Title: Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera Bundle with Canon EF-S 18-55mm 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 T7 DSLR Camera from Canon has a 24.1MP APS-C CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 4+ Image Processor. It has a 3.0″ 920k-Dot LCD Monitor with Full HD 1080/30p Video Recording capabilities. It offers sharp details, accurate colors and low-noise imaging in both bright and low-light shooting situations. The Rebel T& can continuously shoot up to 3 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
  • 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
  • 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, 2.2x Auxiliary Telephoto Lens – brings you twice as close to the action. Perfect for long-distance photo situations such as sporting events

Specification: Title: Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera Bundle with Canon EF-S 18-55mm Lens + 2pc SanDisk 32GB Memory Cards + Accessory Kit

Batteries

2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Product Dimensions

12.93 x 10.13 x 7.77 cm, 3.54 Kilograms

Date First Available

March 3 2019

Manufacturer

Canon

Place of Business

Melville, NY 11747, US

Item model number

Canon T7

13 reviews for Title: Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera Bundle with Canon EF-S 18-55mm Lens + 2pc SanDisk 32GB Memory Cards + Accessory Kit

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  1. Jim R.

    I wanted a good way to get started in higher end cameras from the point and shoot ones, but not yet ready to drop $1500+ on a new pro camera yet. I decided to get this one after reading a number of reviews and looking through several reviews and other similar kits. This one had a good starter kit, but still not knowing how to set aperture, shutter speed, ISO, etc (I only used auto-mode) , I was looking forward to getting a real-camera. I really wanted to be able to take hi-res beautiful pics and enjoy my new hobby.
    Some comments on the kit itself. First the bad (and why it didn’t get 5 stars):
    1) I really liked the camera body, the T7 (1500D in some regions, 2000D in others, but otherwise the same camera known by 3 different model numbers), but what I didn’t know, was the hot-shoe is missing the center pin. Canon decided to remove the center trigger pin so that you had to buy their flash. After tons of research, you can get a Godox trigger model X2T-C TTL and get the normal hot-shoe mount for flashes, plus it is wireless so you can use other compatible flashes. I’m not spending $300-400 on a Canon flash when there are plenty of good ones out there that work just fine, especially for a beginner rig like this. $300 would be a different story if I was spending $1500 on a camera body like a Mark series.
    2) The tripod with this kit is a joke. It extends quite a bit, but it’s unstable. Put your $500 camera on it and unless you keep an eye on it, the tripod will topple eventually. I was fine with mine, but if the wind blew, you’re screwed. It’s a good beginner one, but if you’re reading this, get a good medium grade one. I would not advise relying on it. I tried to mount my camera with the legs not extended to take a macro picture. As soon as you tilt down at 45 degrees, the tripod won’t hold up the camera and wants to fall over. BEWARE.
    3) The flash that comes with this is very simple. They don’t tell you until you begin to use it: This flash is designed to be a secondary slave flash. There is no way to trigger it with the T7 being sold with this rig. The T7 is a good camera, but I’m planning to get a Godox trigger and flash to go with the trigger. I do like the flash slave bar mount that comes with this, but there are better out there. The built in flash is good, but has limited range.
    4) The description shows you get a FLD filter. Not knowing what this was, I didn’t know it mattered. THIS KIT DOES NOT COME WITH A FLD FILTER. The FLD filter is intended to filter for the color change that occurs with indoor florescent lights. The T7 compensates for this anyway. The filters you get are Vivitar (a good economy brand of lens and filter) and are CPL (polarizing for neutralizing reflections, allowing you capture clear water pictures for example), a UV filter (recommended to have for outdoor pics-but many lenses have a UV coating on them already-and as cheap as these are it can be used as a protection for your front lens glass-recommended by Chris Bray and they are cheap so why not), and a ND8 filter (neutral density-more valuable than an FLD filter). The lack of FLD filter was more of an annoyance for me, but filters are generally cheap to buy so I’ll just get one, the ND was a nice touch to have.

    Now for the good:
    1) The camera case was a good starter, but it’s hard to put all the items in the bag. I am in the process of ordering a backpack to store my items in it.
    2) This kit comes with 1 lens, and good general starter lens that goes from 18mm (portraits) to the beginning of telephoto range (50mm) at 55mm. Having tried a USM focus lens (ultrasonic-said to be fast) it sounds like mice or rats are in your lens chattering away. My STM (stepper motor) is quick and quiet. I prefer it over the cheaper quality USM.
    3) Some of the other accessories that came like the 2x 32GB Sandisk memory cards (a good brand as opposed to the cheaper (quality in doubt) starter accessories that came with the kit from the seller, it worked well.
    4) The extra battery and mini-charger (plugs into the wall or in the car) was a nice touch also. I’m going to invest in an external power connection for studio operation. That goes with getting flash and diffusers.

