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Nikon D3500 Kit AF-P DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens Digital SLR Camera - Black £294 (Delivered) @ eGlobal Central UK
Shipping from ChinaShipping from ChinaFound 5 h, 43 m agoFound 5 h, 43 m ago
Currently £504.99 on Argos or £379.99 on Amazon Voted #1 DSLR camera for beginners on TechRadar - Compact, easy to use, and v… Read more

I wish I didn't have to deal with them. Months on convincing them they messed up on missing parts due to receiving a open product from my gimbal purchase they are asking me to fork out to return their product to them. Certainly wouldn't risk it when it comes to this kinda money.


Very bad seller


great camera very bad VAT dodging seller


Great price, not sure if I want to deal with eGlobal


Great price but 4.5 out of 10 on Trust Pilot with lots of bad reviews. That’s why I chose e infinity for mine

Nikon D7500 Body £949 (£764 after Nikon Cashback) @ Camera World
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Great camera, uk stock
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Finished now. Ran for a whole week sorry


Can't see the trade-in offer on their web site


It's £814 after cashback


Also 2 year warranty for john Lewis... unsure what this is..


I prefer John Lewis.. 1009 185 cash back 85 any camera trade in Total £739

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Nikon D3500 + AF-P DX 18–55 VR Kit - Black - £399 @ Amazon
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Product Description From big days to every day, experience the joy of real photography. The compact D3500 blends premium build quality with outstanding performance. Effortless ope… Read more

"Shame no deals on the body only because i already have a similar lens.". The irony is, when it comes to 'areas' like this, the body alone 'options', OFTEN end up costing as much as, if not wayyyyyy MORE than, the full kitted 'variants' tend to? (the whole shabang basically?). So for my money, would it actually be honestly worth it?, or ... If push comes to shove, buy the full kit, then flog the lenses via eBay, or GumTree, or something?. :-) Job done?!, lol.


That's completely fair. If I knew someone who had a bunch of lenses I could use, I might have stayed with a DSLR. Personally, I try to carry as little camera kit as possible, as I only really use my camera when travelling. To that end, I'll hopefully be moving to the 18-135mm lens after Christmas. That's pretty much the ultimate travel lens on the Sony cropped/APS-C mirrorless side of things. There's nothing inherently wrong with a DSLR and the D3500 is indeed smaller than the D3400 and the previous models in the line. I want to save every gram I can though and that and having USB charging and the better focusing system were big factors for me. I'm more mad at myself than anything, as I recently realised I could save around a kilo of weight by switching cameras, lenses and using a smaller, lighter tripod. I always travel with that 10 kilo cabin bag limit, so that's quite a difference.


They indeed are and are aimed at professionals. I moved to a Sony A6000, which was released in the same year as the Nikon D3300 The D3500 is by no means bad, but if someone asked me what to buy for a budget camera now, I'd say a Sony A6300 or A6500, especially given the cashback offers available today from Sony. The single biggest difference is the focusing system and it's a little sad I think that my 2014 A6000 can beat the D3500 in this area.


Maybe but the current Nikon mirrorless are over £2k aren't they? I have 3 lenses from my now broken D90 and would love a small compatible mirrorless camera but that's a big jump in price. The D7xxx series is just too big so i had my eye on this model and this is pretty nice deal. Shame no deals on the body only because i already have a similar lens.


I agree that Mirrorless will take over at some point but I think you are looking at this from the wrong angle (excuse the pun!). Obviously there is now a choice of which route of which way you want to go down and there are pros and cons to each especially in the budget segment. I just received my D3500 yesterday and it looks great. It is smaller than the previous gen and the lightest. I don't see any reason why you would upgrade to this model from any other DSLR, as you say, not much has changed in the last 5 years or so. This is my first DSLR and my main reason for choosing it was the fact I can share (and borrow) my lenses with others so I think that is one of the most important things to consider.

