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Canon EOS 200D Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens £369.99 @ Toby Deals
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Perfect starter DSLR for anyone looking to get more serious about photography. - 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor - DIGIC 7 Image Processor - 3" 1.04m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen LCD - Ful… Read more
klingonempire yeah some are genuine obviously, but there are a lot of people who've only done 1 review. could be spite/competitors could also be genuine too. I work in a very competitve market and we do get fake reviews left for us




Great camera but grey import if that matters to you!

CANON PowerShot SX540 HS Bridge Camera at Curry’s - £199.99
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
This camera is a bridge camera and has 20.3 megapixels and can shoot full HD video. It can be brought online at Curry’s and cost £199.99.


Agreed (highfive)




I’d imagine the people this is aimed for would be more comfortable using the 3” screen for their shot compositions


Eh ? (popcorn)

CANON PowerShot SX720 HS Superzoom Compact Camera & Travel Kit £179.99 delivered w/code @ eBay/Currys
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
I posted this back in March at £199.99 which at the time was with code, I know this is another deal with the eBay code, but £179.99 is really quite good on this bundle. It's now dr… Read more

It already comes with a mini tripod. I bought it as my samsung s6 camera wasn't that good.


The picture does show the 40x Optical Zoom but yeh, nice to have it in the description. I have the 610 which is obviously a slightly earlier version but is a great camera for family holidays. Might upgrade it to this one.


The important missing feature listed is the zoom -- it is after all called a superzoom! It's 40x for those interested.


not bad - you'll probably want to buy a head for the tripod though

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CANON EOS 4000D DSLR Camera with EF-S 15-88 mm £386.99 w/code @ Currys/eBay
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Decent set up for this kind of cash especially with the extra 10% off. Would be all over this if I didn't already have a DSLR that's not that old. Has Wifi connectivity which I'm a… Read more

cold - 1300d is cheaper and better take a look at the build of it - its the worst canon i have ever seen edit: wait a sec you've made a hash of this thread neotrix, deal price is for camera and 2 lenses but you only list one of them also the lens is obviously 18-55 not 15-88 there is also cashback available but not sure if get a proper currys receipt or not edit2: infact i still think its cold if no cashback


Sooooo tempted


Currys have made an absolute dogs dinner with this ad, the description the title etc.


why on earth is this pinned as well? its not a good deal - you can get a better 1300d for less!


is this not supposed to be a downgrade from their already entry level range?


100 pounds difference may consider travelling to get that.


it's 18-55 mm. The 35mm equivalent is 29 - 88 mm


This was (and maybe is) £329.99 at Dixon in Gatwick airport. Don't know if that's the usual price there, and not everyone can get to that shop, obviously. Worth a look if you're flying soon.

Canon Speedlight 430 EX III-RT External Flash £269 -  potentially £149 with price match & Canon cash back (read description) @ John Lewis or buy directly @ HPreston £149 (with Canon Cashback)
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Currently John Lewis is selling the external flash for £269, but you can get it down to £149 - JL will price match with Preston Media (… Read more
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Just had mine refunded because they (apparently) didn’t have the stock or couldn’t get hold of stock. Hmmm


Has anyone who ordered from HPreston had their order dispatched yet? Mine is still processing, despite ordering 4 days ago.


JL not match it.....In order to apply a price reduction on a purchase, the criteria in our pricing policy must be met. I regret that after review the request you have submitted does not match all or parts of this policy. Although Preston Media have a showroom, they do not clearly display prices in the showroom. Therefore, they are not a comparable retailer under the Never Knowingly Undersold policy.


Just had my price match declined on the basis that Preston Media don't "Have premises on a high street or comparable shopping destination". Apparently they are 'online only' (which they're aren't). Sounds like another case of John Lewis trying to wheedle their way out of abiding by their own policy again... Edit: Good job then that I gave up waiting for JL yesterday and just ordered from Preston themselves Edit 2: I've now had another reply and apparently they are now accepting that Preston Media is not an online only store but now are rejecting it as they do not have "clearly displayed prices" !! So basically someone at JL has trawled the pictures online and seen pictures inside their shop and as they do not have price labels on the shelves they won't price match! I even linked to this post and the person basically said that the price match which @cooldude01 was offered shouldn't actually have been offered in the first place.


