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CANON PowerShot SX720 Compact Camera & Travel Kit £199 at Currys-with code
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Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
DISCOUNT CODE - £150 off marked price. Enter code CANON150 at checkout. Product features 20.3 megapixels Sensor type: 1/2.3" / 6.17 x 4.55 mm CMOS sensor Optical zoom: 40 x 3… Read more
r200ti

Depends what pics your taking, up close you may as well use the phone. I prefer a small camera as they are nicer to use and cost less in several ways than if you dropped your phone or got it stolen. Combined with the additional benefit of a zoom, if your willing to pay 200quid for a small sensor camera, I reckon yes. But if its pictures you want to keep or show on your 4k tv - as i said before that MFT camera is the place to go (although it appears out of stock - no suprise really - which is renders my point less useful!!). It seems a lot of people have different experiences to me and are happy with small sensor pictures. But one of my biggest regrets in life (first world problem eh) is not buying a proper camera when my kids were younger. I look back at great pictures that sadly look utter garbage because i thought a compact, bridge or phone were good enough. Today using big sensors its not an issue. Im no pro so kick myself sometimes at missed opportunities, but the MFT and APSC cameras never let me down. The quality is fantastic its just upto me to frame it.

tafarrant

The GX seems to be out of stock and I want one now !!

SalmanOrange

Is this worth buying if I have an iPhone XR for holiday photos

brilly

focal length equivalents are not complete BS how else are you supposed to compare different sensors the 170mm on this gives a totally different view from that on slr so is absolutely fine to mention equivalents

sxxychocolate

Good deal (y) ....but do I sell my Sony hx60v and hx400v in order to fund my superzoom addiction.....although the nikon P1000 is really tickling my fancy too....

Canon EOS R Body £1,899.00 After £250 Cashback and £200 voucher code TPS-CANON-200 / £2349 before @ Park Cameras
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Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Canon cash back plus Park exclusive discount code Canon EOS R Body & Kit From £1,899.00 After £250 Cashback and £200 voucher code TPS-CANON-200 Cash back and discount code al… Read more
drewpost

That’s the RP - the new low cost entry level model. The R is more targeted at the middle of the full frame market. Having used both, the RP is a cracking camera for the money.

ahdvd

Is this just the body with the EF adapter because Jessops are selling it much less at £1399? https://www.jessops.com/p/canon/eos-rp-mirrorless-camera-body-with-mount-adapter-168155

RainbowInTheDark

Heat from me, good deal for non-grey market!

stevedarkly

The EOS RP is shaping up to be a vastly better proposition for most Canon folks doing landscapes and portraiture (sports people will want something faster than either of these can offer). Circa £1400 new, £1000 on the grey market, slightly lower resolution at 24MP - which makes no real difference other than possibly slightly better noise figures due to larger photosites - but -5EV sensitivity for fast low light focusing. I've got a bit of a lens collection thing going on so I won't be switching brands anytime soon, but I'd take the RP over the R should I eventually go mirrorless.

taffyraptor

Or buy it from ebay from a Swiss seller for circa £1300. Grey import, yes. But too much of a saving to ignore imo.

Canon Selphy CP 1200 Wireless Photo Printer £64.99 Delivered @ Box
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30/04/2019Expires on 30/04/2019Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Great price for this nifty little wireless photo printer. Would be a great little item if you were thinking of setting up your own photo booth, as it supports wireless print from c… Read more
Roger_Irrelevant

What a load of toss, 22p a page? (lol) Oh and any printer sold since about 2006 has had wireless printing. "Setting up a photo booth" :/

DealJourno

Good idea, but I always get 8 passport size photos for just 25p at Boots via the app. It might be a bit more since the last time I used it.

MrAlbert

So tempting. We used to have a Kodak that printed in the same way. Used to love the results but managed to break a flap on it and ever since it's a pain to get the tray to line up properly so the paper gets picked up. Really tempted to get this at this price as for the small amount of photos actually want happy to pay the small premium to be able to print it there and then

sheffield788

Voted hot, good price. If you keep an eye on ink and paper, you can get 108 pieces for approx £15. Have this since about 3 years ago, never paid more than £15 for paper. Really pleased with this printer.

kestrel1960

Agreed. I got one of these a few years ago at just under £80 and well worth it then. Bluetooth printing convenience and whilst the cost of the carts are more than photo ink jets you get none of the printhead drying issues due to the technology of these prints. Recommended and heat at this price.

