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GoPro HERO7 Black Action Camera £199.97 at Jessops
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The GoPro HERO7 Black is the most advanced GoPro yet. Features include HyperSmooth stabilisation which gives you gimbal-like super-steady video and a new intelligent photo mode del… Read more
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the cover looks like its pretty tight so can't really see sand being that much of an issue, i dont own one of these yet was actually gonna get one but from all reviews ect ive seen watched noone seems to have said the extra glass is an issue,its same as running nd filters on older models or using the water proof case imho. the 7 is a fantastic camera , cant fault it at all especially at the price it was on this deal, I have an 8 solely as the difference in the hyper smooth , time warp and ability to take raw photos was better for my needs. I genuinely think gopro made a huge mistake by not having a removal lense and sure the 9 when it finally arrives will bring it back


Yeah but that seems like too much of a compromise of having more glass on the front and it still wouldn’t keep sand from getting in between.


Yeah unavailable now, would have grabbed one


You can buy a sleeve now that has a lens that can be replaced if damaged ( costs about £9 if you use the GoPro plus half price trick) For some reason GoPro decided not to add a lanyard loop innit like the other cover so I'm sure third party ones will soon pop up


that saved me £200 quid !!!!

OLYMPUS OM-D E-M10 Mark III Mirrorless Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42 mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ & ED 40-150 mm f/4-5.6 R Lens £419.97 CurrysPCWorld
Posted 7 h, 44 m agoPosted 7 h, 44 m ago
16.1 megapixels Four Thirds / 17.3 x 13 mm Live MOS sensor Built-in WiFi / GPS / Bluetooth 3" tiltable LCD touchscreen 8.6 fps in continuous shooting mode

The 14-42 EZ is the pancake lens that is very portable and extend when being used.


Nobody here has a single clue about finance, M&A's or anything. 'Liquidate stocks' lmao (lol) You're right Olympus will continue to exist and your warranties will be fine. JIP are carving the company out ut the obligations and liabilities still exist. They don't just vanish... They've got lenses coming as announced today. Most likely what will happen is a considerable scope reduction. The E-M1X will probably be scaled back or eliminated. The E-M1 and M5 line will probably get price reductions to be competitive too...who wants an M1 when you get get CaNikon A7s with that cash.


I thought the pancake lens was a fixed angle/magnification lens. 14-42 is approximately a 3x zoom.


That doesn't necessarily mean they're going? They've carved out the business to another investor and today announced 3 new lens designs for the M43 system. My company has just done something similar and I'm still here working on the same products under a slightly different brand under the same name while the original owners are no longer majority share holders


Fair enough, surely u can pay by credit card and get that protection? Also I am inclined to think most of these manufacturers repairs are done by a ⅓ party, I could be very wrong.

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 9-18 mm F4.0-5.6 Lens (MFT Lens) £294.97 @ Amazon UK
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Had my eye on this for a long time, a wide angle lens (18mm full frame equivalent). Three camels sent me an alert saying it has dropped quite a bit today. The M.Zuiko Digital ED … Read more

Price gone back up


I had one too - it's a disappointing lens, but if you want a cheap UWA lens for M43 then there's not much choice. EDIT: Actually the 9mm body cap lens is quite good for the money & not much worse than this.


Good price but had one and didn't love it. Not very sharp, not great contrast, plastic build quality. Sold it in the end.


Reviews from those that have it? Good quality? Wonder how it stacks up against the Pro model


oh god. another day, another lens.

Dual Battery Charger + Battery (HERO6 Black/HERO5 Black/HERO 2018) (GoPro Official Accessory) £34.97 Amazon
Posted 9 h, 40 m agoPosted 9 h, 40 m ago
Conveniently charge two GoPro batteries simultaneously with the Dual Battery Charger. Charges via any USB port. For up to 45% faster charging use with GoPro Supercharger (Int… Read more

You might want to add ‘GIFT05‘ as part of your deal for an extra £5a off (angel)


Thanks for this, bud. Only cost £20 with promo credit (y)


ah soz guys, got all excited there!


The same happened to me. Was gutted as they were so much cheaper than elsewhere. Its just a tease (skeptical)


Deffo can’t buy it direct without buying a camera I’m afraid. Found that a year ago when trying to use 20% off codes

PlayStation VR inc Headset + Camera + GT Sport + VR Worlds £165.65 Like New [Damaged Packaging] @ Amazon Warehouse France (£159.75 fee free)
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£165.65 if paying in GBP, otherwise approx £159.75 if paying using fee free card. Price includes shipping to the UK. Note translated condition: The item will be delivered in the … Read more

None currently at this price.


