Canon T6 Wifi Setup
Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera Bundle with Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens + 2pc SanDisk 32GB Memory Cards + Accessory Kit
This Camera Digital SLR Camera Bundle Includes:
Bought it as a gift for my wife and she is thrilled both by the camera itself which is a beauty, but also by the accessories that came with it; all of them are good quality and very complete in order to form a great starter kit for an amateur photographer; great buy, you pay a fraction of the camera's price and get a bunch of great gadgets practically for free! Very pleased, highly recommended for any aspiring photographer!
Came with everything pictured, all of the add on attachments are not Canon brand but they all work and attach to the camera. So excited about this purchase! Such a great deal.
The camera is awsome. Did find the picture a bit misleading. I thought there was 2 batteries but only got one. So if you need more than one battery u may want to order an extra
The is an okay kit, but most of the components don't match the quality of the main item: The camera.The EOS Rebel series is a great camera line to get started, especially if you're not sure yet if you want to do photography as a professional or if you're an amateur and want to do better than "average." The APS-C (or "crop-sensor") cameras are not "full-frame," professional 35mm cameras. They have most of the features of full-frame cameras, but they are usually physically smaller, have a smaller image sensor, and generally don't have quite the image quality of the larger cameras. That doesn't mean that they're bad. In fact, they are great cameras! It just means that there is a loss of quality that, all other things being equal, can be noticed in a number of instances. However, many professional photographers use crop-sensor cameras, either as their primary camera or as a backup. Canon's EOS Rebel line of crop-sensor cameras (like the T-7i, T6, T-5i, T-6i, etc.) are designed for EF-S mount lenses, which from Canon (and a few other manufacturers) is high-quality consumer grade glass, but they also accept most Canon EF mount lenses and even some EF extensions (mostly aftermarket), so professional-quality glass can be used.If you're looking to use this for video, I recommend looking for a T-6i or T-7i kit, since this unit can only use the built-in microphone. I didn't realize this and would have spent the money for the T-6i had I known.The included EF-S 18-55mm IS II lens is a reliable lens with good optics for portraiture, family photos, and most other "everyday use" situations. If you want to do telephoto shots, I recommend the EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS STM lens (which is a huge improvement over the 55-250mm IS II), since there's no focal length overlap. The EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II STM (or the newer USM) is an excellent-quality lens with a wider aperture that's also available for the EOS Rebel line, but it completely overlaps the kit lens. The 18-135mm has roughly half the maximum focal distance of the 55-250mm and is roughly twice the cost, but its overall quality is much better than either the 18-55 or the 55-250. They're all 58mm diameter glass, so the add-ons for the kit lens (like the filters and hood) are all interchangeable. I have a 55-250 and have used it with this camera kit and the quality is good enough for most amateur photographers.As for the rest of the equipment in this bundle, the best of what you're getting are the SD cards (which are reasonably good Class 10 cards suitable for photography and light video work) , the spare batteries, and the optical filters. The card reader is superfluous with most modern PCs but might come in handy on older or low-end computers (some Macs also don't have SD-card readers). The macro and telephoto lenses, while potentially useful in limited circumstances aren't high-quality items; you'll struggle to use them much of the time even with the kit lens, and they're totally impractical for lenses beyond 110mm focal length. The included flash is ultra-simplistic, but useful if you don't already have one. The tripod is cheap plastic and will probably break fairly quickly, but again it's useful if you don't already have (or if you need to save some weight and can't put the money into carbon fiber). The lens hood may come in handy if you've got a lot of glare in one of your shots; I rarely need it but it's been nice to have when I do.Overall, this an inexpensive way to start and it's a reasonably good value considering everything it comes with, but it's not great and much of it will leave a motivated amateur feeling wanting. Many components will end up being replaced and there will be many additions to it over time. Good for a just-starting-out middle/high school student or an amateur with limited time to practice the hobby.
this is an AMAZING starter camera. the bundle is great, comes with 2 batteries and 2 chargers so it'll potentially never be dead, tons of lenses, and tons of other cool stuff. battery lasts a while as well. i have already taken it on 3 vacations.