Nikon D3500 DSLR Camera with AFP DX 18-55mm Lens - £389 @ Argos
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Even if you've never picked up a DSLR camera, you can take beautiful pictures with D3500. It's as easy to use as a point-and-shoot, but it takes beautiful DSLR photos and videos th… Read more

It does say Prime, same day available too


Yes but check prices at Curry’s, Amazon etc. We got my sons from the Argos eBay outlet using one of the eBay codes but that was about 6 months ago.


Am I correct in thinking this is the VR version for £20 more ?[8645340]:bottomSlider:P1:OHAT:alternative:8665351:jTlnLK5ihcu97oDF3mpX


Is this camera good enough for sports photography?


Looks like lots of places are doing this price including John Lewis. The Amazon deal with the VR lens looks that best, but not sure why it doesn't say "Prime", not 100% if this is coming from Amazon or a 3rd party seller. Was looking at this the other day, seems a great price for a current model so I'm tempted. I remember when the D3300 went under £300 and wish I would've snapped it up. I'd be happy with a D3400 if that goes cheaper.

Nikon D5300 & 18‑55mm f3.5‑5.6G AF‑P DX VR (Black) for £489 Delivered @ cameraworld
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Amazon Selling it for £502 With built-in Wi-Fi, GPS, a large vari-angle LCD, Full HD movies and 24.2 Million Pixels, the Nikon D5300 is a camera that won't let you down or disapp… Read more

Wow ..that's a daaaaashing price.... (y)


yeah i just searched it up and saw the 329 - the 329 is exceptional really and shouldn't be taken as a proper guide to normal pricing (i assume the 329 doesn't show as was instore clearance?)



I think it is the same, only thing I’m not sure on is the lens Edit: don’t want to take away from the deal if it is actually good value. I had a play with one of these a few months ago and the pictures were amazing.


not sure on those but looking at this it doesn't seem so looks kind of average really

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Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 Lens at Argos for £139.99
Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
Currently £139.99 at argos, seem to have stock in most places. Currently it is cheaper by only 10 quid. I was comparing this to the 50mm variant and even with the very similar cost… Read more
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Great lens. Turns a Nikon DSLR into a 'point and shoot'. You really cannot get it wrong.


That link doesn't work


Boasting about my D4? Hardly. You probably don't want to hear about my Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 then... lol


85mm f1.4D is excellent lens, sold metal build. Usage depends on the individual requirement and affordability. As you mentioned yo like object to be standout, this lens does good job. Only drawback is as I mentioned most of Nikon's D lenses looses sharpness when they are wide open. I always say if you can't afford the expensive lenses then better shoot in RAW and learn Adobe Photoshop.


Just ordered one of these. As a strictly family pics snapper i have fancied a prime lens for a while and going with the reviews this fits the bill perfectly for the money. Many thanks to OP , heat added . (y)

Nikon cashback Winter 2018 - up to £275 cashback on seleted Nikon cameras and lenses
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Cashback for few cameras and lenses

Am I right in saying this works on top of retailer discounts too? Hoping to grab a D750 on black friday so this could really make for a good deal


Unlikely. Normally cashback is only for UK stock. I am sure there is a list of authorised dealers on their web site


So does anyone know if this works with e-infinity? They’ve got the D500 at 949 and I’m tempted!


Tells a story when the max cash back in a body is the D750. Its nearly 4 years old now, the D760?? Must be due in the new year. Pity no deals on Z6/Z7 or D850. I’ll just need to wait.


Likewise, d5300 or d3500 depending on price.

