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Panasonic DC-G90MEB-K Mirrorless Camera with 12-60mm Lens (Open box) and more Panasonic deals! £624.99 @ Panasonic eBay
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Panasonic DC-G90MEB-K Mirrorless Camera with 12-60mm Lens (Open box) and more Panasonic deals! £624.99 @ Panasonic eBay

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Posted 2nd JunEdited by:"TheCostOfLies"

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Brand new from Panasonic on ebay. Open box but never used and comes with full manufacturers warranty.

I had a search online and found Amazon the next best price at £795, with most places selling at £899 (John Lewis et al).

Some really good deals on Panasonic ebay still - These caught my eye:

(Open Box - New)
ebaystores.co.uk/Pan…mp;
GX880 (open box) - £279.99
Panasonic 20mm F1.7 - £175.99

(New)
ebaystores.co.uk/Pan…014
GX9 (w/12-32 lens) - £424.99
G7 (w/14-42 lens) - £374.99
FZ330 - £279.99
TZ100 - £324.99
TZ90 - £223.99
TZ70 - £159.99
Panasonic 25mm F1.7 - £119.99

There are more lenses and a camera or two through those links. Hopefully it helps someone.
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FYI - the best price I could find on the G90 (BODY ONLY) was £689 - Still significantly more expensive than the ebay offer, which comes with a lens.
mathersoflancashire.co.uk/pan…tml


With a 12-60mm lens, I found a better deal than the Amazon - £799 with a free battery, SD card and bag, but that's still a lot worse than the Panasonic ebay deal on balance:
wilkinson.co.uk/pan…ns/
Edited by: "TheCostOfLies" 2nd Jun
I'm in need of a starter camera for the wife,
The fz330 has caught my eye but I know she was after a DSLR ideally BUT every DSLR I've seen at this price is only 1080p :/
Lasarke02/06/2020 10:14

I'm in need of a starter camera for the wife,The fz330 has caught my eye …I'm in need of a starter camera for the wife,The fz330 has caught my eye but I know she was after a DSLR ideally BUT every DSLR I've seen at this price is only 1080p :/


This isn't a DSLR. Also, most cameras at this price do 4K.

But if you need something video centric or good 4K, the Fujifilm X-T3(0) or Panasonic G9 will be the best bet.
Lasarke02/06/2020 10:14

I'm in need of a starter camera for the wife,The fz330 has caught my eye …I'm in need of a starter camera for the wife,The fz330 has caught my eye but I know she was after a DSLR ideally BUT every DSLR I've seen at this price is only 1080p :/


Is there a reason she is looking at DSLR's specifically? 4k recording? Mainly stills?

Sub-£300 won't get you much of quality if you're looking to buy a camera with a lens. You can sometimes find the GX80 for around £329 with a kit lens - that would be my suggestion if you're looking for an interchangeable lens camera, as it's excellent quality for stills and does have 4k recording.

If your wife is looking for a more DSLR-style camera, then maybe look at used Olympus OM-D EM10 series, or the Panasonic G series, and pick up an older model?#

This sort of deal would work nicely too - hotukdeals.com/dea…681
Edited by: "TheCostOfLies" 2nd Jun
TheCostOfLies02/06/2020 10:29

Is there a reason she is looking at DSLR's specifically? 4k recording? …Is there a reason she is looking at DSLR's specifically? 4k recording? Mainly stills?Sub-£300 won't get you much of quality if you're looking to buy a camera with a lens. You can sometimes find the GX80 for around £329 with a kit lens - that would be my suggestion if you're looking for an interchangeable lens camera, as it's excellent quality for stills and does have 4k recording. If your wife is looking for a more DSLR-style camera, then maybe look at used Olympus OM-D EM10 series, or the Panasonic G series, and pick up an older model?#This sort of deal would work nicely too - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-eos-4000d-dslr-camera-twin-lens-bundle-ef-s-18-55-mm-f35-56-iii-ef-75-300-mm-f4-56-33125-at-currysebay-with-code-3460681


I'm only going off hints I've been given leading up the her birthday but yeah,
I assume she will just want still images and probably never video
I wouldn't be against spending a bit more to get a reasonably future proof camera which the lenses change.
I'll have a look at your suggestions, thank you very much for the help

