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Sigma - 17-50 mm f/2,8 EX DC OS HSM  - £237.16 - Amazon Spain
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Lowet price ever in camelcamelcamel
mikeyw1 h, 28 m ago

Why ?


Better DOF better Dnamic Range Better low light

Most importantly better choice of glass all the old prime. The Nikon D600 is a steal secondhand Nikon will fit a new shutter free of charge. Google it

But for me most importantly it just feels like my old 35mm where my crop sensor never quite felt right.
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Sockpuppetuk10 h, 43 m ago

Yes it is but Sigma UK will not cover lenses purchased or sourced outside …Yes it is but Sigma UK will not cover lenses purchased or sourced outside of the UK.


The mandatory 2 years warranty for items bought in the EU it's not valid in UK?
Just go full frame guys
Great lens. I bought the Nikon version for about £275 from Jessops last July.
Canon EOS 750D Kit with 18-55mm IS STM Digital SLR Camera £388.99 @ Toby deals
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May not be the newest of models but best price i've seen with a lens! The new Canon EOS 750D boasts a high resolution 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 6 Image Processor in… Read more
I have bought a Nikon 3400D last week from Toby deals, delivered two days ago via DPD. They are based in Hong Kong, paid with PayPal. This was my first purchase though and went through fine. The charger is European, manual says Nikon Australia and warranty papers have addresses for Nikon shops in India! Not sure if a malfunction arises where to go
Edited by: "Hajoony" 1st Feb
Love my 750d, would highly recommend. I bought with the 18-135mm though.
leaston8 h, 19 m ago

Amazingly cheap price for this camera and kit lens. The seller is not in …Amazingly cheap price for this camera and kit lens. The seller is not in the UK though and that would worry me. Would this be covered by a Canon UK warranty, I wonder? I'm looking to replace my bridge camera and this seems almost too good to be true for the 750D.


Not covered by Canon UK warranty. Toby have their own 12 month warranty, but I would not chance it, trustpilot 1 star reviews
Edited by: "robbino" 1st Feb
supermod
Thanks for taking the time to share your first deal post @jaked68
Amazingly cheap price for this camera and kit lens. The seller is not in the UK though and that would worry me. Would this be covered by a Canon UK warranty, I wonder? I'm looking to replace my bridge camera and this seems almost too good to be true for the 750D.
Edited by: "leaston" 31st Jan
Speedlite Professional Flash for Canon Cameras £49.99 Sold by dcmall and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Speedlite,K&F Concept® KF590C Professional Flash I-TTL, GN 56 with Auto-Focus Wireless Slave Function for Canon Cameras Following on from the Sony flash unit earlier, here is … Read more
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Thanks for the input guys.
I have a few Yongnuo and Godox flashes. The I’ve had problems with YN even on the ubiquitous Canon 5D III
I’ve found the current Godox to be excellent. Cross brand compatibility means you can trigger canon flashes from a Fuji master or trigger. They have a complete range from small 2xAA flashes up to studio strobes. All compatible. Regular firmware upgrades too. Check out flashhavoc.com
mickrick57 m ago

Yeah? What are their lenses like?


Serious question? I don’t know is the answer. Can only talk about the flashes! And from personal experience they are good. Check YouTube for more.
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JoseChupachup1 h, 37 m ago

Check out yongnuo. Fantastic Chinese knock offs that cost a 10th of canons …Check out yongnuo. Fantastic Chinese knock offs that cost a 10th of canons and match them completely!


Yeah? What are their lenses like?
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nomisco13 h, 9 m ago

This is not an actual Speedlite though is it, because that's probably a …This is not an actual Speedlite though is it, because that's probably a Canon trademark. Maybe better to say Speedlite clone?


I'm just posting what amazon says. A case of don't shoot the messenger.
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Canon 77d with 18-135mm USM £944 (£859 after cashback) @ Amazon.co.uk
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Currently £1029 but apply the voucher on screen to receive £85 off at checkout, also canon are running their usual cashback scheme, in which another £85 can be claimed back. £859 a… Read more
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Hmm, the body for £650 is temporarily out of stock on Amazon, but comes with the £85 double discount in effect.

