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Canon Eos Rebel T6 Digital Slr Camera Kit With Ef-S 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 Is Ii Lens (Black)

canon eos rebel t6 digital slr camera kit with ef s 18 55mm f3 5 5 6 is ii lens black

Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens (Black)

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  • 180 Megapixel CMOS (APS C) image sensor and high performance DIGIC 4 plus Image Processor for excellent speed and quality
  • ISO 100 6400 (expandable to H: 12800) for shooting from bright light to low light compatible with eye Fi cards Multimedia cards (MMC) cannot be used
  • Built in Wi Fi and NFC connectivity provide easy sharing to compatible smart devices, select social media sites and the Canon Connect Station CS100 device
  • 9 point AF system (including one center cross type AF point) and AI Servo AF provide impressive autofocus performance with accurate results AF Assist Beam Effective range: Approx 131 feet by 40 meter; Periphery: Approx 115 feet by 35 meter
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

Buy Now : Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens (Black)

Brand : Canon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.7
Review Count : 1843

canon eos rebel t6 digital slr camera kit with ef s 18 55mm f3 5 5 6 is ii lens black
canon eos rebel t6 digital slr camera kit with ef s 18 55mm f3 5 5 6 is ii lens black
canon eos rebel t6 digital slr camera kit with ef s 18 55mm f3 5 5 6 is ii lens black
canon eos rebel t6 digital slr camera kit with ef s 18 55mm f3 5 5 6 is ii lens black

Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens (Black)

