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There are plenty of different ways to capture moments, with cameras for professionals, travellers, computer users, and ordinary people who simply need a camera to take with them when they socialise. Good cameras tend to come with a hefty price tag, so finding the right one is doubly important. This HotUKDeals buyer’s guide should help any camera buyer find the perfect option for their needs. Read more
Huawei Y6p Black 64GB 3GB + Free AM115 Headphones Triple Camera 5000mAh Battery - £150 / £142 W/Fee Free Card @ Amazon Italy
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Huawei y6p uses huawei mobile services (hms) instead of google mobile services (gms); the google play store and google apps are not installed "; find out how to download apps and m… Read more

Just asking for it.


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Neato Robotics D750 Lowest ever price £370.07 @ Amazon
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Top of the range Neato robot vacuum cleaner. At this lowest ever price it’s not much more than the warehouse returns price except no risk of carpet bugs and pet lice eggs as these… Read more

Yeah, I think so. Might as well do things properly


I got mine last Prime day and it's pretty good. Even better since it gained first-party Google Assistant support. "OK Google, clean my living room" (lol)


I wouldn’t get one without mapping. They can find areas problematic e.g. where a lot of charging cords usually are or something and with the map you can stop it going there.


Can someone convince me whether this one or the eufy 15c max at £190 is the best option? I’m new to the world of robot vacuums but feel given I have multiple rooms that the mapping system the neato has will be beneficial and I fear without something similar the eufy may not actually be of any use


The machine is the same, just different accessories D7  Spiral Combo Brush  Ultra Performance Filter  Magnetic Boundary Marker strip (2M) D750  Ultimate Pet Brush  Ultra Performance Filter x2

DJI Inspire1 Pro Quadcopte with Zenmuse X5 4K Camera and Gimbal - £1,733.47 @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
A bit specialist and only 1 in stock...but for that one person ;-) Package Included: 1 x DJI Inspire 1 Pro Quadcopter, 1 x Transmitter, 1 x TB47 Intelligent Battery 4500mAh, 1 x Z… Read more

Somebody snapped up a bargain, now being listed at just £3000


Better go ahead and list them. Last day of the £1 FVF offer :p


Wow, what a price for the Inspire and a m4/3 sensor/mount based camera. I have a Mavic 2 Pro and while its sensor is a big upgrade over the 1/2.3in it's still the smallest of the 'big' sensors but I think the Inspire is just too bulky for my use.


For all these people out there. Wish you guys can affor one...


Cold, iPhone is cheaper.

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mk III + 14-150mm II lens + spare battery - £599 from London Camera Exchange + free Olympus 45mm f1.8 lens - £599 @ LCE
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
This is an alternative to a deal for the same camera that I posted a couple of weeks ago and has attracted quite a bit of interest. This offer has one long-zoom (14-150mm) lens… Read more

You can get that same package from Jessops for £499 but I explained in the original post why this deal suits me better, even though it costs £100 more. It's a matter of personal preference.


Amazon sells a set containing 40-150 mm, 14-42mm and you can still claim 45mm 1.8 lens. All that for £601.44 so I think Amazon's offer is a bit better deal


It’s a great camera but if you have larger hands I would recommend getting a 3rd party grip off eBay. They make a massive improvement to the handling.


Basically a cooking channel lol.. Have done many recipe ideas on my huawei p30 which is a very good quality camera and video recording. But just want that extra detail and colour quality


What kind of budget do you have? What are you looking to photograph?

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Panasonic G7 Digital camera + 12-60mm Lens + Extra battery £399 at Park Cameras
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Comparable to a recent hot deal, although you get an extra battery here (£50 RRP) instead of a small tripod. Depends if that's your thing I guess. In any case, I've found Park Ca… Read more
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Well of course it is a little bit more expensive and it is the (very good) prime lens instead of the (very good) 12-60, but there is some gear as well which you could probably sell for a bit (monopod/microphone). You also get 5 years of warranty. Just I think you should think about it a little bit more, first, before you choose a specific ILC system/format and, second, which body you get. Better than shuffling around quickly after that... :)


I'm sure all that is true. I guess the reality is, people have budgets - hence using a deals site :) If their budget really is £400, what should they get


True, but in the grand scheme of things that will last longer and you have so many more / better use cases imho. There should probably be added more lenses etc.... otherwise an ILC is probably not the right thing for you. I once had the G7 and the upgrade to G80 was a very significant one. I have since upgraded to the G9, but I would compare going from G7 to G80 with going from DVD to 720p, that's where the big leap is. Going to 1080p is better still, but not as big of a difference... Of course DVD is better than VHS still... ;)))


Except it's not a bit more. Its £100-150, and that's likely body only.


better spend a bit more and get the G80 (dual stabilization, weather sealing and overall better build quality)...

