Canon EOS 60D DSLR Camera Bundle Kit with 3 Canon lenses featuring Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II + Canon Normal EF 50mm f/1.8 II + Canon Zoom Telephoto EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III Autofocus Lens, Also Includes: 0.43x Wide Angle Lens & 2.2x Telephoto Lens, 3 Piece Filter Kit & 4 Piece Macro Lens Kit, Extra LE-E6 Replacement Battery & Travel Charger, 32GB SDHC Memory Card & Reader, Deluxe Backpack, Bounce and Swivel Zoom Flash and Much More
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Digital Inspiration. That's how the good folks at Canon define their EOS 60D DSLR Camera. With an 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor, a 3" Clear View LCD, and HD video capture, among other mouth-watering features, perhaps you will agree. Let's take a tantalizing tour of this highly-anticipated DSLR camera body. What was that? Did I say video? Yes, I did. Let's take a moment to delve into the feature that has all those techies out there jumping out of their desk chairs. The 60D is more than your run-of-the-mill DSLR camera, as we know; it doubles as a 1920 x 1080 HD video camera. With the built-in video camera you'll be able to capture MOV video clips up to 4GB in size (time depends on resolution). With features like manual exposure control, the option to attach on any of the Canon EF or EF-S lenses, and various audio adjustments - including an external stereo mic connection, and both manual and auto gain control - the 60D puts DSLR film-making at your fingertips. Other noteworthy features of the video function include in-camera editing, a number of recording resolutions to choose from, and an HDMI output for one-cable connection to your HDTV. Perhaps you should take a moment and catch your breath. Ok, here we go - back to the DSLR proper. Let's ease back into things here. No matter if you're shooting video or digital stills the 60D captures everything to convenient flash memory cards - Record to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards. Canon also gives you the option to use wireless USB 2.0 drives, or Eye-Fi cards for computer-free wireless transfer of your images. Now, back to the show... The 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor packs in enough pixel-power to make those mural prints you've only been dreaming of, a reality. But even if you don't plan on making a wall-sized mural of your dog romping through the surf, 18MP have other advantages. Sharpness, clear details, a lack of image-destroying noise, and true-to-life colors are all examples of how more pixels will make your images pop!
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1) Comes with everything you could need to get started with DSLR's
2) Decent price for all
3) 60d really delivers great quality, and is worth the price of the package itself.
4) Camera bag is pleasantly good quality and has space to carry most of the package inside it without worry.
5) the 50mm prime lens works really well and it a good first piece of quality glass. Pleasantly surprised with the 300mm telephoto lens too.
6) all of the filers and Marco kit work well and other lenses have quality glass.
1) the tripod is not made well at all and I will never trust it to hold the camera with someone holding it at all times. It tries to be portable at a its smallest being the size of a forearm, but feels like a very cheap plastic toy. Also, it only goes 50" high, barely chest level on the average person.
2) The package never came with some of the smaller pieces, like the card reader or the memory card wallet. Please make sure you get all the pieces.
3) The tripod (again) (It's horrible)
Cons: The tripod that comes with this kit is trash. It's small and portable and fits on the side of the carrier nicely but I cannot think of any reason why I would break it out and set it up. It would be much more to your advantage to carry a chain around with a bolt on the end so you have a portable monopod that works off tension by holding it to the ground with your foot while pulling the camera up to your eye for quick situations that something like this would be needed for. The tripod is pretty useless unless you don't have one, in which case get one because you'll hate the one in the kit.
Other than that, no complaints. You get what you pay for and the price is respectable for everything that comes in this kit. You probably won't find a 2 lens kit for any cheaper. Great value.
They left out a few items when they initially shipped it to me. I wrote them and informed them and had the items to me within 3 days.
No, the longer focal point lenses are not "top of the line", BUT the reality is you have to be quite advanced to truly justify the price jump for EF-S lenses or larger diameter lenses.
I use this set up personally and professionally and I am VERY happy with it and have been published with the imagery this set up has produced based on my knowledge of it and comfort in using it.
I highly recommend this for someone is serious about learning, but cannot afford or yet justify the price increase for "nicer" gear.
The included bag is a bit cheap as far as quality. It didn't hold up for more than about 45 days of regular but light use. However, I knew that going into this and was already planning on getting another bag. The placement of the singular zipper makes the bag a little awkward for switching lenses. It also allows for your camera or gear to potentially fall out... BUT you get so much with this set up that I do not find this to be worth taking away from the camera gear re:the number of stars it rates.