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Canon BG-E20 battery grip for the 5D mk4 £129.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 22 h, 18 m agoPosted 22 h, 18 m ago
This is the cheapest I’ve ever seen this battery grip; better than second hand prices
accidentus

Cool - thanks - I guess it makes sense for those pros

afroylnt

Sometimes you may not have time to change batteries and risk missing some sots. It should also contain a duplicate shutter button that makes taking portrait shots easier.

accidentus

Asking a noob question - I guess these don’t come with the extra batteries (which you have to buy separately) - so why wouldn’t you just change the battery when it goes down? What value is this attachment except for a battery holder ? Good price though

BermudaSquare

Does anyone know if this would fit a 5D Mk.III?

robatt

For those that don't work in war zones I find the Neewer equivalent quite good and a lot cheaper: https://support.neewer.com/product/neewer-battery-grip-for-canon-5d-mark-iv-camera-replacement-for-canon-bg-e20-compatible-with-lp-e6-lp-e6n-batteries/

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys
Matthew_Sundhu

Do you have a link to the printer heads please?

DealsElf

Looking for a super cheap printer to print delivery labels. Any recommendations?

knobbly

My father purchased this printer a couple of months back. I set it up for him so it could be accessed from laptop and desktop. I can truly say this is the worst ever printer I've used. Clunky, horrible 'feel', terrible user interface, terrible paper feeder. Canon lost their way with this one IMHO

Jino

Me too until B203 and even total wash out did not help. As you said 2-3 years.

kevann

I would not recommend this printer. Performance printing is good but the paper tray mechanism is without doubt the worst I have ever encountered in any printer, I have had mine replaced 3 times now as I took out the 3 years warranty no quibble replacement... I highly recommend if you do purchase this. ? Then make 100% sure you pay the £ 9 odd for the cover ..or you will without doubt regret it.Concerning the price point? it`s always been around £50-£55 as far as I am concerned. The printer print is OK the .....paper tray ...is abysmal and you will encounter nothing but problems I guarantee. Just serch for this model printer on google concerning it`s paper tray and you will see....shocking is too kind a word to use. :o

Canon EOS M100 mirrorless camera with EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, £299.97 from Currys
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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
sunpreet

https://petapixel.com/2020/04/08/canon-to-release-two-eos-m-cameras-and-more-lenses-in-2020-report/

DealHugger

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.

kingmustard

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

abeuk

OOS

sunpreet

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

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £47.49 at Currys ebay
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Bargain if you lucky enough to get one 5% off too be quick
adsm

Yes SERIOUSLY!!

kilrah

Seriously?

adsm

I also have this, good price for a printer scanner, the BIG problem is if you purchase Canon Ink it is nearly as much as the MG5750 COMPLETE with ink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

herrbz

Which? might be outdated, or they might not feel comfortable directly recommending unbranded ink, I dunno. I guess they have to be upfront about the genuine Canon ink costs. I read this review and bought this printer based off it, because printing speed makes no difference to me and Internet Ink sells a refill pack for £13ish which is ideal.

The_Lurker

OOS now

Canon 100gsm (1 x 500 Sheets) £6 Prime (+4.49 NP) @ Amazon
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Not the cheapest around - however for 500 sheets at 100GSM, not a bad deal at the moment. High smooth colour copier paper printed on both sides Paper weight: 100 g/m² Format:… Read more
haines1997

Would rather pay the extra 1p and have them dispatched within 1-2 days instead of a 5 day wait for stock, plus dispatch times.

square72

These are £5.99 (back in stock this week) https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-Color-Laser-Paper-sheets/dp/B000H80CXA/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1&keywords=100gsm+paper&qid=1590386265&sr=8-10

EMBASSY

ordered thanks. pics stand out more on 100gsm or better.

Crossbow

Once you use 100gsm paper it's hard to go back to anything lower.

royy

Ordered thanks

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, £34.99 at Currys/ebay (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print)
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Update - Deal unexpired 27/05
Decent printer at fair price, hope it helps. Many thanks to @barneystuta for noticing (y) Specification MPN: 2226C008 App available: - Canon PRINT Inkjet - SELPHY Wireless … Read more
MeddlingPrawn

Great deal but out of stock now unfortunately.