Great deal if you can get the price match and cashback

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Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800X600 All-In-One Printer - £21.99 @ Amazon
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Great price for an AIO printer. Comes with setup inks but USB printer cable not included.
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I've got one of these, would definitely recommend. For those wondering it comes with 1 colour and 1 black starter ink, they've actually lasted a good few months of average use, I haven't had to buy more ink even after 20+ uses. You will have to buy paper as well though.


Its AIO which means all in one.


I've been looking for a cheap flatbed scanner and this fits the bill quite nicely! Thanks OP!


A10 size? Really? 26 x 37 mm?


good deal

Canon Mirrorless Cameras, Free 22mm EF-M Lens at Currys - Canon M50 Mirrorless Camera with 15-45 kit lens and 22mm F2 STM lens for £649.99 instore
LocalLocalFound 5th JunFound 5th Jun
My local store had a sign near the Canon Mirrorless cameras saying a free 22mm EF-M Lens worth £200! Store was the Basildon branch, no mention of it on their website or online at… Read more
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Reasonable price but terrible camera. I returned mine after 10 days.


The adaptor works well but it adds some length. Useful for me as I have plenty of EF and efs glass


Yes indeed, you need the adapter. The current EF-M range is rubbish but open up the EF and EF-S range and there’s a whole ton!


I think the Canon mirrorless series is a different lens mount to other Canon lenses although apparantly you can use an adaptor.


I know, I know, it isn’t the best blah blah.... I did the research, found plenty of good reviews about Sony, Fuji and even Olympus having better cameras for comparable money. For me though, having an open to use current Canon lenses in the future justified it. I have various glass for my SLR so if I fancied it in the future I could use it without having to buy new lenses. I wasn’t after the best, just something that gave me options and didn’t mean breaking my neck carrying around an SLR with a young baby...

Canon G9X mark ii - £299.99 with promotion @ Amazon
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
I believe this is the smallest, lightest 1 inch sensor compact on the market. I think it's a strong price for a relatively recent 2017 model. Switch to 'sold and dispatched by Am… Read more
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Totally agree with this. Just about any dedicated or phone camera can take a good picture in bright light these days, especially if you are the right distance away from the subject, but a cheap phone lens can't compete with a proper optical zoom on a dedicated camera, and in lower amounts of light the larger sensor of a proper dedicated camera will make a huge difference to image quality. That extra quality will be far less noticeable to you if you are only going to view pics on a standard Full HD TV or PC screen, but if you ever want to print any pictures out, or display on a full 4K screen, you will instantly see the difference with the dedicated camera. If you do stay with a phone camera, take care to keep the lens protected. Too many people just keep a their phone in their pocket or bag with an unprotected lens, and then wonder why the pictures are crap after 6 months of it getting scratched and battered!


I'm guessing you have an iPhone X or are considering one which is why you're asking. The iPhone X doesn't even have the best smartphone camera. It does have a very decent camera for a phone. However dedicated cameras can easily thrash the pants off any smartphone. Smartphones are getting better and you can take great photos. Dedicated is where you need to be looking for best photographic quality though.


I own the G7X ii, and it is an absolutely fantastic camera. It replaced my Nikon D5200, as I wanted something smaller, and easier to whip out and shoot with (boom boom). Got an iPhone X as well (as it was mentioned above) and as much a i love the thing, it’s no comparison to a dedicated camera. The G9X ii is a great little camera for the price, and I love the brown on silver colour option personally.But, If you have the extra cash, I would plump for the G7Xii over the G9X ii every time for its quality and size balance. I paid £384 for my G7Xii, for those considering. Heat OP.


