Sony A7 full frame digital camera body used £591.61 (£391.61 after cashback) @ Amazon Warehouse
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Sony A7 full frame digital camera body used £591.61 (£391.61 after cashback) @ Amazon Warehouse

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Found 29th Nov 2015
£657.34 > £591.61 (after 10% off) > £391.61 after £200 cashback.

Note you're not supposed to be able to get cashback on used models but many have reported no difficulty as an Amazon Warehouse receipt doesn't say it's used.

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Original Poster

Copy and paste this link to get directly to it.
amazon.co.uk/Son…E7B

Hot if this works
Edited by: "vdey" 29th Nov 2015

Be careful on the cashback. Sony are tighter than a ducks behind.. There are many stories of Sony refusing legitimate cashback on new purchases from the UK. You may get it, but don't count on it....

how about they check serial number? and somebody already got cashback on that camera?

Hot if it works.. where have you seen it reported that it has gone through?

Great camera very hot for this price.

Yes they need the serial number. Plus they clearly state its for NEW items only.

This Offer applies only to Qualifying products purchased from Amazon.co.uk with a valid UK serial number and does not apply to used products.

topss

Yes they need the serial number. Plus they clearly state its for NEW … Yes they need the serial number. Plus they clearly state its for NEW items only.This Offer applies only to Qualifying products purchased from Amazon.co.uk with a valid UK serial number and does not apply to used products.


deal expired then!

Original Poster

Apparently 3 people have been successful hotukdeals.com/dea…846 If you're not just return to Amazon for refund.
Edited by: "anewman" 29th Nov 2015

sony.co.uk/sup…754
"Purchases from Amazon will only be accepted when made directly from Amazon UK with a valid UK serial number and not from third party sellers on Amazon Marketplace, whether fulfilled by Amazon UK or not".

If that works it would be one of the best BF deals I've seen.

Has to be a UK serial number. The Marketplace seller states that the item will dispatched from Germany.

Original Poster

TK42

Has to be a UK serial number. The Marketplace seller states that the item … Has to be a UK serial number. The Marketplace seller states that the item will dispatched from Germany.


Amazon Warehouse not a marketplace seller

This or canon 760d dslr. Use it for mainly low light shots and astrophotography. Have only got a 18-55mm lense atm but want a 18-135mm and a 70-300mm. What is the quality of shots like vs a dslr would I be able to have longer exposure than 30secs.

Original Poster

barrel24

This or canon 760d dslr. Use it for mainly low light shots and … This or canon 760d dslr. Use it for mainly low light shots and astrophotography. Have only got a 18-55mm lense atm but want a 18-135mm and a 70-300mm. What is the quality of shots like vs a dslr would I be able to have longer exposure than 30secs.


There is a bulb mode.

This is full frame, whereas 760d is aps-c. This camera would produce better images especially in low light, though the lenses tend to be more expensive than Canon. Also note that to get the best from the camera you need the full frame FE lenses. Cheapest about are the kit lens amazon.co.uk/Son…-10 £300 (may be cheaper to buy this with body from Amazon Warehouse instead of body alone and lens), and the 28mm prime amazon.co.uk/Son…8mm £360. You can also use old manual focus legacy lenses with adapters - though I've noticed cheap adapters often don't allow infinity focus. There are also decent manual focus lenses from Samyang.

For low light and astrophotography the absolute best cameras from Sony would be the A7S, A7S II or A7R II. These all cost quite a bit more though.

Here's some astrophotography shots with the A7 flickr.com/sea…-a7

Here's some from a 760d flickr.com/sea…ars
Edited by: "anewman" 30th Nov 2015

anewman

There is a bulb mode.This is full frame, whereas 760d is aps-c. This … There is a bulb mode.This is full frame, whereas 760d is aps-c. This camera would produce better images especially in low light, though the lenses tend to be more expensive than Canon. Also note that to get the best from the camera you need the full frame FE lenses. Cheapest about are the kit lens http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-SEL2870-FE-28-F3-5-5-6/dp/B00HSHFPD0/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1448842578&sr=8-10 £300 (may be cheaper to buy this with body from Amazon Warehouse instead of body alone and lens), and the 28mm prime http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-FE-28-F2-Lens/dp/B00UJRSO52/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1448842578&sr=8-1&keywords=sony+28mm £360. You can also use old manual focus legacy lenses with adapters - though I've noticed cheap adapters often don't allow infinity focus. There are also decent manual focus lenses from Samyang.For low light and astrophotography the absolute best cameras from Sony would be the A7S, A7S II or A7R II. These all cost quite a bit more though.Here's some astrophotography shots with the A7 https://www.flickr.com/search/?q=astrophotography&cm=sony%2Falpha-a7Here's some from a 760d https://www.flickr.com/search/?camera=canon%2Feos_rebel_t6s&text=stars



Brilliant thanks for the info plus at least with a mirror less you don't get shutter shake

I guess it's the question of dslr vs mirrorless again lol

Original Poster

barrel24

I guess it's the question of dslr vs mirrorless again lol


There is a focal plane shutter in the A7 which can introduce some vibration, but the option of using an electronic front curtain shutter in the settings so the shutter only actuates to end the exposure alikgriffin.com/mar…sts
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