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Canon Eos M100 Camera Body, Mirrorless DLSR, 24.2 MP £289 @ Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Was looking for an ultra portable mirrorless camera with good specs, £60 cheaper than anywhere else.

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Same price at Wex + Quidco


The a6000 is unbeatable if you get it at the right price


Tell me what a Sony a9 can’t do then that a dslr can?!


Then you need to learn before commenting because I guarantee you in 10 years time Nikon and canon will finally have caught up with the times and also gone mirrorless in full

Casio Edifice Sapphire crystal Men's Watch EFB-550D, £99 from amazon
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Also from Watches2u, but amazon seems the better choice. Neo-display Date display Stopwatch function - 10 min. Sapphire crystal Solid stainless steel case

Wish I had bought this instead of my Tag. Been returned 5 times for different faults. Twice for water ingress alone. Good deal


I've ordered it, so we shall see :)


£129 now :(


Free returns with amazon, still at 45mm diameter isn't too big 8)


Would this watch be too big for a 6.7 inch wrist?

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR with 18-55mm & 50mm Lens £329 @ Jessops
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Jessops:A few 1300D deals being posted this weekend. This seems to be the cheapest with two lenses for only £329. The 50mm 1.8 is a fantastic portrait lens too. Works out only £30 … Read more

The 75-300 is a very average lens, without IS it will be usable only in bright light conditions. The 50mm/1.8 and 10-18mm are good image quality lenses and IMO more useful and helpful for a starter to develop his skills. Shame that have to pay on the Argos deal for the useless dock station.


Thanks JimmyLo & Bendown. Think I will go for the Curries option since it should give me the best of both worlds with near and far lenses, dont need the share station as will connect via wifi Cheersn 8)


The 50mm fixed lens should give you better quality images as there is less glass between the sensor and the image than the 18-55 lens at 50. The 50mm is also a faster lens so better in low light conditions and better at separating the foreground by blurring the background, useful for portraits and cinematic videos.


But you get the 50mm at f1.8 rather than approx f5.6 on the 18-55mm kit lens which will make a massive difference to the photos you take


But surely you have 50mm with the 18-55 zoom?

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Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera With 18-55mm & 10-18mm Lens (plus Canon 1TB Share Station) £429.99 @ Argos
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Seems like a good deal as the extra 10-18mm IS lens included seems to sell for around £200 on its own. The Canon 1TB Share Station CS100 has mixed reviews but does give you 1TB of … Read more
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Would this be ideal for someone just starting out, not sure if photography is for them, just wanting to get their feet wet? From some of these comments selling the station & 10-18mm lens would make it around £200, could perhaps then get a cheaper lens to play around with as well as the other one that comes with it, 18-55mm


Check for best camera prises in Delivery fast, no duty and customer service ok . My self i saved at least £500 in last two years. as i like new technologies and i change my camera twice already . If any one know cheaper place than eglobal pls write in a coments . Thank u


(embarrassed) I haven't played around with those settings. Lol. I was going to swap lenses on the d600 too. But as you say if i do learn the stops I can do it all with one lens. I hear some people just use the 35mm or the 85mm lens on their Nikon cameras


Yes. I put dial on P. Worked for me most of the time. Always required me to put the flash on though to stop pics being blurry. On the Nikon d600 I can take pics without the flash and still get great results. I have the 50mm 1.8 now but ordered the 1.4 so I can use use in even lower light condition and still get great results


Thanks ElGofre. That information is very useful

Canon EOS 200D Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens Digital SLR Cameras - Black £399.95 @ Eglobal central
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Best deal I've seen for this camera. Better than you can get them for when buying second hand. However, it's from eGlobal. Use discount code APRFOOL for 4.1% off today. You can u… Read more

The deal won’t become super hot and for the casual observer here I just want to reiterate that the reason is the seller. The price and spec is very good. If you’re worried about the seller but this is your budget then occasionally you can pick one up at this price from eBay and if you want brand new then likewise eBay has some deals around the £485 price. Pay with PayPal, if it doesn’t arrive you’re protected by their buyer protection. If you’re desperately in need of one and this is what you want that’s highly unusual and you’re probably already prepared to stretch your budget for a higher priced and more reputable seller elsewhere. If you’re looking for this and a nifty fifty and you want a reputable seller then beware the curry’s one on a deal at the minute for £579 or so is the mark three lens which is actually not as good as the mark two IS lens, IS being image stabilisation which is useful for macro shots where hand movements can mess up a perfect shot.


grey import, poorly rated seller buyer beware


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Thinking of the 1300D deal purely because it includes the 35-70 lens? Just get one from eBay and expect to pay 35-50 quid or so. This one with half hour left is £30 just now. If you want it, buy it, if you want to know the price they go for well from a half hour on you can click it and see what the auction ended at.