£85 off at checkout plus another £85 cashback. If I order it now, do you think Canon will accept today as my purchase date, and honour the cashback, even if Amazon don't get it back in stock before the cut off date?

It makes the body £480 which is an amazing price.
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johnthehuman2 h, 42 m ago

Nice price, very tempting.Body itself is also £670, so £585 with cashback.


Yeah I were looking at the body only, then saw the lens I wanted USM worked out cheaper. Alot of the bundles seems to have the STM
Nice price, very tempting.

Body itself is also £670, so £585 with cashback.
Edited by: "johnthehuman" 30th Dec 2017
Heat thanks op
Canon EOS M6 15-45mm £499.99  and possibly £399.99 After £50 Discount Code & £50 Cashback @ Argos
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£399 is an amazing price for the spec of this camera! £449 after cashback was already a great price, however now has an additional £50 off using code 'CANON50' at the checkout. Av… Read more
Sliwka22nd Dec

If you shooting landscapes mainly I would go for Sony A6000 and SIGMA16mm …If you shooting landscapes mainly I would go for Sony A6000 and SIGMA16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens for Sony E Mount or older Sigma 19mm f2.8. I am saying that camera is bad. Why they don't want to make 50mm f1.8 or 14mm2.8. Come on these are essential prime lenses! I like shooting wide open with bright lenses. The adapter is thick as 22mmf2.0. I bought 2 days ago original M camera and 22mm and adapter for £125. Now I want Canon create nice primes for me


The original M was great for video when used on manual with a nifty fifty but the autofocus for taking photos was slow! The great thing about the M was it had the identical menus to my 70d. These new ones like the M3 and M6 have some powershot crap thrown into the menus. If this M6 had the menus from the original M it would be really good.
The pages no longer seem to be on the website anymore
davemhaynes20 m ago

Already posted.


posted at 50quid more but thanks for playing
Already posted.
phoni3 h, 6 m ago

One reason I consider Canon mirroless is their 11-22mm lens. There is no …One reason I consider Canon mirroless is their 11-22mm lens. There is no competition for a compact wide angle lens for a reasonable price from any other system. Yes, there are 10-18mm for Canon DSLRs (much larger) and 8mm/12mm Samyang lenses (no autofocus) but nothing is quite as compact. Don't know about Sony and m43; Fuji 10-24 is massive and costs 2-3 times as much as Canon lens.


If you shooting landscapes mainly I would go for
Sony A6000 and SIGMA
16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens for Sony E Mount or older Sigma 19mm f2.8.
pwel17 h, 12 m ago

Killer 22mm, sharp and tiny 18-55, you can have the 40mm+adapter and still …Killer 22mm, sharp and tiny 18-55, you can have the 40mm+adapter and still be jacket pocketable...touch focus and superb built quality(except m100)...imo, the only real issue is if canon finally sorted out the slow focus speeds and generally the sluggish control feeling..Forgot the also very good 11-22.


I am saying that camera is bad. Why they don't want to make 50mm f1.8 or 14mm2.8. Come on these are essential prime lenses!
I like shooting wide open with bright lenses. The adapter is thick as 22mmf2.0. I bought 2 days ago original M camera and 22mm and adapter for £125. Now I want Canon create nice primes for me
Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM @HDewCameras £135
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***Now up slightly to £135.00 but still a great deal*** OK, let's get a couple of things out of the way first. Yes, this is a grey import (perfectly legal, but designed for an ove… Read more
It was a few years ago but I just found the registration page and put the serial no's in. It worked. Good luck.
iceni28th Nov 2017

I've bought from them before and had no problem registering the serial …I've bought from them before and had no problem registering the serial No's on the Canon website for warranty purposes.


