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This is a golden age for amateur photographers. Thanks to the development of compact, reliable, high-quality digital cameras, photography fans can indulge their passion to their heart’s content and capture better images than ever before. A camera at the best price can be found on this HotUKDeals listing, so let´s take a look what digital cameras are all about. Read more
Fujifilm X-T3 Mirrorless Digital Camera £899 @ Amazon
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Decent price drop body only in black Back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, boasting a resolution of 26.1MP 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF with a high magnification rat… Read more

£200 cashback started today


Personally I prefer the X-T20, which I owned for a while and that 18-55 lens is excellent, definitely prefer it over the canon kit lens (which I had with a canon 80D).




If you plan to add more lenses in the near future though, the Canon lenses are normally way cheaper than their Fuji counterparts. The Fuji lenses might have better image quality, but the system as a whole lack budget options for some focal lengths.


If you don’t have any plan of adding any more lenses, either of them should be fine. It is really hard to find a bad camera nowadays really. Again, if you don’t have any plan of adding more lenses, I think X-T20 might have some advantages over the 750D, because the kit lens is better, and X-T20 has better and more tactile controls for learners. The jpegs from X-T20 might be more pleasing than those from Canon too for beginners don’t want to get too deep into post-processing yet. Some gotchas though, to get the absolutely best sharpening results from the Fuji X-Trans bodies like X-T20, Capture One or Iridient is recommended rather than Lightroom, but probably not something you should worry about yet. I have also found X-T20 got some relatively high failure rate of internal battery failure which cost a couple of hundred quid to fix. I might be paranoid, but it might be worth of having a warranty in place or sell it when the warranty runs out.

Sony A7R III Digital Camera Body £1999 with £200 off with code and £300 cashback + £129 worth Capture One PRO FREE at WEX
Posted 27th JunPosted 27th Jun
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Brilliant thanks for the info :|


This is a terrible price if you know where to look. I have the A7iii and kinda regret not going for the Riii.


I'd wait for the A7 IV announcement personally. (Currently use A7 III)


The a7iii is current generation so it’s less likely to see such a heavy discount from a very reputable retailer.


Any similar deals on the A7 iii?

Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III Digital Camera with Grip and Case £379 delivered from Jessops
Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III Digital Camera with Grip and Case. Use code SONYDISCOUNT to get it for this price. Free delivery as it's over £50. The blurb The Sony RX100 III is … Read more


You get a Free 2 year Sony warranty from Jessops - (includes Sony 1 Year Extended Service Warranty) added to your basket.


How can you go about requesting such a price match?


Also, you could ask John Lewis to pricematch this deal and with John Lewis you get two years' warranty instead of one.


Obviously not you so jog on :{

PANASONIC Lumix DC-G90 Mirrorless Camera - Body Only £499 delivered at Currys PC World
Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
High-resolution sensor Panasonic have packed a high end 20-megapixel MOS sensor into the Lumix DC-G90 Mirrorless Camera . The result? Crisp and clear images, even in low light. … Read more

That G100 seems to have very little going for it, poor AF, heavy crop in 4k, no IBIS, a 10 min record limit and expensive. Bad day for M4/3's generally with Olympus being sold off too.


... on second thoughts, the G100/110 seems to be in addition to the G90, not a replacement. Video reviews here and here.


The successor (the G110) has now been announced and the initial reviews are in. I haven't seen any UK prices but the US pre-order price with a 12-32mm lens is $750 (about £600).


DPReview has a good review of this camera at (y)


Great price, heat. The recent price drop might have something to do with is:

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Panasonic Lumix DC-G90HEB-K system camera with 14-140mm Power OIS Lens - £699.99 at John Lewis & Partners
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Panasonic Lumix DC-G90HEB-K Compact System Camera (Black) with 20.3MP sensor and 5-axis in-body stabilisation + 14-140mm Lens also with stabilisation. The package costs £999 elsew… Read more

... on second thoughts, the G100/110 seems to be in addition to the G90, not a replacement. Video reviews here and here.


The successor to the G90 (the G110) has been announced and the initial reviews are in. I haven't seen any UK prices but the US pre-order price with a 12-32mm lens is $750 (about £600).


They are also selling the body-only for the same price! If you wanted to buy the 14-140mm lens separately, the best new price seems to be £619!


I see that a G100 is in the offing.


