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EOS Lip balm gift set x2 flavours at Tesco £6
LocalLocalFound 10th DecFound 10th Dec
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Says the product is unavailable for me :(


Looks like a babybel :p


buy the dip


My God! This did NOT look like a balm! More like an armpit roller.


EOS hand lotion in Poundland.
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Bargain for £1, currently £7 on Amazon. Great cream for a nice stocking filler.
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Picked these up today in Edinburgh store (cameron toll ) berry scented great for in handbag


Awesome stocking filler - will have to pay a visit!


Oh gosh, now that I come to think of it I saw this when I went to buy some of those Patisserie hand creams earlier and thought "What on earth is that tacky looking thing? Something gimmicky no doubt." *kicks self* (skeptical) Hot (y)


I'm in Poundland a lot, never heard of EOS though and I thought I was quite informed about beauty products. Will have a look out for stocking fillers - thanks :)


Hopefully be in my stores soon.

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Canon EOS 200D Body Digital SLR Camera - Black [kit box] £292.99 @ eGlobal Central
Found 1st DecFound 1st Dec
Canon EOS 200D Body Digital SLR Camera - Black [kit box]

That was great deal from Currys with cash back.. But I think it's no longer available.


Answered my one question, no u can't. In that case not a great deal. Would rather by from Curry's for £299 and get warranty


Can you get cashback aswell making it £199


That explains it, I was only looking at the Canon lenses. Thanks.


It was for Fuji. 27mm

Canon EOS M100 with EF-M 15 - 45 mm and EF-M 22 mm Lenses £279 @ Amazon UK. Yes, 2 Lenses.
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Canon EOS M100 with EF-M 15 - 45 mm and EF-M 22 mm Lenses At Amazon UK. A bit of a wait for dispatch but in stock and next best price is £399. The lenses alone are worth this price… Read more
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agree totally with Ninjasquirrel5 I think amazon is having serious problem with their stocking system (I get more cancellation lately, package is horrible without any common sense, staffs has no clue while I approached) , not surprised as they are so big now and the board directors only want to squash every penny to their own pocket above all like treating staffs or anyone badly.


Woah woah woah, no you haven't! Amazon let us down. Not your fault in the slightest matey :)


Sorry People. I got the cancellation email from amazon. I’m dissapointed and I have let you all down if you ordered this. ;(


Yup, cancelled mine also.



Canon EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body with free Canon W-E1 WiFi adaptor. £919 (with code) @ Clifton Cameras
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Canon EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body with free Canon W-E1 WiFi adaptor for £919 using discount code WINC7D at Clifton Camera. Offer ends midnight today.

or Digital Rev's who are a repeatable dealer from Hong Kong have it at £1,079.00. You would however have it send it back to them (not Canon) in you need to make a warranty claim however. PS There are also some great UK deals on the 24-70mm F4 L which has £350 cashback if you can make do with IS instead or the extra stop. It's the way I went and I haven't regretted it for a second.


Wex Photo and Video and Park Camera's both have it at £1469.65 if you use discount codes LSERIES15 or BF18-CANONL-15 respectively on their payment pages to save 15%


Amazing deals, saw the others you posted :/ any idea where the cheapest I could get canon 24-70 2.8 Looked everywhere but prices to high for me


Yes it's the third Cyber Monday deal I have posted for this camera, they just get better and better.


Scorching, it's £999 everywhere else!!

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body + free Manfrotto Befree Advanced Tripod + 32gb SanDisk ProSD​ card - £999 @ Park Cameras
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Canon EOS 7D Mark II digital SLR camera with free Manfrotto Befree Advanced Tripod and a free 32gb SanDisk Pro SD card for spending over £350. Park Cameras have matched the price … Read more

Thank you (y)


Got mine for well under this from 'a-well-known-importer.'


Thanks. I forgot to check if that deal was still on, even if you don't spend another pound you would still get a free 32gb SanDisk Pro SD card for spending over £350.


Also if you add something cheap to sneak the price over £1000 they'll give you a free 64gb SanDisk Pro SD card


Oh well my apologies sir.

Canon EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body (Canon 7D2) - £999 @ Wex Photo Video
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Canon EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR Camera Body £999, a saving of £350.

Not if you go grey market, £950 ;) Yeah the 7D would be what £830 grey market. But money well spent to go for the Nikon.


Nikon D500 is £700 more


I personally would prefer the 7D. The 7D has a better build quality and is more 'prosumer' originated, whereas the 80D is more for enthusiasts. Depends on what you need it for. 7D have more AF points and higher frame rate than the 80D, so better for sports, but the 80D has a tilting screen and is touch screen, so is nicer to use.


Park Cameras have matched WEX for price, but thier deal also includes a free Manfrotto Befree Advanced Tripod. Park Cameras deal page link


Heat added as is the cheapest I’ve seen it but £1k for a 7d mark 2!? A Nikon D500 is such a better option or a used 5D Mark iii.

Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera Kit with 18-55 III Lens - £194.99 (with code) @ eGlobal Central
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
(Use Code: "CHKOUT5" to get reduced price) Built-in Wi-Fi for Convenient Remote Shooting and Sharing With the built-in Wi-Fi function of EOS 4000D, users can enjoy easy remote … Read more
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£24.99 to Belfast :(


Don't know where you've seen says £6 insured shipping or you can choose uninsured shipping free.


£24.99 delivery??wtf!!


Canon do honour warranty (or used to) on cameras, just not the lenses.


The OP should have made some mention of the fact that this isn't genuine UK stock. Lot's of people on this site just end up looking at specs and price and would have no idea that they had just bought a grey import. If you put the same deal up from a seller from Hong Kong who'd guarantee no import duties, they'd run a mile! I'm not against grey imports at all. I bought a cheap Panasonic lens that saved me a good bit of money. But I knew that if there was an issue, I'd have no warranty. £200 for this camera is a very good price. £289 from Currys is the next cheapest but with 2 years of factory warranty. Either way, I'm glad I bought the GX800 today for £219 from Currys as a second body! :D

Canon EOS R (Body Only) Camera £1599.99 @ eGlobal
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
The best camera on the market at the moment, cheaper than anywhere else. Edit. Available for next price of £1699.99 From wowCamera if ppl are apprehensive about eglobal. wowcame… Read more
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I did indeed read the review and commented based on the deal price, not the full RRP which is going to attract few except Canon die-hards.


Yeah, did you read the review? 79% is not a good review on DPReview. Last year's SLR/CSCs are the Z7 at 89% (silver), XT3 88% (gold), GX9 84% (silver), X1D-50c 81%, XT100 79%, K1ii 80%, A7iii 89% (gold), M50 79% (silver), XH1 86% (silver), GH5S 84% (gold), G9 85% (silver), A7Riii 90% (gold). This is the literally the lowest score for any SLR or CSC camera in the last 12 months. It is not worth buying for £1.6k without warranty. This is the first major launch to not even get a silver award in ages. Last one I remember was (coincidentally enough) the 6D Mark 2 (80% in August 2017). That's found its price point now at about £1.5k, and the EOS R will probably drop to the same. CameraWorld's already doing a £200 trade in bonus on it for UK stock/warranty:


Except stills image quality.


If you are buying the EOS R, you may as well get the version with the EF->RF adapter at the very least ---if not the 24-105mm. This ---like all recent Canon's--- is a flop as a body, but the RF lenses are absolutely brilliant. It might worth getting only as a bet that future bodies will take better advantage of the RF lenses. Regardless why you may decide to get this, just don't from eglobal. Pay a bit more and go with HDEW or Panamoz that offer UK-based warranties.


I wish you luck with eglobal warranty, if the camera breaks after 4-5 months. I have use them several times for £200-300 items without a problem, but I wouldn't buy something so expensive without proper manufacturer's warranty.

Canon EOS M5 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 18-150 mm Lens - Black -£524.99 after double cash back from Canon at Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Deal of the day price is £664.99, which is pretty decent in its own right, but this model is covered in the Canon double cashblack promotion that they are currently running which m… Read more

Still a good deal for M5 with 18-150 lens though. Lens itself is around £350-400. I'm torn between this and the M50. M50 has the latest specs but the M5 has a better build to it. I'm replacing my 70D and 18-135 so this is pretty similar to that just a lot smaller and cheaper.


Yes - my C?ck up ! MODs - please remove this deal. Sorry !


Isn't it the M50 that gets cashback not the M5?


edit: wait a sec - not listed as one eligible for cashback m6 and m50 yes, m5 no

canon EOS 6D camera dslr Body  £799@ canon
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
canon EOS 6D camera dslr Body £799 Pretty good price for the 6d. Direct from canon

This is a really good camera still despite been a little old nowadays. Loads of good features, a few flaws but for this type of camera for £799 with the current prices of the 6D Mark II and similar this is a really hot price.


Any good options along with the EOS 80D ? Thanks (y)


CameraWorld are doing it a little cheaper too if you want to save another £50:

Canon EOS 1000D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens and Extras (Refurbished) £119.99 @ Jack the Hat / Ebay
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Refurbished and virtually as new. Fully tested. Latest firmware installed. 6 month warranty. This kit includes: Canon EOS 1000D/Rebel Xs DSLR Camera. Refurbished and in ne… Read more

A great camera, I bought one in 2009. However the 10mega pixels is a little behind now however - a bargain


Nice one!


The £1199 price in your title put me off !!


It is only £99.99 if you buy it direct from the Jack the Hat website. But Hot UK Deals won't allow a deal for that.