How did you manage to register lenses on the their website? I'm trying to register one and can't find the option for lenses, only things like cameras etc
Got mine new from Eglobal for £105 new. Perfect.
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Now up to £135.00. But still a great deal
GazP28th Nov

How would this compare to Canon EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III Lens for …How would this compare to Canon EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III Lens for example, which is currently £105 at Amazon?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00005K47Y/ref=psdc_1330825031_t1_B00EP71ETU


I had Canon EF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 IS USM which was released the same year so I guess it similar. Even I read some bad reviews back then mostly based on "that's the quite old lens", I really liked it. The image was sharp, the focus was good and fast and the only thing I think I noticed was bit washed out colours. Now when I think twice, that might be caused by haze that appear on long distance shots.

Although, I think you should be aware that Canon EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III doesn't have stabilisation which is really needed thing on telephoto lenses (unless you know you're not going to shoot from hand)
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Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens @ CANON eBay for £239
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Found this one on eBay and it seems to be the cheapest around at the moment. It works with EOS 7D, 77DD, 80D, 100D, 200D, 700D, 750D, 800D, 1300D + Free delivery
I'm a bit confused by this - the description says that it's the STM version (which is significantly better than the older version) but the picture and product code looks like the older version (the STM version has the Canon name in silver not white for example).
Is this gaming?
Canon CS100 photo sharing £29 at Canon Store
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Spotted the deal, not tried the product yet but for £19 willing to give it a go. If it’s junk you could possible strip it for the drive. £3.99 postage for orders under £30 but I a… Read more
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julieallen4 h, 24 m ago

£69 on ebay


Did not say ebay. Canon store £69 minus £40 = 29 plus postage
cmwpds1014 m ago

Still available at this price


£69 on ebay
Edited by: "julieallen" 13th Jan
Still available at this price
Just received mine ordered boxing Day
Bought 2 at £19 each last time around. Reviews mediocre but there is a software update available which may make the software a bit more usable. Not used them yet. anyone tried it out ?
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 27th Dec 2017
Up to £215 cashback for Canon Cameras/Lenses/Video Cams @ Canon
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Just in case you didn't know, canon is running a cashback promotion up until the 17th. I submitted a cashback form and got an email 2 hours later saying it was accepted. Pretty fas… Read more
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brainsys16th Oct

This is not a computer deal. Voted cold.


Okay.
therudders14th Oct

lol, spend nearly £2000 on a camera to get the max cashback, I know this …lol, spend nearly £2000 on a camera to get the max cashback, I know this is high end gear but this is nothing other than a marketing ploy to get us to spend way over the odds for something that doesn't really outperform a camera in the £300 - £500 price range



Not a marketing ploy, more an incentive. I purchased a lens (£1699.00) without even knowing the cashback deal was on and if you think that a high end camera " doesn't really outperform a camera in the £300 - £500 price range" then you are a moron...
pheyshunt114th Oct

Has it been accepted yet, mine got accepted around the same time



Accepted this morning, nice little bonus.
This is not a computer deal. Voted cold.
Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM Lens - £159 - Amazon
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Ken Rockwell Review Link Canon Product Page EF-M 22mm f/2 STMA 22mm wide-angle pancake lens with EF-M mount - ideal for stunning landscapes and everyday reportage with th… Read more
I believe these lenses suffer from loose pixels that gather as dust inside, which then show up as grain in low lighting
Compact, sharp with great bokeh, this lens on any other system would've been at least double the price.
They are price matching Currys if you want to pick one up locally or save the P&P if you're not a Prime member. Picked mine up on Saturday - great lens and compact for travel too.
Fantastic price for great lens
these are great for food photography
Curry's/PC World Clearing Canon 5D III and 6D stock.
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Hi All I stumbled across this deal in store at Curry's/PC World in the Trafford Centre in Manchester and bought their last copy.: 1. This is an in-store deal as I suspect they are … Read more
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Pchris12317th Oct

Hi - anyone who picked up this deal "5D3" should go back to Currys with …Hi - anyone who picked up this deal "5D3" should go back to Currys with receipt and ask for 50% off as its now a clearance item - Bought on 15th at Braehead popped in today and refunded 50% -well happy :)))))


How much did you pay in total for the camera Pchris123?
Hi - anyone who picked up this deal "5D3" should go back to Currys with receipt and ask for 50% off as its now a clearance item - Bought on 15th at Braehead popped in today and refunded 50% -well happy :)))))
Sliwka2nd Oct

Just Google it. Dustin Abbott is specialist with Canon cameras.


