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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 February 2019

Panasonic 4k Stills and Video Camera with analog 60x zoom - £199 Delivered @ Jessops
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
So like most I have been merrily popping photos of with my phone which is always handy and produces pretty good results. But when I had a particular job to do last week that requi… Read more

Impressive video capabilities


Yes agree,could be worth just £70 for a brand new one with 2 years guarantee... still think new ones will drop a little soon again as a new model coming out (y)


Awesome at that price though I think I might be tempted to shell out the little extra for new



This also pops up regularly on Panasonic outlet ebay shop refurbished with a factory 12 month warranty for £179.

Zhiyun Smooth 4 Black Gimbal £89 Delivered @ Jessops
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Available for delivery or collection 12hr Battery Run time Charging Time 3.4Hr Object Tracking Capabilities Advanced Time lapse, Moving time lapse and motion Good price (£109… Read more

For stability definitely The Smooth 4. Osmo has the better interface.


I am wondering the same. I have used Osmo and it is great. But I broke mine. So I am in the market again.


Yep. Same with the Note 8 which is what I use. :( I think I can shoot in 4k but not at 60fps


Some phone makes such as OnePlus don't allow shooting in 4k 60fps using 3rd party apps like Filmic Pro which is a shame.


+1 for use with filmic pro. Well worth the £12!

Panasonic Lumix FT7 Waterpoof / shockproof camera £199 delivered plus £50 cashback @ Jessops
Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
Pretty good price, everywhere else seems to be around £249 mark. Available to order in both black and Blue. Spoke with Customer service and Stock arriving of the black model on Fr… Read more
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Beautiful, want, cheap, not doing it. Pics simply aren't going to be good enough despite the rugged specs. Will kick myself no doubt but hey. Edit: heat!


Time lapse option?


No topcashback though


Same price on amazon


Canon EOS 4000D Digital SLR with EF-S 18-55mm III DC Lens Product Code: 5317891  £267.00  Was £299.00 Save £32.00 at Jessops
Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
SpecificationsMegapixel Banding10 - 20Monitor Size2.7"Filter - Size58mmModel4000DTouchscreenNoVari-angle monitorNoMegaPixel (Effective Resolution)18 megapixelsSensor Size (WxH mm)2… Read more

just save up 5 times the amount of this deal.... your comments a banana... but a black and mouldy one which fell on the floor and a dog came and left a present on it...


What's your take in Nikon D3500 with 18-55mm lens, please?


Couldn't agree less with most of what is said above. Its a Canon DSLR with internals in common with others in the range "all be it mostly out of production ones now". Yes the body is plastic as is the lens mount, but this is a brand new camera that has no history of being dropped, banged, used in wet environments, stuffed into fluff laden camera bags without lens or cap in place etc. etc. etc. It is aimed at and will be bought by those dipping their toes into the world of DSLRs for the first time and will provide good service I am sure, stick a nifty fifty on the front and it will be possible to obtain results to be proud of. Would I buy it? Definately not but then I am not the target market.


For under £300 the only DSLR/mirrorless options you can buy new right now are this and the Fuji X-A20, which also has shortcomings but for newcomers to the hobby who don't want to buy second hand cameras, they're both good enough for people looking to dip their toes in the water. However at this price point I would recommend buying used, getting an older but higher tier camera generally gets you more functionality and potentially better image quality than the entry level DSLR/mirrorless options. Using £270 as the benchmark and looking at the prices on my go-to used camera site MPB, these are the options I would get for each brand that will be better than the available sub-£300 options; Canon: Canon 700D with 18-55mm IS II lens Nikon: Nikon D5200 with 18-55mm VR lens Panasonic: Panasonic GX7 with Panasonic 14-45mm OIS lens Olympus: Olympus OM-D E-M10 II with Panasonic 14-45mm OIS lens Fuji: Fuji X-E2 with 16-50mm OIS lens Sony: Sony NEX-6 with 18-55mm OSS lens


Confusingly the 2000D is a better unit and the replacement for the 1300D

Panasonic Lumix GX9 Camera in Black with 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens £499 @ Jessops
Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
Today, I bought it. Good price for this camera. Release date : March 2018 - 20.3MP Digital Live MOS Sensor - 5-axis Dual Image Stabilisation - 4K Video - Sensor Size (WxH mm) … Read more
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NO CASH BACK with this model..... :(


Set your camera to manual focus and the problem will be solved. If the minimum focus distance is still an issue then buy a "macro" lens (close focus capable lens). Presuming your DSLR has interchangeable lenses. You can pick up second hand macro lenses very cheap usually.


