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Tamron 90 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon DSLR Camera £484.68 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Another price drop be quick

I've got the Sigma and am very happy with it, as are most owners. The Tamron was a consideration but I didn't see enough to convince me the premium was warranted for my use.


Fair points, like I said just my opinion but I have used the Tamron predecessor and Sigma 105 and found the sigma better. Whilst no longer comparing like with like, I have used the Sigma 150 f2.8 OS and that beat any Macro lens I have ever used and could be used for action shots too. The OS was only ever needed for action shots. Macro always done manual focus with OS off. things may have moved on but the only Tamron lens I had that I felt delivered was my ADII 80-210.


Has it occured to you about water drop photography that involves water? Or many other macro subjects involving liquid? It is also a stunning portrait lens, which means you could be carrying it out and about and get caught out by a shower, or sea splash perhaps It also mean you could take it out in the snow for some nice macro shots The weather sealing is worth its weight in gold 25% less weight makes it easier handling too for those macro shots ;)


Never occurred to me to take macro pictures when It is raining. I don't think what its with 50% more on the price personally. Just my opinion.


Because the Tamron is weather sealed, lighter, scores a higher DXO mark, smaller aperture, 5 years warranty

Tamron 90 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon £512.32 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Price drop on this awesome macro lens for Nikon fit from amazon direct Box Contains1 x Tamron 90 mm VC Lens Lens Hood Rear cap Instructions

£484 on Amazon now


Now £522.35 if anyone still interested


If it’s what I think it is, I bought one with my very first Canon DSLR kit years ago and it was £109 then. So likelihood is not worth much anymore.


Look at MPB


Look at Amazon or Wex websites. Will give you an idea of new and used prices

Tamron Ultra Wide angle zoom 17- 28mm £719 after voucher applied at checkout @ Amazon
Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Similar to the Tamron 28-75 for Sony E Mount. Voucher applied at checkout. Full frame lens
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No it doesn't.


It's not iphone.


And I don't think there are many normal wide angle lenses on FF that are super sharp at the edges if any. I think this is a decent WA lens on FF at a very affordable price and in a compact package. I personally use MC-11 + Canon EF 16-35/2.8 II, but this is cheaper and looks better optically by looking at the samples.


Not sure that's the right way to read MTF charts TBH...

tempt It maxes at 30lpmm, not good enough for large mp cameras like A7R4

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Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 RXD Lens for Sony-FE £571.50 @ Amazon
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
The £63.50 voucher applied is applied at checkout. Great lens for amateur photographers. Light, fast, and great for macro. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.

Yea im sure the code only run until the 11th shame as id purchased it if i hadnt missed the code... I might just go buy one from E-Infinity instead




I think the model here is a new design - quite recent - for the Sony FE system. Reviews are excellent.


Will be getting an a7r ii on Monday. Looks like the sale has ended on this lens now. :(. I currently have a tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 for my canon body. That has been my primary lens for 10 years.


It’s just a very petty way of looking at it.

PENTAX 77mm f/1.8 Limited, black £687.60 at Amazon
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
Legendary lens for Pentax users seems to have dropped in price

I sold one of these for 60,000 rubles on tarkov last week.


Had the Pentax k1 myself great camera but the software is seriously lacking there refusal to look at mirrorless tech will be there undoing rioch just don't seem that bothered


As long as you have that in mind I guess. It is such a shame for such a system that has so many good lenses but has been lacking just one reliable body with good focusing performance. I unfortunately still have some Pentax lenses myself but just never bother to use any more as the alternative systems are so much easier and more reliable to use.


I agree about Pentax future but if your already invested then this is a great lens


TBH it is a pretty dead system, I doubt if it is worth investing so much into it.

Sigma 150-600mm f5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Canon Mount Lens £749 Amazon
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Truly amazing lens, especially if you are into nature/landscape photography. Wex photo costs £789 but they don't even have it in stock at the moment. Fits Canon EF, Nikon F and S… Read more

The only real alternative is the Tamron equivalent, but as I was using the Sigma 150-500mm, this was the obvious choice


Mind if I ask you what other lenses you were considering when buying this one?


£749 seems to be fairly standard price across many shops at the moment, inc WEX: Canon Mount: Nikon Mount:


Yes, I think this adapter work best with the most of canon ef mount lenses.


£711.00 with code Nikon Fit SRSMICROSYSTEMS / eBay

Fujifilm X-E3 with XF 18-55 lens £599 at Fuji
Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Nice camera and excellent lens for the money

That's 600 pounds price is close to 16-55 F2.8 version.


That really isn't an equivalent to an Rx100. Fuji don't make an equivalent compact zoom. X-t30 is great and with a zoom lens might be similar in terms of function but is much bigger / has interchangeable lens etc. XF10 is nearest in terms of size but is not a zoom lens.