Edit: found a LUMIX G7 for 375 with a lens :/
Edited by: "Lasarke" 2nd Jun
Lasarke02/06/2020 11:01

I'm only going off hints I've been given leading up the her birthday but …I'm only going off hints I've been given leading up the her birthday but yeah,I assume she will just want still images and probably never videoI wouldn't be against spending a bit more to get a reasonably future proof camera which the lenses change.I'll have a look at your suggestions, thank you very much for the helpEdit: found a LUMIX G7 for 375 with a lens :/


If she doesn't care about video, you don't need to worry about 1080p - that's literally only referring to video resolution. Really, I would advise finding a deal you like and looking at some reviews of the device online - I like DPreview and TechRadar, but there are plenty of sites worth checking out.

Future proof and budget don't really go together, but you can get good cameras at reasonable prices if you're able to shop around and hold off for the right deal. FYI - buying cameras with interchangeable lenses can get very expensive very quickly. Lenses often cost as much (if not more than) the camera body, so be prepared for that as a future concern.

The FZ330 bridge camera you mentioned will serve you well for general/holiday/personal/casual use, as it comes with a very good integrated zoom lens. The camera is 5 years old now though, so perhaps not exactly future proof. This review is pretty thorough. techradar.com/uk/…iew

If you really want one that you can swap out lenses on though, like and MFT or SLR, I'd keep an eye out here:
hotukdeals.com/tag…era - and see what comes up. Great deals tend to not last too long.
Wow, their 64 GB SD Card is definitely not cheap, even at half the price; you can get a Manfrotto Pro series card which is same speed, extra tough and only £47 vs the £130 for the Panasonic!
TheCostOfLies02/06/2020 10:29

Is there a reason she is looking at DSLR's specifically? 4k recording? …Is there a reason she is looking at DSLR's specifically? 4k recording? Mainly stills?Sub-£300 won't get you much of quality if you're looking to buy a camera with a lens. You can sometimes find the GX80 for around £329 with a kit lens - that would be my suggestion if you're looking for an interchangeable lens camera, as it's excellent quality for stills and does have 4k recording. If your wife is looking for a more DSLR-style camera, then maybe look at used Olympus OM-D EM10 series, or the Panasonic G series, and pick up an older model?#This sort of deal would work nicely too - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-eos-4000d-dslr-camera-twin-lens-bundle-ef-s-18-55-mm-f35-56-iii-ef-75-300-mm-f4-56-33125-at-currysebay-with-code-3460681


Agree, the OMD-EM10 is a great camera and glass isn't as expensive as with the Fuji X-mount cameras.
Ughhh, this entire time I'd linked to the wrong page on the 'new' cameras. Have fixed it.
It's not Panasonic UK, it's Panasonic 'Outlet', totally different ServiceCare company working under Panasonic brand, sth like franchise. I haven't had any luck with this store, ordered few things, looked like great deals but they were simply rubbish. Maybe it's just me, just saying.
krisdeb02/06/2020 22:56

It's not Panasonic UK, it's Panasonic 'Outlet', totally different …It's not Panasonic UK, it's Panasonic 'Outlet', totally different ServiceCare company working under Panasonic brand, sth like franchise. I haven't had any luck with this store, ordered few things, looked like great deals but they were simply rubbish. Maybe it's just me, just saying.


Some specifics would help to understand what was so rubbish?
Romasato03/06/2020 11:17

Some specifics would help to understand what was so rubbish?


I've been fooled by the 'Panasonic UK outlet' name so I ordered the camcorder described as 'like new'. Zoom not working, SD card not recognised. Ordered TV for my friend, what an embarrassment, couldn't even switch it on. Blu-Ray player, problem with reading discs, hit and miss. The rest of 'testimonials' are in the eBay comments. It's not Panasonic per se. It's some cr***y 'friend of a friend' franchise working under the name of a very recognisable brand. But for me it's just a skip, electro rubbish enterprise which is trying to sell whatever they refurbish (well, big word for them) and make a huge profit. I've worked few years in IT business and it was the same with laptops. Some of the players are legit, but some just buy the container of cr*p and trying to sell it all and at all costs.
Edited by: "krisdeb" 4th Jun
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