Image quality difference is marginal in use, but trust me I've used both and owned one - the 5D3 is a very slick camera compared to the 6D. Yes I'd say it's worth the money. 6D is more like a lightweight 5D2 with a new sensor.
Edited by: "MrMatt991" 7th Oct 2017
Thanks op - picked up an ex-display model from Kensington high street on Monday.

As of Monday evening there was also an ex display 5d3 and 6d at the staples corner branch. The 5d3 was missing the battery.
Canon EF 50mm 1.8 STM camera Lens - £89.99 @ Amazon (Sold by Skyscraper Drones) - Lightning Deal
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A great prime lens for portraits and low light conditions and is a superb addition to any Canon DSLR owner. Not in stock for a few days but still a great deal.
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I'm confused sorry guys, showing as £106 for me. How do you get it for £89?
nipstyler

Works out at 80mm equivalent on a 1.6 aps-c sensor. Great lens and much … Works out at 80mm equivalent on a 1.6 aps-c sensor. Great lens and much better build quality than the plastic fantastic mk2



Yeah I kept thinking of my 60mm macro which is 96mm, couldn't be sure. It's a bank holiday here so I'ma little drunk
GCLA4

It's a Lightning Deal … It's a Lightning Deal @https://www.amazon.co.uk/Canon-EF-1-8-STM-Lens/dp/B00XKSBMQA/ref=gbps_img_s-3_bf76_f4b25bc6?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_p=78284097-89a3-4697-b673-3d468066bf76&pf_rd_s=slot-3&pf_rd_t=701&pf_rd_i=gb_main&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=7QS37EKCTSBJSFY4XMD2



Ah, cheers!
SIGMA 150-600 f5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary - Free UV Filter worth £79.90 during July @ Castle cameras
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One for the keen photographers out there. Free UV Filter worth £80 with the brilliant Sigma 150-600 f5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary from Castle Cameras. Applies to Nikon and Canon … Read more
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Shatwell5th Jul

It's "lens", not "lense" :pThrow any UV filter you have into the sky and …It's "lens", not "lense" :pThrow any UV filter you have into the sky and use the lens hood for protection instead.

Ok...ok... haha

However should it not be lenses as a lens is a single peice of curved glass....

By the by, i agree. Lens hood is more than enough:)
haritori

I mistook this for being £79 lol..


Bought fifty for ebay
Oh... Crap!
dxx

Pre-Brexit referendum, obs. And if you want to check our currency's … Pre-Brexit referendum, obs. And if you want to check our currency's history, you'll note a pretty significant drop which coincides perfectly it.



and if you do your homework, you will see that the pound was overvalued way before then
frakison

We are still pre-Brexit! You're confusing the correction of an overvalued … We are still pre-Brexit! You're confusing the correction of an overvalued pound with Brexit



Pre-Brexit referendum, obs. And if you want to check our currency's history, you'll note a pretty significant drop which coincides perfectly it.
Canon 100D 18Mp Camera with Twin Lens Kit 18-55mm STM & 75-300mm £319.99 with Canon cashback @ Very
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Canon 100D twin lens kit reduced to £349.99 @ very and eligible for the Canon cashback of £30 making it £319.99 MPN: 8576B131AA EAN: 8714574630724 The Canon EOS 100D Camera is th… Read more
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I got a 100D as an entry level and it's really good.
Must of paid like £470 when I first bought it with just the standard kits lens so this is a good deal imo
Deeco

80D, 70D vs 100D?