Canon 3-in-1 Wi-Fi PIXMA MG3050 Series £24.99 Delivered @ Aldi
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Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Cheap & cheerful printer - very highly rated & this seems to be the cheapest price around by quite a margin, especially as the price includes delivery too :) This compac… Read more
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Satele

Very poor deal when you factor in the first set of inks. Much better with the HP Envy deal with up to 17 months free ink. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/all-hp-envy-printers-from-any-retailer-now-includes-a-min-of-12-months-instant-ink-hp-envy-photo-6234-4999-currys-no-referrals-3190158

AndyRoyd

The suggested ink supplier shifts a set of carts for this thread's printer at £30.97, which implies it is cheaper to buy new printer than buy replacement ink. Low volume users should consider a cheapie HP model where a lifetime of circa 15pages each month costs £zero via HP Instant Ink solution. HP wifi all-in-one printers start from under £25.

dmm1000

HP Instant Ink is killing these other brands

wishihadadonkey

My husbands is not the printer in this offer :) I suppose it's all relative, my girls use our cheap & cheerful printer, think it cost us £15 a few years back, the inks we buy infrequently due to the amount of use it gets, so to us, it has proved to be great value & the cost has been spread. If we'd spent more on one at the time, I doubt it would've been used anymore, so would not have worked out such good value :)

AndyRoyd

So it's notably cheaper to buy another printer than buy replacement ink cartridges, assuming the ink carts supplied with the printer are full capacity.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 X 600 All-in-One Printer - Black  £20.58 @ Amazon
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Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
You may actually be better off buying this than that expensive new ink for your existing printer! (y)
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Rico007

It's cheap for a reason.

patrick.smith

Had one of these, started double printing even after a cleaning cycle and never stopped doing it after a few weeks ended up binning it

lumsdot

ive given up on ink jets , forever broken complaining that the purple,cartridge is out of ink so it cant print a balck and white page. goto shops buy new cartrdige which is a copy, add to printer if lucky it may work for a day. next day it will check,cartridges and complain the white cartrdige is empty, arghh

liamwheldon

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/all-hp-envy-printers-from-any-retailer-now-includes-a-min-of-12-months-instant-ink-hp-envy-photo-6234-4999-currys-pc-world-3190158 I just got that same printer with 700 pages free per month for 15 months for £49 printer. Well worth it, pays for itself very very quickly.

eraldo

Well at £17.10 thats cheaper than some ink for certain printers.

Canon PIXMA MX475 Wireless All-in-One Colour Printer, £29.99 at argos
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Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Free collection. 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 optio… Read more
CaptainMatta11

I don't see why not

jplewis76

Does this work wirelessly with a Chromebook?

Janzbro

are compatable ink ok to use on these

neversay

Poor reviews on Amazon.

Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm & 50mm Lenses £329.99 - Argos
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Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Creating distinctive stories with DSLR quality photos and Full HD movies is easier than you think with the 18 Megapixel EOS 4000D. Share instantly and shoot remotely via your compa… Read more
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Sufz

Thank you!!

taffyraptor

https://cameradecision.com/search Or https://www.imaging-resource.com/cameras/compare/

Sufz

Thank you! I'll have a look at them. Is there like a site which compares the quality of different cameras for different price ranges? Where I stand is that I do not know whether a 70D is better than a 750D - I'm completely uneducated in this field so if there's a site which tell you about the different cameras at different prices that'll be great! Thanks for the info btw I'll give those cameras a look!

taffyraptor

I'm a Pentax lover mostly thanks to their legacy lenses. You can mount a vintage lens from 30 years ago on any Pentax body from today. That said, Pentax make up a tiny percentage of the market and most people tend to go for Canon or Nikon. You can pick up a Canon 750D or 760D in excellent condition for £300-350 on mpb. Then you could look at some used glass for little cash just to get started. Alternatively, if you wanted new, a Nikon D3500 with 18-55mm VR lens can be had from amazon for £379, which is a cracking deal. I bought the Nikon D3400 for my daughter last year and it has been a great little camera.