Bagged one for £157... perhaps the availability is sporadic


Missed it DOH!!!

PlayStation VR PSVR inc. Headset + Camera + VR Worlds £175.08 Like New [Damaged Packaging] @ Amazon Warehouse Germany (or £168.88 fee free)
Posted 22 h, 59 m agoPosted 22 h, 59 m agoShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
£175.08 if paying in GBP, otherwise approx £168.88 if paying using fee free card. Price includes shipping to the UK. Note translated condition: The item will be delivered in the … Read more

Thanks, I notice this doesn't include the move hand controllers though :(


Check very last page of results “wide neu”


Nothing decent going in the region of £175 now



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Olympus EZ-M7530 M.Zuiko Digital 75-300 mm 1:4.8-6.7 Lens II, Suitable for All MFT Cameras at Amazon £247.97
Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
Product Description This M.Zuiko Digital 75-300 mm F4.8-6.7 II (150-600 mm*) Super Telephoto Lens from Olympus has a powerful zoom for all needs. Its desi… Read more

I have ordered this but thinking I should cancel & wait for a price drop on the 100-300 Lumix, although I know it'll never be cheaper than this.


I have the 12-200, very handy and I'm finding that the 30mm macro is hardly used. This one is another handy lens.




Thanks ordered


Currys have price matched for those interested

Thule legend go pro case - £5.99 delivered at Currys_clearance / eBay
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Looks decent for £6. Designed for GoPro but with Eva foam inside you could change to house whatever you want. Crushproof, padded compartment holds GoPro® camera, LCD backpack, r… Read more
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There was only 8 left to start with


Depends what you buy it for... I bought it for the lock for my Thule bike rack, will be perfect in this.


It was only 20.8 x 16 x 9.9 cm, so not very good value anyway


It’s out of stock already 😄



Discount of most/all photographic things Olympus including accessories
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Discount of most/all photographic things Olympus including accessories . Note shipping is free for items £30 or more. May end soon I think this has expired now (1st of July) but i… Read more
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Me too but bought into this system when I needed reach and didn't want Fuji 100-400.


Sod IQ then eh.....




But people nowadays (myself included) feel lost without their mobiles. A phone can be slipped into a pocket. A camera generally can't. Traditionally it was slung round you neck. Somehow that looks slighlly eccentric nowadays, unless you're a tourist :) Do people need the resolution of cameras? The first thing you're likely to do is reduce it in size, for manipulation and even more if you're going to email it. Ok, you can select an area with only a small reduction in quality. You can of course completely manually control aperture and speed and ISO, but these features are becoming available on phone cameras, as are interchangable lens.


I'm a Fuji user but I love the tiny size of the Olympus kit!

Gopro hero 8 black £255.98 new accounts at Very
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
New via very account. You need a new account though

Clearly you can get 50 cameras off for this lol


Yea nearly jumped on that but prefer uk warranty myself. Each to their own i guess


Nope just use code welcome at checkout


Do you sign up as a new customer and get a code emailed to you ?


There was one from german amazon for around £238 4hrs ago. Expired quickly. Heat from me tho

Elephone Ecam X 1080P HD Webcam with 5.0 Megapixels camera for £11.67 delivered @ Geekbuying
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th JunShipping from ChinaShipping from China
This is a really cheap webcam, for £11.67 including delivery from China. 1080p full HD webcam with a 5 Megapixel camera, can't really complain. It means you don't have to have your… Read more

I feel for you. A little after the £16.67 deal, it was reduced a couple of quid further, so I re-ordered at the reduced price and asked them to cancel the previous one, cos I knew I'd get hit with customs otherwise, because my-luck[tm].


That's what mine looked like. I tried before to get the film off and swore blind that there was no film and I was messing it up further. NARRATOR: There was actually a film on it and she did eventually manage to pull it off.


High res and very wide angle field of view for a laptop camera?


Dammit! Lol. You're so right. I've got longish fingernails and even they wouldn't do it. I had to use a plastic spadger/pry tool to get it started. Ta-da!


Hi you were lucky. this is what I got, as mentioned in my previous post.