Canon EOS M100 with EF-M 15 - 45 mm lens - Black @ Amazon
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Lowest price ever! Pin-sharp photos and cinematic full HD movies using 24.2 MP CMOS sensor with tiltable touch screen DSLR power in a portable body that catches all the action … Read more



I guess it depends on what you're after but as a micro 4/3 user I'm really impressed with this deal for their GX800 for £219. I'm thinking about getting it as a second body but it would make a great first camera for those looking at moving away from compacts or smartphones. You should have little issue selling the lens for £100 which puts the body at £120! By the time you've outgrown the limits of the camera and want to move to something more advanced, you can either sell it or keep it as a second body.


ordered, cheers. one less present to worry about


Good price for this camera 8) :D

Canon EOS M50 CSC - £699.99 @ Amazon (Plus Canon cashback of £140)
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Modern, hassle free shooting for superb results Compact, sleek and intuitive shooting experience Get closer to the action with a lightweight telephoto lens designed exclusivel… Read more

Sneaky, now they have put price up to £829!!!


Yeah, didn't specify properly. It's now edited thanks (y)


Worth calling out in your deal that this price includes an additional lens - kind of inferred it from the image but it's not clear. The camera on it's own is £599 less any cashback.


Double cashback is only until 3rd December.


Decent deal. Also at Curry's pc world

CANON EOS 4000D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 III & EF 75-300 mm f/4-5.6 III Lens, £349 at Currys
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Different lenses compared to Argos deal. Performance: creativity without the complexity 18 megapixels APS-C / 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor Built-in WiFi 2.7" / 68.5 mm LCD scre… Read more

Ah, but good for what type of photography? In very simple terms, the number in "mm" on the lens refers to the amount of wide angle or zoom the sensor records So a wide angle lens might range from 8mm - 25mm {Say if you were reshooting the "Last Supper" from 3 yards away} A medium Range lens say, 18mm - 70mm { Street photography / Portraits / General - hence very popular as a basic kit lens} A long Zoom lens 150mm-600mm {more suitable for subjects a long distance away Safaris/ Sports / Surveillance of dodgy deals} A lens with a lower f number is generally always more expensive than the same type having a higher f number as it uses better quality glass which lets in more light - smaller f number = faster lens= better quality images ie Canon 70-200mm f4 = £500, wheras a Canon 70-200 f2.8 = £1200 As other have said, the 75-300mm in this deal is not up to much, and for this kind of budget I'd probably go for the better 2000D with 18-55mm Image Stabilized {IS} lens which after Canons £100 cashback, comes to £291 >>


tamron 150-600 g2 or canon 70-200 f2.8 ii


These are 'old' lens. The updated ones have inbuilt image stabilization and stepper motion technology, identified as IS and STM. This provides silent and swift auto focusing and image stabilization for those with a 'shaky' hand. This deal is attractively priced, but it's aged technology. It's pitched at a festive market where prospective purchasers will be seduced by the quantity rather than the technical longevity and quality. The Canon EOS 200D would probably be a better entry level DSLR , if you are wedded to the brand. They are also being sold with the older lens, so consider only those marketed as being IS and STM. You can purchase the EF-S 55-250 mm F/4 - 5.6 IS STM lens separately for around £125. By the time you factor in a bag, lens filters, memory cards, print costs and software to manipulate your images, you will find that leap up from point and shoot to 'photography' is pricey with a steep and sometimes frustrating learning curve. For me the Canon EOS 4000D would not be a potential purchase I'd recommend.


imo this is worse value than the 50mm prime one as it costs more even though the relative 'values; of the 50mm and 75-300 are similar people usually recommend 55-250 over this lens as well


It's the focal length

Canon EOS 4000D + 18-55mm + 50mm Twin Lens Kit £329.99 @ Argos
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Great price for a DSLR with two lenses! The single lens version is currently retailing for £299, which makes the additional 50mm 1.8 lens only £30 (seems to be retailing for £119 a… Read more

toy camera? (skeptical)


This is the cheapest model of DSLR canon makes. It is all plastic to save cost and the sensor is about 5 years old. But as a first camera or toy camera, you could still have a lot of fun.


grey import though, no warranty etc


You can but it in here for 199.99 with 18-55 lens


the single lens version may be selling at 300 but that doesn't mean its a great price imo something like 250 and below id consider a 'deal' for the kit (has been 230) making the prime need to be about 80 as a deal to be good overall 80 is decent enough level so overall its a decent deal imo but not amazing

Canon EOS 200D DSLR Camera £399 (minus £100 cashback)
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
UPDATED 22 nov: now with £100 cashback until 3 December. Been following the price of this camera for a while as a replacement for my 100D. Cheapest I have ever seen it. Cracking … Read more
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Totally agree its probably the most useful lens for this camera.


Appreciate your reply and feedback


Bought a lens from one of those Hong Kong companies. When the lens started playing up cannon asked for the serial number and told me it was Singapore stock and I would have to contact Canon in Singapore. Also the company I bought it off were not interested. Said I had to ship it back to them. Last time I shipped a return item back to Hong Kong the company said it never arrived even though I paid the post office for international signed for. I won't buy any electronics from outside of the EU now.


Thanks for the heads up. How did you get burnt?


Having had my fingers burnt with grey imported products from Canon I would only recommend HDew cameras for grey imports. They provide a UK vat invoice which will give you protection

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