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Canon EOS 70D with 18-55mm STM and 55-250mm IS II Lens and Accessories Bundle

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Bundle w/ 18-55mm + 55-250mm IS II
  • Canon EOS 70D 20.2 MP Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Kit
  • Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS II Lens
  • Canon 2400 SLR Gadget Bag for EOS SLR Cameras
  • SanDisk Ultra 32 GB SDHC Class 10 Flash Memory Card 30MB/s

Product Details

Style: Bundle w/ 18-55mm + 55-250mm IS II
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00JW1Q3ZY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (374 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,934 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at April 23, 2014

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Customer Reviews

It allows me to be creative and gives me the correct bokeh or the sharpness I want. Quality of the pictures is great. Read more ›
I love this camera, the picture taken is really good. Read more ›
I Really Really like it, The quality of pictures is close to the 5D at halve the price. Viseos and pictures are awesome.. I traded up from a T3I to the 70 D. It takes such… Read more ›
I love the iPhone App for taking the picture and send the pictures via e-mail. The picture quality is superb. It's expensive but worth it. Read more ›
I would advise that you learn how to use it first, by reading the books available . I have NO problems with the autofocus , and the pictures are crisp and sharp as ever . I… Read more ›
It shoots HD videos, uses the more compact SD memory cards,…My photos are sharper, shutter is very smooth and it is physically slightly smaller and lighter than the 40D. Read more ›
Love the Live View feature. Auto focus is very fast and very seldom has to 'seek' (so far only happened during night sky shooting). Battery lasts much longer than the one… Read more ›
The autofocus system is awesome. That was the selling point for me and I haven't been disappointed. Read more ›
Still get 80% of shots in focus. I also have the 15-85mm IS USM and focus is spot on no calibration needed. Read more ›
The auto focus feature is amazing! Super fast, very quiet! Read more ›
While filming landscapes or indoor environments pretty much non existent. Auto focus is great, manual focus is great. Video is about average when indoors or in low light,… Read more ›
This camera/lens produce amazing photos and videos. The auto-focus is superb and completely quiet with the STM lens. I purchased the 50mm 1.8 with this camera and although… Read more ›
Wonderful camera. The new fast focus in movie mode is very nice. Great autofocus system in general including the AI Servo mode that tracks focus on a moving subject. Read more ›
I have most recently had the T3i and before that I had the XT years ago. This model is just incredible. I use it for everything... family photos, wildlife, birds and… Read more ›
After having used my Rebel for sometime learning to use a DSLR (as opposed to just a point & shoot), I was…The resolution, the performance, the features are all amazing! Read more ›
The 70D gets you 2 more megapixels, the articulated touch screen, wifi onboard (which i have yet to use, but still) and of course the wondrous video autofocus, as well as… Read more ›
The 70D is QUICK! It is quick to focus - whether via the viewfinder or liveview, and the menu is quick as well. Traversing the menu via the touchscreen also makes things a… Read more ›
Well this is the first of…This works well, and the plethora of upgraded features from the previous models is, well "what I expected from these things years ago". Read more ›
Older lenses make too much noise with the autofocus.. And trust me, the autofocus on this for video is GREAT! You can touch screen where you want to focus on - amazing. Read more ›
Works as advertised. AF during video recording is awesome Read more ›
Upgraded from my t2i to this. For videographers, this is the best option in its price range. The autofocus capabilities are far better than its competition; all in all it… Read more ›
The autofocus system for this camera is very similar to the system used in the popular 7d and…The autofocus in video is extremely good and this is the best dslr for video. Read more ›
I've taken it to korea, seattle, maine, and so many other places. The video is awesome! Read more ›
This replaces a Canon T3i which is also an excellent camera except that there is no automatic continuous focus in video mode. The focus on the 70D in video mode works great. T… Read more ›
The button layout was different from my…The touch screen works magically, simple and responsive, and very useful, specially when viewing images, or showing them to friends. Read more ›
Touch screen is a great added feature pulse the use of remote play app through your smartphone adds option but it can be limited for intermediate photographers. Great… Read more ›
Those adjustable displays are fantastic for product photography and videography, because very often the camera is mounted high on a tripod, and often aimed straight down… Read more ›
The camera arrived in excellent shape and I was very impressed with the features, particularly the auto-focus. The touch screen is a huge bonus. Read more ›
I'm happy, clients are happy, so it's a win-win. The touch screen is amazing and the video is as well. Definitely worth reading a more in-depth review depending on what… Read more ›
Other than this one flaw, though, I like all the rest of the improvements Canon made over the 60D. The touch screen is really amazing. Read more ›
this camera is light and has a great range of settings, ISO. Stock canon lenses are much improved over what came standard on a canon camera 5-7 years ago. This body is… Read more ›
Love the flip out rear touch screen LCD. The STM lense is super quick and very quiet which great for video work. The auto fucus is just what I wanted and a large reason I… Read more ›
This is a great camera and the packaged kit lens is quite good if you get the 18-135mm. The price is a little high at $1500 but chances are you can snag it for $1200-1300… Read more ›
Canon has also chosen to opt out of the megapixel wars once again; 20.2Mpx is…(Incidentally, the new 18-55mm STM kit lens is sweet -- fast, silent, and straightforward. I… Read more ›