The camera kit alone would cost more in stores like Best Buy, Target, etc. Yet in this accessory bundle you get a bunch of extra stuff. I haven’t tried each accessory, but I reallly appreciated the two SD cards and the camera bag. As for the camera itself, I think it’s a good beginners camera for those trying to go beyond cell phone photography etc. I’ll attach some of the pictures I took during my first outings. All were taken in auto mode...I’m sure I can get better pics if I learned more about photography and used the manual settings & also purchased better lenses. However, the lens it comes with is great for general photography and to learn as a begginer. Overall im satisfied with this purchase
I LOVE this camera! This is hands down the best camera you can buy for the price. (The Nikon 3400 is a comparable entry-level camera, and may have the edge in some aspects, but I lean toward this camera.) This is totally easy to use, especially if you've used a Canon DSLR before.The add-ons from this seller are mostly good. Considering I paid $30 more for this whole bundle than the current retail price for JUST the body and lens, it's a fantastic value!Pros:- I believe this is the best camera body and lens for the money- The Canon bag can hold everything in this bundle except for the tripod (obviously), but it is a tight fit and takes some practice to pack it efficiently.- Having an extra battery is awesome!- The UHS-I 32GB memory cards are actually SanDisk rather than some cheapo no name card, and each one has a capacity for thousands of full quality JPGs.- The lens attachments and filters are ok.- The remote shutter button is good, especially for tripod shooting to ensure the camera stays steady.Cons:- The tripod is subpar. It's flimsy and I worry it will fall over with the slightest bump. If you plan on using a tripod a lot, buy a different one. But for the occasional (and very careful) tripod user, this will get the job done. Again, this was part of a huge bundle for essentially $30, so I can't complain.
Great camera but a lot of the accessories are not canon. Extra battery wasn’t canon, neither was the extra lens.
300M WIFI Extender Range Extender AP/Repeater/Router Mode Support(2 Ethernet Port, 2 External Port, WPS Button, US Plug)-White
Whole home WiFi coverage for your mobile devices. Works with any standard WiFi router.WiFi up to 300Mbps. External antennas for better performance.Convenient wall-plug design. 2 fast ports to connect wired devices like smart TVs and game consoles. Access Point mode creates a WiFi hotspot using a wired Ethernet connection. E-mail Support: firstname.lastname@example.org Qucik Setup for Enjoy Wireless Freely: 1.Plug this unit into a power socket. Wait until see green "Wlan" steady blink 2. On your phone/tablet/laptop connect to wireless network which name is"Wireless-N" (NOT your existing Wifi) 3. Open your browser and go to 192.168.10.253 4. Log in. Username and password are both "admin" 5. Click on "Repeater" (under Wizard) 6. Select your existing Wifi network and click "Apply" 7. Change the Repeater SSID(name) and Security key to EXACTLY match the SSID and password of your Wifi network Specifications: Wireless Standard: 802.11n, 802.11b/g Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz Wireless Speed: up to 300Mbps Wireless Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA Mixed, WPS Wireless Access Scheduling:Specific day and time Wireless Coverage Control:15% - 100% Output Power Antennas:2 rotatable external antennas LEDs - POWER , WLAN , WPS , LAN , WAN Package: 1 x Mini 300Mbps Wireless-N Wifi Router 1 x RJ-45 Ethernet Cable 1 x User manual
Canon PowerShot ELPH 190 Digital Camera w/10x Optical Zoom and Image Stabilization - Wi-Fi & NFC Enabled (Red)
The Canon Powershot ELPH 190 IS Camera is a great Wi-Fi-enabled camera at a great price. It features 20.0 megapixels and captures 720p HD video. It also includes smart auto settings for predefined shooting situations and scene modes for expressing your creativity.
Decent camera but you have to buy an additional memory card to use the camera. Also, the pictures are large files and cannot be shrunk down to EMail size without using another program.
We have not owned a working camera in years, instead we grab our phones and snap photos and video with ease. With six kids I wanted a camera that could capture photos to make albums and prints to share our memories. I did a lot of online research and decided on this camera. I liked that it was a Canon because Canon cameras usually rock. I LOVED that it had WiFi and a a price tag well below $200. Examples of photos looked amazing and I was looking forward to a camera that was affordable and easy to use. What I didn’t like is that it is really small and I felt like I was all thumbs using it. