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Canon 1300D DSLR - 18-55 & 10-18mm Lenses + connect station £399 Argos
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
This argos deal is up and down lately, first £460 down to £430, then £460 to £400 and now they have just listed it for £400. The 10-18mm lens goes for around £200 on eBay

I know, I completely agree, my comment wasn't against the lens, more that people buy DSLR's expecting them to have a massive zoom on them, when they don't, well not with the kit lens. I need to take mine out this week, wanting a compact so want to see what a 50mm zoom is like in real life, its been so long since I used it I can't remember :( Looking at getting a G7xII or RX100 which both obviously have short optical zooms.


yes 'if' they are used to 30x zoom it will be 'less' 55mm will be around 3x zoom due to crop factors (obviously the lens is 3xzoom but thats different) when we are walking about 'seeing stuff' that is generally within the 18-55 range (near the middle) so its only when we want to get closer than normal that higher focal lengths come into play again though - if they are used to 30x and thought 55mm was more thats still not the lenses fault


yes but if they are used to using a 30x zoom on a compact camera then a 55 lens is likely to be a disappointment, whats that, roughly 1.8/2.2x zoom? I must admit I rarely have my 50mm lens on my DSLR, my 18-300 is usually on, but its apain cos its so big :(


as a phone is good enough for most people a 18-55mm lens is even more versatile


If anyone sells 10-18 lens for a decent price I would buy it.

Canon 1300D DSLR - 18-55 & 10-18mm Lenses + connect station £399.99 Argos
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Was posted the other day but has since gone down again. From what I've read the 10-18mm lens is £200 alone. If you don't need that lens or the connect station, selling them with br… Read more

This whole yo-yoing affect of the price thing of this particular Canon bundle (within a short window of just over 1 week or so). Kind of reminds me of a particular Lenovo Yoga Laptop I bought on Black Friday/Cyber Monday Weekend, for x-amount, and with a WEEK it had dropped significantly in price too! (so I obviously got it sorted, lol). Then it shot up in price, then it dropped in price significantly again! (but more than 1.5 months had now passed at that point). And ironically, a slightly better 'option' at some point ended being reduced heavily to the point that it proved to now be the exact same price to which I'd originally paid for my existing one ... But more then 1 month had now passed, so I unfortunately couldn't either swap between the 2, or cash-out of the current one then cash back in to the now favourable one instead, etc. How ironic, huh?. Yep, that's the irony of how that goes sometimes. :-( On the up side (retrospectively speaking), both model's are now up to being a bit more expensive again ...


Yeah, deal ended in the early hours


Showing as £469.99 for me


The price is now £469.99 at the moment. So can’t upvote this deal at the price you saying


The wireless connect station is interesting (from different angles when you look at it?), after all, how many cool/notable wireless 1TB portable hard drive's (off the top of your head that is), can you think of, that (outside the obvioud parameters of the above very well priced kit), you can then get that remaining 'extra' for literally next to nowt?. I don't know about you, but I can't honestly think of any ... Lol. QVC currently still sell that very same connect station thing for a premium price as it is (and even that price is reduced from that of what Canon themselves formally used to sell it direct from themselves, etc). It may not be worth the £100-£200 asking price for that on it's own perhaps? - but it's definitely worth at least £50 to some (for what it is/what it does, etc, etc, etc ... ) But of course, at the end of the day, it all comes down to how you look at it?. :-)

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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Nikon D7500 down to £869.99 less £85 instant discount now £784.99 at Amazon
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Have had my eye on this in Amazon warehouse for a couple of weeks, checked late last night and found that a new one had been reduced, taken with the current £85 discount valid to t… Read more

I agree. I had the D7200 but now I've switched to Fuji X-T20- lightweight and better IQ IMO.


I almost swapped from Nikon DX to MFT mirrorless, but this Nikon still has amazing low light performance


Nice find but unless you’re a wildlife photographer there are better mirrorless options available.


Damned good price Good find Heat added



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


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(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


Great price! Heat added


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.

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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.

Nikon D3400 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens, £329 with code from argos
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Save £100 on this Nikon DSLR camera when you use code NIKON100 at checkout Product specification: 24.2 megapixels. 3in screen with TFT LCD technology and live view. CMOS senso… Read more

Just tried to buy this but it says code has expired. Anyone know of any other camera deals? I’m looking at a starter DLSR.


£20 extra for the VR version of the lens is the better deal IMHO.


Nikon D3x00 ranges have options for VR and non-VR bundled lens for a usage/economic reason. If you worry enough about low light and blur, because you do these shots, put the £20 towards a prime 35mm or 50mm prime lens which are bright lenses. You will do yourself much greater favour than spending £20 extra on VR for 18-55mm lens as this is f3.5-F5.6. But if you got shaky hands with up to 55mm Nikon DX format and the bundled lens is what you will ever have (equivalent old school 82mm angle of view on 35mm format) then get the VR lens. You can test how steady your hands are.