CANON Zoemini C Instant Camera - Yellow for £45.97 delivered (with code) @ Currys / eBay
07/07/2020Expires on 07/07/2020Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Nice pocket sized instant camera and printer for a low price. Use code PRICE8 at checkout + Free delivery Capture a moment forever Take fun photos to share and enjoy insta… Read more
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OP, would this code work across the site or just for cameras or something like that? Thanks.

Canon 2000d camera £299.98 at Costco Coventry
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th JunLocalLocal
Hi all. Just popped into Costco Coventry and came across this deal for a canon 2000d camera, with a bag and 16gb memory card. All this for 299 inc vat I Can’t find cheaper than … Read more
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Totally outdated even at launch.


Jl £399


Yup, goes for about 300 second hand


Is this worth it tho? How much is it originally

GoPro HERO8 Black £238.48 @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Good price for this product. Ensure the €83 voucher has been applied before checking out. The reimagined shape is more pocketable, and folding fingers at the base let you swap m… Read more
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Blimey the Germans can’t be buying much there are loads of deals on here today from Amazon Germany. (shock)


Think it's time to upgrade my Hero 5 Black


£255 with very account if you use code welcome and create a new very account. Just FYI prefer UK warranty myself


To be honest I am glad I missed this, that would have been another £200+ gone, as that price was amazing.


i was one click away dammit, ah well

Fujifilm XF10 Refurbished Digital compact camera £252.33 delivered at Fujifilm Shop
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Price drop on the XF10 APS-C point and shoot today at Fujifilm’s refurbished store. Available in black or champagne gold
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(y) Thanks for sharing @peahunter1


No, this has a sensor the same size as a lot of DSLRs and will produce comparable photos, it just doesn't have interchangeable lenses. Whether that is good or bad depends what you want it for - this is great to fit in a pocket, rubbish to zoom in on something.


I guess what I was asking was, for everyday photos that you'd look at on a phone / tablet and possibly print off smallish then a phone is more than enough, if you wanted to get into photography seriously or wanted something you could print off larger or with a lot more detail you'd go for a DSLR. These compact cameras seem to be treading an awkward middle - ground that seems to be diminishing. I'm sure this is a fantastic camera, but hopefully you understand my point.


It's so strange how often camera deals on here end up with people on about using phones. It doesn't matter if you use it for 20 foot posters or images on Instagram, a camera with a larger sensor (so this vs the phone in question is around 4x as big) captures more light, more information. In practice this will mean better low light performance, better dynamic range, less noise. This applies as much to photos you use on Instagram as ones you use for a large print. If you aren't bothered about this because you are happy with photos from your phone, that's fine, but whatever you use this for it will give you better photos.


If you want to print an image bigger than 10x8in you need a camera in my opinion. If only post on Facebook & Instagram or make 6x4in prints then a phone is enough. I have this camera and the image quality is amazing. Auto focus can be a bit slow but I'm used to focusing manually anyway. Sure, there are pocket cameras out there with more features but in my opinion none of them equals this one in terms of image quality (if you learn how to use it properly) for this sort of money. Heat added.

Fujifilm 3 for 2 Superia 400 35mm 36 Exposure £17.98 + Click and Collect / £1.99 delivery @ Jessops
Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Just rooting through a box of old cameras and found a Konica point and shoot that I forgot I had. Decided to buy a roll to give it a test and came across this 3 pack at Jessops. Us… Read more

Well, drum scanned film can reach as high as 709mp and beyond as far as resolution goes, which beats out every digital camera there is. The potential for film is practically limitless compared to digital. The megapixel race reached a "good enough" level at 12mp in terms of digital, most people aren't enthusiastic enough about photography to know anything about it and a lot felt cameras reached a "good enough" point years ago. Megapixels are just marketing jargon now and aren't really important. The more important thing is your choice of lens and expert use of lighting for a high quality image. Instagram compresses every image down to 1mp no matter what so photographers are forced to make eye catching images which stop you mindlessly scrolling for a few seconds.


In essence, there is no "best" with photography. I mean, you could go all the way from a plastic junk Canon Rebel with the lens in the box up to large format on film, but image quality is always somewhat subjective. The difference of a wedding shot on film medium format vs your typical APSC camera will be noticeable to most people when they're shown a side-by-side, but a lot of couples seem to cheap out when it comes to wedding photography. Or they get their friend who picked up a Canon a few months back to shoot it for them, which never ends well. I'm not a wedding photographer myself but know a lot of them. Always interesting to hear their perspectives.


