked why my camera that was in stock for delivery was now "On Back-Order" they said: "I can see that we are chasing this one up with the stores that have stock of the camera for you. Unfortunately all of the stores that we've contacted only have the camera as a display model so it's proving difficult to find one that we are able to send out. I do apologise for the delay with this." I've now instead ordered with the case and grip from John Lewis for £50 more - I think it's probably actually a better deal given how expensive that case is on its own normally! (Jessops also have the three items at the same price, but I no longer wish to give them my money!)


You are possibly thinking of gx7 G7x is near identical in size to rx100


My micro SD with adapter didn't work with rx100


I have a Sony mirrorless camera as well with APS-C sensor and the results in low light are the same in low light when you use the 16-50mm kit lens as the lens is much better on the RX100 MkIII which roughly cancels out the sensor advantage. Which is why I specifically referred to not changing lenses, as a lot of people buy DSLR but just use kit lens and this camera would actually be better for them. A fast prime lens on DSLR is much better of course.


Good camera but I think "DSLR quality" is a bit misleading, it has a 1 inch sensor which is bigger than most compact camera but it's still a fair bit smaller than the APS-C sensors in most DSLRs so it's low-light performance will not be as good, for DSLR performance in a smaller camera you would need a camera with an APS-C sensor like one of the Fuji X-100 series or one of Sony/ Fujifilm/ Canon's mirrorless cameras, some good deals on Sony's A6000 ATM. Comparison, notice major difference is in low-light ISO performance:

FUJIFILM X100F DIGITAL CAMERA and free leather premium case £1199 @ Jessops
Found 23rd Dec 2017Found 23rd Dec 2017
I have been looking to buy this camera for a while and haven’t seen any promotions. Jessops have this with the premium case (£109) thrown in for free 2% quidco too and 12 months… Read more
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You too! Appreciate it.


No probs, have a good Christmas


Ain't that stupid, I have two kids to worry about lol


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If you love Canon then stick with Canon. I can't speak to your experience with Fuji. But I will say that 23mm on this camera isn't that wide because of the APSC sensor it has a 1.5x crop factor, making it a full frame equivalent of around 35mm. And 35mm is actually a very good "all round" focal length, for landscapes and portraits.

Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III Digital Camera - £529 (£379.00 after £150 cashback) @ Jessops
Found 17th Dec 2017Found 17th Dec 2017
Back on sale again, this is a great compact camera with a 1 inch CMOS sensor and 3x zoom in a small form factor. I think this camera is fairly unbeatable for the price - but I'm ha… Read more

I was away and missed out too. If the camera comes brand new (as in my friend's case) you can register it, give Sony the amazon invoice via cashback website (it doesn't show it's amazon warehouse, just amazon sarl etc) and see how it goes. I've done it myself on a couple of recent sony purchases for a flash gun and a camera and got the cashback direct to my bank account within a week of requesting it. It is a gamble but if it works out like for my friend and I, it's a fantastic bargain. I wouldn't post it because there is no guarantee it'll work, and the 20% discount on Amazon warehouse is now no longer available, although my purchases didn't take advantage of the 20% discount. Like I say, keep an eye out (I got my A6300 with kit lens for about £580 and it was brand new and been registered with Sony, for instance).


549 there... ?


Can be had for cheaper, go via Currys ;-)


so? looking at your history you post micro 4/3rds deals 4/3rds is reference to tube diameter 4/3rds of an inch is 33.9mm sensor size = 18 mm × 13.5 mm (22.5 mm diagonal) nothing like 4/3rds of an inch now if you compare the cameras via crop factor is only 35% 'worse' for '1inch' than for micro 4/3rds but you dont seem to have a problem with the 4/3rds even though your argument implies they are massively bigger and exempt from your own argument the 35% is very very close to the difference between Aps-c and micro4/3s which is 33% to me if anything that shows that 1 inch are BETTER than people think as they are only 35% off systems which are considered fairly similar in class yet 1 inch cameras tend to be much smaller whereas 4/3rd dont tend to be much smaller than asp-c


@brilly - I disagree.

Manfrotto Pro Light RedBee-210 DSLR camera Backpack £61.16 with 10% off code @ Jessops
Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Decent looking and very practical camera bag to hold all your gear. Currently at £67.96 which is the best price around and £61.16 with 10% off code. I just ordered one of these.. … Read more

Code ‘BAGS10’ for another 10% off £61.16


Exactly. Thought it was a good idea, I don't use it for weddings but for outside shoots it's a nightmare. Does give me easy access to switch cameras tho.


Funny I have a shoulder messenger bag also.. there great for holding your gear for a short while but then it kills your shoulder! Hoping this will be an improvment!


Good find. I have the shoulder bag and wish I had this. Heat added.