The 18-55 has been as low as £230 in the grey market, no one sensible would pay 600+ for this lens, doesn't worth it.


Good price! Probably grey stock hence why it doesn’t appear on camerapricebuster. Can’t see this lens on Panamoz (my usual go to grey stockist).


I found that Camerapricebuster will many times not show the best prices.

Samyang 135mm f2 ED UMC Lens - Sony FE Mount £269 @ Wex photo
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
According to the reviews this is one of the sharpest 135mm f2 lenses available. At this price seems to be a real bargain. Please note this is manual focus only. Free delivery as we… Read more

Thanks guys, I have been looking for a fast 135mm for quite a while, looking at the reviews of this Lens it seems to be a great option especially at this price. (y) 👌


Thanks for sharing this OP (highfive) This is a hot deal - bought I have been impressed with 24 and 35mm Samyang lenses. At this price this is a steal! Thanks too hd1080ts for the manual focus tip of B&W in RAW (y) Don't forget Topcashback too for a little 1.5% to deduct


Manual focus works really well on Sony mirrorless. The following camera settings may be of use for manual focus: Quality: RAW Creative Style: B&W Peaking level: High Peaking colour: Red Map a custom key (C1 etc.) to Focus Magnifier It gives you a black & white viewfinder, which is better for seeing focus with red focus peaking indicator. Focus magnifier zooms into live image for fine focus adjustment. Your pics will appear B&W when viewed on the camera as the jpeg preview embedded in the RAW ARW file is B&W, but when you open the RAW file in Lightroom, DXO or other RAW photo editor it will be in colour. With manual lenses without auto aperture like the Samyang you can use the camera in A (aperture priority mode) setting the aperture on the lens with the camera setting the shutter speed and ISO (in AUTO). For full control you can shoot in M (manual) setting aperture on lens, shutter speed on camera with the option for manual or auto ISO setting.

Samyang AF 85 mm F1.4 Sony FE fit £424 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Great lens for Sony users price drop £372 for a warehouse one Upgraded dual LSM motor for fast and silent Auto Focus Hybrid aspherical glass and advanced Samyang lens technology… Read more

I've got the manual version of this lens and it is incredible. In fact, if you are prone to using only manual focus, save yourself a few quid and get that instead.


The Sony 1.8 is one of the better lenses in their line. I've seen a suggestion it copies the optical design of the Zeiss Batis. I'd personally wait for a good deal on the Sony 1.8. An extra stop of light isn't a big deal at this focal length for portraits anyway. The Sony is slightly sharper even at equivalent f stops, and IMO the bokeh more pleasant.


I wouldn't be getting one of the Warehouse deals - these lenses are subject to considerable sample variation with some people going through a few before they get one that doesn't have issues. I'd have thought the there is a very high chance a warehouse lens has been returned for that reason. I don't have it but it is apparently a fantastic lens. From all the reading I've done I think the short version is: Need 1.4 and size/weight no factor? Get this lens. f1.8 do the trick or want a smaller lens? Get the Sony 85 1.8.


Ephotozine had good standardized charts for comparing sharpness at centre/edge by f stop


Maybe because they have just announced a new 75mm f/1.8

Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG HSM Art (Nikon fit) Camera Lens - £319 Delivered @ Park Cameras
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
Insane saving on this. Looks like a well reviewed lens from the trusty Sigma! Next cheapest price is Clifton Cameras for £550. (See their link for more in-depth details on the le… Read more

No need to be sorry, thanks for the post. It was worth the punt.


Gutted sorry guys :S how annoying! Thought it seemed too good to be true


Cancelled and refunded. Ah well. Better luck next time. Thanks though, Libre11. (y) 🏻


Unfortunately we have experienced an IT error on our website which resulted in the Sigma 20mm f/1.4 DG HSM | Art - Nikon F (Stockcode G242246N) being listed at £319.00 instead of £669.00. As a result we have cancelled your order, refunded your payment and we sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused


Same - refunded. It has saved me a cudgelling from the good lady though. Nothing gets past her during quarantine.

NIKON AF-S NIKKOR 28mm f/1.8G Wide-angle Prime Lens - £309.97 Delivered @ Currys
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Not quite at the level of the f/1.4 but for around £300 this is pretty cheap. See Camera Price Buster link here, cheapest showing is £595. Some more better reviews for it over a… Read more

I just bought a sony a5100 "B" from cex - came with original box. I got my nikon 35/1.8 3 or more years ago - EDIT - I DID get original box. Seems 50/50 box or not 2 yr g'tee of sorts and often cheaper than ebay - today 2 sold ~£110 and £!39 Forgot - don't think you will sell the 35mm in a rush - it's good for indoors , compact, quick focus - just generally well liked . . and cheap ! Read from the Introduction - about 1/2 way down edit - did get nikon box


I've never bought anything from CEX, those are 2nd hand yeah? I like to have the box in case I ever decide to sell things on 😝


Never said they were, I cover many other subjects including weddings and my camera covers them very well


£100 , some g'tee ,can return under dist.selling regs in stock , cex May be lucky on ebay and get one for ~£80 ?? But often sell for more than cex.