Yeah the lens will often automatically refocus (depends on focus type i guess) but if its in a fixed position and you are filming a fixed object in manual focus mode you can just manually focus on that and it will ignore any hands etc


The EM5 II I'd say. Although it's due for a replacement now. Rumours are Olympus are consolidating the EM series into a single mid tier EM10 alongside a PEN F v2.

Fujifilm X-T20 15-45 & 50-230mm twin kit - £799 @ Jessops
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Cracking deal currently in Jessops for the X-T20 twin lens kit. It's on sale so not sure how long this will be up for.
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Good price however... this is after cashback 650 on Black friday double cashback. so annoying i missed that


I got one of these deals on black friday, excellent Camera. Well worth it.


Great camera! Voted hot. The XT-30 is due soon though.

Jessops Instax Airmail Film - £6.99 @ Jessops
Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
Really hard finding discounts on these unless buying bulk or ebay/amazon so found this at a discounted price, you can collect in store or pay extra for shipping

Boots are £14.99 for 20 shots too and you get your Boots points. Cannot always find them instore thouh.

tinkerbellian The normal 20 shots one have been £14.99 at Argos for a while , I know in the past we’ve paid £10ish for 10 shots , horribly expensive . Heat for this , as you say it’s hard to get a discount on it .


I am quite fortunate to have people go abroad to Hong Kong and get them but last year they forgot to get my usual supply and I always bring mine to birthdays for people to take home, so bloody expensive


I didn't even know you could get Airmail film so double impressed with your post. My daughter loves her Instax but they are pricey as you say. Thank you heat added (y)

Tasco Sierra 8x25 Waterproof Compact Binoculars £7.97 @ Jessops
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Looking for some enhanced eyes and after the tasco 10*50's, these little 8x25's are a bargain, and waterproof. Jessops own brand 10x25's @£12.49 went 200deg plus, so at nearly hal… Read more

Better with these ;) maxmix


Some of the drama queens comments have been ridiculous about spygate.I.e. Keown, Collymore, Jena's etc Collymore??? A woman beater and a dogger preaching about morals. What a laugh.


Immediately I posted they went oos, looked again back, Packard rightly said oos, and just looked again back in stock. Jessops obviously having issues but seemingly they are still available. Hope it helps





Tasco 10×50 Binoculars £16.97 @ Jessops - Free c&c
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
This are great binoculars and can't believe they are at this price now. I paid £30 in the summer for them. Grrrr

Brillant post


I love tits. No matter what size they are


Lovely pair of tits


£146.88 on Amazon so may not be a bad reduction!


Very funny...NOT.

Jessops 10x25 Compact Binoculars - 12.49 (50% off)  + Receive a Free Jessops Large Optical Cleaning Cloth worth £6.99 + 2% Quidco
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
The Jessops 10x25 binoculars are an Ultra-Portable set of binoculars, ideal to take anywhere. Custom-designed and manufactured for outdoor recreation and sports enthusiasts, these … Read more
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Yep, decent quality and my niece liked it very much.


How good it is? I'm going to take my daughter to a theatre soon.


Jail-time hopefully (shock)


Did you manage to catch something ;)

Lumix DMC-G7 is back. Twin lens 14-42,45-150 at Jessops for £399
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Just received email from jessops Includes both lens mentioned Carry bag And free photo book voucher. Same as a month old deal. I am Nikon guy myself but this is pretty good de… Read more
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Price is £629 now


borderline good bargain.. but good bargain nonetheless. old model.. but much lauded


so? its not priced as if it has any of what you probably mean by imos and shots/sec or even a brand new sensor


I still use d700. 3 yrs old you say ? I have people still using d300 and d300s. Again as you said it's good enough entry level with good price. (highfive)


The price is nice for entry level camera, but : no Dual 5-axis IMOS, just 4000 shots/sec max 3 yrs old sensor

DJI Spark Drone Controller Combo in Alpine White - £399 @ Jessops
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
The DJI Spark is a simple-to-control mini drone that features numerous intelligent flight control modes, a mechanical Gimbal with 2-axis stabilisation, high performance camera with… Read more

muppets doesn't like drones ^^


Why is this cold? Seems like a great deal to me?