Currys also

Sony Cyber-SHOT DSC-RX10iii (Eligible for £200 cashback) - £829.38 @ Amazon
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I posted a deal around the 10th, now the price has gone down again by 4%. Exmor RS 20.2 million pixels 1' CMOS sensor High-performance x25 zoom Huge focal range from 24… Read more

Comments about the price drop from earlier...any reason in particular for the drop or is such a price drop standard these days?


Bugger..... will expire deal. It will go down again in a week's time hopefully.


Price gone up to £999.16 already :(


I had the RX10 before this and I liked the RX10, only got rid because of short zoom range. Got this one now, and happy with it. I don't have to walk around with the 600mm sigma lens and dslr.


I have the RX10mk4 and it's an amazing camera. Picture quality and zoom range are incredible, and it's pretty usable - Sony have improved their camera UX quite a lot over the years. It's not small, but for the quality and zoom range it's the best balance of size-quality you'll find I think. The mk4 has much faster autofocus I believe, otherwise they are pretty similar.

Mansso Kids Camera, Dual Lens Kids Digital Camera,1080P - £18.69 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime Sold by Zoyun and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
♥【12.0 MP HD Digital Camera for Kids】: The kids digital camera has front and rear cameras and can shot up to 12MP photo and 1080P video. Selfie supporting, als… Read more
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Great price for a kids camera. 12mp and 1080p recording too? Very nice.


Great little camera for kids, my 2 year old loves hers. (y) Only annoying thing is the button to take a photo is on the front of the camera next to the screen, instead of on the top like a normal camera, so it's a bit awkward to press when she's holding it.

New Panasonic DC-FZ82EB-K Lumix Digital Bridge Camera 18.1MP 60x Zoom, brand new - £224.99 delivered with code @ Panasonic / eBay
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Long time user, first time poster (y) This is available via the panasonic outlet on ebay for £249.99 but currently has an extra £25 off as part of the ebay promotion. I've been lo… Read more

Seems to be expired now, but looks a great first deal @mixmanuk - thanks for posting :)

BOYA BY-M1DM Dual Lavalier Microphones for Camera,DSLR,iPhone,Android,PC,Laptop £22 @ Amazon
Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Single is £14.99 for another £7 you get the Dual version Boya BY-M1DM Dual Omni-directional Lavalier Mic The BOYA BY-M1DM is a Dual Lavalier Universal Microphone,… Read more

Nice, thanks


someone sort the OP out, ive never scrolled so much in my life!


I had the same problem. I use two separate now so I have better control over each speaker. Bit more work syncing everything together but worth it in my opinion


Just a heads up, I have this and it's great for both smart phone and DSLR, however both mic's are always 'live' so if the non speaking person breathes, or moves etc it gets picked up


I believe so

CANON EOS 4000D DSLR Camera with Two Lens Kit (EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 III + EF 75-300 mm f/4-5.6), £341.10 at Currys/ebay with code
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Great bundle on offer here. Specification MPN: 3011C011 Movie exposure modes: Movie Mode Photo effects: Auto, Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful, Monochrome, Use… Read more

I think the 2000D is similar enough in price with notable improvements over this, though as a bundle with the extra lens it’s still good value.


Thanks Mr Wonka. Glad you could help :


Or a Hasselblad H6D-400c?


Would anyone pick this over canon m6 mark ii?


Also plastic lens mount, no dioptre adjustment for glasses wearers, sensor designed in 2010 and a lamentable 230,000 dots screen. Cheap but not cheerful.

Panasonic LUMIX G90 Compact System Mirrorless Camera with 12-60 mm Lens - £599.99 @ Amazon
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Features a 20-megapixel MOS Sensor without low-pass filter. The combination of a high performance Venus engine and removal of the low-pass filter improves resolution and minimises … Read more

Both are good lenses. I only use Panasonic m4/3 lenses so don't know how they compare to the Olympus ones. The beauty of m4/3 is that you can easily adapt older manual lenses with cheap adapters and have a range of focal lengths for very little outlay (as long as you are able to manual focus, manual expose).


Hi. I plumped for the 14-140mm lens version to use as a travel lens. However the verison with the 12-60mm is still available. Apart from the price and extra reach does the 12-60 have generally better/shaper pictures? If so I think can still cancel and go for that version instead. Thanks Edit: Just realised you were referring to the Olympus one. Is that as good/better than the 14-140mm Panasonic or 12-60mm (ie. is it worth getting body only and then the lens seperately?


