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Canon EOS 750D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens - £499.99 at Argos
Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
Step up to the EOS 750D with its increased 24.2 Megapixels quality that captures even higher resolution and stunning detail. You can manipulate the vari-angle touch screen to explo… Read more
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Thought this was the semi pro full frame Nikon d750 Man it’s confusing looking at all these cameras


Is This is a full frame semi pro camera ?


I have a 200D and I love it. I don't know what the differences are though...


I'm debating getting either this or the 200d for a similar price, could anybody help me make a decision please?


Learn to use what you have... if that what your wife says to you? (lol)

Nikon D3500 DSLR Camera with AFP DX 18-55mm Lens - £265.50 at Argos/ebay-with code
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Great entry level DSLR camera, a bit cheaper with code. Specification 2 Year guarantee included 24.2 MegaPixel CMOS Sensor 100 - 25600 ISO Full HD Video 1920 x 1080p Snapbri… Read more

thats a lot of writing you said the lens was a little pricier - it wasn't - it was a lot pricier - at least 3x the phone thing is irrelevant as it was about mirrorless vs dslr i never said you mentioned bridge/compact - hence me quoting the guy it was in reply to buying used - can do for both i agree with your last point which is my whole point - know your needs and what you are buying


I mentioned the 18-135 specifically as great for my use case and worth it for others in the same situation if they could justify the cost. At no point did I say that it's necessary or cheap. I also said - you seem to like to ignore points with which you don't agree or don't help reinforce your opinions - that a budget DSLR or mirrorless can do things even the best camera in a phone cannot. Or that it can do those things better than a phone. There's nothing inherently wrong with this offer, as I've previously said. However, I've suggested alternatives. There's nothing wrong with that and discussion is good. For some reason though, you seem uninterested in anything other than this deal. I don't know if you've a vested interest, but it's a shame that you just seem to want to argue with everything I have to say. I didn't mention a bridge or compact. Not in the widely accepted definition of compact meaning point and shoot, anyway. Compact as in physically smaller, sure, as the A6000 is. I specifically mentioned the A6000 versus the D3200, D3300, D3400 and D3500 from Nikon as they compete. They use the same sensor and deliver very similar results, for rather obvious reasons. An A6000 is not ordinarily significantly more expensive than a D3200 or D3300 when bought used. The main point I'm making is that people should do a little research rather than mindlessly buying because something's marked as a deal on here. I suggested buying used to save money, which you've chosen to ignore. When I was shopping for my D3300 a couple of years ago, I got a good deal but paid more than I did for my A6000 which I mention because this is about saving money. Again, used is a perfectly viable option. I also suggested that people looking at this deal look at used prices for the aforementioned Nikon models as they're pretty much the same camera, minus some tiny changes between models. I've used similar cameras to the D3500 and there's nothing wrong with the D3x range. I think I made a mistake by going DSLR when mirrorless is better for my use case. Mirrorless is more modern and for many it's a better choice. The state of the ILC market shows that. I've been sharing my experience in the hope that those who are in a similar position now to mine a couple of years ago don't make the same mistake. Again, discussion is good and used, the D3300 - essentially the same model - and A6000 bodies are typically of similar price. Both around £150 to £200 or so. Without a lens, yes, but kit lenses are cheap. Choice and research for one's own needs is a good thing.


same price range doesn't mean 50% more though either does it? this is a deal so price needs to be considered along with the rest of it you then go on about 18-135 as being a 'little pricier' than the kit?! its way more - as 16-50 is common kit its rrp is irrelevant and true 'price' is under 100 vs 300+ for the 18-135 many go with a 50mm cos so many come on screaming NIFTY FIFTY!!! or other useless info a top end bridge or compact or 4/3rd with kit isn't going to give significantly better quality than this with the kit and are not really relevant as you are probably going for higher price models to show some 'point' moral to this is as always 'know what you are getting'


It's all about the lenses. They are fantastic, and hold their prices really well. Buy a prime lens.