Nikon FX 50mm f/1.8D AF Standard Lens - £109 - John Lewis & Partners
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Great lens - good price - UK Stock (y)
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For landscape your current 18-55 kit lens is good enough, get a polarising filter for it and you will see a big improvement. For photos at family functions etc I would get the Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8G DX I would be aiming to snipe one for around the £100 mark in excellent condition on eBay. You will be able to take amazing pictures indoors at functions without a flash and your pictures will look so natural and warm. You will get a nice bokeh (blurry background) which makes your subject really stand out, I like lights in the background that can work well. You will be able to sell it on with little or no loss when you are done with it. The kit lens goes down to 18mm which is pretty wide angle for landscape. Nikon do a 10-20mm DX zoom landscape/wide angle but it costs £300. If I wanted wider I would just use a phone with a very good camera (Samsung S8 £150+ for a 2nd hand one with a cracked screen). Just my opinion... :) I once wanted to get the Nikon 14mm prime (£1400) to do wide angle but came to my senses as I wouldn’t have used it enough to get the value so I went with the 24-70 2.8 (£1100) and it has been to Australia, America, Spain, Greece etc and taken great family pictures and I haven’t regretted it. However I am now thinking of selling the 24-70 zoom and just getting a range of 1.8 fx primes because they offer the best performance/value ratio for a hobbyist and since I have kept my D7000 body (I have D610) I can carry 2 cameras with a 1.8 prime on each and get better pictures than if just carrying a zoom on 1 camera.


Oneday77: What does it not do that you want it to? If you want better image quality but a similar range to what you have. Look for a 17-55mm f2.8. The DX pro lens. I'm still relatively new to photography, only had my D5100 for 2years. I've only got the basic 18-55mm lens. At the moment, I've been just capturing photos at family functions, and the occasional day out somewhere like Alton Towers. I would like a better lens to help take photos in low light at family functions, and an additional lens for landscape photography, for when I go to the countryside like at farms and theme parks etc.


It depends on what type of photography you are interested in. 18-55 is a basic kit lens but good enough for general everyday family pics. If you like the 18-55mm lens but want to upgrade from kit lens inn the same range. I have Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 lens and pic quality is absolutely wonderful. Having 2.8 aperture will give you smoothly blured back ground "Bokeh" and enable low light photography. I also have Nikon 35mm 1.8 lens and it is a fantastic light weight lens. Very fast and 1.8 aperture is brilliant. As you have Crop sensor DSLR 35mm is equivalent of 50mm that every one talk about it on YouTube.


What does it not do that you want it to? If you want better image quality but a similar range to what you have. Look for a 17-55mm f2.8. The DX pro lens.


The 85mm f1.8 G is the muts nuts.

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300 VR Lens  £439 Amazon
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Price alert on this. Cheapest it’s been direct from Amazon for a long time. Great versatile lens to cover almost all your shooting needs while out and about without having to chang… Read more

Please note that this lens will work wonders only on good lighting, eventhough VR might help a bit but still decent lighting a must. This is a compromise which is acceptable for most given the versatile nature of covering full range.


Expired for me What body would go well with this? Edit - if this is the same item, available here I think


1-3 month delivery though, although I know Amazon usually fulfil sooner than time stated. Great price for a versatile DX lens.


Lowest price according history from Camera Price Buster. I got 18-55 and Nikon AF-P 70-300mm VR. Still tempted. For the versatility.


Great price for this lens, it's nearly £200 more at most places. John Lewis seem to be price matching, may be worth looking there for a 2 year warranty. Hot!

Sigma 12-24 mm F4 DG HSM Art Nikon Mount Lens £982.89 @ Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Cheapest it's been in the last year or so (maybe even longer). Not for everyone and you'd only be after this for particular useage. This is from Sigma's 'Art' range which is effec… Read more

Filtears urgh, all that expensive glass and stick a filter on it just no.... going wide wide doesn’t really need fast glass and every mm going wider is like an extra 100mm on a long lens in cost and building.


Oh no you didn’t


You really can't compare a tokina to a Sigma art lens. You get what you pay for!


I wish the Canon mount was this price


11mm is 11mm if you can mount an aspc design lens on aspc its the same as a full frame lens of the same focal length on aspc crop factor is a function of sensor not of the lens the problem comes if you try and mount an aspc lens on a full frame sensor you may not get full sensor coverage

Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Body + 64GB XQD card £2,099 Wex Photo Video
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Well, Nikon has decided to come out and play. They announced the new Z7 45.7MP and Z6 24.5MP Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras yesterday. They are not cheap and only on pre-order, rel… Read more

Search YouTube for battery life test, the battery is good for over 1100 shots per charge and over 2 hours of 4k video per charge.


