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If you get the kit with the 18-55 STM and the 55-250 STM Lenses, both are image stabilized, but as far as I can tell, the 75-300 lens does not have image stabilization. Image stabilization is very helpful and the 55-250 is a light and sharp lens.
By Indagarden on July 3, 2015
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That's a tough question. It depends on what you want to shoot, macro, landscape, walking lens, wildlife etc? Also, budget; you can get some great lenses in the $150-$300 range. If you've got more budget there are some in the $500-$800 that are pro grade.
Fortunately you can use virtually all canon lenses on this came… see more
That's a tough question. It depends on what you want to shoot, macro, landscape, walking lens, wildlife etc? Also, budget; you can get some great lenses in the $150-$300 range. If you've got more budget there are some in the $500-$800 that are pro grade.
Fortunately you can use virtually all canon lenses on this camera. Here's some sites to help;
http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/the-first-canon-lenses-you-should-buy/
http://www.cameralabs.com/lenses/lens_buyers_guide/Canon_EF_lenses/Which_general-purpose_lens/Which_Canon_general-purpose_lens.shtml
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That's a tough question. It depends on what you want to shoot, macro, landscape, walking lens, wildlife etc? Also, budget; you can get some great lenses in the $150-$300 range. If you've got more budget there are some in the $500-$800 that are pro grade.
Fortunately you can use virtually all canon lenses on this camera. Here's some sites to help;
http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/the-first-canon-lenses-you-should-buy/
http://www.cameralabs.com/lenses/lens_buyers_guide/Canon_EF_lenses/Which_general-purpose_lens/Which_Canon_general-purpose_lens.shtml
Hope this helps.

By S Mack on November 26, 2013
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There is no easy answer to this, as zooming in is a function of many things, including which lens you use. With a good lens, this camera produces excellent excellent detail.
By JDB73 on December 11, 2013
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No it does not come with any lens. Just the body.
By SL on September 30, 2014
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Yes, the sensor will clean itself at power on, or manually from the camera's touch menu.
By Amazon Customer on February 27, 2014
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Yes, your old 28-80mm kit lens will work on the SL1. BUT, because the SL1 uses a sensor that is smaller than 35mm film, the lens will give you a narrower view than before and it will lose the wide-angle end. The 28-80 won't make a very good general purpose lens on the SL1. The SL1's standard 18-55mm kit lens will not o… see more Yes, your old 28-80mm kit lens will work on the SL1. BUT, because the SL1 uses a sensor that is smaller than 35mm film, the lens will give you a narrower view than before and it will lose the wide-angle end. The 28-80 won't make a very good general purpose lens on the SL1. The SL1's standard 18-55mm kit lens will not only give you wide views BUT also includes IS image stabilization which can be very handy when shooting stationary subjects in poor light. My advice is to just go ahead and get the SL1 with the kit lens. see less Yes, your old 28-80mm kit lens will work on the SL1. BUT, because the SL1 uses a sensor that is smaller than 35mm film, the lens will give you a narrower view than before and it will lose the wide-angle end. The 28-80 won't make a very good general purpose lens on the SL1. The SL1's standard 18-55mm kit lens will not only give you wide views BUT also includes IS image stabilization which can be very handy when shooting stationary subjects in poor light. My advice is to just go ahead and get the SL1 with the kit lens.
By Technology Guy on February 12, 2015
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Yes
By ben on December 11, 2016
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No, this camera doesnt have this function. Maybe if you connect the camera to a PC, using the Canon software.... Must be checked.
By I. Gadotti on November 12, 2015
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the flash is built in. as far as the camera bag it depends on the deal you are looking at. Mine did not.
By Leslie Heinz on August 8, 2015
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different. Part of the allure of using an interchangeable lens camera for video is the "cinematic" look you get. A big part of that is the depth of field, or what is in focus and what is left out of focus. Also, the low light quality of video from a camera like this is much better. The sl1 is awesome because it makes D… see more different. Part of the allure of using an interchangeable lens camera for video is the "cinematic" look you get. A big part of that is the depth of field, or what is in focus and what is left out of focus. Also, the low light quality of video from a camera like this is much better. The sl1 is awesome because it makes DSLR video almost too easy. It has great autofocus (although not as good as a traditional camcorder) and has a ton of auto features to just create nice images. With a little finesse you can get some drop dead beautiful shots. It takes time though and patience, as with anything. It isn't shaped like a camcorder, so it won't feel so natural either shooting with it. I suggest using a lens with image stabilization, it'll help with the hand shake. Let me know if you need more help! see less different. Part of the allure of using an interchangeable lens camera for video is the "cinematic" look you get. A big part of that is the depth of field, or what is in focus and what is left out of focus. Also, the low light quality of video from a camera like this is much better. The sl1 is awesome because it makes DSLR video almost too easy. It has great autofocus (although not as good as a traditional camcorder) and has a ton of auto features to just create nice images. With a little finesse you can get some drop dead beautiful shots. It takes time though and patience, as with anything. It isn't shaped like a camcorder, so it won't feel so natural either shooting with it. I suggest using a lens with image stabilization, it'll help with the hand shake. Let me know if you need more help!
By Brad on March 16, 2017