DiyDave

I’ve used refillable cartridges for years & literally saved £100’s. Initial outlay approx £30 to £40 for a set of refillable tanks, syringes & inks. Probably takes 5 to 10 mins to refill them. Worth investing in a box of latex gloves to keep the ink off your hands. Occasionally get the ‘ink tank not recognised’ message, but just switch off the printer, remove the cartridges, wipe down the contacts & put them back on an hour later & always works for me.

uksnapper

In general manufacturers cartridge packs works out at £800 or more per litre There are "refill your own" systems.For instance https://www.inkexperts.co.uk/product/compatible-canon-cli-526-pgi-525-refillable-ink-cartridge-set-empty/ Worth doing some research.

markgh

Having not owned one for a few years, are inkjet printers still a massive pain if you don't print often? Clogged heads, ink-intensive cleaning cycles, strange printed lines... They're so much cheaper and smaller than laser printers.

aseddon130

Just search on amazon or eBay with the printer model numbers of each and you’ll get your answer, on average on the TS5051 the carts are £7 for 5pk, didn’t look for this printer in the OP as they’re gonna be more expensive in the long run since there’s one singular colour ink cart rather than individual colours. Usually if the printer is a lot cheaper it’s because you can’t get compatible cartridges and the manufacturer will take a hit on the price of the printer and make it back from the ink sales

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CANON Zoemini S 8.0 MP Camera with Photo printer £49.97 + £3.99 del at Jessops
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FREE DELIVERY £50+ , :D So just add some cheap case > https://www.jessops.com/p/tecno/compact-case-small-83141 ... Case for £4.99 (y) Or photo paper for this cam… Read more
Markshrac

Sold out

zwarder

Got a white S version, good spot, thanks op

ElGofre

I'd personally rather think of this more of a compact "instant photo" printer for your smartphone (which it can do, which is nice) than as an instant camera itself- these digital instants generally use crappy sensors and justify that as attempting to emulate the feel of a proper analogue instant camera. If you have a reasonably high end phone from the last 5 years, odds are it has better image quality, you have more control and flexibility over your shots, and a wealth of options for post-processing (even if it's just throwing on a filter to emulate instant photo quality). With that said this is a very affordable and compact option for an instant printer, so I may actually pick one up.

redcastle

Go for pearl white and make sure u get the S version NOT C :)

redcastle

Black out of stock!

CANON EOS 4000D DSLR Camera EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 III & EF 75-300 mm f/4-5.6 - £360.05 @ Currys PC World eBay
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Key Features Top features: - Take fantastic photos and Full HD videos - Connect your camera to smartphones and tablets - Guided modes and filters for creative photos - Fast… Read more
bald_vale

Just the one as far as I know :/

cely

Thanks for your help, Phsy. Its my partner's birthday in a couple of months and a hint was dropped about a DSLR. I reckon this would be great as a first camera with 2 lenses and its in budget. Will sleep on it but reckon I will go ahead and buy, great price.

Phsycronix

Hi cely. No, the price shown at the top is AFTER the discount code. When this "deal" first went live, the OP listed the full Ebay price. I then noticed they were running a promo code that you could also use, bringing the total to £360.05. Great price for this kit. Hope that helps. All the best, Phsy.

cely

is that in addition to product5 discount or is just one coupon valid?

bald_vale

Cheers Toaster. I was under the impression that the 4000D was a better camera than my 1300D Which my non serious non photographer self is very happy with ;) I think that I will stay in my amateur photographer bliss (y)

CANON EOS 4000D DSLR Camera Twin Lens Bundle (EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 III + EF 75-300 mm f/4-5.6), £331.25 at Currys/ebay with code
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Good value bundle here, might suit someone. Specification MPN: 3011C011 Movie exposure modes: Movie Mode Photo effects: Auto, Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Fai… Read more
ijwia

terrible specs for a new dslr does seem to be old innards stuck in a shiny new case

toaster

In what possible way can a cheap plasicky entry level DSLR with an ancient sensor dating from 2009 (and a pair of genuinely sub-par kit lenses) be an upgrade over the excellent enthusiast level Sony A6300?

moggith

The 75 300 isn't the best

iimrul_B

I have got the sony A6300 is it worth upgradin to this ?

fredydib

And no comparison in price... Sony A6400 E-mount compact mirrorless camera body and Camera with 55-210 mm Lens Bundle £1,017.00 at amazon.