Just a heads up that you can get the lens and ftz adaptor package for £2,589.77 from BHPhoto with pre-paid VAT and shipping - I don't think it has a memory card though...


Because if they tweak firmware prior to full hands on, in depth and independent reviews, it will fare better. The Z7 has already been in production for a few months. They can’t physically redesign them now. Further firmware changes will be make post release but they won’t release on v1.0 firmware, unless they baseline the releases.


It looks like the response to it has made them stop and think ,if the camera was welcomed that’s the system that would of hit the streets ,don’t think they would have done a massive campaign then show a camera that’s not ready to the press and then say all this ,it doesn’t make sense ,if it’s just firmware why would that stop the release if they can issue firmware downloads when it’s ready to the owners ?


They won’t redesign the hardware. I have seen some issues reported with AF speed, lag on high FPS capture and other firmware related issues. Odds on that is all that is likely, software update per-release.

Nikon 1 VR 70-300mm zoom lens - the definitive lens for Nikon 1 system owners £629.10 inc postage
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Nikon 1 VR 70-300mm zoom lens - the definitive lens for Nikon 1 system owners £629.10 inc postage
£629.10£75917%Wex Photo Video Deals
This zoom lens is the SLR equivalent of 189-810mm and has the highest rated reviews of any lens in the Nikon 1 series. Amazon currently want over £850 for this and I've been after … Read more

Really sorry, it's expired already! They must have only had a few

Free Replacement Peak Design Anchors
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Free Replacement Peak Design Anchors
One for the photogs. Not sure how aware people are of this but Peak Design is currently giving away Version 4 Anchors to anyone that wants some due to an issue they discovered in s… Read more


I hope they ask for a noted timestamp in the photo proof so people can't grab any random pics off Google


Yeah, I got the same email- will have to upload my anchors as proof. Will dig them out over the weekend- although cant remember where i've put them but should be in the drawers somewhere


Don't really understand the need for them :/


Congrats to all the lowlife scalpers that have forced PD to do this. Make me sick. Hopefully us genuine owners will get their replacement.

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm F1.8G Lens £139 @ SRS Microsystems
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm F1.8G Lens £139 @ SRS Microsystems
The Nikon 35mm f/1.8G DX NIKKOR is a 35mm wide aperture lens with high-quality optics and compact dimensions designed for use with Nikon DX format cameras. Features a large maximum… Read more
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Awesome lens great price


I've always wanted to get the 50mm lens, but after seeing recommendations from here and checking out some reviews, I bought this one. Now I have to wait for it to be restocked :|


Everyone who reads into photography always hears about the Nifty Fifty. People then go in to say that a 50mm lens is a must to most kit bags and that it’s very versatile. While most of that is true, that is only advice when using either a full frame or 35mm camera. In the case of of DX Nikon bodies, including the pro level d500. The 35mm should be used as opposed to 50mm. Then just about everything you read about of heat is the equivalent.


Just get it. Magic lens. Takes wonderful pictures without working too hard.


From what i've read, don't bother and wait for the 1.4 when it comes out. One person on a photography forum said the 1.4 was pretty good (Canon only at the moment) but was actually giving the 1.8 away for nothing as it was that bad.

Offer Stack - Extra £50 off Nikon DSLR cameras + Extra 10% off w/code @ Argos / eBay eg Nikon D3400 DSLR 24.2MP 3 Inch Screen 1080p Camera with 18-55mm Lens was £454 now £318.94 Delivered
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Offer Stack - Extra £50 off Nikon DSLR cameras + Extra 10% off w/code @ Argos / eBay eg Nikon D3400 DSLR 24.2MP 3 Inch Screen 1080p Camera with 18-55mm Lens was £454 now £318.94 Delivered
£318.94£39920%eBay Deals
Cracking offer on 2 Nikon DSLR cameras at Argos eBay. Extra £50 off already discounted prices (discount auto applied in basket) PLUS Extra 10% Off with code. Get deal link should g… Read more

Anyone recommend a good case/bag for this camera and VR lens??