Just held the GX9 ii, the GX7 ii, the rx100 i and the rx100 iii in hand in Currys. Observation 1 - GX9 ii really is small compared to the others. It's the only one you'd pocket without a jacket. In the well lit store environment it was easy to use, as good as the others, and the build quality feels superior to the rx100 mark i. Overall based on current prices, I'd stick with this one personally after handling it. Observation 2 - if you're willing to sacrifice on size, the A5100 and the A6000 put the others above to shame. The A5100 really isn't that much bigger than the GX7 ii, and it's cheaper. Think carefully about whether you need pocket size or not.


tbf it sounds like what always happens - someone finds something on ebay.then posts it with 20% off people react by voting cold 224 would start at 280 before the code... right now the camera is 289 on eglobal so the deal was the code not the camera

Canon M3 24mps & 15-45mm lens included - £246.97 instore @ Currys (Manchester)
LocalLocalFound 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Canon M3 compact camera incl lens. Clearance price £246.97 At Currys store at White city retail park Trafford Manchester. Might be of use to someone as I was just browsing and tho… Read more

Think this went for £200 in my local Currys last year but that may have been the display model. And old model so don't know how many will be left in stores.


Also had one in Torquay yesterday on clearance same price.


Good find @MRKIZZY (and welcome back :) )

Cheese! Canon EOS 200D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III & EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lenses, 1080p Full HD, 24.2MP, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, Optical Viewfinder, 3" Vari-angle Touch Screen, Double Zoom Kit, Black @JohnLewis
LocalLocalFound 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Fab package deal from JohnLewis with a big extra £70 off price match & and further £50 cashback! Combining the creative power of a DSLR, an ultra-compact body, and the shoot… Read more

Now only £50 cashback and price has gone back up to almost what it was before I posted this deal, that was not a deal as the price was lower elsewhere.. not!


i wouldn't call the 75-300 a 200+ lens even if thats its rrp is it a twin kit lens abroad? as brand new grey imports are under 100quid and eg is 70quid 2nd hand (assuming i am not mixing up lenses) not a bad price though so heat added


Us too, however seems the Sony / Nikon gangs are getting the better of this deal package price, so it helps, this is not a grey import, it has the correct full 141 canon swap out, 3 year warranty and you get the £200+ lens for nowt! Lower that it was on black friday by £72 (y)


Hot I love Canonbert... 8)

Canon IXUS 185 20MP 8x Zoom Compact Digital Camera Bundle - £89.99 @ Argos
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Hi, looking for a budget holiday camera for my BH's birthday and came across this, I can see similar prices on imports, toby deals etc, but for the camera, card and case thought th… Read more
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Bought my tripod from Aldi years ago with bag. You need to put a weight in the center as it's not very heavy.


erm, feel like I opened the door to the twilight zone! I have one of those little flexible tripods, which slips in a pocket, can 'grab' on railings etc, proved to be invaluable in the past #justsaying


My tripod is huge as it has to support my 12 inch DSLR.


Let me pickup my phone from its tripod stand and turn on my 3 legged light to read your reply.


Perhaps you guys might want to take your 'mini tripods' to a room and see who has a smaller ' 'mini' pod. (lol)

Canon EOS 700D DSLR Camera and 18-55mm & 75-300mm lenses, £449.99 at Argos
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
FREE £10 VOUCHER WHEN YOU SPEND £100 OR MORE Step into DSLR photography and let your creativity grow with this Canon 700D double lens kit. This kit includes both the standard 18-55… Read more

I am waiting for the right deal to come up on a new canon as my 600d packed up a while ago. If you are not to worried about the numbers on the front the 1300 stacks up well against the much older 600d and has some extra features such as wireless. Have a look here. I still think it’s a hot seal though


I own this camera and can honestly say it is fantastic. It's very easy to use and the picture quality and results you can get are brilliant. Although slightly outdated now (no wi-fi, NFC, bluetooth connectivity) if you're not interested in these things this a great camera for an a amateur photographer who's buying their first DSLR and will keep you going well until you're intermediate. The range of 2nd hand lenses you can is remarkable! That said - if anyone wants to buy mine off me, send me a DM - I'm getting married and my fiancee has a better model and we dont need two!


Would recommend a 2nd hand 6d for your astro stuff. Full frame, top class noise reduction with high iso. Put some good glass in front and you will have some pin sharp results. The only limits then are your commitment to star chasing. Maybe a good thermos flask in the budget too :)


This series of camera has been going forever, a great entry level DSLR. I've been a technican/demonstrator in College's and Uni's and we often start with DSLR's to get people familiar with exposure settings, picture profiles/wb, and different lenses before they move on to semi pro/pro cameras in following years. I'd agree these lenses are pretty crap, but a good learning tool, get yourself a 'nifty fifty' prime and you'll begin to notice the difference.