CANON EOS 4000D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 III Lens - Currys Ebay - £278.81 @ Currys / eBay
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Some great deals around with the Curry's Ebay discount codes. Apologies if this is a repost but seems like a good deal if you are looking for a new low end DSLR. It's a big step… Read more
pwel

All modern cameras can take good photos, just you have better choices for similar money. Bundled with the 50mm in the past for the same price makes it better value and I can suggest it if you don't want to pay a penny more, but I don't like the fact that they offer the kit lens without image stabilization, clear rip off for the first time buyers, as many will not notice it in the beginning.

TecspecEngineer

After going to my local camera shop, pre lockdown a few months ago I ended up with a vintage EOS 30D and love it. Magnesium Alloy body, nice and chunky for my big hands and the quality feel is a joy. It has an 8 thousandth shutter which for sport and nature overtakes one of these modern cameras by a mile.

alexshy

Would this be too much for taking product images? Need something fast to take good photos and easy to transfer to pc. Any recommendations pls?

fatknacker

I have this camera and I love it, really simple to use and you can get some great photos with it.

pwel

Good deals coming up here regularly, last time was the panasonic gx80, about a week ago..

Over 1000 FREE Canon Paper Craft Projects - Animals, Architecture, Vehicles etc.
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https://creativepark.canon/en/categories/CAT-ST01-0071/top.html I've had this saved to my bookmarks for years and only tried a couple of models, but there's hundreds, all sort… Read more
rojay

The app is quite decent too!

SquirbyDude

Says they've closed this page in 2018 (skeptical)

Bert-Rib

(y) (y) (y) Nice one, Bonji. Thank you for posting. (y) (y) (y)

vincento_1

Heated. Took it to 400 degrees

TheOnlyRick

Very cool, but be warned... A lot of these are very tricky to make well (so they look as good as the photos).

Sigma 150-600mm f5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Canon Mount Lens £749 Amazon
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Truly amazing lens, especially if you are into nature/landscape photography. Wex photo costs £789 but they don't even have it in stock at the moment. Fits Canon EF, Nikon F and S… Read more
dougan

The only real alternative is the Tamron equivalent, but as I was using the Sigma 150-500mm, this was the obvious choice

Meathotukdeals

Mind if I ask you what other lenses you were considering when buying this one?

DafEO

£749 seems to be fairly standard price across many shops at the moment, inc WEX: Canon Mount: https://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/Sigma/Sigma-Canon-Fit-Lenses/Sigma-150-600mm-f5-6.3-DG-OS-HSM-Canon-Fit-C-Lens Nikon Mount: https://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/Sigma/Sigma-Nikon-Fit-Lenses/Sigma-150-600mm-f5-6.3-DG-OS-HSM-Nikon-Fit-C-Lens

pwel

Yes, I think this adapter work best with the most of canon ef mount lenses.

zermattbusby

£711.00 with code Nikon Fit SRSMICROSYSTEMS / eBay

Canon Pixma MG5750 inkjet printer - £40.49 @ Currys eBay
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Really great price by currys and get an extra 10% off so total price is £40.49
Scrubwood

Compatible ink works fine on photos. A few years back I tried Canon ink Vs cheap ink. Could see very slight shades of difference, but just as good. Probably better still now

MinerWilly

Thanks mate.

sheffield788

I print photos on my printer (different brand) using compatible ink, never had a problem.

MinerWilly

I haven't had a printer for years and suddenly need one mainly for the kids and printing out the odd snap, I was wondering are the 3rd party cartridges capable of printing photos too? Thanks.

herrbz

I just bought 2 full replacements ink sets for £22.50 on Internet Ink. That was mainly why I bought this printer, because the ink is cheap. Bought it last week for £50 because it kept going in and out stock, of course it's now £40 on a deal

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print) £34.99 at Currys
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
Good printer and in stock with free delivery. Product features Includes 2 Canon FINE Cartridges WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print Up to 7.7 prints per minute Spe… Read more
barneystuta

Back in stock on ebay and direct.

luk2124

Oss

PhilK

Does this print onto CD's and DVD's ? Oh - and MANUAL 2 sided - no duplex then - rules this out for me. Two things I need in replacing my current Epson (which is showing it's age) are duplex and cd/dvd writing

Tacavas

here starting at £14.95

phoenix_epsilon

Are inkjet the same garbage as 10 years ago? I guess they are. Do yourself a favour and don't buy one, just go for a laser.

