if anyone has contemplated the 18-105G lens - I highly recommend it. Especially paired with the A6000.
Would agree with the John Lewis score. Go with Wex or Amazon for customer service.
john lewis gets 1.5/10 this site gets 5.7/10 (used to be much lower suspiciously enough)
Mixes reviews for photo sense also.. https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.fotosense.co.uk Have only ordered one Grey Import before and that was from DigitalRev, which arrived ok but no UK manufacturer warranty.
Hmmm. Maybe after reading the reviews on Trustpilot, I'll give them a miss. https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk
Posted 16th Apr 2015Posted 16th Apr 2015
Samsung WB350F Smart Camera + free 3 year warranty £109 delivered @ Fotosense£109
Seems like a good deal, currently round the £125 mark on Amazon without the extended warranty Free delivery too + quidco / topcashback Good reviews on Amazon
Price looks good. Not sure whether to go for this. I'm looking for something cheap but decent for quick point and shoot pictures on Holiday. Has anyone had any bad experiences with this particular camera?
Got this a few months ago for ~£130 so this seems a good price. Great bit of kit for the money, the baby monitor feature is worth its weight in gold! We now use this instead of the video monitor we got from Argos for a similar price.
I've got one. Great camera, but no touchscreen. And my wife not keen on it. One thing never mentioned its solid as a rock, dropped multiple times on wood floors with lens out - working perfectly. Tough as you like. Voting cold as not that cheap.
Having owned this since late last year, I am still stunned at times as to the breathtaking images this keeps taking. On Auto, it is brilliant.
Posted 6th Dec 2013Posted 6th Dec 2013
Fotosense - Black Rapid camera strap£33.07
This is currently £40.48 on Amazon. Black Rapid RS-7 Camera Strap SALE! 25% OFF! • Carries a Camera or Lens • 60" of Adjustment • Accepts Black Rapid's BERT-12" Extension • Rip… Read more
Also noticed this camera has a level shot mode, ideal whent taking horizons etc on a sunny day
ive been using the dmc-zs3 for a while now and it still takes amazing pics,even at the zoo today,now with the extra mega pixels and 8x zoom this is on my shopping list
Bundle deal also on the same site: Bronze Pack - Panasonic DMC-TZ40 Silver 1 x Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ40 Digital Camera 1 x 8GB Ultra High Speed SDHC (Class 10) Pro Card 1 x Lowepro Napoli 30 Leather Case 1 x FREE Flexible Mini Tripod 1 x FREE 3 Year Panasonic AR UK Warranty Cost £254.94
I didn't realize that, I think I must have used slow motion video once since I bought my tz20 2 years ago.
Posted 16th Sep 2012Posted 16th Sep 2012
Nikon SB700 Speedlight flash £183.70 using MVC10 code @ Fotosense£183.70
Nikon SB700 Speedlight flash Excellent reviews £225.50 on amazon
D'OH We are unable to process your recent order for a Nikon SB700 flashgun as we have been notified by our supplier that there is no available stock until 1st November. We have temporarily withdrwan the prodcut from sale until further notice. At the time of ordering we indicated that the item was out of stock and on backorder. As the leadtime is over 30 days we have cancelled and refunded your order in full today. Please allow 2-3 working days for the refund to appear in your account. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused with this order.
If anyones interested, I've also ordered these batteries: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004AP5X2Q/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00. Heard they're good.
Cheers. Certainly worth waiting. I'll be ordering one as well when its back instock.
Very good price - based in Bolton, so might pay them a visit when I'm up there next... hopefully they will have stock as been after one for a few months now :)
Just rang them up nice enough guys, stock due in late this week.
I've owned this lens and the OS (Optical Stabilizer) version. The OS isn't the only difference between the two lenses. The build quality of the OS version is far superior. To be honest, the non OS lens is only any use on Sony cameras that have built in image stabilization. Without it you can barely take photos at full zoom without a tripod. MrsH comment that the OS version is very soft is a tad unfair. It isn't the sharpest of lenses but for 99% of people it's perfect. Save your money for that, the 18-250mm OS version or the Nikon 18-200mm VR. All can be had for between £180 and £350 on eBay.
I went for the OS version and it's been great as a walk around lens for me on my travels. For those people who will no doubt moan about the IQ of this and similar "superzoom" lenses, maybe they should think about the target market. Not all of us can afford L series lenses, nor would want to lug around the sheer weight of the glass needed to cover to focal length of this lens. It's heat from me though I'd certainly recommend the OS version over this one - I had some friends who's OS version got damaged when they were traveling and they replaced it with the cheaper non-OS and were rather disappointed.
I have this lens, it's a good walkaround lens as it offers a good range and produces some quite decent results. Used it at Notting Hill about 2 years ago with my old 350D and got some good pics:Notting Hill Carnival 259 by nigelwilliams2001, on FlickrFull set here (10 pics):http://www.flickr.com/photos/73643672@N00/sets/72157624866224226/
Agreed not the best lens in the world, but for a good cheap all rounder can't go wrong!
It's a good price, but it's a very average lens. I have just returned the Sigma 18-200 I had with the added Optical Stabiliser. The focus was still very soft.