Canon EOS 1300D with 18-55mm and 75-300mm lens - £349.99 @ Currys
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Was looking for a entry level DSLR camera and have seen this, seems like a good deal after having a look around as includes the 75-300mm lense
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You missed out the part where an SLR can't even do video autofocusing properly. At least an iPhone can do that. This Canon can't. You need a special lens which you have to buy separately for this canon to do silent video autofocusing and I'm not even sure buying that lens is enough for this canon to accomplish that task properly. The bulk is also a major problem. Go for mirrorless instead. Same quality but less bulk and can do video autofocus properly.


I did think the question a troll comment too, there's not much trust to be had on the internet nowadays, that said it's actually not a bad question as it gives a chance to explain what SLR is all about, especially to those who enjoy photography on their phone and want to step it up. As well as those things mentioned, like sensor size differences, another massive difference is the ability to change lens. It's not uncommon to buy a lens which costs more than the camera itself; put a bad lens on an awesome camera, you'll get a bad photo. That piece of glass is vital, the camera is fed by light so it's only as good as the thing that catches the light for it. With an SLR you can buy a lens that is perfectly designed for a certain function, be it landscape shots, portrait, or macro close up shots. Not something an iPhone could ever offer. Control. SLRs are designed around control of the light that enters the camera, it's through this control that people are able to take amazing night photos of the stars, or those beautiful portrait shots. Shutter speed, aperture and ISO are the three main players, they all alter how light behaves when it enters the camera and hits that sensor. Those who buy an SLR and leave it in Auto have really bought the wrong kit. Don't get me wrong, they'll still see an improvement in the quality of the photo, but not enough to justify the cost and switch, in my opinion, a real waste of a great tool. You must put a little effort in to learn how to use said tool, that dial with A, S, M etc. on it is there for a reason. Snobbery. If you're a good photographer, an IPhone X and other cam phones like it, can still take a great picture. Composition, timing and other factors can still result in some cracking shots that will stand the test of time, some SLR snobs might argue otherwise. However, the exact same shot in the hands of someone who knows how to use an SLR will look that much more awesome. Combine the large sensor, with the changeable lens and the control you get on SLRs, you should start to see what's different about them and an iPhone X.


Purchased one. Box wasn't factory sealed. Looked a decent basic camera for the price.


I wasn’t trying to compare them, just commenting on others who were. I have a mix of mainly STM and USM lenses for my Canon, never had an issue with lens noise when refocusing but I know the standard lenses have this issues from people I work with. The STM nifty fifty can’t be heard on mine when I do video and that’s the nearest equivalent spec of the Sony which is twice the price.


They are not really equivalent as the Sony kit lenses on their mirrorless cameras are silent during autofocusing. This is especially important for video. These cheap Canon lenses probably aren't silent in use so are useless for video autofocus. How much more do you have to pay for silent autofocus lenses on the Canon? I'm not sure this canon can even do decent video autofocusing even with the more expensive silent lenses attached.

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Canon EOS M6 with EF-M 15-45mm kit, Amazon Germany for £536.77
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Amazon Germany has a discount on the Canon EOS M6 with EF-M 15-45mm kit Also have a 70euro off voucher (just tick the box) Would have a euro power plug, but would think you can cha… Read more

If it's bulky, it's not for me, prefer something that can fit in a jacket pocket, like the m6. I also got an a7ii that don't use much, because of the bigger size. If you decide to stay in the system, I strongly suggest to get the 22mm and 11-22mm, I don't think there is anything similar quality/size/price wise in the other systems. Together with a cheap and cheerful 50stm with adapter, you are covered for most situations.


It just feels really bulky and cheap compared to other mirrorless cameras to be honest. I've tried a few and was hoping this was going to be the one, but sadly not. The camera itself is very quick between the menus etc ( I have the g1x mark iii and it's the same). I'd suggest going and trying it out in Jessops though if you already have the others as you might like it. Still i have 30 days to return so might grow on me.


Is it feels cheap/plasticky? Or there is an issue with the controls/menus/operation? I've got the m1/m2/m3, all very good built quality/touch screen imo, but very sluggish in operation, always missing the right moment.


What do you mean? In the way it feels?


What's is the issue(s)?

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with EF-S18-55 DC III F3.5-5.6 Lens - Black £258 with voucher @ Amazon
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
This was posted a month or so ago but the base price has dropped even further so the £30 voucher drops the price to only £258! Voucher runs out on the 20th so not much time left! … Read more

Many thanks!