Clients want value and most photographers nowadays are not confident at shooting something without live view. You can shoot off a thousands photographs from a digital camera without any more expense than shooting off 100. The most celebrated and expensive wedding photographers today shoot medium format film, typically a Contax 645 with Fujifilm Pro 400h or Kodak Portra, but most people cannot afford these photographers. See Jose Villa for example. As a wedding photographer myself I am some expert on this matter. I would much rather shoot with my Hasselblads, but clients will not pay for the difference. The qualities of film photography cannot be so easily quantified as digital cameras, however there are certain tests such as this one that have some credence and compare different formats as well as 35mm digital cameras and medium format digital backs 12mp digital may be comparable to 35mm but that's about it. Here's a comparison for quick reference if you are concerned only with resolution: and the crop Btw - the IQ180 is a £40,000 digital back with an 80 megapixel sensor - the Mamiya 7 is a '90s rangefinder that can be had for around £1300 on a good day and you can safely lug up a mountain :) A 4x5 camera and quality lens could be had for around £500 and will give you access to essential lens functions of tilt, shift and rise that allow you to shoot architecture and landscapes like no other camera.


is there any website that does a dxomark like comparison between analog and digital prints. I read somewhere that after 12mpix digital overtook analog pics.


so why do pro photography all use DSLR nowdays? We hired pro photographers for our wedding and all used either Canon or Sony high range DSLRs. Obviously better than my dslr (canon 80d)

The Olympus Pen E‑PL9 Pancake Kit with ED 14‑42mm F3.5‑5.6 lens - £359.10 delivered using code @ Olympus Shop
Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
A modern classic version of the Olympus Pen (as originally used by at least one famous photographer :) ) Better photographs with no fuss and a beautiful camera to take them on … Read more

And that's fair. IMHO, best price doesn't always equal a good deal, but I guess that's why the comment sections are there - for people to debate it :)


I do know this, if you've read one of my comments, my principle is basically to vote something hot if it is cheaper now than it was. Of course you can comment on the value, people post deals of 1 or 2%, the deal here 38% off, which is substantial and unmatched anywhere AFAICS


This is a deal site. We're literally here to vote on deals we think are good or bad, and in turn, discuss them. And give advice, or opinions. But you know this.


I didn't realise you had already bought the Mark III. So you're just here to say this is not such good value as the Mark III? Well sorry, I can't help that, Olympus set the prices and the discounts.


I don't know what you mean "take it up wit Olympus". I went with the Mark III and I'm perfectly happy with that.

Fujifilm X-T3 Mirrorless Digital Camera £899 @ Amazon
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Decent price drop body only in black Back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, boasting a resolution of 26.1MP 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF with a high magnification rat… Read more

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Personally I prefer the X-T20, which I owned for a while and that 18-55 lens is excellent, definitely prefer it over the canon kit lens (which I had with a canon 80D).




If you plan to add more lenses in the near future though, the Canon lenses are normally way cheaper than their Fuji counterparts. The Fuji lenses might have better image quality, but the system as a whole lack budget options for some focal lengths.


If you don’t have any plan of adding any more lenses, either of them should be fine. It is really hard to find a bad camera nowadays really. Again, if you don’t have any plan of adding more lenses, I think X-T20 might have some advantages over the 750D, because the kit lens is better, and X-T20 has better and more tactile controls for learners. The jpegs from X-T20 might be more pleasing than those from Canon too for beginners don’t want to get too deep into post-processing yet. Some gotchas though, to get the absolutely best sharpening results from the Fuji X-Trans bodies like X-T20, Capture One or Iridient is recommended rather than Lightroom, but probably not something you should worry about yet. I have also found X-T20 got some relatively high failure rate of internal battery failure which cost a couple of hundred quid to fix. I might be paranoid, but it might be worth of having a warranty in place or sell it when the warranty runs out.

ESDDI F5 Camera Monitor 5 Inch Full HD IPS Screen Sold by ESDDISHOP and Fulfilled by Amazon £111.99
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Good for photography and motion capture. Panel Size:5.0 inch IPS Resolution:1920 x 1080 pixels Pixel Density:440 PPI Dot Pitch:0.0571 (H) x 0.019 (W) mm Aspect Ratio:16:9 Viewing… Read more

In theory it should but it is not Touch screen and for the purpose of Raspberry Pi, this seems very expensive. Something like this is better for Pi: Raspberry pi 7 in touch screen And its cheaper than this one!


I have a similar monitor, while practically the 4K badge is to trick people into thinking it is a 4K screen, technically it probably means it accepts a 4K signal that it will then display at 2K.