Same thoughts,


great camera but again go for a vr lense you want regret it

NIKON D3400 DSLR Camera with 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 Zoom Lens - Black, witth £100 discount code from PCWORLD, use code NIKD100  on checkout - £354
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Product features Hobbyist 24.2 megapixels Sensor type: APS-C / 23.5 x 15.6 mm CMOS sensor Standard ISO range: 100 - 25600 Built-in Bluetooth DISCOUNT CODE - £100 off marked… Read more
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Offer seems to have expired now.


those that aren't going to buy another lens would generally be better served with a quality compact but you know someone is going to jump in and shout NIFTY FIFTY a few times so i'm sure a prime will be an option before long an occasion in the dark says people to me, shutter speeds suitable for people dont need vr at these focal lengths not everyone wants to lug a tripod about and not everyone wants to pay and extra 20quid they dont need to not sure if this camera does multiframe but i'll assume not as you ignored that - can obviously do in post if needed though


That's great for you then, but not everyone wants to lug a tripod around with them to any occasion taking place in a dimly lit room or after the hours of 8pm. Getting a couple of extra stops of exposure without having to bump your ISO into the range where noise creeps in is a genuinely useful tool in a great many situations, people who already know they're going to use a prime or tripod don't really need to listen to my advice about VR but for the new buyers these entry level DSLRs attract who may never buy another lens or accessory for the whole time they own the camera, the extra couple of notes is a no brainer.


well i'm more a use the right tool for the job kind of guy its easy to handhold that focal length at certain speeds but those speeds aren't any good for any motion if there is no motion then i can use a tripod or multiframe shoot or use a prime or whatever


So I'm guessing "shooting in less than ideal light" has never entered into your shooting habits.

DSLR Canon  77D Body only £494 with code @ Eglobal central
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
just ordered this. Use code: JBUY599 for a £5.99 discount. postage is free or £15 for insured transport. seams to be a decent camera. £699 in Currys, £695 on Amazon Product Descri… Read more

The deal with double canon discount has finished now. The part exchange offer where you could get it for £440 only lasted 24 hours. They realized their mistake.


Is this deal still available I have an old camera that is probably worth around £70-80 on ebay. I would gladly trade it in for £85!


I thought the t&c said old camera trade in...?


You just drop a filter or some accessory at the photographic counter. Simps


dont remember it being quite so loose, how long ago was that? here is current t+c Terms and conditions The offer is only available if the customer agrees to dispose of an old camera he or she already owns by entering the promotional code, and bringing their camera to the imaging department next time they visit a John Lewis store. If the customer wishes to return the product, only the discounted price paid will be refunded and the old camera will not be returned. Also available in John Lewis shops.

Nikon 20050 AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-200 mm VR II Lens for Camera £139.60 @ Sold by GIL ENTERPRISE and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Not the cheapest it's ever been, nor is it direct from Amazon, but £139 seems to be the best price right now and a seemingly good addition to recent "Nikon D3400" deals that have b… Read more

Here it is for £119 Inc del. https://www.hdewcameras.co.uk/nikon-af-s-dx-nikkor-55-200mm-f4-56g-ed-vr-ii-3094-p.asp I bought my d5300 from them at a very good price. They were nice to deal with. They explained the differences between all the Nikon 55-200's


£126.71 right now if you're quick :D


Wa 12 in stock when I posted, but only one left, so you better be quick!


Actually, the OP didn't change anything! When originally posted "GIL Enterprise" was the Amazon market place seller, that had this for £139.60 Subsequently, "OMG Sales" must have dropped their price (without postage) to appear at the top. Nothing to do with the OP, I might add. "GIL Enterprise" still have this for £139.60 if you look down the list of sellers.


Looks like OP has changed seller from OMG Sales to GIL Enterprise... you cannot do this

Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm VR Lens + Kit Bundle _ Best Starter DSLR - £529 at John Lewis
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Anyone looking to start taking photography more serious this camera really is the perfect starter DSRL camera for any wannabe professional photographer. I have since moved onto a… Read more

It's £529 on Jessops too, and if you're a Costco member it's £529 with a bag: https://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/nikon-d5300-dslr-camera-with-18-55mm-vr-lens-in-black-cf-eu11-bag-216173


fantastic camera for price have one two years now


whatever one you want not up to me not sure why you keep coming back to me - i am not advising either way, only stating potential reasons why mirrorless doesn't have the uptake it could have


So whats your recommendation for a professional current camera?


yes evf is the future but thats not amongst the reasons i gave you so not a main one

Nikon D3400 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm AF-P VR Lens - £374 @ Wex Photo Video
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
24-megapixels DX-format APS-C CMOS sensor EXPEED 4 processor 5 fps burst shooting 11 autofocus points 1080p video capabilities Built-in monoaural microphone and s… Read more



What is the point in posting "I got XXXX for £XXX" without any further information? :/ Guess what I got a Gold Plated Bugatti Veyron for 50p once.