U cannot compare the 100d to the other two..
Ugh I a still waiting for any deal for 700d or 750d. Argos is changing the price every few days. Before Xmas price was 449 now is 479 I think so..
Canon EOS 80D DSLR Body Only £799 (£719 after Cashback) @ Argos
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Absolutely cracking price for a Canon 80D after cashback. Cheapest I've seen that's not from a grey importer. I'd get in quick as these Argos deals seem to come and go pretty quic… Read more
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mbuckhurst

I own both mirrorless and DSLR and I still end up returning to the DSLR … I own both mirrorless and DSLR and I still end up returning to the DSLR when quality really matters or when you need to be able to tweak the configuration. Laws of physics help the DSLR with the larger glass - it's not all about sensor size, the glass has to get the image to the sensor first. Even though I still use the mirrorless for 75% of my photos, when I know I'm taking 'snaps' - especially for it's practicality, I still find the DSLR has a place when outright image quality is important and that's for a DSLR a couple of generations older than the mirrorless.mike



For me I came from a Sony A6000 to a Canon 80D and overall it has been a great move. Sure the Sony was a good camera for me but, and this has pleasantly surprised me, I feel that the size of the Canon tha tI would have felt would have been a real issue has been a benefit.
I do like how it feels and handles. I like the menus, which I find much easier to navigate and use than the A6000. I love the fully articulating touch screen.
I got some good photos from my A6000 with the kit lens, a Sigma 19mm and a Sony 50mm 1.8. But it has surprised me how much more responsive the focussing system is on the Canon when in low light than it was on the Sony.

As yet I find little to regret buying the Canon, although I'm having some minor issues with third party flashes, and whilst I would not take it on holiday I didn't do that with the A6000 either.
terencetcf

A good video from a year ago that compares between the 2 types: … A good video from a year ago that compares between the 2 types: https://youtu.be/bYWwQOJee0gAnd a year later today, mirrorless has improved even better in terms of autofocus and lens selections, not to mention all other mirrorless exclusive features too.For me, if u don't already has a lot of DSLR lenses, don't need to shoot in events, is highly recommend for mirrorless...



I own both mirrorless and DSLR and I still end up returning to the DSLR when quality really matters or when you need to be able to tweak the configuration. Laws of physics help the DSLR with the larger glass - it's not all about sensor size, the glass has to get the image to the sensor first. Even though I still use the mirrorless for 75% of my photos, when I know I'm taking 'snaps' - especially for it's practicality, I still find the DSLR has a place when outright image quality is important and that's for a DSLR a couple of generations older than the mirrorless.

mike
I must be kind unusual as I have just sold my Sony A6000 and bought a kit version of the Canon EOS 80D with a 18-135 lens. Loving it so far and whilst it certainly isn't as small as the Sony A6000 I do prefer it for my needs and large clumsy hands.

Lenses are much cheaper as well

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A good video from a year ago that compares between the 2 types: youtu.be/bYW…e0g

And a year later today, mirrorless has improved even better in terms of autofocus and lens selections, not to mention all other mirrorless exclusive features too.

For me, if u don't already has a lot of DSLR lenses, don't need to shoot in events, is highly recommend for mirrorless...
StillTheFlyest

Why because of the smaller size? Don't these bigger dslr have better … Why because of the smaller size? Don't these bigger dslr have better quality than a mirrorless?I'm assuming this is far better quality pics than then canon eos m3 that was available recently.