Live view looks great on the articulating screen, though I…The included 18mm-55mm kit lens is, well, the included kit lens; no frills but sufficient to get you started. H… Read more ›
The 18-35 mm kit lens gives a lot of range,…The L series lenses work very well, and auto-focusing is fast, smooth, and doesn't search around much even in very low light. Read more ›
I switched to digital when the Digital Rebel EOS 300D came out. I have alwasy found the cameras easy to use and the picture quality very good to excellent. This new camera,… Read more ›
Feature filled and yet still easy to use. The touch screen makes on-th-fly changes easy. Read more ›
Superb camera with limitless capabilities and produces high quality photos. Easy to use but sophisticated. Read more ›
And in a wedding when the bride and groom are moving from in to outdoor and vice versa, you’re not going to have the time to so its easier to just use Auto WB and adjust in… Read more ›
I love this EOS 70D, it's my first time to use such professional camera, simple to use, photos are beautiful. and I love the wireless function, it is pretty easy to copy my… Read more ›
After one month of use, I have found the camera to be everything that has been advertised about it. Easy to use and wonderful picture quality. The touch screen window and… Read more ›
Finally Canon came to their senses and restored…+ AF performance is very good, speed is fast (easily faster than the D7100 and older 60d) and accuracy is similar to the 7d Read more ›
Silent mode is awesome! High speed shutter is crazy fast! I just love it. Read more ›
It is an upgrade for me from the EOS XSi and I must say…The range of the ISO and the shutter speed is great and the difference it makes in the picture quality is amazing! Read more ›
Replaced my Canon T1i and this is superior in nearly…Particularly useful is low light performance and fast focusing speed, not to mention speed for rapid photo sequences. Read more ›
I have a Canon t3i, but I couldn't pass up all the extras plus the speed that this camera shoots at. Do I want more you always do, do I need more probably not. Read more ›
Like auto bracketing for HDR post processing. Great high speed shutter for kids' sports. Pop up flash is always available for portrait fill outdoors (or indoors). Read more ›
Love the pictures and options. The wifi is very nice too so you don't have to carry around a remote, just use your phone. Great work Canon! Read more ›
This camera is an excellent buy, you can work in low ligth in 3200 iso, i…The wifi is perfect for me, i can shot a photo on a wedding and send it to my phone in a minute. Read more ›
Video beats GH3 or the GX7 in auto focus but still not as fast i wish it to be but way i mean way better…On screen touch with swivel is so nice and the Wifi works well. 1… Read more ›
Some people believe that D7100 image quality is significantly better than 70D, but I would…The bulit-in wireless connection is an awesome feature that one camera can have. Read more ›
best camera,…great colors, nice menu, and the 18-135mm lens is a good option in a kit, the guides in the kit are good, the wifi function is fast and easy to use (love it). Read more ›
take good clear photos and not so heavy to carry on while you are field trip. Awesome camera has wifi Read more ›
This camera is awesome. It's a great value for your money. One of the best things is it focuses on the fly while you are taking movies, which is generally unprecedented. Read more ›
Great camera at a great price Read more ›
Their still not there yet. We have to hold off until they produce a camera with a full frame senor for a reasonable price. So we wait..... Read more ›
I have a feeling that this is going on all the time, and people don't catch it (it happened to me with a few other cameras I…Do not pay full price for a used camera! If… Read more ›
First off, I watched the price of the body and kit lens go way up AFTER the…I wanted the "body only" and quickly found the price of the body only was still the same. So… Read more ›
I bought this when it was on sale for a great price, its the real deal even got it checked out by canon to make sure it survived the trip over here. It is great for someone… Read more ›
It cost a lot, but it works perfect. The body is solid, the controls are perfectly placed at least for my hand. Read more ›
Kit lens is great outside, but need better aperture for inside sports. Camera body is fantastic. Read more ›
* An f/2.8 lens on this body is just fast enough for most indoor use without flash. You'll want a flash for anything slower. Read more ›
I could say little else. This is a perfect only body for the serious photographer or a second for full-frame owners. However, consider other sellers. Read more ›
This is just a really solid and good camera body with some amazing focusing. I moved up from a 40D and I cannot believe how much better my photos are. Read more ›
A great camera body I only wished I had bought it sooner and not spent my money twice when I bought a less expensive body and needed to move up in action. Read more ›
Tracking the kids faces for plays and staying in focus without a lot of noise is great and may be reason enough to get this camera if you dont want a separate camcorder and… Read more ›
At ISO 1600 plus…Also, this noise is easier to control with noise reduction plug-ins, e.g., Topaz Denoise, squeezing out another stop of acceptable high ISO over my 60D. Read more ›
Read some reviews and most are saying the image quality is incremental from the previous 18MP Canon but after editing hundreds of RAW files the noise is well managed and… Read more ›
The 50d…With the 70d and the better glass (have to be fair and give credit also to the glass) shooting between 3200 and 12800, the shots were amazing and nearly noise free. Read more ›
I keep waiting for that time when I will set it up to catch some…It has great noise control at higher ISO and the sound quality and picture quality of video is amazing. B… Read more ›
Yes they are not as fast as the l-lenses/pro lenses but they are…The only thing that is a little bit sad is that already with an iso of 3200, you can notice a strong noise. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

