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No. Just the camera body.
By A seller SELLER on February 17, 2016
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I have used mine for 6 hours before charging.
By finechina1 SELLER on June 1, 2017
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Yes, we do.
By Little River Shop SELLER on July 11, 2016
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Are you saying the lens body is cracked or the camera body? Well, either way, it suggests someone dropped it at some point which is always a Very Bad Thing. In general, a T1i isn't a bad choice for a starter DSLR though - just steer away from ones that obviously weren't handled well. Also check out the used gear on KE… see more Are you saying the lens body is cracked or the camera body? Well, either way, it suggests someone dropped it at some point which is always a Very Bad Thing. In general, a T1i isn't a bad choice for a starter DSLR though - just steer away from ones that obviously weren't handled well. Also check out the used gear on KEH, B&H Photo and Adorama as they will all give you an honest evaluation of the used DSLR and a fair price (maybe not as cheap as some listings on ebay but you will know exactly what you're getting). see less Are you saying the lens body is cracked or the camera body? Well, either way, it suggests someone dropped it at some point which is always a Very Bad Thing. In general, a T1i isn't a bad choice for a starter DSLR though - just steer away from ones that obviously weren't handled well. Also check out the used gear on KEH, B&H Photo and Adorama as they will all give you an honest evaluation of the used DSLR and a fair price (maybe not as cheap as some listings on ebay but you will know exactly what you're getting).
By Technology Guy on October 3, 2014
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Well I guess I could however you would need to pay for the addirional shipping cost and any taxes that may apply via PayPal. I will investigate what that would cost if you tell me you are very likely to agree (else don't make me do the work :-).
By Kevin Shields SELLER on May 10, 2017
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You'll want a 'dedicated' Canon ETTL compatible flash. Avoid flashes that list multiple camera brands as these are not ETTL flashes. Any Canon EX flash will work. Sigma makes some reasonably priced compatible models (the basic 'ST' model and the advanced 'Super' model). Some people seem to like some of the Yongnuo flas… see more You'll want a 'dedicated' Canon ETTL compatible flash. Avoid flashes that list multiple camera brands as these are not ETTL flashes. Any Canon EX flash will work. Sigma makes some reasonably priced compatible models (the basic 'ST' model and the advanced 'Super' model). Some people seem to like some of the Yongnuo flashes (again, make sure to pick a Canon dedicated ETTL model). Sunpak used to make some fair flashes. Other no-name imported flashes can be completely hit-and-miss in terms of quality.
I would tend to recommend something like the Canon Speedlite 430EX because it has a decent amount of power and can tilt and swivel. By pointing your flash at a white ceiling or wall, you can get a MUCH more diffuse and flattering quality of light. see less
You'll want a 'dedicated' Canon ETTL compatible flash. Avoid flashes that list multiple camera brands as these are not ETTL flashes. Any Canon EX flash will work. Sigma makes some reasonably priced compatible models (the basic 'ST' model and the advanced 'Super' model). Some people seem to like some of the Yongnuo flashes (again, make sure to pick a Canon dedicated ETTL model). Sunpak used to make some fair flashes. Other no-name imported flashes can be completely hit-and-miss in terms of quality.
I would tend to recommend something like the Canon Speedlite 430EX because it has a decent amount of power and can tilt and swivel. By pointing your flash at a white ceiling or wall, you can get a MUCH more diffuse and flattering quality of light.

By Technology Guy on May 30, 2014
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Yes. You install an sd card for your pics
By Douglas M. Market on April 12, 2015
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Yes, all Canon EF and EF-S lenses are compatible.
By Technology Guy on June 28, 2014