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Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm lens, Remote and Extra Battery £329.99 with code Currys in store collection
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
NIKD50 code for £50 off at collection Brilliant price for this bundle, seems to be plenty of stock around for collection....

It's Him...yes, learnt a lesson here! Luckily I managed to reserve one in Nottingham which wife is picking up later today as on a course there, lucky me 8)


True enough sir :D The photographer makes the photo


Your reading is correct: technique, rather than equipment is most likely to be the problem here. Spend £10 on a book (I recommend The KISS Guide to Photography (Keep it Simple Guides) ) to upgrade your technique, rather than hundreds on equipment (which still won't help if your technique isn't right!)


If you're already invested in decent Canon lenses, you're probably better off upgrading your Canon body.


The zoom will depend on the lens you use. An 18-55 is fine for day-to-day use, but you'll probably want a long telephoto lens (i.e. at least 200mm) for bird photography. If you're serious about it, most of your money (by far!) will go on the lens rather than the body!

Nikon KeyMission 170 4K Action Camera  £139.99  Amazon
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Dynamic, 170° ultra-wide-angle action video with e-VR 4K UHD video recording and monitor size is 1.5 inch diagonal Waterproof, shock-resistant and Dustproof - ready for the tough… Read more

Good soft for removing wide angle effect?


Decent price. Being waterproof and shockproof with the need for a case is a massive bonus. Especially if you want to get audio from your video


very tempted. Its not a Gopro 5 but then again it's 40% cheaper than a GP5.... Decisions decisions.....


great deal


Is this no good?

Canon M6 Mirrorless Camera (silver body only)  - Kit with EF-M 15-45 is £546 - Amazon Spain
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Price based on Amazon conversion rate and includes shipping!



Good camera, very light and portable. I've been using it for a year now and it's great. The autofocus is excellent which makes taking pictures and shooting video very enjoyable.


Seems ok! Think I paid this from Amazon UK including canon cashback. Nice camera but hate the interface which is like a cross between a DSLR and a powershot. Great besides that and nice and compact.

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Tamron AF 28-75mm f/2.8 Constant Apature Zoom Lens, NIKON FIT - £203.99 @ eGlobal Central
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
"Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical IF Macro Lenses is the smallest and lightest standard lens of its class. It belongs to the Super performance class of Tamron lenses … Read more
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The point is that people need to be aware of who the are buying from and the risks. Many of the regulars on HUKD will be very familiar with eglobal but a lot of others will not. In essence, if everything goes to plan, you will receive the product described at a great price. However, if the product is damaged or broken, returns are at your cost and there are many reviews indicating that it can be difficult or impossible to get a replacement product or refund. If the product breaks during the normal warranty period, it is unlikely to be covered by the manufacturer. Having said this, with a lens, if it works on arrival, it is likely to keep working and so your main issue would be a doa product. For a lot of people, the discount available will justify them taking this risk. For others, they will prefer to buy second-hand through Amazon Warehouse or a local camera shop.


I have purchased a couple of lenses from eglobal and they have been fine


its not a ridiculous comment, many people would prefer 2nd hand over the risk from this very poorly rated overseas seller


Ridiculous comment, of course 2nd hand should be cheaper but that is not what the OP was listing.


I tried to buy on amazon warehouse - was more expensive but thought I would be safer, Amazon sent me a Canon Fit TWICE! I cast my net winder and this was as cheap as I could find for brand new

Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM Art Lens for Nikon £471 @ Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
This is a great price if you are into Nikon. Only issue, ships within 1-3 weeks.
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Sigma art are the best lenses out there. This 50mm lens is much sharper than the Nikon 50mm 1.4g. I wish the 85mm ones were the same price as this. I used his 35mm and 85mm art lens on my d600 I purchased recently and photos were superb.




Never read that ,I know when reviewed by the Nikon magazine it scored best on test and highly recommended I’ve not had any problems with mine


Just bought the 150 -600 sport and this is also superb quality these lenses unlike most Nikon and others are made in Japan not Korea or Taiwan that should tell you something about quality


And sigma is still a 3rd party lens so can have some minor compatibility issue even though they have improved over the years

NIKON Aculon T11 8-24 x 25 mm Binoculars - Black £98.99 @ Currys
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
The price has just dropped from £139.99. Next best price is Jessops £129.99. Other colours available for an extra pound. Good price for these with good reviews. 10 year Guarante… Read more
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I've been out of the trade for a while now so I don't know all the latest models. Spec wise, I think you'd struggle to do better than a good 8x42 or a 10x42 (where the first number is magnification and the second number is the diameter of the front lens in mm). As you go up in magnification, your own natural hand shake also becomes magnified. Don't assume that higher magnification is always best. If you're out all day, the comfort factor of being able to hold a good pair of 8x (sometimes even 7x) steady can be the real winner. Certainly the larger 42mm lenses should let plenty of light in for use in the early morning and later evening and give you a comfortable field of view for spotting wildlife. Hope that helps, enjoy your safari!


Some things to consider mentioned in this thread :


Any tips for the best spec to take on safari ? Thanks


Looking for a pair of binoculars for someone to take on safari and will probably will be a 1 time use just for the trip .... Any recommendations ?


No, I was wondering what they were like as well.

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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.


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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.

Canon EOS M6 with EF-M 15-45mm kit, Amazon Germany for £536.77
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Amazon Germany has a discount on the Canon EOS M6 with EF-M 15-45mm kit Also have a 70euro off voucher (just tick the box) Would have a euro power plug, but would think you can cha… Read more

If it's bulky, it's not for me, prefer something that can fit in a jacket pocket, like the m6. I also got an a7ii that don't use much, because of the bigger size. If you decide to stay in the system, I strongly suggest to get the 22mm and 11-22mm, I don't think there is anything similar quality/size/price wise in the other systems. Together with a cheap and cheerful 50stm with adapter, you are covered for most situations.