Check John Lewis


Shame it’s no longer available at this price


Yes, it's a great lens for the price. I have 2 of them. I would have went for the Zeiss 12-60 but for the fact that it's not a constant aperture throughout the zoom range, so therefore not much better than the kit lens (but about 3 times the cost).

Panasonic LUMIX DC-G90EB-K Compact System Mirrorless Camera - Body Only, £499.99 at John Lewis and Partners
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Great camera on offer here, might suit someone. SPECIFICATIONS 20.3 Megapixels Live MOS Sensor 4K Video V-LogL 5-Axis Dual I.S. 2 Image Stabilization Type Focal-plane shut… Read more

I bought into the G85 ecosystem, I am currently looking for a new camera. Why? I love the Lumix range but for my own needs, it is becoming a pain to use. I just need wired tethering for my product/stock photography. Something the G85/G90 does not support. Wish I had known prior to investing in the system but you live and learn. Anyone have any solutions for wired tethering for the G80? No, wireless is not an option and truly sucks! Thanks in advance


Check out this Photography site: Lots of info, camera reviews, buying guides, forums where you can ask for advice, etc.


£550 was a good price. What is better about the 2nd copy of the 18-135; sharper images?


It looks like there might be some QC issues or something going on (18-135). Some people say they are ok, where most say its disgracefully bad. Re quality ill stick my ticket in the MFT hat. Im not saying its 'better' than Fuji but in many cases its an equal. Also, in my testing most MFT lens's are sharper than the Fuji ones. And thats with a fair resolution deficit (comparing 26mp to 20mp) Also, as an example I used the 18-135 on an x-t2 and the 35-100 f2.8 on a Gx-9 back to back for a day. The result was - the 18-135 went straight on the bay and i bought a G9 Theses panny 'small' sensor cameras arent to be underestimated.


I bought the 18-135 with a T1 kit for £550 from Fuji. Sold T1 for £200. This was my second copy of 18-135 and much better than the first. Had the 35 f2 and although stunning, it was under used so I sold it.

Sony Alpha 6600 APS-C Mirrorless Camera Body £1,014 @ John Lewis and Amazon (+ Sony £150 cashback)
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Lowest ever price for this A6600, Sony's newest APS-C camera. Sony £150 Cash back would bring this down to just £864, lower than the A6400. Question mark as to Amazon's eligibility… Read more

If anyone changed mind after ordering?


Hell. Last time I looked at camera bodies was to buy my 600D. USB C??? 4K@60fps . Things have really moved on.


Looks like we are on pretty much the same route :D I have been using Sony/Canon. I am quite happy with the IQ from Sony FF bodies and lenses, but they are not the most convenient thing to travel and hike with. So I have been keeping some Sony APS-C setup. However I have been bored by their APS-C lens line-up. I think I will give the A6600 away to be used as a family camera. I have recently got a X-T30 and a bunch of primes. I think for the size and price, they are brilliant. The 16mm/1.4 is something special, I really like how close it can focus and create a special perspective. I don't think they can compete with Canon or Sony or even Nikon as productivity tools, but they are fun to use. I was looking at the Fujifilm 16-80/4 earlier as well, but for the price, I can't really justify, because exactly the same as you, I have a Zeiss 16-70/4 I am quite happy with. If I need the versatility, I just plug it on my A7Rx bodies and use it in crop mode.


I am using only 16-70m Zeiss with my 6500, just for portability, I have a good copy of Zeiss Lens after trying number of it, I love portability, I recently got fujifilm xt-3 with 16-80m lens similar price as I said before usb c and 4k@60 is there already. It still larger kit than 6500 but overall quality is better than Sony, is it worth it to have little bit bigger camera to get little bit better photos? Probably not. But video @60 makes a lot of more diferrence, i will sell 6500, keep 16-70 lens and will wait for 670o or whatever is going to be called and in meantime will discover fuji world


Got you. If that's the case, I don't see much difference even between A6600 and A6000 TBH - a lot of native Sony APS-C lenses have OSS anyway, and most of them are not weather sealed.

Sony A7R II Digital Camera Body £1,199 at Wex Photo Video
Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
Also save £120 when buying Capture One PRO with this. £179 instead of £299. Тhе Ѕоnу Аlрhа А7R Маrk ІІ Dіgіtаl Саmеrа Воdу іѕ thе wоrld’ѕ fіrѕt саmеrа tо fеаturе а Васk-Іllumіnа… Read more

great price


It's a great full frame camera. Coming from canon 70d, it is a big step up for me. I got the tamron 28-75mm as well, but haven't shot much with it yet. It produced some great photos with the samyang 85mm f1.4, samyang 35mm F2.8 and zeiss 55mm f1. 8.


