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Canon EOS 2000D DSLR Camera and EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens, Black - £439 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Carmarthen Cameras
Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
Model nameCanon EOS 2000DBrandCanonForm factorDSLRColourBlackShooting modesEasyLens typeDSLR IS Camera LensCompatible mountingsCanon EFContinuous shooting speed3Item Weight475 Gram… Read more

Nice deal......on a side note - where do you guys sell your cameras....on Facebook? Ebay ?


£419 in currys and John lewis I think... Edit. Sorry, different lens...

Canon SX740 HS PowerShot Digital Camera - Silver £339.67 @ Amazon
Posted 4th JulPosted 4th Jul
Brand Canon Model name PowerShot SX740 Colour Silver Hardware interface Bluetooth Compatible mountings Canon EFLens type Wide Angle Optical zoom 40 Shooting modes Manual Video capt… Read more

Love the BIG zoom....already own the Sony HX400v (50x Optical) and HX60v (30x Optical). This Canon cam hits a sweet spot with its 40xOptical zoom..... Just love that extra reach and clarity afforded by a massive optical zoom. I thought Sony were on to something when they bought out that zoom lense that could attach to a phone... Personally thought it to be good ides (y)


This has a 40x zoom, that is it's selling point. Phone cameras are in competition with Sony rx100 type cameras, which are far superior.


Good camera but I can't see alot of people running to this with the way phone cameras have advanced but thanks for the post


Agreed, the picture quality just isn't sufficiently superior to a phone camera fot the average user to justify the price. I've no doubt the price reflects the relatively small production run compared to a flagship smartphone.


Great cam, but still too costly. Needs to be sub 300quid nowadays. Regardless thanks for posting and heated up (y) :D

Canon EOS M50 Compact System Camera and EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM Lens - Black £499 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
About this item Modern, hassle free shooting for superb results Compact, sleek and intuitive shooting experience Clever connectivity and control with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Insp… Read more

It's basically a £121 for a firmware upgrade, poor show from Canon. They've basically given you eye AF/tracking in video and stills which can be very useful and a couple of other tweaks like slightly improved battery life which is still poor and vertical video. A tough call as image quality is identical, depends how much eye AF means to you as if you mainly do landscapes and scenic shots you won't need it. People and portraits is a different matter as eye AF and decent tracking if implemented well can be a game changer.


I currently do not own a camera, but I have been looking at this for a while now. Question is, do I go for this at £499, or do I fork out the extra £121 and get the mark II? Does anyone know if the extra features are worth that much?

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SMALLRIG Camera Cage for Canon EOS M50/M50 (New Version) - £47.12 - Sold by SmallRig Direct / Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
I understand this is only for Canon M50 users but a really good deal if you're after a camera cage Make sure you tick the 20% discount code About this item 【UPDATE… Read more

Look on the Camera forums, there are dedicated threads for exactly that.


Well I didn't know such things existed. I will ask a question tho as you seem into this...what is a really good slider/focus rail to use for stacks? Just want to bang up a shortlist. Maybe also the same item for stitches?

Canon EOS M50 Mark II + EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM (Black) - Mirrorless camera £619.84 at Amazon
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Cheapest seen on camelcamelcamel Details BrandCanon Compatible mountingsCanon EF-M ColourBlack Lens typeEF-M 15-45mm Form factorMirrorless Continuous shooting speed10 fps Wireles… Read more

That I’m not sure of. However, even if you could the price of the RF lenses are astronomical. If one can afford to purchase RF lenses then they can afford to buy a higher end camera than the M50. That would be my view.


The one in your pocket made by Samsung, Apple, Google ...


The magic words I always look for are "phase detect auto focus". It's a lifesaver! (y) Sony and Olympus cameras have had it for the last few years. Sony is definitely the king of autofocus, but not necessarily easy to use. Panasonic should be avoided as it's terrible in many ways. But really it boils down to what budget you have and what you plan to shoot. Depending on that, the best option could be a £5000 cinema camera or a £300 360 degree action cam.




what camera do you guys recommend for video and pics