CANON PIXMA MG2550S All-in-One Inkjet Printer, £24.99 at Currys
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Great little printer, in stock and with free delivery available. Specification Functions- print, copy, scan Print resolution- up to 4800 x 600 dpi Print technology- 2 FINE Car… Read more
Yasin2020

+2. Recomandation helps families with kids to print study material and also colouring sheets. Thanks.

Tacavas

Harsh (annoyed)

steve252

+1, recommendations appreciated...

A13

Not wireless. Cold.

sb1876

Me too, looking for a cheapish wireless one for occasional printing.

CANON LEGRIA HF R86 Camcorder - Black £227.05 Delivered @ Curry Ebay
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Curry's Ebay 227.05 Currys 239 Amazon 239 Let's have a look to some specs :{ CANON LEGRIA HF R86 Camcorder - Black TYPE Type Digital camcorder Processor DIGIC DV 4 VIDEO… Read more
Shakir_Patel

Thanks mate

D3P0

Hdmi mini connector

Shakir_Patel

Does this have hdmi out put?

r200ti

The biggest competition for these are MFT's ILC's. Im not sure if people saying phones can do the same are just trolling or genuinely dont get it/lapped up to much apple marketing.

Bob_dvb

The iPhone still records to internal storage and just syncs with the cloud, so for a single recording event it needs to be able to write a single file. The maximum record size is limited to the size of storage memory in the iPhone, so a clean 256GB phone can store around 135 hours at 1080p in HEVC. From a professional perspective, a phone has a major flaw: the lens and sensor are small. Physics remains a limiting factor, a bigger sensor can capture more light and has less noise, a smaller sensor needs more amplification which means more noise. One of the main uses for camcorders now seems to be those making videos for the likes of YouTube and that's why many of these cameras can now be directly connected to computers as a camera. They are much better than phones or webcams for this kind of application.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S Inkjet All in One USB PictBridge Printer - Black, £24.99 (+£3.95 delivery) at Argos
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Decent printer and in stock, might suit someone. The perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Cano… Read more
Avenger

Just got one from curry's, back in stock bud (y)

herrbz

Went to buy the MG5750 yesterday. Got to checkout and it wouldn't let me sign in. Requested a password reset and it wouldn't accept the new password. Clicking on the basket made the website crash. When I got back onto the original page it then said it was OOS. Tried their eBay page. Went to buy, signed into PayPal, clicked Buy and...OOS. Thanks Currys...

italondonistaavataurino

This could help to make the printer wireless, but only if found at a very cheap price it might be worth:

OKov

I buy my inks at stinky inks perfectly fine for me. Cost is really cheap. I can say they don't dry out even after couple weeks of no use. You don't need oem inks ppl

m1keyp1key

The TS705 seems the best of a bad bunch of easily available canon printers at the moment in regards to cartridge costs. £18 for a set. and the printer can be picked up for £60 Not really kept up to date on other makes as i've always been happy with Canon.

CANON PIXMA TS5051 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (5 starter cartridges included) - £49.98 (+£10 Delivery) @ Currys Business
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Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
This Canon seems good for the price. Enjoy! Top features: - 40% smaller than previous models, giving you more office space - Print from anywhere with built in WiFI or via Appl… Read more
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dean026

I find it to be picky with genuine cartridges haven't tried compatibles. But at least with compatibles you won't lose as much money.

zba78

I was considering this printer because of the availability of cheap compatible cartridges but are you saying the printer won't accept many of them?

almostwittyuk

No longer available.

sh3z

Often £49.99 in store on a frequent basis, picked one up for ourselves and my parents. To be honest, I thought they’d be some form of Bluetooth or usb function for printing (as we had no internet service after moving into our new home), nothing just SD or WiFi. Prints well, but as mentioned above; cartridges are steeply priced.

dean026

Got one of these, waste of money. It is so picky with genuine canon cartridges, and they ain't cheap either. Will probably end up binning it soon.

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