Sufz

I'm totally lost on professional cameras etc, but I want to get into photography/videography. Where can I find out what cameras are good and what would you recommend for around £400 price (I'm fine with used)

CANON PIXMA TS5051 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, £49.99 @ Currys
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Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Top features: - 40% smaller than previous models, giving you more office space - Print from anywhere with built in WiFI or via Apple Airprint, Google Cloud Print or Windows 10… Read more
GNImage

A review on the TS5050, believe the same as TS5051 apart from TS5050 being black and TS5051 being white. You can pick up a couple of compatible ink cartridge sets on eBay for around 12 pound www.expertreviews.co.uk/canon-pixma-ts5050/1405745/canon-pixma-ts5050-review-another-great-all-in-one-from-canon

arkhan78

Any body have detail on printing stats? Cost per print etc

Canon Yellow Label A4 80gsm White Copier Office Paper - Box of 5 Reams (4 for 3) @ Office Outlet £50.85 (£12.71 per box)
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Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Originally £16.95 each. Discount is apllied automatically when quantity is set to 4 bringing total down to £50.85 (£12.71/box)
dominikamisia

You might even be lucky to get them free (excited)

Mtp1

Wow thanks for this.i should be getting down to costco today then.

you_gotta_be_kidding

Nothing special IMO. Costco sell Kodak 80gsm for £8.99 Inc vat for 5 reams. 80gsm is too thin IMO too.

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Aldi £30 Canon IXUS 185 Digital Camera
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Canon IXUS 185 Digital Camera Put point and shoot simplicity in your pocket with fantastic results every time using this slim, stylish and versatile 20.0 Megapixel IXUS with 8x opt… Read more
whickerg

60 is still a deal...

McBurns

Still £60 in East Kilbride even when I asked so store specific

dcx_badass

I got one in December for £60 from my local and was still £60 in another store last week so either a recent reduction or store specific.

azmcmahon

CUper, fife, scotland

freyabo

Wow! 🔥🔥🔥 at that price. Quite the find. (y)

Canon pixma TS5150 smartphone ready printer £40 at Sainsburys instore
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Canon pixma TS5150 reduced at sainsburys Filton Bristol. Connect to smart devices via range of options including Bluetooth for easy Wi-Fi print and scan via Canon PRINT app E… Read more
Canon EOS M50 Compact System Camera and EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM Lens - Black  - £544 @ Amazon
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Great price for a cannon M50 from Amazon. A sleek design classic, this mirrorless camera will inspire you to make memorable stories you’ll be proud to share thanks to technologi… Read more
deal.finder.org

I think i only shot at auto, maybe i should play with aperture and manual mode

pwel

The A7 has a better sensor than the a6000, so probably you are doing something wrong. Both a6000 and a7 have no in-body stabilisation so stabity is the same as on any other camera without stabilised sensor.

deal.finder.org

True but the full frame is years older and this one might have better specs. And tbh i compare mine with a6000 pics, and the aps-c does better pics, stability is crap on mine too

nokiafusion

This is an aps-c your A7 is full frame.

superpanda

Cheaper on ebay.

CANON EOS 4000D TWIN LENS KIT £349 @ Currys
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Why rely on your smartphone to capture the moment? The Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera lets you take photos packed with detail, and Full HD videos that brings action to life. The 18 … Read more
Keeno1979

Is the Canon EOS 1300D better than this?

gkbeckmann

I did mean 400D. I don't think that you have the lens included with this deal, I think that you have a better version. I bought the 55-250IS because is had IS (and the 75-300 on offer didn't) and it cost me about £110 delivered. Nice photo, I think the quality of the photographer may have had something to do with it.

skdotcom

I dont know what you point is mate? I admitted I had made a mistake in that the 70-300 was probably only better if you planned to go full frame at some point.

brilly

ofc but then you were the one bringing up the 70-300 and your nonbudget fullframe camera saying it was better

skdotcom

Errr. the 4000D is clearly a budget model.

Canon Selphy CP1300 Portable printer - £24.99 instore @ ALDI
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These are on amazon for £99 the moment. Got mine in ALDI in St. Helens for 24.99! This, I know is a regional offer so check stores in aldi’s Bolton region ( Bolton, Southport, St. … Read more
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prohunter

there is a canon printer for 24.99 but its not the selphy one. unless the OP wants to show receipt ??

sheffield788

I can see the price on amazon now is close to £30. I never knew the RRP, every time I've purchased the original paper (including from Amazon), I've paid £13-15. In fact I thought that this was the RRP, may be a coincidence, but every time I needed to buy them, this was the price on amazon, ebay and on some website specialised on this type of products. I am assuming when one reduces the price, the rest follow and perhaps I was lucky to need these at that time. I've always purchased the genuine Canon ones apart from one occasion when these were more expensive than what I paid before, so got the non genuine ones for about £11. I could not see a difference in between the genuine ones and the fake ones. However, the reason I've got the fake product only once it was because the price was not much cheaper than the originals. If I was to pay close to £30, i will definitely get the fake ones.