Apologies for the delay - Click the promotion message box under the price and it should let you redeem the £30 voucher. I believe the base price has gone back up by a few quid so it will now be £262 with the voucher.


Showing £292.. What is the code please?


yep - noone was able to take photos before fast burst rate


If that's all they need it for then save money and use their phone! These are great for people wanting to get into photography. At that price, if it's not for them then flog it second hand and there's little harm done. But if it's your thing then improve your skills, maybe get a different lens and then look at a better body when you've outgrown this one.

Canon EOS 750D + 18-55mm STM Lens - £479 @ Amazon
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Price drop makes this the cheapest in the UK at the moment according to Camera Price Buster.

Yup. I posted it ages ago but some numptys voted it cold. Expired


It’s an execellent camera for someone who has never owened a DSLR camera before :)


Price is £523.97 with the 18-55mm lens when I click the link?? Gone up already? :(


Good price for camera without having to mess about with Canon cashback etc. Only 20quid more than I paid just over a year ago

Canon EOS M3 with 15-45mm & 22mm Lenses OR 55-200mm Lenses - £439.61 @ One Stop Digital
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Canon EOS M3 with 15-45mm & 22mm Lenses OR 55-200mm Lenses available in white or black. (This is price for Body + 2 lenses) Company is from HK but very good and definitely leg… Read more
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purchased from them before...also get a further 5.99 with their voucher + quidco cashback better deal for those that only want 1 lens !!


Not only a scam website but also a single lense - no thanks



Don't forget PayPal offer money back on return shipping costs. I think you get 12 in a year and it's something like upto the value of £15.


That is a good price, get this on John Lewis price match and you're good, except... This is for Body and 2 lenses: 15-45 and Prime 22mm or Kit 55-200mm (which for extra £40 you get lens worth £200+) Depends do you want international camera.

Canon EOS 750D Kit with 18-55mm IS STM Digital SLR Camera £388.99 @ Toby deals
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
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 (fierce)


Love my 750d, would highly recommend. I bought with the 18-135mm though.


Not covered by Canon UK warranty. Toby have their own 12 month warranty, but I would not chance it, trustpilot 1 star reviews


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.

Canon eos m5 with EF-M 18-150 mm £609.94 @ Amazon - Temporarily out of stock
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
This appears to be a great deal sold directly by Amazon, however there are a couple of things to note: 1. The images do not show a lens, but the title says it is included. 2. it s… Read more
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Get it?


Result!! :-). Mine shipped yesterday so awaiting delivery any day.


This morning I received a Canon M5 with 18 - 150mm lens brand new in the box from Amazon ! I made sure before I ordered it in a chat direct with Amazon they would supply the correct camera, and they have, so I'm one happy bunny!


I've expired it due to the above issues


Just reading the reviews on the Italian and French sites, seems to be the same issue (supplied with M6 body as per image) rather than the M5 kit (as per title). It may be worth a chance if you can haggle a M5 out of it with customer services, although seems unlikely!

Canon EOS 200D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III & EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lenses £599.95 (£549 after Cashback) @ John Lewis
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Without copying and pasting the entire page this is a pretty good deal for a compact DSLR camera which is only £549 after cashback. You need to be quick with the cashback though a… Read more
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Both are the non IS lenses. The 18-55 is not as good optically as the 18-55 IS and the 75-300 is nowhere near as good as the 55-250 IS or STM. Get the 200D with the 18-55 STM from Mifsuds for £529 and get the 55-250 STM from Amazon for £150ish.


Yes, neither has OIS (optical image stabilisation). This is particularly a problem for 75-300, as the zoom needs to be stabilised unless used on a tripod. Small saving over newer STM lenses is just not worth it. Voted cold.


After a bit more reading, I agree with #bentrewern and #JmeBud, lenses are just ok. A decent lens would be the Canon EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS STM Good camera basic lenses :|


both lenses?


Yeah agreed, great camera but not the right lens. You're better off getting the STM kit lens bundle which is about £530 before cashback. And then out the rest of the money towards a better telephoto lens.

Canon EOS 1300D with 18-55mm lens AND 75-300mm Lens *PRICE INCLUDES CANON CASHBACK* @ Currys - £358
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Please note price is £378 and you claim £20 back from Canon Top features: - Instantly share images with WiFi connectivity - Capture with ease thanks to simple functionality - … Read more
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Yeah, you did and I should have listened! (shock) But with being a DSLR noob, I figured the lens with the IS would trump the non-IS lens affair. Maybe if I had Parkinsons? I suppose I could send it back but as I got it for £294, it does still seems like a good deal (it's back up to £379 ATM). Besides, the Canon is around £80 (albeit with two lenses) and it's down to the numbers in all honesty and I will just have to live with transferring to PC via SD card. Any suggestions for an external flash? Seems they are universal, but it that correct?


