Camera Deals

Tech Advisor's favourite cameras are better than ever thanks to low prices in sales events across the web. Everything from DSLR cameras to compact cameras are at their cheapest yet - be quick before they're gone!

Best Camera Deals

Camera Deals

GoPro Hero5 Black

GoPro Hero5 Black

From: AO.com

Was: £399

Now: £299 (£100 off)

We gave the Hero5 an incredible 4.5 stars out of 5, and it's also recommended by our editors: here's why.

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR with 18-55 mm and 10-18 Lens

Canon EOS 1300D DSLR with 18-55 mm and 10-18 Lens

From: Argos

Was: £499.99

Now: £399.99 (£100 off)

The Canon CS100 Connection Station included in this bundle easily lets you save and share your images and videos, so you can view them from your laptop, phone, or smart TV.

Netgear VMS3330 Arlo Smart Home 3 HD Security Camera Kit

Netgear VMS3330 Arlo Smart Home 3 HD Security Camera Kit

From: Amazon

Was: £409.99

Now: £286.99 (£123 off)

These cameras have night vision and are compatible with Amazon Alexa – now with over £123 off!

Canon IXUS 185 Digital Camera

Canon IXUS 185 Digital Camera

From: Amazon

Was: £119.99

Now: £88 (£30.99 off)

Amazon is offering this Canon compact camera with £30.99 off.

Nikon D750 DSLR Body Only

Nikon D750 DSLR Body Only

From: Amazon

Was: £1,969.99

Now: £1,279 (£690 off)

This high-end DSLR from Nikon is available with nearly £700 off at Amazon. It offers a 3.2in tilt-screen LCD and also includes WiFi. You'll need to buy lenses separately, though.

Camera Deals 2018

Cameras and camera accessories are among the most discounted tech you can buy right now. You'll find great deals on everything from the cheap and cheerful compact cameras to top-of-the-range DSLRs. Tech Advisor will help you find the best camera deal for you, and you can start with our expert camera-buying advice.

Cameras: DSLR, compact, bridge or CSC

There are four main types of camera available, and which you choose will depend on how much you're willing to spend, and what you want to achieve with your new camera. The cheapest and most suitable to someone looking for a camera to capture simple holiday memories, for example, is a compact camera. You might also want to consider a bridge camera, which are generally quite affordable too and give better quality photos but are more user-friendly and suited to beginners than a CSC or DSLR.

If you've got a bit more budget and want to capture photos that are professional quality images, a CSC or DSLR is the best option. A CSC, which stands for Compact System Camera, offers the ability to change lenses and completely control your image but doesn't sacrifice portability. These are a newer type of camera and can get pretty pricey.

Most professionals and keen amateurs will opt for a DSLR, though. Their prices can differ dramatically depending on the features they offer, but you'll get the most versatility from a DSLR and are likely to hold onto this investment for many years to come.

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