Mirrorless camera these days have sensor size from 1" and all the way to full frame sensors. They are not only has smaller and lighter body but also has on par image quality if not better than those DSLR. of coz one can still argue DSLR has slightly faster autofocus and longer battery life, but there are also others benefit that the mirrorless has only. Perhaps you should go research more about mirrorless camera.
Save 80% on great accessories Bundle when you buy Canon 7D Mark II for £1,299.00 @ Currys
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Save 80% on great accessories Bundle when you buy Canon 7D Mark II @ Currys. Before price £172, after £35 only. you get a camera bag, Tripod, Twin pack Sandisk Memory card &… Read more
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So wheres the £35 Canon 7D ?
CANON EOS 7D Mark II DSLR Camera - Body Only £1,299.00 Save £80.00 !!!!
Lens Reward - Up to £350 Cashback when bought with selected lenses
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Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L USM Lens Used Good £926 @ Amazon warehouse
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926.00 in the basket price canon are doing £80 cashback so you might get also. For online purchases Canon requires a copy of your order confirmation and the necessary product ser… Read more
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Note that these now get 20% off!!
Believe_Me

This might even be Brand new


brand new ones would have a higher chance than 'might even' though (_;)
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ian18

Can be purchased new for 975, so would not opt for second hand at that … Can be purchased new for 975, so would not opt for second hand at that small reduction. Would probably also pay more for the usm II lens


This might even be Brand new
Can be purchased new for 975, so would not opt for second hand at that small reduction.

Would probably also pay more for the usm II lens
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worthinger

Used - Good for £873 "in the basket" (with £50 off £200 promotion).


yep but Back-ordered. Due in stock November 28 -- order now to reserve yours
Nominated Day Delivery available still good tho
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Canon EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM Lens £373 John Lewis instore
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So, I got a camelcamelcamel alert for this lens on Amazon ( as posted here ) yesterday at the cheapest price it's ever been, but it was out of stock when I got a chance to look at … Read more
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TK42

Very good price if you can find one. Suspiciously £373,is the same price … Very good price if you can find one. Suspiciously £373,is the same price as the non L lens, so could be a pricing error.



​most likely. OP got very very lucky, this is a superb lens.
the price has gone back up now
got one yesterday at the store in Oxford Street, the vendor himself was not aware of that price, it was labeled at £650, only after i asked him and he checked on the system he told me the price was right. it's a bargain for that price
stores have them on display that don't show in their stock, so it's worth checking. Managed to get further 10% off by taking the absolutely pristine display model... a steal at £335!!
I asked the gentleman who served me if the price was right (when I collected mne) and they said someone had missed up!
Canon EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM Lens £373 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive)
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Apparently I set the price reminder at camelcamelcael for 500 in 2013, and guess what, it's 373.00, the first time in three years to drop below 500. It was constantly around £630.… Read more
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seandleeer

£373 for Canon EF 100 mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens. Not the IS Version.



The IS version WAS 373 when I posted the thread.
Sigh
£373 for Canon EF 100 mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens. Not the IS Version.
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firemonkey68

It's showing £461 for me?


That was quick.
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It's showing £461 for me?
Canon PowerShot SX400 16MP 30x Zoom Bridge Camera  £69.99 @ Argos
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It may not be the most advanced camera out there but for £69.99 It's good enough for me. Blurb from site: Product specification: •16 megapixels. •30x optical zoom. •4x digital … Read more
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brilly

sensor size on a g4 is very slightly smaller than on this but the lens is … sensor size on a g4 is very slightly smaller than on this but the lens is much faster



You're right, sorry. Hadn't appreciated how large the sensor was on a G4, or how small the one on this is.
DCFC79

Would this be an entry level camera for those with an interest in … Would this be an entry level camera for those with an interest in photography.

Yes it would also be an entry level camera for those with no interest in photography.
lima183

Is the camera good enough to take pictures of a full moon

Any camera can take a picture of full moon.
lima183

Is the camera good enough to take pictures of a full moon


depends what you want, below is the first sample i found (its probably not that well edited so could get better)
click the pic for fullsize..

https://c3.staticflickr.com/4/3947/15756677642_44bbabf5e5_c.jpgCanon PowerShot SX400 IS sample image by Gordon Laing, on Flickr


dslr type with common zoom lens for comparison
been edited alot for contrast etc though..

http://i.imgur.com/x27sWjy.jpg
Edited by: "brilly" 27th Jul 2016
Is the camera good enough to take pictures of a full moon
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