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Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera Bundle with Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens + Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens + 2pc SanDisk 32GB Memory Cards + Accessory Kit
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- This Camera Bundle Kit comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories and includes:
- The EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera from Canon is an APS-C format digital SLR camera with an 18MP CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 4+ image processor. With 14-bit Analog/Digital conversion, an ISO range from 100-12800 (expandable to 25600), and Multi Shot Noise Reduction, it offers sharp details, accurate colors and low-noise imaging in both bright and low-light shooting situations. The Rebel T6 can continuously shoot up to 5 fps.
- Canon 18-55mm II Lens - a standard zoom compatible with Canon APS-C format cameras. It features a focal length range of 18-55mm which is equivalent to 29-88mm in the 35mm format + Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens
- 2 x SanDisk 32GB SDHC Memory Cards + Deluxe Padded Camera Case + Flash Light + 3pc Filter Kit + Extra Battery Pack + AC/DC Car & Home Charger + High Speed USB Card Reader + 50" Camera Tripod
- Commander 0.43x Auxiliary Wideangle Lens - it conveniently mounts to the front of your fixed or zoom lens, and allows you to capture a wider field of view, Commander 2.2x Auxiliary Telephoto Lens - brings you twice as close to the action. Perfect for long-distance photo situations such as sporting events
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This Camera Digital SLR Camera Bundle Includes:
- Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital Camera
- Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens
- Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens
- Commander 2.2x Auxiliary Telephoto Lens
- Commander 0.43x Auxiliary Wideangle Lens
- Commander 3 Pieces Filter Kit
- 50" Camera Tripod
- 2 Pieces SanDisk 32 GB High Speed SDHC Class 10 Memory Cards
- Deluxe Padded Camera Case
- Ultra-Bright Flash Light
- 4 Pieces Macro Close Up Kit
- Commander Lens Hood
- Extra Battery Pack
- AC/DC Car & Home Charger
- Original Canon Battery Pack and Battery Charger
- Body Cap for Canon EOS Cameras
- Canon Wide Neck Strap
- Commander Wired Shutter Release Remote
- Commander Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Memory Card Reader
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The reason I picked this bundle is b/c the price seemed good ($549) and it comes with a lot of accessories. After receiving the camera, I took everything out, and gave it a once-over to make sure all was good, and accounted for. The reason I give this bundle a 3-star rating is not b/c the camera is bad or cheap. I give it a 3-star rating b/c much of the bundled accessories are either not necessary for what I am doing, or the quality is not really that great.
The best parts of the bundle are: 1) camera body (obviously), 2) standard lens, 3) zoom lens (this is great for bird pics), 4) extra battery, 5) battery charger, 6) two 32GB memory cards, 7) macro lenses, and 8) the shutter remote.
The less than great parts of the bundle are: 1) the extra battery charger (I have to fiddle with it to get it in the right position so it will charge, if not it will show a green light, indicating it’s charged when it’s not), 2) the tripod (seems VERY flimsy, and almost fell over a few times when I had the camera mounted), 3) the two lens attachments (these did very little to extend the range of the lens or to magnify it for macro shots), 4) the external flash attachment (this is thin plastic and the attached guide sheet is peeling off), 5) lens filter attachments (don’t seem to make much of a positive difference in the pics I’ve taken).
All of that said, I really love this camera. I decided to spend a little extra money and get a good tripod and I upgraded the memory cards to two faster 64GB cards. If you are just getting into photography and want a great starter DSLR, I can recommend this camera. I have attached two pictures, both taken side-by-side, where I took a picture of a bird flying to the feeder. Both cameras were on tripods with the setting on action, and zoomed in to the maximum. You can immediately tell how much more clear the Canon picture is compared to the Panasonic.
The EOS Rebel series is a great camera line to get started, especially if you're not sure yet if you want to do photography as a professional or if you're an amateur and want to do better than "average." The APS-C (or "crop-sensor") cameras are not "full-frame," professional 35mm cameras. They have most of the features of full-frame cameras, but they are usually physically smaller, have a smaller image sensor, and generally don't have quite the image quality of the larger cameras. That doesn't mean that they're bad. In fact, they are great cameras! It just means that there is a loss of quality that, all other things being equal, can be noticed in a number of instances. However, many professional photographers use crop-sensor cameras, either as their primary camera or as a backup. Canon's EOS Rebel line of crop-sensor cameras (like the T-7i, T6, T-5i, T-6i, etc.) are designed for EF-S mount lenses, which from Canon (and a few other manufacturers) is high-quality consumer grade glass, but they also accept most Canon EF mount lenses and even some EF extensions (mostly aftermarket), so professional-quality glass can be used.