RAVPower NP-FZ100 Battery 2 Pack Batteries and USB Charger Sony A7iii, A7Riii A9 £31.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Collect the £5 voucher to get this price. Non Sony batteries for your cameras. RAVPower is decent brand. The batteries get decent reviews. You may get the battery message on your … Read more

Cracking batteries and dual charger hard to beat!!


Ravpower batteries are pretty good quality - have them for 2 Canon SLRs and work great. USB charging whilst takes longer is a lot more convenient than the mains AC charger for us!


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Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III Digital Camera with Grip and Case - Ex Display £299.97 @ Jessops
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Ex-Display condition but would always be spot on from Jessops Got mine and is spotless just replaced the antiglare screen guard on rear and as good as new Case and grip still sea… Read more
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Sorry that sucks and thanks for reporting back. I have been umming and arring over one (want an LX15 really), so that makes my mind up to pass.


Well my first experience of buying ex display didn't end well. both the grip and case we're missing from my order and the bottom of the camera has had a serious screwing to a tripod lol. Will be returning it.


I paid 600 from Jessops in late 2016 for this. Fantastic camera


If you don't mind used cameras, Jessops has an RX100 II for just £154. Sure, it's going to have a few marks here and there, but will come with a warranty and is half the price of the III in this thread.


True, I just sold my Sony A6000 body for £60 more than I paid for it on a Prime Day deal two years ago. Look after your gear and keep all the boxes and you are good to go.

Canon EOS M100 mirrorless camera with EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, £299.97 from Currys
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Not a bad price for a camera with a 24 Megapixel APS-C sensor - if you can live without a viewfinder 24.2 megapixels APS-C / 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor Built-in WiFi / Bluetoo… Read more


Don't shoot the messenger :) I do agree that Sony is not putting APS-C as a priority at the moment, but it is different. I can still buy E mount APS-C lenses and use them on my FF E mount bodies, and I do. I use 16-70/4 in crop mode and for video, I use 10-18/4 as light weight UWA on FF bodies as well. I also use E mount FF lenses on my E mount APS-C bodies as well like 35mm/1.8 and 85mm/1.8. Even if Sony does not issue a single APS-C body or lens any more, I can still use the ones I have already got and use them the same way on new FF bodies, or vice versa. There is also Sigma who has developed some great APS-C lenses. The newly launched A6400 and A6600 arguably have some of the best AF features and performance in the APS-C bodies. These are the signs of an active system. Canon EF-M system is an isolated island. It has to have both new lenses and new bodies to keep up with the evolution of the technology. I am obviously not saying Canon is at more risk, I am just saying when it comes to developing new products, the RF mount will probably get more priority. Again, please read my comments. It is not the reason for you not to buy into the system if the system is already fulfilling your needs. You need to decide for yourself. I buy into vintage systems all the time, but I was happy to do so when I knew it's an abandoned system, not afterwards. Some of my bad examples are from the Pentax system. Obviously they have not made the announcement that they have abandoned the system, but for so many years, they have not made much effort to make their AF system up to date. I waited many years, but had to realize it's in fact abandoned, and had to sell off all my Pentax bodies, lenses, accessories. Don't make the same mistake. EF-M system is great, I have been wanting to buy in since it was launched, but it does not have any weather sealing which is what I need a light weight travel system for. What I don't want is information asymmetry and thought it's worth sharing some of my thoughts, because I have been watching the development of the system as mentioned earlier I have been wanting to buy into it for years.


Is this better than a Nikon D3300 with 18-55 VR II lens? EDIT: Nevermind; I would need a viewfinder.




The problem is camera manufacturers are still using clumsy OS' Samsung was too early to market with a galaxy camera and it never took off, so they've never tried again. I truly believe it's now time. People like me want good optics, large sensor, compact size, usb c charging and all the qualities of a modern mobile phone. If you could send directly to your modern social media apps, utilise HDR, have the screen quality of your phone etc.... I would see it take off. Photography companies like Kodak have proved in the past are dinosaurs and don't like to move quickly enough. You will get left behind as someone like OnePlus or Xiaomi will come and do just this

Fujifilm X-A5 Compact System Camera with XC 15-45mm OIS Lens & XC 50-230mm OIS Lens £349 at John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
This is the same price as the Black Friday offer from late last year. It's £100 saving on the best price I can find elsewhere, so seemed a decent deal. Will let you decide :) You… Read more
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I still regret not picking up a GX800 when they were just £199 (with k14-42 kit lens) at Currys. That was 18 months ago now. You can barely find a used one for that price.


cracking price for a Mirrorless camera. I was tempted to get this during the Black Friday offerings, however did read that the camera is not very quick to focus


Wex has a used original version for £137 or v2's reguarly pop up there and mpb for £150-£180, (minor OIS improvement). Plenty on ebay too. In telephoto land that is absolute peanuts for the coverage and iq you get.


