Jessops discount codes | 50% OFF for October 2021 – Real Homes

Save cash on cameras and accessories with these 20 Jessops discount codes
If you are looking for a deal on your photography equipment, whether it’s for cameras, lenses, drones, binoculars, telescopes, gimbles (to help hold your phone steady – if you can’t beat them, join them!) and other home tech, hit best offers on the website. The drop down will reveal a range of money-off deals where you could save £100s or get free gifts.
Want to be sure you are buying from the best, well Jessops has just won an award for it! It was named Best Cameras Retailers for 2021 by the readers of Trusted Reviews, who were impressed by its ‘stellar customer service and impressive array of stock that caters to photographers of all skill levels’.
There is more to Jessops than just cameras (and accessories). It also offers a variety of services where you can get your old pictures updated to a new medium. This includes transferring videos and camcorder tapes to DVDs or memory cards to USB sticks. If you want to see your grandparents’ sepia-toned wedding shots in living colour, Jessops does image restoration of beloved but damaged and faded photographs. It will also develop old-style 35mm film and do camera repairs.
If your order is over £50, delivery is free. Orders under £50 will be subject to a charge of £1.99 or £3.99, depending on size. If you want delivery on a Saturday, it is £8.99, if the item is in stock and you place your orders before 8pm on Friday.
Yes, post-pandemic there are 11 branches around the UK if you want to check out the cameras before you buy and get some expert advice from the sales assistants. Go to jessops.com/store-finder on the website to find the one closest to you.
Free delivery to store is offered on all collect@store orders. Reserve online and collect in store in as little as 30 minutes.
You can return any or all of your products that you have ordered online within 14 days of delivery. The items must be in their original packaging and in undamaged condition.  If you bought an item in store, you can return this within 21 days of purchase, but they must be in their original, sealed and undamaged packaging. You must also include any free gifts that came with the original purchase.
Yes, Jessops runs a number of courses to learn more about photography or to gain experience in a particular style of photography. They include online courses, class-based course and sessions held outdoors.
You can do it by phone during the week between 9.30am-5pm on 020 3322 3287. You can also email and there is also live chat on the web site Monday to Saturday, including Bank Holidays.
1. Select the deal you want copy the code displayed if needed.
2. Go to Jessops and choose what you want to buy.
3. The promo code box will be at the checkout stage.
4. Type in or paste the voucher code into the box and hit apply
5. Check out as usual with your savings.
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Mirrorless cameras have become an increasingly popular option for people who are passionate about photography. With DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera, they work by bouncing light off a mirror up to the viewfinder and image sensor. In a mirrorless camera, the light passes through the lens straight to the digital sensor, which shows your image on the camera’s LCD screen, letting you adjust the settings to get the perfect shot before you take it. The lack of mirror makes it light to handle and you see what the camera sees, so if you can change the shutter speed or aperture you can see how it will affect your picture. It can also shoot completely silently – which is great for wildlife photography where you don’t want to scare off your subject. 
Jessops has mirrorless options from the biggest brands. Sony covers both ends of the price range from the cheapest to the most expensive. It’s A6000 Mirrorless Camera Body has a 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and the world’s fastest AF and costs £429  – an attractive choice for someone looking for their first mirrorless camera. For photographers who already love what it has to offer, there is the Sony a1 Mirrorless Camera Body with features like 50 MP Exmor RX Sensor and 8K video recording at a cool £6,499. The most popular of the mirrorless cameras, though  is the Fujifilm X-T4 Mirrorless Camera, which has an XF16-80mm lens, 26.1MP APS-C CMOS 4 sensor, video recording and a new film simulation mode, If you want to explore what this style of camera has to offer, it costs £1,799. 
Choose Jessops for all your photography needs
Ever wanted a bird’s eye view of your house or garden, or get some swooping shots for your own home made film, but simply don’t have access to a helicopter? Drones can make it possible to get exciting aerial shots whether you are taking landscape shots or video. The fun Arcade Orbit Drone (£39.97) is lightweight and compact and can perform tricks and stunts, even in a small space, and even has an LED light display to fly in the dark. But for serious tree-top height photography, check out Jessops range of DJI drones. These come with cameras, video capability, fingertip controls and long flight times – perfect if you are shooting mini films. They start from £419.
Why leave favourite shots forgotten on your phone when you can get an instant print to stick on your wall or to give someone as a memento of a great night out? The Instax Mini 11 is a new take on the classic Polaroid camera. Light and compact, they produce credit card-sized snaps in an instant. They have a built-in selfie lens and selfie mirror – so you can practice your poses before clicking the shutter. The Instax costs £69, and to make it easy to carry around, you can buy a cute leather-look case (£12.99) with a shoulder strap and a detachable front section for the lens to go through. Get ready to smile and say cheese!

Alison is Assistant Editor on Real Homes magazine. She previously worked on national newspapers, in later years as a film critic and has also written on property, fashion and lifestyle. Having recently purchased a Victorian property in severe need of some updating, much of her time is spent solving the usual issues renovators encounter.
If you are looking for a quality camera, Jessops has been supplying them for nearly 90 years. The rise of the phone camera has unquestionably impacted the idea of having a separate device, but there is still an enthusiasm for the precise detail that a camera can provide. Originally Jessops of Leicester, it was founded by Frank Jessop in 1935 when photography became a hugely popular pastime –  albeit in black and white only back then.Today the business is smaller than in its heyday when it had 200 stores across the country. However, a look at its website reveals they still offer an excellent range of cameras to suit everyone from the snap happy amateur who wants instant photos of their friends having a good time, right up to the serious enthusiast or professional photographer who is happy to invest thousands on equipment and lenses in pursuit of stunning, pin-sharp shots. Jessops has even got aerial photography sorted with a section dedicated to drones. Whether you are looking to buy for fun or for a new hobby, you can get the camera and all the gear you’ll need – and get money off with a voucher code.
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