I tried to tell you mate but the Nikon fan boys turned your head lol


Well, I wish I'd gone the Canon route after all as apart from there being only one lens with the Nikon, it does not have WiFi transfer, but instead has an inferior and very slow Bluetooth transfer which only lets you transfer to 'Smart Devices". No wireless transfer to PC/Laptop like my old Canon SX510HS which can do it with ease and that low-end camera is a few years old now. I actually expected WiFi transfer as a minimum and would have thought in this day and age that a camera such as Nikon would come with WiFi transfer as standard (even if it is an entry level model).


Nikon, Hasselblad and Nikon/Kodak hybrids were the only cameras NASA took into space. Nikon's covered more wars, conflicts and major world events than any other camera in the 20th century, and they did't abandon their mount, virtually every Nikkor lens made since 1958 will still fit a Nikon body today. Canon is like the rather brash younger brother to the older more serious sibling. Nikon easily wins for badge snobbery IMHO.


Good deal......but Nikon is better ;) xx

Canon EF-S 55-250 mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens £147.88 @ Amazon
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
cheapest Canon 55-250 STM lens on the market I could find

Hmmm, but I won't buy from a 3rd party seller.


keep checking, the price is changing on daily basis


This thread got voted down so I've only just found it. It's exactly the lens I want - can't believe I missed this deal... :( This lens is twice as much everywhere else...


Just buying my first SLR a Canon 77D would this lens be ok I'm looking to take photos of birds and wildlife in the garden and places around me.


sure like that except worse really - though not sure why you are saying that as i am not one of them

Canon EOS 5D MK IV Digital SLR Camera, 4K Ultra HD, 30.4MP, Wi-Fi, NFC, 3.2" LCD Screen, Body Only £2179 portus digital
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Seems a good price from somewhere with good reviews and 3 year UK warentee. Over 1k cheaper than John Lewis.
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Thank you for your time :)


Not me personally no, but I'd stick with companies with good rep, HDEW, Portus, E-Infinty, Panamoz


Would you not be concerned with warranty issues that come with an import camera?


Yes, imported All items are checked by our professional team of technicians We only use approved repair centers for all warranty repairs.In the event of any problem or issues within your warranty terms please contact us we can arrange to return your item, and repair or exchange and return the item to you.


Do you reckon this one is grey?

Canon EOS M6 15-45mm £499.99  and possibly £399.99 After £50 Discount Code & £50 Cashback @ Argos
Found 21st Dec 2017Found 21st Dec 2017
£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

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 :(


posted at 50quid more but thanks for playing


Already posted.


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 :)

CANON EOS 200D DSLR Camera with 18-55 mm f/3.5-f/5.6 DC & 50 mm f/1.8 STM Lens £569 + £50 cashback@Currys
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Was £799 now £569.+ Claim &50 from Canon winter cashback Another Canon deal! Sorry I had to post it. The cheapest 50mm f1.8 STM is a great lens for portraits and low light sh… Read more

If you are videoing I'd go for the STM with IS. STM for quiet and fast focusing while recording and IS...well...for the IS...unless you are going to be exclusively using a tripod...should make a world of difference to your recordings. The IS is useful for stills too as the lens itself isn't very fast (read longer shutter times and hence potential for blur...nothing to do with focus said you were still learning) The 50mm f1.8 is amazing value for will allow you to be much more creative in your stills photography (and presumably video if you don't need to zoom) in terms of background blur...and, at higher f-stops, sharpness. This is regarded as the no-brainer lens...I got an earlier version and loved it. Disclaimer: I'm no expert...someone else chime in please if I'm wrong here.


Thanks for advice but lens a bit OTT for me as newbie. I have no doubt in its capability (after reading reviews) but starting out and learning the ropes I think I'd rather stick to the basic lenses for now. Cheers for your input tho, much appreciated.


If you think about video I would go for cheapest camera Canon 650D and Zhiyun-Tech Crane. If just photography and video occasionally go for body only and Sigma OS 17-50mm f2.8.


I literally just read that there on a review site about the image stabilisation. That coupled with the quieter zooming, would that be a worthwhile investment or do I stick with the Currys offer? Excuse my ignorance but I'm just learning and don't want to buying something that might be noisy in recordings.


IS STM is stabilised as well, the III isn't so the stm is better but id not pay 87quid to stabilise a basic kit lens

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