Fimi X8 SE preorder is £360 on GearBest with code :- GBFIMIX8SE


Even if it’s a good deal the muppets will still vote cold because it’s a drone 👎🏼


Returned mine after launch flight time is shocking! Not enough time to capture anything I had the fly more

Fujifilm X-H1 with Battery Grip and 2x Extra Batteries - £1229 / £999 with cashback @ Jessops
Found 25th Dec 2018Found 25th Dec 2018
Cheaper than Black Friday. You can't go wrong with this camera at this price. I've sold my A7 last month and I was thinking about getting the A7 III. I was tempted to get the Fuj… Read more
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Can't believe I missed this deal... Hope someone runs a similar price sometime soon! (embarrassed)


And that was with the grip? Wow.


That’s after cash back, the Jessops deal was £999 after cash back - so £200 cheaper. Gutted I missed out.


It's at 1199 with the grip at Park Camera.


I met many wildlife photographers who sold their full frame to go to an xh1. The xh1 (top range apsc), in terms of body quality, cannot be compared to the A7iii (mid range full frame). The true contenders are the Sony A9 or A7riii. If you're interested in pure performance against ergonomics, look at the fuji xt3 instead.

Jessops Instore made photo baubles clearance - £2 instore
LocalLocalFound 19th Dec 2018Found 19th Dec 2018
Jessops have a instore clearance on Christmas photogifts prices from 50p Instore made baubles only £2 or 3for2 at £4 for 3 Door hangers 50p
Jessops Telescope sale, e.g. This Celestron PS1000 Newtonian Reflector Telescope £139 save £110
Found 16th Dec 2018Found 16th Dec 2018
Various telescopes on sale, this looks the best deal to me, the PS1000. Three magnification eyepieces plus a Barlow lense and moon filter. Nearest similar telescope I can find i… Read more

Great advice, I bought a cheap telescope and it put me off for years. Research is key.


This is actually a very bad telescope. Some reputable astro retailers (the most reputable being First Light Optics) even skip the entire Celestron Powerseeker line of telescopes to avoid things like this. The problems with it: - It is not a real Newtonian, but a "Bird Jones" design. This means that it uses a cheap spherical mirror instead of a parabolic and to correct some of the resulting distortion it has magnifying/correcting element on the focuser which creates quality and other (no collimation possible) issues. - Apart from saving on the mirror the "Bird Jones" design also makes the scope shorter. This is actually how you can tell it is a Bird Jones, with a 1000mm focal length, a Newtonian would normally be 1m long - but this not even half that length. In itself it would not be a bad thing, but manufacturers use it to go really cheap on the mount. So they mount this on an EQ1/2, a quite poor mount. - The finder scope is the most useless cheap plastic 5x24 that Celestron could find. I can excuse it when they use it on their £50 travel scope 70, but not here. Any £10 red dot finder would be a major upgrade. - You will need new eyepieces. They do not specify for this model, but the Powerseeker line comes with Hyugens and Ramsden eyepieces, which are pretty useless 17th century designs. Even if it was a plossl, the 4mm would not be useful, especially with this scope. Most importantly, even if you did not care about quality, IT IS TOO EXPENSIVE!!! You could make a case if it was under £100, but the vastly superior Celestron Astromaster 130EQ is just £134 shipped from Amazon. It is the same brand, but the higher quality Astromaster line, with better mount, proper Newtonian (even slightly larger aperture), better finder, better eyepieces... I can't believe how it got so many hot votes, I mean do people blindly believe a sellers' random "£110" off??? In any case, as I do in such threads I will post a link to where I keep the slides from my annual telescope buying talk: (there's also a binocular buying presentation deck there) or you can also check out beginner scopes here: Oh, and I very strongly advise against buying telescopes from Jessops if you are a beginner. Yes, I have bought one once myself since it was a good scope at a discount, but I knew what I was doing. And no, definitely not a "Jessops brand".