What are your thoughts in it? I've a tamron 28-75mm lens that would suit it nicely


Yes. Got it on gumtree locally. It was advertised for £1450, but I was able to negotiate 1200. Think I got lucky there.


You got a good price there.

Sony Cyber-SHOT DSC-RX10iii - £863.21 @ Amazon for £863.21 (Qualifies for £200 cashback)
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There's an ongoing promotion from Sony, so the price will effectively be £663. It was £951 yesterday and dropped to £896, then dropped in the last 10 minutes to £863. Please buy d… Read more

Those who missed out, the camera has gone down again, with a lovely price


Checked mine, it says new.


Amazon Warehouse invoices don’t state that they aren’t new so it’s not an issue.


This one explicitly excludes used etc. Has to be new from authorised reseller.


Bought a used good one but decided to cancel it as the return window would have been closed before they accepted / declined the cashback

Panasonic LUMIX DC-GX9TEB-K G Series Compact System Camera - 25 mm, 12-32 mm and 35-100 mm Lenses Triple Kit at Amazon £665.80
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Seems like a great deal for this camera and 3 lenses. This kit has appeared a few times on HUKD but never at this price.

I have lumix g7. Takes very good 4k video and photos.


Thanks so much everyone, I'm keeping a copy of all the advice. There are just so many options and despite trying to read up there's a whole lot of complicating factors. So it's good to hear from people with real experience before spending such a chunk of money!


The GX9 has the advantage of far superior IBIS to any APSC. So for video it gets a big win there. Plus the lens's are smaller making it easier to use. Talking Lens's, MFT has a far wider range than sony. For a baby you dont need loads of lens's. (but you still need to plan for them) Using the GX9 as an example id first off go with a prime like the 25mm F1.7. On the IBIS itll do video and means low light is much less of an issue. This is really important as it means you can avoid using a flash. Talking flash, get a proper one - you can bounce it off the roof or walls to save hurting your babies eyes when you do need to use one! When they start to become more mobile youll need to establish which lens's you need. Youll need to get into zooms with wide apertures (e.g the 35-100 above is only any good in mid summer sun or on sunny holidays) I also found i often need more reach than you think. So while say a 12-60 is nice and versatile, your kid doesnt have to run far to be liitle more than an item in the scenery. Finding the right lens for your use can be really tricky. Ive spent quite a lot finding what I need. And in the end ended up with 2 systems with a fair bit of overlap. When talking gx9, a6400, x-t30 think about the handling. They are nice small cameras and offer most of what there bigger brothers do, but are awkward to hold with most half decent zoom lens's. For video length i always edit the rubbish out of my videos afterwards anyway so find stiching them together isnt an issue. So personally i wouldnt compromise a cameras spec around recording length. Same with batteries, people stress about them - but i just carry a spare...???


This video might be useful for you, as either of these two cameras would be ideal for your use scenario. Personally would go for the Sony as it has unlimited video recording, wider range of affordable lenses available, front facing screen and AF that is the best in the business.


I'd recommend the Sony a6xxx series Good size, changeable lenses, excellent for video / cinematography. I have a osmo pocket and highly recommend it for holidays. Maybe get a osmo pocket for videos and think of a stills camera which can still do video for when I just want the one device, that's what I'm doing after years of changing through various types. I'm looking at the sony zv-1 to accompany my osmo pocket

LUMIX S1 body - £300 off `- £1,899 @ Wex Photo Video
Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
WEX have this offer including other offers to go with it on things like SD cards, Capture one pro etc

£1799 at Castle cameras


Well built camera with great low light image quality. Autofocus is contrast detect only not phased like most newer cameras, hit rate for me was pretty low especially in low light. I also used it with m mount glass and thought it was excellent in that sense, great viewfinder for nailing manual focus.