How's this 4k? Resolution is 1920


Silly question:shouldn't this work as monitor for a Raspberry PI?

Fujifilm X-A7 Mirrorless Camera (Dark Silver) with Black XC15-45mm Lens (Deal of the day) £499 @ Amazon
Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Great camera And price for this, great bit of kit for sub £500, cheapest it's ever been £699 at wex,. Curry's and John Lewis Description Featuring a vary-angle 3.5" Touc… Read more
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There's no doubting the 1 inch sensors are better but I am more than happy with my FZ 330 bridge camera as a newcomer to photography. I just can't be carting a big and expensive lens around and for my use I need decent zoom capability. Even 600mm isn't enough at times. The RX 10 seems ideal for me but it's too much to pay atm. Bridge cameras lose out on quality but wins on portability and ability to get shots you can't without decent zoom. You can learn photography with one and for much cheaper. But I know for some a "proper" camera is the goal. Just my view anyway.

LD2DVD I have used them for secondhand and service is very good. You should find something there to fulfil your needs, also good for lenses. I have used a few cameras. Found Fuji and Nikon have a very good menu system. Not used Canon for a long time but have no reason to think their menus are not good. Could not get on with Sony menu system. I have Olympus and Panasonic and their menus are not great either. Fuji just seem to know what a photographer wants. Nikon used to be like that but seem to have lost their way.


Thank you! Wow, yeah it looks like a X-T100 kit is about £250 here, which makes me a little more optimistic about what should be available at the £500 mark. As for the lens cost, I thought lenses were generally expensive anyway so I'm not super surprised by these prices but I'm definitely intrigued now that you've suggested that there are more reasonably priced lenses out there - what systems are better for a good range of well-priced lenses? Just having a glance at this shows several 'Sony E Mount', 'Nikon' and 'Canon' lenses, as well as a few for micro four-thirds cameras, but being that these are specifically cheap ones, I'm not sure if it's representative of how the lenses cost for those cameras in general.


£600 for X-T100 is super expensive. Go to Fuji Refurbished site if you are really into the Fuji camera. You probably will need to wait for it to be in stock (if ever...): While you are there, also go to the page for the Fuji lenses and see if the prices will scare you away from the Fuji system :D :


Thank you all for the great advice! Sorry about this lengthy comment. Thank you, it definitely did help! I don't mind operating difficulty, I've checked out the M100 and it looks like it's currently cheaper than this on Amazon (£400) with a 15-45mm lens and not the additional 55-200mm (which currently costs about £270 on Amazon), so waiting for the Currys offer would be a great bet. It looks like the M100 is slightly lower spec than this X-A7, based only on this - but the only notable differences to me are that this has 4K video and a flash hot-shoe. Thank you, this motivated me to actually look up what the deal was with viewfinders (I remember using cameras with them as a child and being all too happy that they were replaced by digital screens). Having only just looked up the advantages of having a viewfinder: the mechanical stability, quick framing and resistance to less-than-ideal lighting conditions seem like good reasons to have one. Found a few alternatives to this, like the Sony A6400 (which looks to be about double the cost so it's very much out of the running) and the Panasonic Lumix GX8 (which I haven't been able to find in stock, but I'm happy to wait). Do you have any particular alternatives in mind that you think I should keep an eye out for? Thank you for the recommendations! It looks like the biggest functional differences between the X-T10, X-T1 and the X-A7 are that the former have viewfinders and the latter can shoot 4k video. In terms of pricing I haven't been able to find any used for a similar price to this. I also checked out the X-T100, which looks like it has similar functionality to the X-A7 as well as an EVF and a quick search has a refurb on Amazon for about £600 so I'm sure a better price could be found elsewhere with a little waiting, do you think this is any good as an alternative to the ones you suggested? Thank you, that was very helpful! I feel like all of those decision (lens type, brand, etc) are something that I'll be able to answer only once I've had some experience, but really my only experience with photography was with point-and-shoots several years ago and, now, capturing the odd horrendous photograph using my phone. In terms of my needs, a point and shoot or a phone definitely would (and currently does) suffice, but I'd like to be better - really, what I'd like from this (or an alternative) is to have room to explore photography so that I can start understanding it (in terms of lighting, framing, focus, colour, composition and so on) and maybe, as an added bonus, take some nice pictures or videos along the way. As for the specific requirements part of me wants to say "maybe someday" to all of them, but realistically it's more like "almost certainly not" for all of them (:I

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