I have not seen one in many many hours (shock)


I bought a pair of Celestron 71008 SkyMaster 25 x 70 Binoculars for £64 on Amazon two years ago. They have now gone up to £85. The binoculars have 25x magnification and are fairly heavy to hold, so they need to be rested on something or ideally used with a tripod.


These are a decent starter pair on a budget, best for hand held viewing, if you'll be using a tripod it's worth getting a pair with higher magnification, instead of 10x50 more like 25x50. I wouldn't go lower than 50, but going much past that starts to cost a lot more but will let in more light.

Sony A6000 Camera in Grey with 16-50mm Lens + Free Sony Case - £369 (With Cashback) @ Jessops
Found 14th Dec 2018Found 14th Dec 2018
24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor Super-fast AF Wi-Fi/NFC functions OLED Tru-Finder Includes Free Sony Soft Carrying Case 2 Year Sony UK Warranty £100 Sony Cashback until 31/1/… Read more

Yes I understand that, was just checking to see if I had missed anything with the offer if it was posted as ending the 31st - doesn't hurt to ask the question.


expiring is not automatic, the deal itself doesn't know the price has changed or the cashback changed so obv the price went up and looks like op made a mistake about the double cashback, regular cashback is until then, double was up to 6th jan


I did, However; - It hadn't been expired - Deal states '£100 Sony Cashback until 31/1/2019' - Thats still over a week away.


did you look when the deal was posted? (embarrassed)


Is this deal now expired? Its coming up as £499 with £50 cashback on site?

Billingham Hadley Digital Camera Bag - £69.87 (with code) @ Jessops
Found 12th Dec 2018Found 12th Dec 2018
Already good price for a Billingham Camera Bag at £99.97 but seems there is a Glitch with there discount code BAGS20 which should take 20% off but actually takes 30% off. Just boug… Read more

Ordered mine on Friday and wasn't processed until Monday so don't worry


Sorry to hear some have been cancelled. It was in stock when I ordered, but has been sat at "Processed" status for a few days now. The money has been charged to my card though, so not sure if I'll be getting it or not. Will wait and see.


Ah that's a shame you didn't get one as it was a good price. Bit sneaky cancelling saying no stock and then putting up the price again with stock!


Funnily enough it is in stock, although they told me it is discontinued and no stock.


Surpisingly I ordered this at the discounted price and got an email to say not in stock! Think they've spotted the glitch.

Dji Ronin S at Jessops for £499
Found 12th Dec 2018Found 12th Dec 2018
Usually 699, but jessops and amazon have dropped to 499.
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****Word of advice.Check the Dji forums as there’s a hell of a lot of camera compatibility issues


Good price i’ll get one tomorrow


Steadicams (which were the previous industry standard for stabilised shots) for tens of thousands of pounds would make you wince a bit. The price of DJIs stuff in particular is insanely cheap for the technology and have revolutionised film making. The Ronin-s is a pro tool and goes out for hire for about 75 a day in my profession. It's a quality item with clever technology. £699 was nothing to pay. £499 is a no brainer. I don't understand where you are coming from?


Paid 699 2 months ago for this. Unbelievable bit of kit. Takes a bit of practice to get it the way you want it. But it will change the way you film with your dslr for good. Hot;)


Also available at DJI and other resellers at the same price

Epson EH-TW6700 Full HD 1080p 3D Projector - £749.99 @ Jessops
Found 2nd Dec 2018Found 2nd Dec 2018
I have been looking for a decent projector whitout breaking a bank and more I read reviews of this one more I think it is a great deal, richersounds and Amazon price is £999, curry… Read more

I am concerned about the rainbow effect with DLP hence I would go for epson, howver it is my first porjector so I am not sure if concerns are justifed


Visunext are okay. I sourced screen from them. BTW there is no point to persuade somebody who wants LCD projector to buy DLP one. I guess this is the reason why people are choosing Epson.


now I am actually starting to liking the otopma more... just the price tho. I have found one at £850 but not sure about website:


thanks, but I am comparing spec of both and the optoma doesn't really look so good vs epson one? and epson is only £750. perhaps I am missing something


sorry to late reply ,yes it was £850 last week ,it is better than what you after,or wait for new year deals,i am sure you will get better projector for better price,what you buying it is really over price,