The best Jessops New Year sale deals 2019

Save on DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, lenses, tripods and more

The best Jessops Boxing Day sale deals 2018

The Jessops Boxing Day sales are now on and we’ve rounded up the photography shop's best camera, hardware and accessory deals available that you can buy online right now. Whether you're looking to upgrade from your phone camera to a proper camera, or you're keen to start taking more (and better) photos in the New Year, there are some great deals below for your photography hobby.

Jessops is also offering interest-free finance on all purchases over £299.

Also, keep checking the Jessops website for more discounts throughout the festive period for more great deals.

 The best DSLR camera deals at Jessops

Canon EOS 5D IV | Was £3,249 | Now £2,749 | Save £500

Nikon D3500 DSLR Twin | Only £479 after cashback | Save £170

Jessops lowest priced DSLR: Canon EOS 4000D 18-55mm | Only £279 | Save £70

 The best mirrorless camera deals at Jessops

Panasonic Lumix G7 Twin Lens Kit | Save £230 plus free bag

Olympus E-PL8 Twin Lens Kit | Only £479 | Save £170

 The best lens deals at Jessops

Canon EF100-400 f/4.5-5.6L MII | Get double cashback | Only £1,399 after cashback (usually £1,999)

Tamron 18-270mm VC PZD | Only £269, available in Canon and Nikon Fit | Save £100

 Best of the rest

Celestron PS1000 Telescope | Was £249 | Now £119.99 | Better than half price

Epson Projectors | From £339 | Save up to £150

Jessops binoculars | Was £24.99 | now £12.49 | Save 50%

Jessops Tripod | Was £49.99| Now half price | Save 50%

Jessops sales by department

Mirrorless cameras: save up to £700

DSLR cameras: save up to £500

Compact cameras: save up to £400

Lenses: save up to £600

Action cameras: save up to £100

Camcorders: save up to £340

Drones: save up to £400

Printers and scanners: save up to £155

Binoculars: save up to £200

For more sales and deals at Jessops visit www.jessops.com 

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