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I'm not 100% if it is included but it should be, an email to Sony would find out. The kit lens kit for the extra 145 quid seems like a nice deal.
Spyder23825/08/2019 12:14

I'm not 100% if it is included but it should be, an email to Sony would …I'm not 100% if it is included but it should be, an email to Sony would find out. The kit lens kit for the extra 145 quid seems like a nice deal.


Yes it’s eligible for cash back. Even says so on amazon page
mike_648025/08/2019 12:34

Yes it’s eligible for cash back. Even says so on amazon page


Ah didn't see it because of vpn. Now to decide between this or an X-H1.
Cheaper from Jessops. £999 plus BANKHOL10 would take it to £899.10 and still valid for the £300 cashback.

Plus potential 4.54% TopCashBack (£40.81). Unlikely to track due to voucher code but worth a go.
Edited by: "RYANdeals" 25th Aug
RYANdeals25/08/2019 13:19

Cheaper from Jessops. £999 plus BANKHOL10 would take it to £899.10 and s …Cheaper from Jessops. £999 plus BANKHOL10 would take it to £899.10 and still valid for the £300 cashback.Plus potential 4.54% TopCashBack (£40.81). Unlikely to track due to voucher code but worth a go.


10% Cashback on completesavings which in my experience track even when vouchers are used so could actually be a great deal.. decisions..
Full frame for £600, mental.
iEimis25/08/2019 13:40

10% Cashback on completesavings which in my experience track even when …10% Cashback on completesavings which in my experience track even when vouchers are used so could actually be a great deal.. decisions..


How do they work? Can't see Jessops mentioned on their site but I am not signed up.

I see they charge £15 per month after a free 30 day trial. Would there be time to order, get cashback and cancel before being charged the fee?
Spyder23825/08/2019 13:03

Ah didn't see it because of vpn. Now to decide between this or an X-H1.


This
sparklehedgehog25/08/2019 13:56

This


X-H1 currently 899 including the grip and 2 extra batteries from Jessops. So tempting.
Edited by: "Spyder238" 25th Aug
RYANdeals25/08/2019 13:49

How do they work? Can't see Jessops mentioned on their site but I am not …How do they work? Can't see Jessops mentioned on their site but I am not signed up.I see they charge £15 per month after a free 30 day trial. Would there be time to order, get cashback and cancel before being charged the fee?


I think you would get the cashback in 30 days, yes. That's about as long as my longest cashback payout took to arrive from them. However, I think the membership is well worth keeping, why? Well, you get your £15 back every month as long as you shop with a qualifying retailer. This is classed as 'Monthly Bonus' so in essence you are not actually paying any membership fee. The qualifying retailers include the likes of Trainline and such, and you could even claim the bonus if you don't use trainline or others often by buying the cheapest 75p train ticket via Trainline and then claiming back. There was a thread a while on HUKD telling on how to obtain £30 signup bonus which pops up on Trainline app which is well worth doing. Another great feature of completesavings is 20% discount on One4all gift cards which unfortunately you can buy only £100 worth of per month, but again this has saved me quite a bit of money as I made a few purchases on Perfume Shop recently and it even tracked and paid out 10% cashback on those transactions using the gift card as it is sort of used like a debit card. One of the recent highlights was £30 cashback from booking.com on a rather expensive hotel booking which unfortunately couldn't be cheaper given the dates and events taking place in the location. That 10% cashback made the expense that little bit sweeter.

I should probably work for completesavings marketing team after this long post lol

Including picture to show that Jessops is definitely there:


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Edited by: "iEimis" 25th Aug
This is hot but I think the kit with lens in Jessops at £1034 is best value (using the voucher code) and still £300 cash back. Today seems to include a spare battery and case too
Great deal.
Spyder23825/08/2019 13:57

X-H1 currently 899 including the grip and 2 extra batteries from Jessops. …X-H1 currently 899 including the grip and 2 extra batteries from Jessops. So tempting.


Or get this for £600 after cashback and code at Jessie’s. Depends if you’re more a Fuji man or not. To be fair the consumer is spoilt for choice now with so many cracking brilliant high end cameras available
Does it have 4K video recording?
Would love a full frame camera, but also want to dabble in a bit of astrophotography so holding off on a Sony until they hopefully fix their notorious star-eater issue.
This is a good deal though, full frame with ibis for £600 is hard to scoff at!
Is this a genuine DSLR??

Kindest regards
lilyhowlett26/08/2019 00:52

Does it have 4K video recording?


Sony A7: Full HD video at up to 60fps

Sony A7 II: Full HD video at up to 60fps

Sony A7 III: 4K UHD video up to 30fps, Full HD (1920x1080) up to 120fps
Edited by: "bozkurt1881" 26th Aug
ukflyboy26/08/2019 04:13

Would love a full frame camera, but also want to dabble in a bit of …Would love a full frame camera, but also want to dabble in a bit of astrophotography so holding off on a Sony until they hopefully fix their notorious star-eater issue.This is a good deal though, full frame with ibis for £600 is hard to scoff at!


Maybe worth looking into the A7iii which has apparently resolved these issues.

And also I imagine it is an issue that can be fixed with a Firmware update in older cameras since it's mainly cause by noise reduction.
Oh, it absolutely is something that could be resolved with a firmware update, as it was introduced as part of a firmware update. Unfortunately Sony continue to choose not to provide users with the option to turn their aggressive NR algorithm off. And I've read reports that it is still an issue on the lasts cameras also, so holding out.
Whilst this a great price I feel like 1080p@60fps is quite behind by today’s standards and something that let’s this down so I will probably hold on until A7 III comes down a little in price
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