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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.
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Canon EF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 IS II USM - £337 @ Park Cameras
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Seems like a good deal. Currently out of stock (due 5th Jan) but available to order. Park Cameras are offering an £85 discount on the this lens, down from £422 to £337 with vouche… Read more
BigDaddyo56 m ago

Why are people downvoting this?Dah, cause its not a deal?!


Pretty sure £170 off anything is a deal.
kdb5507 m ago

Because it is cheaper most other places.


Where?
stevenfeeney5 h, 0 m ago

Why are people downvoting this?


Because it is cheaper most other places.
Why are people downvoting this?


Dah, cause its not a deal?!
nipstyler1 h, 57 m ago

If you have a cropped sensor camera I would advise the 55-250 stm lens …If you have a cropped sensor camera I would advise the 55-250 stm lens over this model. Cheaper and is sharper.


Thank you. I chose the lens you recommended. Great reviews and only £170. Seemed a better choice for my 550D.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 29th Dec 2017
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Canon 100-400mm II £1610.10 effectively £1395.10. after £215 cashback (and 10% off all Canon L lenses) at Park Cameras
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They are doing 10% off Canon L lenses until Monday and have good prices in the first place. But this lens is now my go to lens as it's so sharp (although not always useful as so te… Read more
Too big, too heavy .
Don't forget there is a Canon three year extended warranty on this lens. and it's FREE!

Canon three year warranty
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forgot to say Park Cameras are also offering a free SD card for the weekend any order over £300. It's a decent card - Sandisk 32GB Extreme Pro - they say it's worth about £30 but nearer £20 really. Still for free it's great and not something that Jessops/ Amazon are offering. Admittedly like you say it's not quite down to the price last month but not much difference and with the pound not looking much like it's going to get much stronger, you never know how much this is likely to go up in the future. Hopefully will come down of course! Although only so I can buy other lenses! Annoying when you see something you bought go down though isn't it!
robo9894 h, 40 m ago

Apart from being a good lens for genuine professionaks at televised …Apart from being a good lens for genuine professionaks at televised sporting events.......It's also a great indicator for the owner being a pretentious turd that happens to fancy themselves as a photographer.



feed the troll This is a cracking lens and at a good price. get a grey import cheaper but if out goes wrong pain and the butt to get fixed.
Don't need to look a professionaks hundreds of normal folk have then Just a iditic reply from one person
£1410 at Panamoz if you don't mind a grey import, never had an issue with them.
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?
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.
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Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM Lens - £124.99 @ Argos
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I spotted this at Argos. While it may have been cheaper historically with some of Canon's cashback deals, this is the cheapest I've seen it for over a year and it's a very highly r… Read more
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now even cheaper! £124.99
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nasirh17

Which is better this or Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM Lens :|?



​I would buy the f2.0 any day.
MrRee

The Camera matters MUCH less than the Lens attached to it ..... I would … The Camera matters MUCH less than the Lens attached to it ..... I would recommend looking at Canon Lenses from the 1980's as these tend to be better, with metal mounts and - in some cases - near L Glass quality ..... at a fraction of the cost.



​i think you have rose tinted glasses.

There is a single example of a metal mount lens that was replaced with a plastic mount version. Other than the mount and the lower price it performed the same. Even that has once again been superceded by another metal mount version that's got a much better focusing system. Progress is all positive in the Canon world. Even the EF-S lenses are now excellent lenses and very, very cheap.Not built to last but for the amateur light user they are completely adequate, and a third the price of the older lenses that they now outperform.

Totally with you on the L lenses though, they are excellent and get better with each new one that's designed.
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..
Sigma MC11 Canon EF to Sony E mount adapter £159 @ Jessops
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A great price for the MC11 adapter that allows you to use Canon lenses on Sony E-mount bodies (though focusing will be rubbish on A7, A7R, and A6000, probably also on A7S) but shou… Read more
Is there a list of compatible lenses that will work on my A5100. Since there is no in camera IS, I would be looking for IS lens.

Also hoping to use Amex offer which should in the end only cost £110.

pwel

​Can you give more details please? these Chinese stuff are a little hit a … ​Can you give more details please? these Chinese stuff are a little hit and miss..


