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You will need to purchase a adaptation set. I previously had one for other lenses/filters, so it wasn't a problem, but I can see where this might be frustrating if you did not have these.
By andykrisschip on April 20, 2014
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Vivatar SF3000. It's crap. IMO. I'll tell you what I use in this package. Camera Body (of course), EF 75-300, EF50, extra batteries, extra charger, and the memory card. Other than that the rest of the stuff is low quality. It's sitting on a shelf. I'm very happy with the camera. Though I did break down and buy a Speedl… see more Vivatar SF3000. It's crap. IMO. I'll tell you what I use in this package. Camera Body (of course), EF 75-300, EF50, extra batteries, extra charger, and the memory card. Other than that the rest of the stuff is low quality. It's sitting on a shelf. I'm very happy with the camera. Though I did break down and buy a Speedlite 600EX-RT (Love it!), Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 (awesome wide angle lense), Three Legged Thing "Brian" Tripod. ( this is my 7the tripod and the best one that I have ever owned) along with a few other things. I'm a newbie but on thing that I have learned is that to do "it" right....you have to spend some cash. It's not a cheap hobby by any means. Good Luck! I hope this helped a bit. see less Vivatar SF3000. It's crap. IMO. I'll tell you what I use in this package. Camera Body (of course), EF 75-300, EF50, extra batteries, extra charger, and the memory card. Other than that the rest of the stuff is low quality. It's sitting on a shelf. I'm very happy with the camera. Though I did break down and buy a Speedlite 600EX-RT (Love it!), Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 (awesome wide angle lense), Three Legged Thing "Brian" Tripod. ( this is my 7the tripod and the best one that I have ever owned) along with a few other things. I'm a newbie but on thing that I have learned is that to do "it" right....you have to spend some cash. It's not a cheap hobby by any means. Good Luck! I hope this helped a bit.
By Christopher Dakis on January 18, 2014
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Yes, they are from canon.
By Carmen Castro on November 9, 2013
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yes all my lenses came with caps and covers for front and back, to me it is the best investment for your business or hobby.
By steven on May 7, 2014
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Can't be true. The camera weighs more than that. However I got great, quick shipping and my son loves this camera and package.
By Elmer Cole on March 15, 2014
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I have OSX Mavericks on my Mac, and all I did was plug the camera into the usb port, and iPhoto did the rest. No need to upload or download anything.
By Drokpa on July 19, 2014
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The lenses are canon brand but just wanted to mention that the smaller lens is fixed 50mm lens not the 18 to 55 mm. Also, its 50mm so the macro that comes with it wont fix bxoz its 58 mm size. It fits to the bigger lens though...
By Amol on November 5, 2013