  • I am brand spanking new to photography and DSLR cameras. Thanks to a few hours at the University of YouTube, I think I have the hang of it. So my review is partial, but from the perspective of a total novice to photography and something other than a point and shoot camera.Feature guideI\'m putting this first as this may be the most amazing and useful component of this camera for a complete newbie and the #1 reason this is an AWESOME camera for someone getting into photography. Since I didn\'t want to use my camera on auto mode (I could stick with a Coolpix if that\'s what I was looking for) and my goal was to learn how to use a DSLR in manual mode, the feature guide has been vital in helping me learn quickly. When changing modes (manual, aperture priority, Quick Control, etc), a brief description of the mode will pop up on the LCD. This is SUPER useful for a complete novice that has nearly ZERO knowledge (Thank You YouTube!) of what the different modes/controls are supposed to do. Seriously - best.feature.ever! For those that already know all of this like the back of their hand (I deeply admire you!), you can turn this feature off so it doesn\'t annoy you.Camera bodyThis is a heavy piece of equipment compared to the slim, simple point and shoot cameras (read: Nikon Coolpix). However, it is fairly comfortable to hold. The body has a nice curvature in the front with a rubbery grip which helps to keep it from slipping in my hand - for all I know, they all have this but again, I have little to compare it to. My son has a Canon EOS 30D (released in 2000?) and I can say that this model is significantly lighter than his.LensesI did some research on lenses and boy are these puppies expensive! I appreciate having both the 18-55mm and 75-300mm lenses with this kit. As a beginner, this will allow you to get all the basic pictures you could hope for all at once. I can take close up pictures and landscape pictures (the pictures I have included here were all taken with the lenses that came in this kit on my first few weeks using this camera). I\'m sure there are much better lenses out there that come with a hefty price tag but for a beginner, this kit will give you everything you need to get started and take some pretty decent pictures.LCD monitorThe picture on the monitor is pretty clear and I used this a lot my first couple days. Instead of looking through the eye piece, I used the LCD display to shoot my pictures. As I became more familiar with the various ISO, F/S, and shutter speed settings, I switched up to shooting using the eye piece and used the display to quickly see/adjust my manual settings.Picture qualityI\'m pretty impressed. The pictures come out clear and sharp (assuming its correctly focused when on manual focus). The colors are bold and vibrant in my opinion. I don\'t think the pictures of my kids have ever turned out so good. Side note: I did start using the auto focus feature recently while on a road trip to be able to shoot faster and I am very please with how well the pictures turned out. It was quick to focus and will likely be using this feature often when I am out and about (with little time to set up the shot).I am incredibly happy with my purchase and if I had to do over again, I would pick this model. After purchasing this camera, I purchased a used Canon 30D for my son as he wanted to learn as well. In comparison, the Canon EOS has come a long way in terms of design, ease of use for a beginner, and features but if anything, I know based on having both a new and used (old) camera in the house now, that they can stand the test of time if cared for properly. Oh, and having a bag in the kit is also pretty handy.
  • I\'m mostly a novice photographer with a specific interest: product photography for wood turnings I make and sell online. I purchased this camera after a couple of other failed attempts and overall, I\'m pleased.This is a basic camera and lens combo kit and if you\'re looking for some bells and whistles like an articulated LCD display, this isn\'t for you. However, the photos are outstanding, it has both a wide range of automatic settings as well as convenient access to more advanced controls if you want to set your own shutter speed, aperture, manual focus and so on.It is comfortable to hold, but I have mine tripod mounted all the time.Build quality is good and comparable to the Sony A3000 and the Nikon that I bought earlier. I do prefer this camera over these others, although I will say that the Nikon LCD interface is very intuitive. Having said that, it\'s basically what all low-end DSLRs are these days: plastic. That\'s not a bad thing, and it makes for a nice, lightweight camera if you\'re out in the field shooting. Likewise, the lens is also plastic and with a plastic mount so if you want something heavier you\'re better off with a bare camera and a separate lens.The LCD screen on this camera is of decent but not huge size. Still, it is fine for displaying settings. In Live View mode it\'s pretty good in my \"studio\" but I can\'t comment on contrast and visibility outdoors. However, it is clear, seems to have a fine resolution and does the job. However, it isn\'t articulated like some people prefer so that may be a deal-breaker for you. For me, not so much.Software:On-camera is good. It also has a \"feature guide\" that helps you along if you want to stray from the automatic settings. For example, you can change to aperture priority mode and it guides you through other settings. Very helpful for a newbie like me.Bundled is non-existent. I went to the Canon site and downloaded a set of utilities (this camera is also known as the 1300D). Included are a sort of Lightroom clone, another editor that I haven\'t even loaded, and a tethered shooting utility that I use. A lot.So for some reason Canon doesn\'t provide any software with the product, and not even a manual. That\'s mystifying to me but can all be found online. I got the manual and the utilities above. By the way, Canon is really aggravating about how you download software. Once you find it and choose to download, be prepared to provide your body serial number in order to link to the download. Sheesh!The main thing I wanted was to be able to shoot tethered to my computer, and, since I\'ve been using Photoshop forever, I also use Lightroom (and also Gimp and UFraw for those of you who know what those are :-)So how is that going? Pretty well. However, you have to have a tethering cable and Canon will sell you a cable for twenty-five bucks, or you can get this: \"IFC-500U Compatible USB Cable\" right here on Amazon for $8.Shooting tethered is great for me, because as I age, my vision is getting worse. I can now shoot products from my computer and use a 22\" monitor as a live view screen and then take the shot without touching the camera (after I\'ve turned it on).Looking back, had I realized then what I now do, I\'d have bought the T5 instead. Why? It\'s $100 cheaper, and really what I got for the difference is a slightly faster processor (don\'t need it), a better LCD screen (that I don\'t use), and WiFi (which sucks on this camera. Big time).Why do I say the WiFi sucks? Well because it isn\'t really compatible with a standard computer OS. You can shoot and dump off to a phone or an iPad but really, not to a computer? So my hope was to fire up the camera, have it seen as another resource on my home network, and move the photos to my 2TB NAS. However, the camera will not work in WiFi if a cable is attached, and vice versa. Which really is rendered moot anyway by the fact that it doesn\'t work with a PC or a Mac OS. C\'mon, Man!How many photographers spend hundreds of dollars on a camera to put photos on their phone? I mean, you can just use your phone for that.Hence the three stars. YMMV
  • Product in great condition aside from the mentioned light wear from use. Customer service was very kind and prompt. They immediately refunded my express shipping payment when the delivery service had a sudden delay. (Though this isn\'t to say it\'s not worth it! I was assured the delivery service is usually very fast, and the delay was unusual.) The description was spot on, and I got exactly what was described to me. They even gave a little thank you note attached to the invoice that came with the package!As for the camera itself, it should be mentioned that I (the 19 year old daughter of the account owner), am a complete beginner with photography, and the most expensive camera I\'ve even breathed near was one of those tiny things you can get for 40 bucks at target, so if you\'re a beginner, here\'s how it went for me upon my first day with the camera. I was a little intimidated, and obviously have yet to learn what all the buttons do, but everything is rather straight forward, with the different modes having descriptions displayed on screen. The auto focus is a bit funky, as it will sometimes not let me take a picture (This is most likely due to my own inexperience with a real camera.) But immediately I was able to take a great picture of my cat! I could see every little fur on her face!I plan to use this camera for both photography, mostly plants, animals, and stars, as well as live streaming. It works amazing as both a camera and a webcam, and I can already tell I\'m going to be really happy with it!Kind regards, Mrs. G\'s daughter.

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