Think Taiwan is very much hoping that's true.
Mrlossy

I purchased a Chinese import for £30 and it works flawlessly even af … I purchased a Chinese import for £30 and it works flawlessly even af works. Got it from eBay.



​Can you give more details please? these Chinese stuff are a little hit and miss..
I purchased a Chinese import for £30 and it works flawlessly even af works. Got it from eBay.
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Shatwell

I'd recommend the Metabones IV adapter.It may be more expensive (try … I'd recommend the Metabones IV adapter.It may be more expensive (try import retailers to get it cheaper), but the firmware is updatable.I've tried 2 cheaper adapters as a comparison to the Metabones and I've returned them both (when using A7R2).For flaring (which you can you can fix yourself) and because the tripod mounts weren't very good.


Firmware can be updated on the Sigma.

sigmaphoto.com/art…016

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Canon EF 24-70mm f/4 L IS USM Lens - £607.50 at Calumet with code CANON-L-10. Code for all L Series Lens!
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All the camera retailers seem to be doing this lens with 5% discount code at the moment but, when I was about to buy at Calumet, a helpbox popped up on my screen and informed me th… Read more
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Good deal thanks. I have wanted this lens for ages but couldn't justify the £££. This bought it close enough for me to order
Great lens, love mine. Macro facility is a great little extra. Lens gets a slightly better review than the 25-105 as well.
Bargain. Heat added.
Hdew is grey import, won't qualify for cashback.

It'll work out £447.5 excluding quidco. Absolutely bargain, heated added!
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Good price but Hdew don't seem to be on the cashback scheme so slightly cheaper with Calumet
Canon EF 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 DO IS USM Lens  £499.97  @ParkCameras
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This is the lowest price for Canon EF 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 DO IS USM Lens. You need to put the code to get this price CPB-CANON-70300 Free SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro SDHC 95MB/s Clas… Read more
I'll be honest. this lens is way overpriced. its only trick is that it is more compact than other lenses of its zoom range, but image quality is no better than the old 70-300 IS and that costs half as much and it's lighter too.
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
Now £780
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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 EF 24-20mm f/4.0 £669 from £1099 incl cashback - Park Cameras
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This is a great lens which I recently bought second hand for £600 so guess how I feel to see it at this price. With a 450D or above you will not bother with another lens. The price… Read more
Cold I'm afraid. - Purchase price from Park Cameras is £829 (-£160 cashback = £669)

Price elsewhere at Amazon, Currys or Jessops is £675 (-£160 cashback = £515).
smokingplunger

Much prefer my Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8 and under £300 when I bought it.



I really like Sigma, the 20mm wide angle lens is great, but the one you've mentioned is crop sensor only so no good if shooting full frame.
Much prefer my Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8 and under £300 when I bought it.
Hang on a moment, so AMazon are selling this for £666, and then you can aso claim £160 cashback from Canon so you are paying just over £500 for a real quality lens, that's a hot deal.
ElGofre

Grey import.



Worldwide warranty on L glass.
Canon Wide Angle APS-C 10-22mm Lens with USM. f/3.5-4.5 £375 Currys ( £332 with cashback)
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Canon's USM wide angle lens is £375 at Currys/John Lewis/PC world/Amazon at the minute but they are doing £45 cashback making the lens £332. Suitable for the APS-C sensor size. Gre… Read more
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ajay2606

hi, I am currently trying to decide between the two. I want to start … hi, I am currently trying to decide between the two. I want to start trying astro photography. Would you still say 10-18mm is better although the f/ is not as low as the 10-22mm? Thanks



​The addition of IS on the new model gives you 4 stops more. So will allow longer shutter speeds to compensate the aperture difference. The 10-22 doesn't have IS. Optically the newer lens is better and is sharper. For what you intend to do you should be using a tripod so the IS won't necessarily benefit you but the image quality will be more evident with the newer lens. It's the sharpest lens I own. The only plus I see for the older 10-22 and has already been mentioned is the metal mount. Unless you are a pro tog who's interchanging lens every day you won't have a problem with the plastic mount. The new lens is far lighter.
nipstyler