    In hindsight, although I’m a prime member and used to getting my items within 1-2 days, this took 10 days to arrive, I presume due to stock being out, but when I ordered, it said in stock. I would have ordered one that included a telephoto lens for shooting my daughter’s sports events for an extra $100-150. There are tons of lenses out there and the choices are hard. My next buying plans are to get a telephoto lens like a 70-300 or 55-250 STM and a longer telephoto lens to shoot moon and stars pics. Some of these are in the thousands but lower cost “ok” lenses are under $300 so I’m going to try that.

    If you’re a newbie and looking to start with this kit, I’d recommend a few things to you:
    1) look for a good external flash, the one that comes with this is very basic and doesn’t work well
    2) Get a good tripod, the tripod that comes with this kit is junk.
    3) Stop using Auto Mode. Instead, take a youtube photography course. Chris Bray is one of the pros (uses Canon equipment) and does a good one in 10 parts (all about 15-20 minutes long each) or a longer single marathon one. After each section (10 total), I went outside and took some GREAT pics. My wife’s okra plant was blooming and I got a great pro-quality pic in my second day of owning this T7. I have not been happier. I’m not getting any benefit mentioning his course, there are other good ones, but his teaching was easy for me to understand and it helped me get up to speed quickly. I’m no longer afraid of exposure, ISO, or aperture settings, or shutter speeds. He also has good tips on how to get photos in low-light and recommended setups. I’m sure others do the same thing.
    4) Get a good bag/pack for storing your accessories, you’re going to need it down the road.
    made.
    5) Register the camera at Canon, and download the software (both free), and get the PDF manuals. They are a long read, but a good follow up after watching the youtube video courses above.
    6) Get a data cable. Moving the card over is good enough, but if you are going to update the firmware or use the software to control the camera, you will need to get a Canon data cable.
    7) The neck strap was ok, but I’d prefer a good hand strap that mounts on the side. Altura makes a good one, I see pros using it and after I mounted one (about $25) I will never go back to using a touristy neck strap.
    8) The stock eye cup for the viewfinder (yes the real way you take photos-stop using the screen unless you need it for specific purposes), wasn’t great. I found some on Amazon for less than $10 and they are much better at sealing out the light and making it easier to see the image in the viewfinder. It’s easy to slide up and out of the way, and slide in a new one.

    Bottom line, to get started, I’d still recommend someone buy a kit like this, just be aware you will need to get some quality items that counter some of the items that come in here. To get started, it’s a good basic kit, this gets you going, I just wished the tripod and some other accessories weren’t so cheaply made.

    Thanks for reading, I am a believer of reviewing things I buy here on Amazon for others to read, because I use the same research from verified buyers, this is the longest review I’ve written to date, I hope it is helpful for you.

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  2. Renso Espino

    Dear friend. The flash does not work the camera does not recognize it, you need me to make a change

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  3. Mauricio

    Excelente camara para comenzar, el tripie me duro 1 semana por que es de mala calidad pero en general todo esta muy bien.

    La uso casi todos los dias

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  4. Daphnee

    Je suis une débutante en photographie… et cet appareil était un bon choix pour débuter tres simple et facile a s’en servir

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  5. Patricio

    Amazing service and great products !!! Recommend for all new beginners !!!

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  6. B Fisher

    I like the camera, BUT, Canon pulled a fast one, they removed the center contact on the hotshoe. I can’t use any flash or accessories that I already have with that connection and I have searched for an adapter, so far nothing available. Will probably have to return and get T6 or another model

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  7. Kathy M

    Just beginning to look at and put all together. New to digital cameras so gonna take some time but excited about getting going. Have always wanted one and am 64 years old and decided not getting any younger and to go for it do something I will enjoy and for myself.

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  8. Alain Parent

    La je suis impressionner !!
    Livraison rapide & très bien ranger dans ma boite , exactement comme d’écrit
    Merci 🙏

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  9. Client d’Amazon

    Je ne suis pas déçue. J’en ai eu pour mon argent. L’appareil est de très bonne qualité
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  10. Kris Mirka

    Was given a cheaper 18-55mm with no stability on it just AF. Contacted seller and they apologized and offered a exchange on lense or 30$ refund. I did neither as my times worth more. After this I noticed a few extra things missing from the kit. Just make sure what is listed is what you get. It’s easy to miss something. Regardless I enjoyed this beginner kit.

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  11. wombatwhen

    Price was definitely a factor.
    The Canon name was important.
    Speed is very good.
    So far relatively easy to use…just have not had much time to try it yet
    Happy with my purchase! And with Amazon’s delivery.

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  12. Amazon Customer

    I didn’t realize the tripod would be small. It definitely will work and folds up to about 12″ which is great for hiking trips.
    The overall kit was great and well worth the money. I have been too busy to use it the way I want. The camera takes awesome pictures

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  13. Bernard Rodrigue

    Moi je croyais avoir vue un stabilisateur avec le zoom 18 ….55 je peut tu échange dans un autre magasin qui vent du canon dans mon coin ou à Laval réponse s.v.p téléphone 514-914-1560 mais je suis satisfait de la caméra

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