I still have my D50 I got a 50mm prime for it when I bought a d5100, which I am finding limiting and seriously considering the d500 now The 3xxx series are nice cameras I think it was worth getting a 5xxx due to the fully articulating screen, been very handy


Can anyone link a decent carry bag, not too bulky? Extra points for Amazon or Argos, need it before Tuesday to take on hols. Cheers


Looks like a fair deal. Ordered the VR. My little TZ60 got sand in the lens last month forcing a replacement. I'm going for a bigger camera this time, hopefully it will not be a mare to use! If any one can link a newbies guide to dslr cameras, please do! Heat added


Took me ages to find it for some reason it doesn’t come up in the listings on my iPad. £333 after discount, just ordered it

Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S Standard Lens £189 (£144 after Nikon cash back) at John Lewis
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S Standard Lens £189 (£144 after Nikon cash back) at John Lewis
Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S Standard Lens £144 after Nikon cash back (£45) 2 years guarantee. Others lenses and cameras included ( up to £275 cash back)

I personally don't like the way Jessops present some of the products on their site that have a promotion, where they state the price after cashback first (with price you pay today in red). Then other items the red text is for the amount you save:


same price with Jessops and Amazon.


For anyone who is curious like I was (from the Nikon promotion T&Cs): Nikon UK Ltd cannot accept claims against products purchased from eBay (whether listed as new or used). Purchases from Amazon will only be accepted when made directly from and not from 3rd party sellers on Amazon Marketplace, whether fulfilled by Amazon or not.

Nikon D500 - Body Only £1619 + £185 Cashback + £20 off on Nikon 100th anniversary strap @ Jessops
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Nikon D500 - Body Only £1619 + £185 Cashback + £20 off on Nikon 100th anniversary strap @ Jessops
£1,619£1,79910%Jessops Deals
Here's a nice offer from Jessops. £1434 After cashback. Also £20 off on Nikon 100th Limited Edition anniversary strap. A Nikon 100th Anniversary, limited edition Leather Camera Str… Read more

I have for months (embarrassed) einfin seem to be cheapest - wife's gonna kill me one night and a few too many beers ...


I use grey imports all the time....check out the likes of Panamoz, Digital Rev and HDew too (y)


big saving very tempting, then there's the A7iii arghhh


Few people and myself have used them a few times on....never had any problems


Yeah I know it's a grey import but the price is tempting - anyone had problems with what they ordered?

Nikon Cashback - Upto £275 back on Lenses and DSLR's
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Nikon Cashback - Upto £275 back on Lenses and DSLR's
Nikon Cashback is back! Get up to £275 off lenses and DSLRs.
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No real discount on camera bodies as retailers have steadily increased their prices in recent weeks anticipating the summer cashback. Why no D610 on offer?

Nikon D7500 Camera Body with 18 - 140 mm VR Digital DSLR Kit - Black £1112.29 @ Amazon + Nikon post-purchase Cashback
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Nikon D7500 Camera Body with 18 - 140 mm VR Digital DSLR Kit - Black £1112.29 @ Amazon + Nikon post-purchase Cashback
£1,112.29Amazon Deals
This for the Nikon D7500 body and the Nikon 18/140 lens. Make sure you select Amazon as the seller. I've been watching and waiting for the price point to drop for months... Went … Read more

Decided to go for it and glad I did as the price has gone up now. Will be a nice upgrade from d3100. Thanks mfktemp for postingand be2st for mentioning cashback.


Done, thanks


Thanks be2st for sharing this great offer. I have added this to the description, and will be claiming the cashback for myself (cheeky)


Incredible! Op- repost this deal with the cashback included in the price


Wow thanks for this. Very tempted now! Further to your update in the OP, Amazon is approved as long as it's sold by Amazon and not just fulfilled by them.

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