The new efs 10-18mm STM is a better lens. I've owned this older 10-22 and … The new efs 10-18mm STM is a better lens. I've owned this older 10-22 and updated to the new 10-18. 4 stop IS provides more versatility and allows longer exposures while hand holding the camera. The images taken on the newer model are also sharper and this is confirmed with many reviews of it. The 10-22 is really getting on these days. The only thing the 10-22 has over the 10-18 is build quality but this means it heavier and bulkier. The 10-18 can be had for 179.99 from John Lewis with and extra 20 quid back from canon making it a very reasonable 159.99... Half the price of the 10-22mm



hi, I am currently trying to decide between the two. I want to start trying astro photography. Would you still say 10-18mm is better although the f/ is not as low as the 10-22mm?

Thanks
10-18 STM is optically the better lens. However, the plastic mount puts some people off. I used one with an adaptor on my EOS M, until I bought the EF-M 11-22. It is a great lens, but so is the 11-22 EF-M, an ideal optic for the EOS M (now replaced with an M3). It all depends how much you use your camera. If you are changing lenses day in / day out, then maybe mount wear could be a concern. However, I would imagine that most folks using an EF-S lens would not be doing enough lens changes for it to be an issue.
The newer 10-18 STM has better reviews and covers 16-29 mm, seems like a no brainer, esp at half the cost.
Canon EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III Lens £84 fulfilled by amazon
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Cheapest I've seen. Normally £110+. Over £200 in Canon store. Eligible for Amazon Prime. New. Hope it's useful to someone. Focuses down to 1.5 m / 4.9 ft •Canon's micro-DC m… Read more
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& £65 BIN on eBay.
so I saw one of these secondhand at cash converters yesterday for 89.99
Good price but be aware that this is a Grey Import. Warranty for 30 days with Amazon, after 30 days with Shine Away.
Great lens - I paid £150 in Jessops over 8 years ago. Still using it on my Canon EOS300D.
Sliwka

At 70mm this lens is quite sharp, more then 100 mm is soft. I would buy … At 70mm this lens is quite sharp, more then 100 mm is soft. I would buy rather done third party lenses eitg this focal range.



​care to explain how you get 70mm from 75-300mm lens
Tamron SP AF17-50mm F/2.8 XR VC Di II for Canon @ Amazon £235.99  - Lowest ever price!
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This is an awesome lens with a low aperture (2.8) and vibration control built in (be wary of the cheaper non VC version). I bought one a few years ago for over £300 and have been … Read more

i guess you know that there is 249quid (almost everywhere) tamron … i guess you know that there is 249quid (almost everywhere) tamron 17-50/2.8 for sony?



I actually didn't, but I admit I don't look hard enough.

Nowt wrong with a sony a65. Use camerapricebuster for best new lens … Nowt wrong with a sony a65. Use camerapricebuster for best new lens prices - or try London Camera exchange or ebay for used.I would recommend the sony 16-50 2.8 which can be had on ebay for around £200. Wide angle, then sony 11-18. I have both. 11-18 shot here or 16-50 shot here



Nice one, buddy, I like the look of the 16-50!

Amazon normally stock a wide range of a-mount lenses..the 17-50 tamron … Amazon normally stock a wide range of a-mount lenses..the 17-50 tamron can be had for £130-170 used on ebay.I managed to get one with a faulty zoom lock for £80! The Sony 50mm f1.8 isnt bad for around £80 new.No zoom I know!Have a look at http://www.dyxum.com/index.asp. Lots of old minolta lenses .. Some good some not so.


Spot on dude, thank you. What I meant was Amazon don't put them on special offer, I've found loads on Amazon, but never on special offer, that I've seen anyway.

Even better price £212!


see #22
Even better price £212!
dws199

But surely that is only true if you have the camera mounted on a tripod … But surely that is only true if you have the camera mounted on a tripod or the camera body itself has VC? Otherwise any small movement could affect the sharpness of the picture?


as long as shutter speed is fast enough then you can do fine with no VC
VC is basically a movement made by the camera system to counter your own movements so i guess the less overall movement needs less shutter speed
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Original Poster

​Reassuring, as bought one of those a month back. Can't fault it and w … ​Reassuring, as bought one of those a month back. Can't fault it and wondered what the VC version was like.



