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Creating beautiful images is much easier with a high-quality DSLR camera. These digital devices have revolutionised the way people take photos, from the images taken by sports photographers to the most humble selfie. Anyone who wants to take their photography to the next level can find all kinds of DSLR camera available at bargain prices at the hotukdeals listings. Read more
Canon EOS M50 Mark II + EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM (Black) - Mirrorless camera £619.84 at Amazon
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Cheapest seen on camelcamelcamel Details BrandCanon Compatible mountingsCanon EF-M ColourBlack Lens typeEF-M 15-45mm Form factorMirrorless Continuous shooting speed10 fps Wireles… Read more

That I’m not sure of. However, even if you could the price of the RF lenses are astronomical. If one can afford to purchase RF lenses then they can afford to buy a higher end camera than the M50. That would be my view.


The one in your pocket made by Samsung, Apple, Google ...


The magic words I always look for are "phase detect auto focus". It's a lifesaver! (y) Sony and Olympus cameras have had it for the last few years. Sony is definitely the king of autofocus, but not necessarily easy to use. Panasonic should be avoided as it's terrible in many ways. But really it boils down to what budget you have and what you plan to shoot. Depending on that, the best option could be a £5000 cinema camera or a £300 360 degree action cam.




what camera do you guys recommend for video and pics

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 18-150mm kit £633.34 @ Amazon
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
So, I felt this was a better deal than dual lens kit from currys I posted earlier as the lens on this is a lot more expensive plus has more of a non professional range. E.g you don… Read more

Has anyone used this camera for concert photography?


Think too much and you won't buy it. Its pretty good. The low light issue isn't so bad. Just need the right balance between iso and aperture and works OK.


I'm seriously considering upgrading my Canon 60D to this one, I want to primarily use it for photography I know the 60D much more superior and this one has a small battery but yet it is a lot smaller and lighter. At the same time the 60th is more weatherproof as well


It's back on (lol) (lol)


Yeah it's yoyoing. Keep an eye on it. It was at 610 earlier. I'll expire it tomorrow if it doesn't drop again.

CANON EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM & 55-200 mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM Lens £699 @ Currys
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
CANON EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM & 55-200 mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM Lens. Not the mark 2 but still looks decent. OK, I hate currys but I am looki… Read more



I've got the M100 from the Dual Lens kit deal for £200 last year. I got a EF-S/EF > EF-M adapter for £12 on aliexpress and it works great with my Nifty Fifty (EF 50MM F1.8).


Hi, No professional photographer, but I bought this camera about 18 months ago in the same kit and it has performed well for me. I researched all available small cameras with interchangeable lenses in this price range at the time and visited several outlets, this model was getting good reviews and recommendation from many retailers. I moved from a Sony RX100M2 to this. I can say though after using it, the low light performance isn't great.


x2 The M50 in my opinion is for those that haven't discovered/tried Fujifilm.


Don't know the camera but I have used the lenses on a M100. Both worked well for me, though there are reports of variable quality between examples of the 15-45. Main advantage was when travelling, when the combination of camera and two lenses was incredibly light and small. Very nice being able to keep either spare lens to hand in a trouser pocket rather than stored away in a bag. Having camera and lenses ready for use is a real advantage. The range covered by the two lenses is almost large enough for any use. I have tried EFS and EF lenses on the M100 camera but they are too large and too heavy to match the camera, which unbalances the combination and takes away the main advantages of small size and light weight. A 100-400 EF lens is just comical when attached, and even a 55-250 EF-S lens looks huge. On that basis I wouldn't bother with the adapter - if I think a bigger lens is needed then I will take a bigger camera to match. The EF-M system seems neglected but has sold well in the far east, so is both unlikely to disappear and unlikely to get many new lenses developed.

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Feelworld F6 Plus 5.5" Touch Screen 4K HDMI 3D LUT Camera DSLR Field Monitor £127.20 with voucher cameracentreuk / ebay
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Bit of a niche item. Good little monitor for the price. £127.20 I know you can get it from China for a similar price but this is ready to go in the UK.

Thanks this is very helpful. Looking at the specs, it appears that the F6 Plus lacks the IPS screen of the F5 Pro, although as you say the brightness is the same. This looks like a good choice overall. Thanks.


I've got the F5 Pro. This is better in terms of functions. It has the ability to load LUTs, Waveforms and RGB Parade etc which are not on the F5 Pro. The screen is a similar brightness though. The F5 Pro does have the dummy battery for things like wireless follow focuses on the back. Basically, if you want the screen to have more tools, this F6 is slightly better in every way. The only reason to get the F5 Pro over this is because of that dummy battery holder on the back.


Do you know how this compares to the Feelworld F5 Pro? Thanks.


Thank you.


It's a video monitor, basically a second screen for video cameras to monitor exposure, composition, focus with more information than what is normally available on a rear screen. This is a videography thing and you don't need to be a videographer to be a youtuber, really depends what you're doing but most of them are just recording their face off webcams and using smartphones for anything else.

Canon EOS M200 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45mm Lens (Black ) - £399.99 at Amazon
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Canon EOS M200 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45mm Lens (Black ) - £399.99 at Amazon£399.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Good price for this camera. Stunning images With a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and powerful DIGIC 8 processing, the Canon EOS M200 Mirrorless Camera delivers brilliant image… Read more

The X-A7 is an equivalent model and is exactly £399 on the refurb site you mentioned.


The X-T200 with kit lens can be had from Argos for £549 which isn't bad. I didn't know that the X-T100 had slow AF, but at £250 for a refurb kit when in stock it's probably well worth it for some casual photographers to start off with perhaps.


I like both systems but the x-t100 has painfully slow autofocus. It can't compete with this models dual pixel autofocus. Perhaps it would be better to recommend the x-t200 or the X-A7.


For £500 I'd be looking at the Fuji X system cameras, the Fuji Store often do really good refurbished deals such as an X-T100 with 16-50mm kit lens for £250, or you can look an a used X-T20 if you like a lot of dials, and you know that the X Mount system is in it gor the long haul.


That deal has been going months and imo one that they haven't had in stock for a while. I'd been tracking it thinking i might get it as a cheap small solution but it was never available. I still don't think this is such a great deal though for a camera with a lack of dials and no evf and considering what else you can get under £500.