If you're looking to use this for video, I recommend looking for a T-6i or T-7i kit, since this unit can only use the built-in microphone. I didn't realize this and would have spent the money for the T-6i had I known.
The included EF-S 18-55mm IS II lens is a reliable lens with good optics for portraiture, family photos, and most other "everyday use" situations. If you want to do telephoto shots, I recommend the EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS STM lens (which is a huge improvement over the 55-250mm IS II), since there's no focal length overlap. The EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II STM (or the newer USM) is an excellent-quality lens with a wider aperture that's also available for the EOS Rebel line, but it completely overlaps the kit lens. The 18-135mm has roughly half the maximum focal distance of the 55-250mm and is roughly twice the cost, but its overall quality is much better than either the 18-55 or the 55-250. They're all 58mm diameter glass, so the add-ons for the kit lens (like the filters and hood) are all interchangeable. I have a 55-250 and have used it with this camera kit and the quality is good enough for most amateur photographers.
As for the rest of the equipment in this bundle, the best of what you're getting are the SD cards (which are reasonably good Class 10 cards suitable for photography and light video work) , the spare batteries, and the optical filters. The card reader is superfluous with most modern PCs but might come in handy on older or low-end computers (some Macs also don't have SD-card readers). The macro and telephoto lenses, while potentially useful in limited circumstances aren't high-quality items; you'll struggle to use them much of the time even with the kit lens, and they're totally impractical for lenses beyond 110mm focal length. The included flash is ultra-simplistic, but useful if you don't already have one. The tripod is cheap plastic and will probably break fairly quickly, but again it's useful if you don't already have (or if you need to save some weight and can't put the money into carbon fiber). The lens hood may come in handy if you've got a lot of glare in one of your shots; I rarely need it but it's been nice to have when I do.
Overall, this an inexpensive way to start and it's a reasonably good value considering everything it comes with, but it's not great and much of it will leave a motivated amateur feeling wanting. Many components will end up being replaced and there will be many additions to it over time. Good for a just-starting-out middle/high school student or an amateur with limited time to practice the hobby.
I opened the camera box and was panicked thinking it was a previously used camera because I couldn't find a battery in the box. It was there, I just wasn't looking hard enough. The box was sealed and looked like a factory packed box, but I was still afraid. Before I found the battery, I called Canon tech support and discovered this third part seller (PAGING ZONE) is an authorized seller, so if I ever have a problem with the camera, the warranty is fully intact! So GOOD NEWS for me!
The reviews about the tripod were on point... The tripod is ultra lightweight and not really good for much more than table top photography... Even then, BE CAREFUL.
The wide angle lenses, was worried they sent me the wrong size, but when I attach any of the lens filters, it fits like a glove... So use a filter. As far as a review involving it breaking the lens, if it doesn't fit smoothly, don't force it. Try removing and rethreading. The only other complaint I have is the sd card reader... It is just a hair too big to fit in the usb drive. I don't know how that happens...
The flash is a little weird, but I'm still learning how to use this one....
-Camera is from an authorized seller
-All the lenses and filters fit
-SD cards and extra battery (and charger) work perfectly
-this camera takes lovely shots!
-The WI-FI transfer to phone or computer it AWESOME!
-USB card reader is a hair too big to fit my USB port...
Top reviews from other countries
Pour ce qui est des accessoires en surplus, ne vous attendez pas a recevoir de la qualité..
À part l'appareil , il n'y a aucun accessoire Canon dans l'ensemble.... Même la batterie et le chargeur de surplus sont de mauvaise qualité.. Et que dire du trépied qui peine a supporter ne serait-ce que le poids de l'appareil. LOL
Pour le prix, c'est un beau petit kit plutôt complet pour débutant en attendant de se procurer de meilleurs accessoires...