Fujifilm X100V Mirrorless Digital Camera, Black £799 @ Amazon
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THE lowest price so far by a country mile. More than £200 cheaper even than the Fujifilm Refurbished price last week. 26.1MP APS-C CMOS image sensor X-Processor 4 Newly design… Read more
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What you said are all true. Spec-wise, it is a significant upgrade. But the reality is, there is a £500 price difference between X100F and X100V. I don't like the idea of people having to stretch so much financially just so that they can keep up with the gear upgrades, unless it is a investment they are making for photography business. For people have the budget, absolutely, go with X100V. Use it to the best you can, and sell it for the next model after three years when the next comes out. You will lose about £600-£800 over the three years, which is £0.50-0.75 per day. No big deal and well worth the money. What about the people don't have that money for now? I would rather just to get what I can get today to enjoy photography and learn about it. I used to have the first generation of X100, which has only 12M resolution. I shot close-ups with it. And you are right it is not the sharpest result you can get at F2. I was very disappointed the first time I looked at it on screen TBH, but soon realized there is no problem at all for web, for instagram or small prints, basically how people consume content nowadays. Autofocus, again true, but I zone/pre focus a lot. Interesting to know about the usecase for colour customization, but I always post process. Again, go with X100V if you can afford it, or go with X100F or even earlier models if you don't. End of the day photography is meant to be enjoyed (assuming you are not buying this for professional use, otherwise you should almost definitely should go with the X100V just for the weather sealing alone) and should not stress yourself. Don't get into the trap of consumerism. Watch this if you really have difficulty to choose:


Can't agree with this: - Lens. The new lens is a major upgrade over the previous models. At F2 you could not use the X100-X100F close up. The bokeh was also not great. Lots of coma wide open. Not terribly sharp even in the centre. With the new X100V, I have been shooting at nothing else but F2. It has a beautiful rendition completely different to the previous lens. Lovely bokeh. Sharp. Great close up. - Autofocus. Superb. Quick and I rarely miss a shot even shooting at F2. - Ability to customise your colours, with a variable white balance (couldn't previously). Why is this important? Because I can programme the X100V now to have in camera colours like Kodachrome, Bleach Bypass, Superia, Kodak variation. All in addition to the in camera ones that Fujifilm provide. - Weatherproof. I have used it in the rain with no issues at all. So for me the X100V is a massive upgrade. And a much larger one that on any of the previous iterations. On the lens alone you absolutely should not be considering the previous models.


What can you get from X100V but not available on X-T3? Size wise, most people will want to add the UV to protect the lens anyway, in which case it is actually not that much different. For me the biggest difference is the leaf shutter and the built-in ND filter.


Can't decide whether to go for the X100V on E Infinity or save some money and get the X100F refurbished from Fujifilm for £599. I had the X100F before but sold it and picked up the X-T3. A decision I still regret! The flip screen and weather sealing would be nice on the X100V but not sure if it's worth paying £400 more for!


Yes, keep telling yourself that :D I have just used mine. TBH, it is not so different from X100F if you don't need the weather sealing. You can get X100F for about £600.

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TZ70EB-S Digital Camera, £159.99 at Panasonic/ebay using code
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Great cameras for the money, also in black DMC-TZ70EB-KTravel Broadens your Mind Lumix TZ70 Captures the DetailsBroaden your horizons as you explore the world with the TZ7… Read more

Bought - thanks for posting.


I was under the impression this camera had a small sensor, the same as you would find in a high end phone now a days, I think the only advantage of this over a good phone now a days is the optical zoom, the phones that are available now have far more processing power, added to that my camera phone has a 1.5 aperture to allow more light in, what is the widest this lens opens to?


Btw took this on my mate 20 pro


Now tell me , do you think; the earth is a flat disk :p I guess those that do have never seen the night sky.


Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ80 Camera Black/Silver(18.1 MP, 30x Zoom, 4K, FHD, 3" LCD) £175.99 at Panasonic/ebay with code
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Great little camera on offer here, also in silver Top features: - 4K video recording for memories in Ultra HD - Post Focus lets you adjust focal points after shooting for… Read more

Currently £149 at Panasonic Outlet on ebay, for a refurb with 12m warranty - Also, a tidy bargain on a GX800 for £199, with a kit lens!


Gave an old Samsung es55 camera to my parents 10 years ago and image quality looks better in my old eyes... :D


Taken from I downloaded the original file link around 7mb.


Blimey. That is grainy. I think my 10 year old Lumix G2 performs better than that. Though maybe not in low light, to be fair.


Better to supply links to images. Can’t tell from your sample, this site displays a lower resolution image of what you upload. But yes, looks a mess, though the RAW version perhaps less so. JPG RAW

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