But surely that is only true if you have the camera mounted on a tripod or the camera body itself has VC? Otherwise any small movement could affect the sharpness of the picture?
Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM Lens £197 after £40 cashback @ Amazon
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£197.00 after £40.00 cashback, Great lens for this price. Get £40 Cashback from Canon When You Buy This Product Purchase this product from March 17, 2016 up to and including May 1… Read more
EddieDufus

no the topic was really the Canon lens and one thread lead to the other. … no the topic was really the Canon lens and one thread lead to the other. But nothing gets by you not even names, do they? Hard to kill a habit isn't it? Hope you find something better to do, soon.


if you note the inverted commas i already acknowledge the topic of the thread wasn't the samyang 85mm
but that was the topic of the samyang splinter, the 85/1.4.. nothing in the slightest to do with 14mm
but please make more irrelevant comments at your earliest convenience
no the topic was really the Canon lens and one thread lead to the other. But nothing gets by you not even names, do they? Hard to kill a habit isn't it? Hope you find something better to do, soon.
EddieDufus

14mm or 85mm..doesn't make difference....the topic is the manual focus of … 14mm or 85mm..doesn't make difference....the topic is the manual focus of the samyang. Your turn.


erm no, the 'topic' was the 85mm/1.4 as an alternative to the canon 85mm/1.8 in the op
you made the mistake of reading 14mm rather than the 1.4 (1 point 4) aperture of the 85mm samyang lens
thread is nothing to do with wide angle in the slightest
and the focusing of a wide angle and a portrait lens manually are totally different as well adding another level of irrelevance to your comments anyway
how you can possibly argue differently i dont know but i do notice the irony in your name
brilly

yeah... the samyang 85mm.......... i did not have to look for the fault … yeah... the samyang 85mm.......... i did not have to look for the fault it threw itself at my feeteh? eh? say what now?



14mm or 85mm..doesn't make difference....the topic is the manual focus of the samyang. Your turn.
ttbaxxx

it is USM, ultrasonic motor definitely auto focus



I wasn't talking about this lens :).
Tamron SP AF 17-50mm F/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] Lens for Canon £208.50 fulfilled by Amazon (5 years warranty from Tamron)
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Was posted just over a month ago at £216.10, but the price went back up to £249 in-line with the Nikon / Pentax / Sony versions and I missed out... now it's even lower, and it went… Read more
Good lens, notably sharper than the VC version so a real bargain if you can live without the VC
Nice lens but iffy QC I got one and the auto focus was out by a fair bit and my camera doesn't have the ability to fine tune the auto focus. The shots I took with manual focus came out really well. Excellent price by the way
Personally, I'd go for the VC version. That's the one that I bought. I can hand hold (with a 550d) to about 1/16 of a sec with that.
Picked up a lightly used one for about £220
Thanks poster.
Nice lens. Fixed at 2.8 throughout the range. Good price. Heated.
Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM Lens £574.20 @ Jessops with 10% off code
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Cheapest price for a genuine lens is currently £638.00 from a number of places, including Jessops, according to: http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/Canon/Canon-EF-lenses/Canon-EF-2… Read more
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Still overpriced, even if you pay duties and vat for importing it will be cheaper. Only benefit is warranty if its needed. Or buy from panamoz , portus digital or hdew - all have their own warranties in the UK
£557 on Amazon
chrisst170

Yeah, I'm also watching a few barely used on ebay... I'm hoping the … Yeah, I'm also watching a few barely used on ebay... I'm hoping the auctions go cheap over the next few days with people overcooking it on black Friday! :-DIs eglobalcentra UK stock?


Contact eBay seller (individual) and you are Happy to pay via PayPal straight. Avoiding eBay charges which is 10%
chrisst170

Yeah, I'm also watching a few barely used on ebay... I'm hoping the … Yeah, I'm also watching a few barely used on ebay... I'm hoping the auctions go cheap over the next few days with people overcooking it on black Friday! :-DIs eglobalcentra UK stock?


Not sure but they don't charge you more.
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