Compressed sensing has proven to be an important technique in signal acquisition, especially in contexts in which sensor quality or the maximum possible duration of the measurement is limited. In this report, deep learning techniques are used to improve compressive sensing in the context of image acquisition. In a previous approach, stacked denoising autoencoders capable of reconstructing images considerably faster than conventional iterative methods were deployed. Apart from reviewing this approach, a possible extension using convolutional autoencoders inspired by the popular VGGnet architecture is discussed. Instead of learning models from scratch, a simple yet effective way for adapting available filters used in ImageNet classification is presented. By reformulation of the autoencoder structure in terms of a fully convolutional network, the previous approach can be adapted to arbritrarly large images for efficient learning of the measurement matrix and sparsity basis. Suggestions on the real implementation of such as system conclude the report.