newsgroupmonkey

As you said above, £10-15, depending on whether you're prepared to see if they're fake or not. I'm interested to know where you can get them this cheap though. Generally, the RRP is around £30 for 108, so that's nearer 30p a print. Currenly just short of £30 on Amazon, for instance, who are usually competitive. Something like an Epson P50 with a CISS system will work out much cheaper in the long run.

sheffield788

About £0.10-0.12 per print, is this expensive?

sheffield788

Really good price, paid £80 A couple of years ago. About £10-15 depending how lucky you are for 108 prints.

Canon EOS 4000D Digital SLR with EF-S 18-55mm III DC Lens Product Code: 5317891  £267.00  Was £299.00 Save £32.00 at Jessops
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SpecificationsMegapixel Banding10 - 20Monitor Size2.7"Filter - Size58mmModel4000DTouchscreenNoVari-angle monitorNoMegaPixel (Effective Resolution)18 megapixelsSensor Size (WxH mm)2… Read more
brilly

just save up 5 times the amount of this deal.... your comments a banana... but a black and mouldy one which fell on the floor and a dog came and left a present on it...

Kernell

What's your take in Nikon D3500 with 18-55mm lens, please?

Abbadon

Couldn't agree less with most of what is said above. Its a Canon DSLR with internals in common with others in the range "all be it mostly out of production ones now". Yes the body is plastic as is the lens mount, but this is a brand new camera that has no history of being dropped, banged, used in wet environments, stuffed into fluff laden camera bags without lens or cap in place etc. etc. etc. It is aimed at and will be bought by those dipping their toes into the world of DSLRs for the first time and will provide good service I am sure, stick a nifty fifty on the front and it will be possible to obtain results to be proud of. Would I buy it? Definately not but then I am not the target market.

ElGofre

For under £300 the only DSLR/mirrorless options you can buy new right now are this and the Fuji X-A20, which also has shortcomings but for newcomers to the hobby who don't want to buy second hand cameras, they're both good enough for people looking to dip their toes in the water. However at this price point I would recommend buying used, getting an older but higher tier camera generally gets you more functionality and potentially better image quality than the entry level DSLR/mirrorless options. Using £270 as the benchmark and looking at the prices on my go-to used camera site MPB, these are the options I would get for each brand that will be better than the available sub-£300 options; Canon: Canon 700D with 18-55mm IS II lens Nikon: Nikon D5200 with 18-55mm VR lens Panasonic: Panasonic GX7 with Panasonic 14-45mm OIS lens Olympus: Olympus OM-D E-M10 II with Panasonic 14-45mm OIS lens Fuji: Fuji X-E2 with 16-50mm OIS lens Sony: Sony NEX-6 with 18-55mm OSS lens

Supercharged

Confusingly the 2000D is a better unit and the replacement for the 1300D

Canon Mg3050 Printer £29 at Tesco
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Copy, print and scan with an affordable Wi-Fi All-In-One - Connect to your smartphone or tablet with the Canon Print app - Print from your favourite cloud services On offer unt… Read more
danflorin3

I'm low on cartridges for my Canon TS5150 Any good prices for then?

nandito

:(

patrick.smith

Think I had a white version of this printer, didn’t even last a few weeks until it started messing up and misprinting constantly

nandito

(y)

daza1992

£24.99 if you can wait until 31st at Aldi

Canon EOS M100 mirrorless camera with 2 lenses - 15 - 45mm & 22mm f/2 STM at Argos for £399
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
With a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and powerful DIGIC 7 processing, the Canon EOS M100 Mirrorless Camera delivers brilliant images and detailed Full HD movies. Choose from a range… Read more
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brilly

each of the similar lenses for 200D costs about 100quid each grey import (eg e-finity)

ohmygod2006

Uhmm... those lenses wont work on the 200D though...