522 of 559 people found the following review helpful By S. Burg on August 30, 2013
Style Name: Body + 18-135mm STM
This is going to be short, since I've not had the chance to do a whole lot of shooting as yet. Consider it a "just out of the box" impression. I already have a Canon 5D Mk III, and a number of L series lenses. I wanted a "backup camera" for video shooting, and I was intrigued by the new auto-focus system offered on the 70D.

So far, I'm extremely pleased with this camera. The 18-35 mm kit lens gives a lot of range, and I tested the camera out with my other lenses. The L series lenses work very well, and auto-focusing is fast, smooth, and doesn't search around much even in very low light. The camera is not as heavy as the 5D Mk III, but feels solid enough, and not all that different in the hands. Even with the 70-300mm f4-5.6L IS USM zoom - my heaviest lens at the moment - the camera feels surprisingly balanced.

The crop sensor obviously changes the effect of the lenses, but having a full sensor and a crop sensor both, it's like having 2 sets of lenses. My 70-300mm zoom now has an effective reach up to 480 mm (on the Canon 70D) due to the crop factor of 1.6. To me, this is kind of a bonus, though not in itself a reason to buy the camera. Smaller sized sensors result in an apparent increase in focal length, and a greater depth of field, but this is a generalization and each lens has its own properties that affect the image as well. Read the reviews of individual lenses when considering how each one reacts to different types of camera bodies.

The main thing to take note of is that while the Canon 70D will accept all the EF and EF-L lenses, it is designed to use the EF-S series lenses as well. In fact, the EF-S series lenses are custom tailored specifically for the Canon 70D and (as far as I know) other APS-C crop sensor cameras made by Canon.
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235 of 257 people found the following review helpful By Josh Webb on September 6, 2013
Style Name: Body Only Verified Purchase
Background info on my experience/use: semi pro portrait/event photographer, professional landscape photographer. Cameras past and present: canon 5D mark III, Canon 7D (owned currently), Leica M3 35mm film, Canon 60D, And Canon t3i

The nitty gritty on this camera after a week of use:

Its a solid update to the popular 60d dslr. Smaller profile than its predecessor however the grip and feel of the camera still remains solid. And much more girth than its younger siblings in the Rebel series. The redesign of button locations on the rear of the camera make for a fluid interface to the menus screens while maintaining the appeal that higher quality SLRs have had with dedicate Aperature and Shutter speed wheels. The added perk of the New touch screen technology from the T4i and T5i have greatly improved the speed to many obscure functions sometimes needed in the depths of software. Its actually pretty fantastic to say the least.

Photo Quality-
With the addition of the newer Digic 5+ processor the picture quality is only gradually enhanced from the previous Digic 4 of the older generations and 60D. What you will notice a difference in is the rate at which photos can be shot and processed. 7 fps puts this camera closer to the 7D in respects of action photography. I did have high hopes for better low light photos with a new processor since the 60D essentially used a 4 year old unit but unfortunately they look almost identical. It seems you will need to step into a full frame like the 6d or the 5D mark ii & iii to get a substantial difference in quality above 1600 ISO that only a larger sensor can provide.
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157 of 173 people found the following review helpful By Michael DiDomenico on October 31, 2013
Style Name: Body Only
I just received my new CANON 70D a week ago. I have been reading every review that has come available on the Internet and also You-tube. I have also talked to a few Professionals who use CANON equipment to get their view. I will not bore you with all of my talk, but I will give you some things that I have found out since receiving my unit.
This is a huge jump from my 60D. It has the 7D - 19 point AF and all cross point. It makes for a fast AF and cleaner photo's. I am amazed at how many more AF points lock onto a subject when using the auto focus sequence.

I would think these go hand in hand, and they work quickly and well. The camera is quick to focus, acquires moving subjects and allows for great photo's. Very impressive upgrade from the LIVE VIEW on my 60D.

I shot a video today while at the zoo and the clarity was excellent, so was the color saturation. Full HD is by default and it is excellent for what I will use it for when traveling. I also was not using one of the new STM lenses and when zooming in and out, there wasn't any noise on the video. I was not using an external mic.

I have tried all of the scene modes and found them to be a good selection. I like the HDR mode and also the multiple photo mode, something I guess people have been interested in seeing from CANON. I have been very impressed with the camera. It is a good upgrade from the 60D, it has much more to offer and the higher PIXEL Count shows up in the photo's, as does the increased FPM. 7 FPM seems so much faster than the 5.3 of the 60D.
I have already recommended this to a couple of my friends who are looking into upgrading their equipment.
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