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8/23/2014

8 Digital Camera Very Deals On Market | Best Camera At A Great Price


Bargain Hunting - With a flurry of new models arriving earlier in the years and ore expected to appear soon, there's no better time to pick up a great camera at a great price. We reveal eight of the very best deals


If there's one thing all photographers love, it's a bargain, or making a great saving when buying or upgrading to a new camera or lens. Whether it's a saving of just a few pounds or hundreds of pounds, paying less than the recommended retail price helps to make our purchase feel better justified.

Usually around the months of July and August there's a bit of a lull in the number of new models that are launched as camera manufacturers put the finishing touches to their very latest innovations which are due to be unveiled at the world's largest imaging trade fairs. With new models expected, it has the knock on effect of lowering the price of cameras announced earlier in the year to make them more attractive to buy, but also has an influence on the price of older cameras, which often only have minor differences from the camera that replaced them due to the rapid turnaround of product life cycles. One example is the fujifilm X-E2 - a model launched late in 2013 to replace the Fujifilm X-E1. It can now be picked cheaper nine months later and has helped to lower the price of the x-E1, of which there are still a number of examples to buy as the manufacturer looks to sells its remaining stock.

With DSLRs, CSCs and Compacts constantly being renewed it's perhaps no surprise that the greatest bargains are picked up on cameras rather than lenses. THe prices of many cameras can change daily, so in order to pick up the best deal. It's important to check retailers and price comparison websites regularly. A highly recommended website that can speed up the time it takes to find the best deal online. it usefully lists all the best prices of cameras and lenses from recognised retailers and also provides price history so you can view how much any given products has dropped in price. As with any online deal, if a price seems  too good to be true, it usually is, so be wary of parting with your money. Always research retailers you've never bought from before an be conscious of grey imports outside the UK from unrecognised retailers that could incur extra unknown costs. If you're unsure we'd always recommend giving the retailer a call, which will allow you to check if the product is still available. Don't be afraid to ask if they'll price-match too, most retailers will try to meet the best prices you may find elsewhere.

8 Digital Camera Very Deals On Market


Panasonic Lumix TZ40
The Panasonic Lumix TZ40 that's picked up a number of accolades for being the best travel compact on the market.
Pros
- Huge zoom
- Optical stabilisation

Cons
- No raw support
- Small buttons

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Fujiflm FinePix Xp-200
Fujiflm FinePix Xp-200 - Waterproof to 15m, shockproof from up to 2m and freeze-proof to -10C, it features a 16MP 1/2.3in CMOS sensor and a 5x optical zoom providing a focal length that's equivalent to 28-140mm. What more, not only is it one of the best looking tough compacts around, it's available in yellow, red, blue or black and features Wi-fi for instant wireless transfer to smartphones and tablets.

Pros
- Stunning design
- Robust build quality

Cons
- Limited stock and colours available


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Nikon D3100
Nikon D3100 - Though its sensor and screen resolution are no match for Nikon's current entry level DSLRs. newcomers to it from a compact camera will be able to see the image quality benefits straight away, while being able to unleash their potential.

Pros
- Guide mode
- Featured specification

Cons
- No focus switch
- No DoF previews


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Fujifilm X-E1
Fujiflm X-E1 -Our Recommended choice would be the excellent 18-55mm XF f/2.8-4 R LM OIS lens. One alternative is the Fujiflm 27mmm f/2.8 XF lens for a best price.

Pros
- Premium finish
- Excellent EVF

Cons
- Screen resolution
- AF speed could be faster


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Sony Cyber-Shot RX100
Sony Cyber Shot RX100 - The introduction of the RX100 II and RX100 III have played their part in reducing the parice of the original and although the newer models come with advanced features, such as a flip out screen in the case of the RX100 II and a pop up EVF in the case of the RX100 III, the original RX100 remains a superb pocket size compact capable of delivering exceptional image quality. It's a deal that's extremely hard to resist.

Pros
- Large sensor and the results it delivers

Cons
- No tilting screen
- No inbuilt EVF


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Olympus Pen E-PL5
Olympus Pen E-PL5 - For those after a more clinical look, it can also be picked up in white with a silver lens. For those who may already own Micro Four Thirds lenses.

Pros
- Metal finish
- Fast single AF
- Image quality

Cons
- Limited touchscreen functionality


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Nikon D7000
Nikon D7000 - The omission of the anti aliasing filter also exhibits certain crispness when it's used with pro spec glass. Throw in the 18-105mm it lens. however this remains excellent value for money for a superb DSLR.

Pros
- AF system
- Battery life
- Image quality

Cons
-  Screen could be higher resolution


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Canon EOS 6D
The Canon 6D would be an excellent backup body for professionals or semi pros who may already be using the Canon EOS 1DX or Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Add the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 : IS USM lens to your basket. with a best prices available.

Pros
- Wifi And GPS
- AF performance in low light

Cons
- Number of AF points
- Fixed LCD display


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