They have always been good in-store, if you google it though, it seems if they make a mistake with their pricing then they do not honour it. I've purchased from Wex and Amazon before where they have done the same and both have honour their prices, even though they had made a mistake. Really good trade in allowance from Wex also, they will collect your old camera free of charge and if you are not happy with the offer they make then they return it free of charge also.


ok thats a bit crap but doesn't automatically make them worse than wex


Wasn't so much screw up, just bad customer service. Purchased a camera through them as it was a bit cheaper than elsewhere. My order was promptly cancelled, with the excuse that my card didn't meet their security requirements (never had problems anywhere else). They advised that I could order over the phone instead. I rang them up, I was then told the camera I had ordered was out of stock, but they did have another camera I could order instead. This was the exact same camera but with a different stock number but at a higher price. As they wouldn't honour the price they had advertised I went elsewhere. A better company such as Amazon or Wex would have honored their price (can vouch for this, having dealt with them before).

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.

Nikon D7500 Digital DSLR Camera Body - Black - £899 - Amazon + £85 instant voucer
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
Now include £85 instant voucher until 4th april camera body only Excel in low light with ISO 100-51200 extendable up to ISO 1640000 (equivalent) 20.9 MP DX-format sensor EXP… Read more

Thank you very much.


I've been shooting Nikon DSLR a little while, but am no expert. The 18-140 is the best kit lens you can get, other manufactures do not do kit lenses this good. But I assume you did not buy it as you got this body only. So I would not bother and look elsewhere My suggestions are below. They are based on the fact that family shots are often indoors and there you will want some speed to keep the photos bright, sharp and noise free. "Speed" in lenses mean a larger opening (aperture) measured in f-stops. A smaller F/number is a larger opening. A feature of an open aperture is that it has a narrow depth of field, this means only part of the image is in focus. Apple iPhones now do this as well it is great for portraits, the face is in focus, but the foreground and background are blurry. Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC OS HSM This is a good price at the moment for about £300, rather than £380. It is faster (ie the aperture is more open) than the Nikon lens. You loose 70-140 but you can get great lenses that are 70-300 and you can get even better fixed aperture f2.8 or f4 Tamron SP 17-50mm VC Di II They say this is better than the Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 EX DC. Both fast and fixed aperture. Whereas the kit lens and the Sigma above cannot open their apertures as big at the tele end of their zoom (either 170 or 70) these two lens always have f2.87 available. For your uses, I would get the Sigma above as it has a little more reach (70mm vs 50mm) You might even want a prime Nikon Nikkor DX 35mm f1.8 This is great for family shots, really sharp, fast lens, and very affordable. Unlike all other lenses here it does not Image Stabilisation. Nikon call theirs VR, Sigma OS, Tamrom VC, Canon IS. For a zoom lens I think stabilisation is great. I would like it on a prime (prime just means fixed zoom) but it would make the lens heavier and harder to make this sharp. A great tele zoom to add later is: Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VR There are cheaper lenses by Sigma, but this is really great. Loads of reach at 300mm. The AF-P is better in movie mode. 70-300 is great for outdoors and at 70 this lens can even take good face shots in WELL lit areas. Stabilisation is necessary here and this has a modern VR mode. What would I buy? Tamron SP 17-50mm VC Di II & Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VR Once I am ready to buy a third Nikon Nikkor DX 35mm f1.8 What should I buy if only buying 1 lens? Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC OS HSM Or I might get a this, a single jack-of-all-trades lens Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300 mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR


Yes I am a prime member. Any suggestion on which lens to buy mainly to take family photos indoor/outdoor ? This is my first DSLR. I am looking to buy only one lens which can cover most situations. If you have any suggestion please let me know. Is Nikkor 18-140 a good candidate ?


are you prime? My is arriving next week, not that I am in a rush.


Mine is arriving on this Friday. Ordered when there was no stock.

Canon 430EX DSLR Speedlight Flash - £219 @ Argos
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Amazon/John Lewis all are at £239. Canon 430EX DSLR Speedlight Flash. Powerful, versatile and simple to use in bright daylight or total darkness. Wireless slave flash ability. 24… Read more
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Seem very reasonable price


Yyou flashed her with your gun??? :)




Only if you drink 10 pints and turn the monitor off?


Looked like Eva Green for a split second (shock)

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

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