Not everyone is in to action photography; I can see for Mma the fastest auto focus would be best. Mirrorless wil keep getting better and is where the camera companies are likley to devote more R&D spend.

Hasselblad 30 3.5 XCD Lens £2,328 at Amazon
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Posted 31st MarPosted 31st Mar
Bargain price for this lens. Next cheapets online is £3288. This is the cheapest its been in over 1 year!

Sadly no longer available. However for a super duper bargain there is a used unit for sale at £715


No, not really.


They definitely took Hasselblad. This is a nice little article about it.


Is this better than an iPhone 11?


It's this or a 9 pack of 3-ply that is currently on BIN for £2,200 + free delivery.....hmmm....

Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Black Lens £335 @ CEX
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Posted 30th MarPosted 30th Mar
Excellent price with 2 years CEX warranty. Every time i have bought lens from here, they have been as new. Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Black Lens To meet user demands for a f… Read more
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I bought one of these a few years ago second hand and paid £450 for it. Unfortunately I've never been happy with it - unless I have it permanently on manual focus I find it unreliable. Even when using spot metering it appears to focus on whatever is closest to the lens even when that isn't in the focus area. I don't get that issue with the kit lens. This is only a problem when using it for snaps, for tripod work you have the time to check accurate focus but I don't do a lot of that - I'm not a great photo enthusiast I just like to have a decent camera to take nice shots at events I want to remember. I had a whole batch of photos ruined when snapping a family Christmas once, almost all the pictures turned out badly focussed; switching back the kit kit lens the next day gave me perfect results. I had similar results from a friend's wedding where several of what should have been great pictures were just badly focussed. I just don't trust it any more as a carry-round. So nowadays I only use this occasionally for landscape or portrait when I have time, though portraits are better with my prime lens anyway. I've probably only used mine a dozen times in the last 4 years - a waste of money. Maybe mine was damaged in some way when I bought it but I've been badly burned with the most expensive lens I've ever bought.


Just got my lens. Fantastic. Brilliant condition. Also came with Hoya filter and canon lens hood :D


Mine has been despatched today. Will be receiving tomorrow :)


By the way, when you setting away budget for a new lens, it is always useful to look at it from a system point of view and keep in mind that you might need filters to go with it e.g. 77mm can be expensive if you need (C)PL filters or even grads. About IS, also worth looking into camera gimbals. The way how it operate will be different though, and normally requires the physical dimension of the lens to stay constant during zooming and focusing, and you will need a way to change the zoom and focus remotely.


Anywhere from at least 18mm till around 70mm if possible.

Currys New Black Fuji FUJIFILM Fujinon XF 35 mm f/2.0 R WR Standard Prime Lens £305.15 at Currys eBay
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Posted 21st MarPosted 21st Mar
Currys New Black Fuji FUJIFILM Fujinon XF 35 mm f/2.0 R WR Standard Prime Lens £305.15 at Currys eBay
£305.15 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
probably best new price (Black & Silver available - this link is for black); 2nd hand values on ebay seem quite high. Free economy delivery

Black now oos; silver left.


Nice ... £284 at the moment, silver only. It is a great lens, but all the WR range are.


Fantastic lens, bought mine at the start of Feb brand new from E-infinity (grey market) for £239


It's a real good 'un.


Got all of the f2 primes (23, 35, 50). All great but this is the one that’s used the most. Fantastic lens.

Sony SEL-85F18 portrait lens £331.05 at Amazon Germany
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Posted 21st MarPosted 21st Mar
Sony SEL-85F18 portrait lens £331.05 at Amazon Germany
Available at Amazon Germany

It's very common for seller's profiles to be hijacked, and from selling low value items suddenly start listing loads of high value electrical items at prices too good to be true. This scam often involves a demand to email/pay outside Amazon though.


There are tonnes of dodgy sellers on amazon. Particularly ones that only have a small amount of feedback.


They all have feedback & many are just other companies advertising on Amazon. I guess it's down to the individual if you want to trust them or not. Personally, a little research is all that's required. I rarely see a problem with other sellers on Amazon.


When posted it was from amazon direct. I’d rarely buy from non amazon on amazon as so many scams on tech


Not the same as buying direct from Amazon. These could easily be dodgy sellers, Amazon direct is much better.