I think you are fine. X-T20 has the Fujifilm proprietary sensor while X-A5 has the regular cmos. While it is hard to say which one is better from my experience, the former is generally regarded as superior.


It's a fair point, but the 50-230 is not peanuts - even second hand.

CANON PowerShot G7 X MK II Compact Camera Vlogger Kit £469 at Currys PC World
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Canon's Powershot G7X Mark II is a decent camera, and Currys do a vlogger kit with a Joby tripod and memory card for £20 more than the camera alone (and the Joby tripod would be £2… Read more

Back in stock now ;)


Would help if the item wasn't out of stock. Typical Currys PC World behaviour.

TheCostOfLies £40 Currys voucher for orders over £399 make this a better proposition perhaps?


Hmmm.. Thanx.


Absolutely brilliant camera for general walk around to either build your photography skills or to supplement your DSLR if space is an issue. The 1” sensor and fast lens makes it a very versatile and capable camera that produces excellent results

NEW Sony ZV-1 Vlogging Camera with Sony GP-VPT2BT grip + free desktop tripod - £779 Clifton cameras
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Looks like Clifton and Jessops are price matching each other and giving a decent £91 discount on the bluetooth shooting grip, clifton edge it by adding a free £14 desktop tripod to… Read more
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Like the smurfs?


Any good for many bluies!?


He also said for casual vlogging you are better off with your phone and something like the excellent Osmo Mobile 3 grip.


Just watched Froknowsphoto’s YouTube review on this and he’s not that positive about it. From what he says you’d be better off with a Canon M50 and the kit lens for a 1/3rd less price.



Panasonic Lumix GH5 Digital Camera Body - £999 delivered @ Wex photo video
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Good old LUMIX GH5, always been a big fan of it. Great little piece of kit and while this is not a massive discount, still a good price for a great piece of kit. From WEX Website… Read more
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Amazing! So many people don't get the reference (y)


I've emailed them. Stealing tools? Cooler!




When did you order?


They are getting more in stock. I just had an email to say mine will be delayed shipping until tomorrow. It might be worth giving them a call and seeing if they will be selling more tomorrow. (y)

PANASONIC Lumix DMC-GX80 Mirrorless Camera with 12-32 mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens, £312.55 at Currys/ebay (Discount at Checkout)
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Great compact camera on offer here, might suit someone. 5% off at checkout. PRODUCT FEATURES - Comes with 12-32mm Lens - 4K photo and movie recording capability - 4K Post foc… Read more

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Can't see the discount at checkout?


ok good point tho atleast it wasnt shown on hukd. (y)


The image gallery shows the camera with what looks like a telephoto lens fitted, I will point out that there is also an image with body only, I think the actual description is clear enough exactly what lens comes with it lol


Neither the Fuji or Olympus have a viewfinder - whereas this panasonic does. the Fuji has a bigger sensor & 24mp so will produce the best detailed pictures. Even though the Panasonic is old it has a lot of bells & whistles & take great pics, but can be unwieldy with larger lenses. Other than that it comes down to whether you like the Fuji image look, the Olympus image look or Panasonic image look ! EDIT - You might want to consider the Fuji X-T100 refurb from Fuji @ £249 with 15-45mm lens. It takes great pics, has a viewfinder - but 4k video is only 15fps.

Webcam Deal - Lenovo 360 1080p VOIP Camera - PC and Mac Compatible £188.79 @ Lenovo UK
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
OK, so I know it's not the cheapest option in the world and meant for businesses, but it's In stock 20% cheaper than RRP or at any of the usual drop shipper websites (Box, Balli… Read more

The Zeroids are back.


It's a 360 camera for sitting in the middle of a table and including everyone in a meeting.... Not *that* useful in the current climate, of course, but if it works its very useful, and a bargain - the meeting owl is just shy of a grand (tho includes more intelligence and a microphone array)


You could get a Logitech Brio which is Ultra HD for £199 from Amazon, a much more consumer-friendly option. It's not on sale right now, but I got it for £130 not long ago. Having used these type of webcams for conference calling, they're a real pain for a home setup. Hope this helps.


V.I.N.C.E.N.T my how you have changed (shock)


I have ordered a Logitech C270 from Staples. They did say it would be up to 14 days for delivery as they are awaiting some stock, £27. Its a simple webcam for home use.