You can get a Nikon D5300 for 480 which has all of those.

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm & 10-18mm Lens (includes Canon 1TB share station), £399.99 at argos
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
FREE £10 VOUCHER WHEN YOU SPEND £100 OR MORE Product specification: 18 megapixels. 3in screen with TFT LCD technology and with Live View. Continuous shooting up to 3 frames per se… Read more

You could help prospective buyers by dropping a link :)


riiiiight, made up then


Do your own research


you still haven't linked to the d3300 with kit lens and a wide angle zoom for 400quid - this is the 2nd time you've said its cheaper (new uk stock)


More Megapixels, better resolution sensor. Weighs less, higher Video resolution, better Autofocus, better in darker light, cheaper. The main fact is whatever lens you put on the Nikon it will give a sharper and better image then the equivilant Canon Lens. That’s not opinion that’s stonewall. the only reason to buy the Canon is for the lens and buying into that eco system as you will outgrow the body in weeks but at least you will still have the lens to put on a better body should you upgrade.

Canon Pixma MX475 Wi-Fi All-in-One Colour Printer £29.99 Argos
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Print, copy, scan and fax with ease using this affordable Wi-Fi All-In-One. Share functions between multiple PC's as well as mobile devices and enjoy the optional cost effective XL… Read more

Flagging the deal as expired doesn't seem to have any noticeable effect.


The printer companies should be forced to accept trade-ins or pay a Gov Recycling Levy to stop the landfill of these "cheap printers". Too many people buy the printers, see the extortionate cost of the new cartridges...then bin the printer in favour of a cheaper (with ink) NEW printer....SICK !!! :(


they do, but are you willing to pay the price?


It's called the razor and blades business model. You sell the expensive element of product at a low price or even make a loss on it, but then recover this through charging a lot more for the element of the product that needs to be replaced regularly. It's why the Gillette razors are on here for just delivery costs. They know exactly what they're doing, it's more profitable this way. I know plenty of people who get suckered in with a cheap printer then pay a spend a small fortune on ink over the next few years.


Recent court ruling allowing printer manufacturers 'epson' to protect their products by firmware to detect 3rd party carts. My xp 345 just had an update and now it no longer accepts 3rd party carts.. Took it back under curry's warranty and got the hp 2620 with the 10pages a month free ink Hp2620 was 29.99 at curry's pc world

Canon EOS 200D with Twin Lens Kit (18-55mm and 55-250mm IS STM Lenses) £502.99 with code @ Toby deals
Shipping from HKShipping from Hong KongFound 21st MayFound 21st May
This won't be everyone's cup of tea as TobyDeals has a slightly mixed reputation and the goods will be coming from Hong Kong, but plenty of punters have had positive experiences an… Read more
Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800X600 printer, scanner and copier, £22.98 at amazon
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Ebuyer for same price Compact and affordable all-in-one colour printer, scanner and copier Prints documents and photos with ease

If you really want this printer, you can get it for £15.49 on Ebay :


So what is the cost of replacement cartridges on this one? Thanks


Oafish statements like that mean you're not very useful to anyone, as you probably already know.


Lucky you don’t make up the whole HotUKDeals community.


No wifi means not very useful to me. cold

Canon Yellow Label A4 80gsm White Printer Paper - 500 Sheets - £2.22 using code @ Ebuyer (c&c available)
Refreshed 21st MayRefreshed 21st May
Nice everyday 80gsm copier paper at a low cost with code. Free delivery over £50. Good for bulk buy for schools offices etc Ebuyers £2.48 is already a discounted price. Impossible … Read more

True, but no free delivery :(


Its still really good at this price. 80gsm canon. Cant go wrong


I need paper! Any good offers about


code expired :( no longer working


That's if u buy in bulk otherwise it's abit more forgot mention. But u can buy 3 boxes item id is 302001823426 which works out at 13.75 for 2500 sheets

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