I initially went with a high quality 35mm prime when getting my D3300, so didn't experience a kit lens. I initially did with my A6000 and though it was fine, it of course wasn't perfect. That said, it still beat my Pixel by a mile because a good budget DSLR or mirrorless can do certain things better than the best camera setup in a phone. I've now moved to an 18-135mm Sony lens for my A6000 - a little pricier than the kit lens - and I think it's much better. For an amateur/enthusiast who travels and wants to take only one lens, I don't think there's a better option. If you're okay with the price.

CANON EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45mm & 55-200 mm Lens - £699 @ Currys PC World (Plus Possible £60 Cashback)
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
The deal seem to be back on again with Currys with further £60 cash back from Canon: http://canon.co.uk/summercashback could be a bargain for a two lenses system (I know M50 … Read more

This system started in around 2012 so another 5 years gives it a lifespan longer than some others and it’s decent enough for the average user, so why not. I had the first one and it did a job. Frankly you could still shoot good enough stills and vid with the first one for day to day stuff. So as long as it keeps working then it’s good for years. Sometimes it’s just down to personal taste, feel and so on


Great camera and perfect size for travelling and street shots. My only gripe with canon is that if you invest in their EF-M lens, you can’t you it in any other Canon cameras. If we buy those Ef or ef-a lens, then it defies the reason for getting a small camera.


I bought one of these a couple of months ago....body and just the 15-45mm lens for £499 from amazon...the deal comes up every now and again ...worth looking out for if you dont need the 55-200 yet. Absolutely love it and you can fit lenses from different formats with an adapter so don't worry about lack of lens choice for the future...its a superb camera.


really nice camera. Especially with 22mm f2.0 lens.


Great price but I wouldn't buy from Currys again.

Integral 256GB UltimaPRO V30 Premium SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 - 100MB/
For £24.29 delivered with Code @ Mymemory
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Description Your photos always look much better in 4K, which is why Integral Premium High Speed SDHC and SDXC cards are a perfect fit for your DSLR, digital camera, camcorder and … Read more

These seem to be identical to My Memory's branded cards with the lifetime warranty. I'm between this for about 70p cheaper with the discount code, or the lifetime warranty on the MyMemory branded cards.


I've got the MicroSD version of this card and it works like a charm in my Fuji Xt3 (4k30 400mbps)


Is this any good for a Nintendo switch


Anybody used one of these for 4K video work? I normally use Sandisk Extreme Pros and wondering how they compare?

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Canon EOS M100 Mirrorless Camera with 15-45mm & 22mm Lenses - £367.99 @ Argos
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
this was posted a few months back at £399.99 so price drop. not often sold with this lens combo so not many comparable prices but 22mm lens is selling for around£200 at a lot of pl… Read more

Picked the camera up yesterday and very impressed so far. The 22mm lens is awesome and makes the camera so compact, which is great when travelling!


mirrorless this makes this about the size of a compact doesnt it ? a great deal, a dlsr with the convenience of the size if a daily use compact digital camera not got a view finder though so not for me


Perfect timing for me, decided to go for this instead of the version at curry’s that includes the 55-200mm lens!


The e-mail from Argos doesn't include the discount from Ebay, but you will have received it, it's just not shown as it's actually Ebay that pays it, just check your transaction details on your Ebay account and it will show you what you actually paid. Check your bank to see what was taken for piece of mind. Hope that helps.


I just did this and it seemed everything was all fine - then got another email with a price with an additional £61.99 in tax added? Even though the ebay listing says the listed price includes tax, so no idea what's going on there. Have emailed them so will have to wait to see what they say, but if they try to hit me for tax a 2nd time they can stick it up their ass and it'll be getting sent back

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Body £2495 @ Dale Photographic
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
This is professional-class DSLR body selling at its lowest ever price. You will know if this is a deal for you, most people don't need or want a camera of this class. Some cashba… Read more

Same at Carmarthen cameras from tommorow also 15 percent off L series lenses


Dearer glass yet better and not always cheaper with Canon. People are quite mixed up with regards to this




I’ll pass. Sony doesn’t have the photographic pedigree of Fuji or Canon. Okay for point and shoot purely because they look pretty on the outside and can double up as a paper weight


I would love to try a Sony A7 III. I see a lot of people use it with the Sigma MC-11 adapter to use Canon glass, seems like a nice balance (Sony tend to be cheaper bodies, Canon tend to be cheaper glass).

Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm & 50mm Lenses £329.99 @ Argos
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Good value for this decent camera with twin lenses. Product specification: 18 megapixels. 2.7in screen with LCD technology and with Live View. Continuous shooting up to 3 f… Read more

quite tempted by this but have been told nikkon basic level dlsr's are better


thats nice honey


I've got a 35mm f/2.8 Macro that's stablised but costs more than this kit.


You are quite correct, I didn't know that Canon did an 18-55mm that wasn't stabilised - shows what I know. The nifty 50 is stabilised according to the Argos web site, but of course it isn't. However, the 50mm lens is still an excellent lens, and produces some excellent images.


Decent and very Light DSLR, it should be noted that Live View is Contrast based and autofocus using it can be iffy depending lens used, neather of these lens are stablised so if you want to do Video look elsewhere.

Nikon D750 Digital SLR Camera, HD 1080p, 24.3MP, Wi-Fi, 3.2" Tilting LCD Screen, Black, Body Only - £1,069 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Free your photography with the fast, versatile, and agile Nikon D750. This full-frame 24.3-megapixel camera lets you capture everything in superb detail. Packed with professional i… Read more

Would like a full frame, a d5200 & d7100 have served me well


This came out soon after some light issue with D610 and been looking for while... great find....will get one...


Good deal but cheaper at Camera World - 2 year Warranty also! https://www.cameraworld.co.uk/product/nikon-d750-body.html

GoPro Hero7 black - £272.99 @ eGlobal Central
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
https://www.eglobalcentraluk.com/gaming-and-tech-toys-1/toys/#/product/26675 Every year or two, we hear of a new "best GoPro ever", and indeed, every time, the latest HERO mod… Read more
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Good service and doing the right thing should cost nothing


Agreed totally! I feel i got lucky this time!


Good to hear you were happy with your purchase... Any company can sell stuff, the test of a company is with their after sales support, with eglobal it was just about non existent... I'm not the only one with a horror story, there are many many more


I wasnt sure about buying from eglobal but decided to purchase my Motorola G5S+ from them just over a year ago as it cost £70 less than in the UK at the time and surprisingly it was delivered in about a week so I had a decent transaction with them but based on your review and the disgraceful service you've experienced I will never buy from them again! Sorry to hear of your troubles id be absolutely fuming too. Rather pay the extra cost for peace of mind after hearing your horror story! (shock)


Here's my experience with eglobal https://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337

Nikon D5600 DSLR Camera with 18-55 and 70-300 AF-P VR Lenses - £784 @ Nikon Store
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Seems to be a general price drop on Nikon DSLRs today, with the D5600 and D7500 dropping in price at most of the usual suspects (Amazon, Currys etc). However, the best deal I foun… Read more
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It works both ways and depends what your doing. And for a lens to make a real difference in terms of its sharpness you need to spend really big and the lens will also be big. Its a different game mate. The only thing id say with cheap lens's is the aperture is seriously restrictive if your grabbing moving objects. the 70-300 is good for what it is, but the 18-55 kit lens arent great without a flash or in very good light. Plus the 70-300 is a fantastic lens anyway. Unless your a pro with endless pockets your not going to get better pictures at that range with pretty much anything.


Seems like a good deal, but for that lucre, wouldn't it be better to get a lower spec camera and better lenses? I think that is the prevailing opinion; invest in glass first and foremost.