paintersinn

God I love this deal so worth it for the lenses alone, planning to sell the body as I just bought a 200D but those lenses are expensive to buy as a standalone :D thanks so much for making me spend £399 ffs (:I @DealWizard

coalfield

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CANON-EOS-M100-Mirrorless-Camera-with-EF-M-15-45-mm-f-3-5-6-3-IS-STM-55-200-mm/132397759615?epid=22024647833&hash=item1ed3857c7f:g:uFcAAOSwe7ZcP9qw:rk:2:pf:0 with zoom lens (y)

brilly

well you cant have it both ways if you cant compare the deals then you cant compare the lenses like you did if you think people know what the deal is about then why are you telling them the lenses are different what you can do with a 55-200 lens you cannot do with a 22mm lens and i can compare them purely on monetary value - if someone wants both alternative lenses then it makes sense to get the bundle with the higher value lens

Pie Face Cannon for £6.75 instore @ Tesco Musselburgh
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Ready, set, launch! 8+ left on the shelf. Reduced from £27. Not sure if it’s national.
Canon EOS-1300D and kit (lens/bag/card) (CostCo Reading) - £299.96
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CostCo Reading have the EOS 1300D on clearance at 247.97+VAT = 299.96 (The also have the 4000D at 2p more) Seems like a good price for the kit.
brilly

sensor cleaning functions dont actually clean the sensors - it helps but not a substitute for 'cleaning' with a blower and nowhere near a wet clean its like if you get dirty hands and you rub them together or on your trousers to get the worst off really

Kennifer

Bought this last year, and has been an excellent entry into dslr, however after a few months of using it I started to see little blimps in the images caused by dust/dirt on the image sensor, and this camera doesn't come with a sensor cleaning function. There are methods you can use (never blow into the sensor box with your mouth, moisture/condensation can cause issues), but personally I would have rather spent a little extra for the next level up which came with an image sensor cleaning function.

gavin1

May be cheaper but almost certainly not UK stock so if you have issue then it may have to be returned to the country the warranty was intended for (probably Hong Kong) and may not be looked at by Canon UK. eGlobal may offer an alterative repair system but it will not be Canon themselves. It also probably not have a UK plug, but you usually get an adapter, but to be honest the "travel adapters" many Chinese stores supply always see rather unsafe to me, so plan on buying a better (read safer) power cord or cable, or if its a wall wart type charger an adapter. You may also have customs charges to pay. Manuals and firmware may not be in English, manual you can get the English version, firmware usually (but not always) has a English language setting. There nothing wrong with a grey import, I bought a camera used and it turned out to be a grey import. It still works after many years service, however its important to consider the potential costs of a grey import over UK/EU stock one. Only the buyer can decided it the potential money saving of a grey import is worth the future risk of possible problems if it goes wrong.

jroo19

Excellent camera for those wanting to venture into the world of DSLR, kit lens isn't too bad either for a beginner. But if you don't intend to shoot in anything other than auto then stick to a smartphone as DSLRs are all about using the right settings (not auto)

Supercharged

4000D with Lens for £197 here! https://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/canon-eos-4000d-kit-with-18-55-iii-lens-digital-slr-cameras.html

2 in 1 Deal! CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + PGI570XL / 571 Ink Cartridges Multipack for £100.99 @ Currys
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Fab bundle deal saving of £70.00!! You get 1 x Pixma MG5750 aio wireless inkjet printer AND a full set of 5 (1 black XL!) colour Canon original ink cartridges for £100! (party)… Read more
bitcoin5

Over... back to £155 for the 2 again.. and selling! (cheeky)

drex

I think this is a very old model and its massive. The newer model is much better and i only paid £59 for it. This model is cumbersome and clunky in operation. The newer model is much much better. They must be getting these from csnon for about £10 they are so old

merb0786

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Sleightbuzz

The OP’s deal is great for the price. It would be great if we all contributed positively across all deals.

dreadzone101

The expired 10% off printer code from the previous deal< is in no way related to this deal. The printer has been £45 since 24th Dec and the previous code took it to £40.50. The printer didn't have an extra 10% off it, in this bundle. "Printer on its own went OOS 4 times" since your comment update, is as believable as your "I am not defending the deal" claim. As already stated, the 1/3 off code cannot be applied to this £100.99 bundle because the ink isn't separate. Adding them individually = printer (£45) + ink (£69.99) = £114.99. However the 1/3 off ink code can now be applied, thus printer (£45) + ink (£46.19) = £91.19. There's no "extra 1/3 off the price of the already reduced sale price". The 1/3 off is different promotion applied to the full price ink, not the printer.

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