CANON EF-S 10-18 mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Wide-angle Zoom Lens £165.75 w/code @ Currys eBay
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Posted 19th MarPosted 19th Mar
CANON EF-S 10-18 mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Wide-angle Zoom Lens £165.75 w/code @ Currys eBay
£165.75£19515%eBay Deals
New Manufacturer Sealed There is an intact manufacturer's seal, and the item is brand new and pristine. Some product boxes are unsealed as supplied by the manufacturer, these a… Read more

OOS, but a good deal


Thank you!


I did it the other way round and sold my 10-18 to buy the 10-22. The 10-18 feels extremely cheap and not well made plus the mount that connects to the camera is black plastic rather than metal. The 10-18 did look fairly sharper and the pictures were better quality from it. The 10-22 always looked so soft in comparison but it's a much older lens. The 10-18 only becomes the equivalent of 16-29 whereas yours is a 16-35 with the 1.6x crop factor, I felt like with the 10-18 I also needed to own the 24 pancake but with the 10-22 I was happy with just that one lens instead of the pair. The 10-22 gives less glare/lens flare if you take pictures towards the sun too and has a better overall aperture. They're both pretty niche lenses really and are designed for landscape use or interior home shots. If you're indoors you'd probably benefit more from the image stabilisation and if you're doing landscape the stabilisation means you don't really need to carry a monopod or tripod when shooting at f11 and stuff. I've since sold all three lenses and only do macro now, but if I could do it again I would have just kept the 10-18 and 24 and not bought the 10-22. It was also hard to resell and took weeks whereas the 10-18 and 24 sold on eBay almost instantly the same day.


Think this one is a bit sharper, but also think yours is better weather protected and metal build? It's a long time since I researched them.


Seems a good price. I have the EF-S 10-22mm, any benefit in swapping to this one other than IS, STM and the smaller form factor?

Nikon Z50 Mirrorless Camera & 16-50mm f3.5-6.3 VR NIKKOR Z DX £899 at CameraWorld
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Posted 16th MarPosted 16th Mar
Nikon Z50 Mirrorless Camera & 16-50mm f3.5-6.3 VR NIKKOR Z DX £899 at CameraWorld
Great deal on the Nikon Z50 & 16-50mm that looks to be part of a big sale currently available at CameraWorld.
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Seems a bit expensive.


I spotted it now "VR" after checking my alerts, I bought a rift S and now looking for cheap games. I take it VR stands for vibration reduction not virtual reality.


By all accounts an excellent camera and sharing the Z lens mount with full frame was a wise move by Nikon, something Canon must surely regret.


I didn't get a notification for this deal and it is very relevant to my keyword alerts but then this is HKD so who knows.


I have absolutely no idea why I got a notification for this deal, it has no relevance to my keyword alerts. Anybody else?

Panasonic 25mm f/1.7 Lens in Black - H-H025E £99.97 at Jessops
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
Panasonic 25mm f/1.7 Lens in Black - H-H025E £99.97 at Jessops
Panasonic 25mm f/1.7 Lens in Black - H-H025E good price for a prime lens

If oos and you are looking, there are 2 left at £115 - Bristol Cameras




Great lens, bought it for about £130 from Currys ebay a few months back and thought that was a good price!


This or the 20mm f/1.7? This should have more bokeh, being slightly longer?


good lens, 50mm in old money

Samyang 18mm 2.8 Sony FE £223.20 with code @ cameracentreuk on eBay
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Posted 27th FebPosted 27th Feb
Samyang 18mm 2.8 Sony FE £223.20 with code @ cameracentreuk on eBay
£223.20eBay Deals
Great price for a fairly well reviewed wide angle prime lens for Sony FE mount. UK company does full warranty I believe.

Great lens especially for the price. My copy seems to be sharp enough wide open. Its a no brainer when compared to how expensive others are. It also depends how often you would use it.


May be worth ordering and returning if you decide against it? PayPal refund up to 12 transactions return postages a year so nothing lost. If it’s worse at f8 than a zoom at 2.8, it’s a dud.


Brickwork and road signs don't move, the Samyang looks worse at f8 than the zoom at f2.8. Could be a dud lens as you say. The ephotozine samples don't look that hot either but then their reviewers are famous for being complete morons. I've been successfully using a Nikkor AF20mm F2.8 manually adapted to my A7 for landscapes, the images seem sharper than this Samyang but I'm seriously tempted by this price to gain AF and portability. Can't decide.


That's user opinion looking at it, and that test is cr*p. Especially using foliage that moves constantly. That could have also been a dud copy. Also remember, this is a £223 lens, vs a £2000 lens. That Sony looks nice but is an extra £700. These are more favourable: But yeah, I am still not sure on it. Good deal for someone I hope!


Been seriously considering this lens for this price, just this comparison in DPreview kind of puts me off. Its very soft compared with the Sony16-35GM at f/2.8 and even f/5.6. Now that the new Sony 20mm F1.8G is out it'll probably look even worse side by side.

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