Nikon 16-35mm f4 G AF-S ED VR Lens - £809 @ Wex Photo Video
15/08/2019 at 23:00Expires on 15/08/2019 at 23:00Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Normally £1099! NOW ONLY £809! Available between 15th May 2019 and 15th August 2019 (inclusive) at Nikon Store and Nikon Authorised retailers (that is include Amazon and others).… Read more

wow, not much but still, thanks


cheaper at both grays and cameraworld

Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera Body with 18-55mm Lens - £279 @ Argos
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Creating distinctive stories with DSLR quality photos and Full HD movies is easier than you think with the 18 Megapixel EOS 4000D. Share instantly and shoot remotely via your compa… Read more

My 11 year old daughter bought this with her birthday money as her first DSLR. The jury is still out on this one. The main reason is using, or rather not using the LCD screen to compose the shoot. On this camera you have to turn that off and use the viewfinder otherwise it is incredibly slow and 9 times out of 10 you end up missing the shot. Using the viewfinder yields good results but it feels a bit 1990s to be doing it that way.


If you don't mind spending more & sticking with Nikon DSLRs, I reckon a D3500 with VR is a better option for £70 extra / £349: https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/digital-cameras/slr/consumer/d3500 About Nikon's VR (Vibration Reduction): https://www.nikonusa.com/en/learn-and-explore/a/products-and-innovation/vibration-reduction.html Amazon (1-year warranty): Nikon D3500 + AF-P DX 18–55 VR Kit - Black JL (2-year warranty): Nikon D3500 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm VR Lens


id agree with pwel, mirrorless, if you can find a good deal is the way to go. But at £279? Im not sure if there is anything close. Although as always with interchangeable lens cameras, the cost is in the lenses, not the body...... Check it has the features you need and the lens/lenses you might need. Otherwise youll just get frustrated. Something to always be aware of is these kit lenses have narrow appetures, which means slower shutter/higher iso's so unless your outside in the light these kits dont return the low light ability you might expect (although for indoors a 40quid flash will change that) Compared to a phone it depends what your using it for :) I hate phones, but they have there uses. Video is a factor, cheap camera bodies wont match a phones video, where more expensive mirroless bodies exceed it.


hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-lumix-g7-twin-lens-kit-camera-body-14-42-45-150-3220700 hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-eos-m100-mirrorless-camera-with-ef-m-15-45-mm-55-200-mm-lens-399-at-currys-3223520 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujifilm-x-a3-xc16-50mm-f35-56-ois-ii-kit-at-amazon-for-259-3216650 Better value and a lot more enjoyable to shoot imo.


After a camera that is better than the flagship phones out and better than a nex-5n, would this do? Dont mind paying more if it warranties it

CANON EOS M100 Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45 mm  & 55-200 mm  Lens, £399 at Currys
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Price drop. Top features: - Stunning images and Full HD movies - Fast, responsive shooting for capturing action - Compact design for taking anywhere - Simple wireless con… Read more

Cracking deal, been around a few times. I got one for my son for Christmas and he's taken some stunning pics.


The Argos ref is 918/1236


Can't find that, it's available with the wide angle zoom (£329) but can;t see it with a 22mm on the Argos site


remember that currys have the 22/2 for 99 quid if you can find it


For the same price, Argos have this camera with the 22mm prime rather the longer zoom

Canon EF 300mm f4.0L USM IS Lens (Use code CSF3) - £1027 @ Clifton Cameras
Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
£897 after Canon cashback. Relatively fast aperture on this telephoto lens intended for sports and wildlife photography. Had I not just picked up another L lens from Clifton, I w… Read more

A decent review of this lens if anyone is interested.


Nice price for this lens, although can't really justify getting one as already have the 100-400L


Very good point. I had assumed this wasn't in the cashback deal so that makes it even better!


You can also get a reward (cashback from Canon) of £130 on this lens when you register the item https://www.canon.co.uk/lens-promo/


Worth a post on HUKD?

CANON EOS 4000D Twin LENS Kit £314.10 @ Currys/ebay
Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
10% OFF AT CHECKOUT Specification 18 megapixels APS-C / 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor Built-in WiFi 2.7" LCD screen 3 fps in continuous shooting mode 18MP CMOS Sensor ISO 100-… Read more

Super zoom lenses are a compromise though. They tend to be soft and have a lot of chromatic aberrations. Check out the reviews of Christopher frost on YouTube he reviews lenses