Tamron 90 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon DSLR Camera £484.68 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Another price drop be quick

I've got the Sigma and am very happy with it, as are most owners. The Tamron was a consideration but I didn't see enough to convince me the premium was warranted for my use.


Fair points, like I said just my opinion but I have used the Tamron predecessor and Sigma 105 and found the sigma better. Whilst no longer comparing like with like, I have used the Sigma 150 f2.8 OS and that beat any Macro lens I have ever used and could be used for action shots too. The OS was only ever needed for action shots. Macro always done manual focus with OS off. things may have moved on but the only Tamron lens I had that I felt delivered was my ADII 80-210.


Has it occured to you about water drop photography that involves water? Or many other macro subjects involving liquid? It is also a stunning portrait lens, which means you could be carrying it out and about and get caught out by a shower, or sea splash perhaps It also mean you could take it out in the snow for some nice macro shots The weather sealing is worth its weight in gold 25% less weight makes it easier handling too for those macro shots ;)


Never occurred to me to take macro pictures when It is raining. I don't think what its with 50% more on the price personally. Just my opinion.


Because the Tamron is weather sealed, lighter, scores a higher DXO mark, smaller aperture, 5 years warranty

PlayStation PSVR Starter Pack with Headset, Camera & VR Worlds £187.35 Delivered @ Amazon Italy (or £181.77 using fee free card)
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th MayShipping from ItalyShipping from Italy
£187.35 if paying via Amazon Italy in GBP, otherwise approx £181.77 using fee free card). Price includes shipping to the UK. PS VR pack containing a PS VR headset, a PS Locatio… Read more

the kids have had psvr for years and we downloaded the Iron man demo which was great. also had a go of the heist and the shark descent game on the vr worlds disc which we all,enjoyed. we've got the wadjamicallits from the old Ps3 which helps though.


Is this something worth getting? ps5 around the corner, and all the vr stuff that's actually been interesting was pc based. Is psvr actually worth getting? I enjoyed ps move for about a month on the ps4, but that was substantially cheaper.


Either that or a fig of 8 lead, both are a couple of quid at the most.


European plug though presumably?

NP-FW50 RAVPower Camera Battery Charger Set for Sony Alpha cameras £16.69 (Prime) / £21.18 (non Prime) at Amazon
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A6000 Battery NP-FW50 RAVPower Camera Battery Charger Set for Sony Alpha a5100, a6500, a6400, a6300, a7, a7 rii and More (2-Pack Replacement Batteries, 1100mAh) Stumbled on this w… Read more

Ive had a Canon version of this for a few years (by RAV Power). It's been brilliant. The batteries have been fine and not lost much capacity whilst charging pretty quickly.


Not original but for £17 a bargain I remember paying £45 for a NPFM 50 wayback when I got into digital

Sony a7 Mirrorless Camera Body with 50mm f/1.8 Lens, Sony Bag and Spare Battery - £649 @ Jessops
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Credit goes to ScottOhmha1 who posted the deal: Sony a7 Mirrorless Camera Body with 50mm f/1.8 … Read more
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Cool story bro


It's not that I have to have a lens with character. It just wasn't very sharp (even stopped down), it had fairly bad CA and bad distortion. Considering the price and the fact it's a prime I thought it would fare better. I wouldn't be surprised if my Tamron 28-75 2.8 outperformed it at 28mm which says a lot as a prime should be much better corrected than a zoom lens.


If you are like me, I guess it is probably because 28mm/2 is pretty much an modern lens that lacks some of the characters we normally get from vintage lenses. It also has quite bad distortion.


Let's just get something straight here. The A7iii won't be £700 for another 2-3 years at least. If you think otherwise you're fooling yourself. If you're on a budget, get an A7Rii instead. The image quality is better than the A7iii (I've owned both) and it's cheaper. You could probably get one for £800 if you really searched hard. Add a Canon FD 50mm 1.4 for £100 and you're golden 👌

Amazon Blink Indoor CCTV Camera with Module at Amazon for £59.99
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Blink indoor camera with module.

No 1080p, no infrared


Wouldn’t you rather get the mini for indoor??? Or the xt2 for outdoor use?


I orded the two kit and I'm really impressed tbh, They're obviously not the best thing on the market in terms of cctv quality, but the images are pretty good in day or night, for ease of setup and overall simplicity they're amazing. I think the main problem is you just have to dial in the settings when you set them up, but that's no hardship especially for the price; I love the fact there's also really good 3rd party support and accesories.


6 inches. Lol. Sorry, couldn’t resist xx


Also just noticed the add-on camera is over £50 On the post just below this one wouldnt it be better to buy 2 of these to get the extra module

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