It just feels really bulky and cheap compared to other mirrorless cameras to be honest. I've tried a few and was hoping this was going to be the one, but sadly not. The camera itself is very quick between the menus etc ( I have the g1x mark iii and it's the same). I'd suggest going and trying it out in Jessops though if you already have the others as you might like it. Still i have 30 days to return so might grow on me.


Is it feels cheap/plasticky? Or there is an issue with the controls/menus/operation? I've got the m1/m2/m3, all very good built quality/touch screen imo, but very sluggish in operation, always missing the right moment.


What do you mean? In the way it feels?


What's is the issue(s)?

Nikon D810 body only - £1,999.00 @ Currys
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
OK, so it's been replaced by the D850 now, but this is a stonking price for a non-grey import 36MP pro DSLR at £400 cheaper than elsewhere in the UK. For those seriously consideri… Read more

Budget for a new computer as well to process the huge files! :-)


I guess either £2k for a camera sounds a lot to many people, or as the poster above puts it, they are cheaper through grey import. This is a great price for a UK sourced camera with two year warranty, even if it's freezing on here :D


£510 cheaper for a grey import on ebay.


Why so cold?


Not so sure to be honest, but my wife was shooting pro stuff with a D810 and the basic 50/1.8G with beautiful results. I believe DXOMark benchmark lenses with different bodies, so you should be able to compare results there for the D810 v D610 or D750 with the same lenses.

Tomtom 5200 WiFi £189 Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
TomTom GO 5200 with WiFi - Lifetime World Maps, Traffic, Handsfree - SIM and Data Included down to £189 at Amazon. Great deal add heat

It was on amazon deal of the day. 24hr thing. Sorry you missed it. Mine arrived today. I have 15 of these units for my minibuses a mix of 5100 and 5200 but the 5200 is a super bit of kit. The stand is modified from the 5100 and is more robust, the WiFi updates are so easy compared to earlier models where you had to update on pc. And the traffic feature on this model with alternate route you don’t even have to accept the route and the amount of time the save. Pay for themselves in wages for me in no time. This is the cheapest I’ve ever seen them. The tend to go for more than this 2nd hand on eBay.


amazing deal but its showing up as £225.98 . please advice


Heat added. Have been watching this for a while and was pinged an alert from the camel people of the price drop. I have an old Garmin with lifetime maps that no longer receives traffic updates so considering defecting. It does annoy me that the support period (for Garmin or Tom Tom) is so short. I prefer a sat nav and save my phone battery.


I saw it and I wouldn't want it in my car - but as I say its personal preference ......


I've got one of these start up time is seconds. I also use my phone at times. But this Tom Tom is excellent. With traffic warnings etc.

Nikon AF-S 200-500 £1122 (£1022 with trade-in) @ John Lewis
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Great price for a wonderful lens. Simply hand in, an old camera accessory, next time you at a John Lewis store, to avail of the £100 discount. I doubt they'll even check if you'v… Read more
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Great bang for you pound. Pretty much flawless AF and VR in Botswana this year and not too heavy or unwieldy.


A constant f5.6 as opposed to the usual f5.6-f6.3 at this range.


Still very good for this focal length. If you're looking at f2.8, or even f4, you'll be looking at spending thousands more.


Was gonna get the Nikon but ended up with Sigma 150-600 lens and can highly recommend it as a cheaper alternative!


f5.6 :|

Canon Ef 75-300MM F/4.0-5.6 Iii Filter Size 58mm Zoom Lens (Not Usm) - £99.99 (£3.95 Delivery) @ Littlewoods on eBay
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Description: The optical system, construction, and exterior are the same as the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM The difference is that it uses a DC motor instead of a USM to drive… Read more
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Awful lens even tripod mounted and remote fired; spend a few quid more for a real bargain IS or Tamron VC. CANON MAKE THESE TO FILL A SUB 100 quid zoom void, nothing more. They are good at filling that price catchment, but pretty lack lustre as a lens


The description should mention a refurbished item. You should check at For UK warranty product, the cheapest at the moment from Mathers Sorry it's cold here. Even this new item one is cheaper (Probably a grey market one) And I agree 55-250 IS is much better.


Is it not the same as the one that Amazon is selling for 88.19? And TBH it would be wise to spend a bit more and take 55-250 IS.

Nikon D500 (UK Version) £1499.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Lowest price I've seen for this camera. I know it is currently OOS but if you are not in a rush then the price will be honoured (usually) when it comes back in stock. This is a UK … Read more

Yeah, I can't wait to try out the A7iii at the local camera shop. And then I'll leave with a Nikon.


well i took your comment to mean with as long reach :) looks nice lens for a decent price if you can lift it (strong) more like a bazooka (ninja)


That's kind of the point. They don't have anything quite as big!!




nothing is quite as big as that either ;)

NIKON KeyMission 80 Action Camcorder Silver + Base Adapter AA-1A Tripod Head - Black + ET-AA1 Tripod Adapter - Black £99 at Currys
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
INSTORE ONLY BUNDLE OFFER ON nikon keymission 80 170 and 360 1)… Read more

Not voting hot or cold - I've been looking at the Key Mission 80 for a while but the reviews and the ltd spec (1m waterproof, built in battery, mediocre video) put me off at £239 - but £99 starts to makes it a bit more interesting. But then what more does it do than a good smartphone ?


Be sure to read reviews before going for this. I did and it put me off!


Diffrent cam from web link, cam from the pic cost £199


pic shows the 360 not the 80. Good deals though.

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.

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. 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 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).

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