I've been using large and heavy cameras and lenses for years, every 2 years larger, heavier and more pro. Every year less photos, more gear. I sold it all last year and bought Oly om-d em-10 mk2. I have 4 lenses but I'm not carrying all of them all the time. Small bag, lightweight and smart. 12mm f2.0 for holidays abroad especially in the city plus in the evening or night shots, 45mm f1.8 for portraits and great bokeh, 9-18mm zoom for daylight landscapes and 14-150mm when I'm not in the mood for changing lens or there are no time for this like day on the farm with kids. It's still not perfect set but covers 99% of my current needs. I like 7-14 zoom but it's too expensive and heavy. I like 12-100 zoom but it's too dark. So it is what it is for now and I'm very happy with going mirrorless. More photos, more fun, more joy and no more carrying bulky backpack full of gear.


Completely different camera but I read about the Nikon P1000 as well yesterday. Not a DSLR I know and its all about the 125x zoom lens but what a zoom lens! The moon shots I saw were incredible, its more like a telescope lol.


Yeah it's very old tech inside. Basically a Canon 600D but with a number of features removed like external shutter release adjustable, eye piece, plastic lens mount and no flip out screen. They have upped the resolution of video but the losses like the screen and plastic lens mount are too much of a compromise. A plastic lens mount will wear if you are swapping between lenses. You are better off buying a body only something like a 1300d which has the same features but has the metal lens mount. The 1300d on its own can be had for not that much money. The 75-300 usm iii lens is really old tech and is really soft. A better alternative is the 55-250 is stm it can be had for just over 100 from places like hdew and has image stabilisation and far greater sharpness. Its one of the best EF-S lenses Canon currently makes. You can also pick up the better 18 55 IS stm lens for around £50 as new on ebay as people tend to upgrade their higher specification Canon dlsrs and sell the kit lens.


I read reviews on this camera yesterday, it sounds very underwhelming, poor even based on what I read.

NIKON D3500 DSLR Camera with AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55 mm VR Lens, £322.20 at Currys/ebay
Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
10% OFF AT CHECKOUT Specification 2 Year guarantee included 24.2 MegaPixel CMOS Sensor 100 - 25600 ISO Full HD Video 1920 x 1080p Snapbridge & Eye Fi Compatible Vibrat… Read more

yeh the pictures you can get out of this will be exceptional for the price. Infact in terms of pure IQ this camera can trade blows with the latest mirrorless devices.




I have the D3200 I love using so at this price for the d3500 you can't go wrong, tip to get the most out of it try get off the auto modes as quickly as you can get use to using the A setting you can't go wrong and the results are impressive.


You’re not a photographer and you never will be.


I do a fair few timelapses.I have a d750 but might get this to use for my timelapses as I don’t want to ramp up the shutter count on my d750

CANON EOS 80D DSLR Camera - Body Only £749 Currys
Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Very good price for this camera, which is a high-end APS-C DSLR body. I have owned this camera previously and can speak to its capabilities - still some of my favourite photograph… Read more

Was in stock at the time of posting. I've expired the post though.


Same for me. Might be different in other parts of the country but I am will try to expire.


It was OOS yesterday, no different today.

Canon EF 16-35 mm f/2.8L III USM Lens at Amazon for £1644 (£1394 after cashback)
Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Now this deal is definitely not for everyone but this is the lowest price this professional grade lens has ever been. This is a perfect example of a want and not a need for mo… Read more

Still available on Clifton Cameras for today at £1644 as you mention.


1729.90 now on amazon


As a day to day lens I would recommend the 24-70 f2.8 L MK II. A fantastic all purpose lens...it’s around about the same price I think. Although I did snag one on eBay second hand for £640 which was an absolute bargain!


Can this be your main lens or is it just for special purpose shootings? Sorry, i literally know nothing about cameras but looking to upgrade wife's canon camera which is about 6 years old now. She wants a 5D Mark IV, so wondering if she will be able to use this as a day to day lens.. thanks


Great price and if Amazon raise their price then Clifton Cameras are doing it for the same cost. They don’t have any in stock but are taking orders. Used them before and they’re good. Heat from me, just trying not to click buy....., https://www.cliftoncameras.co.uk/canon-ef-1635mm-f2.8l-iii-usm-lens

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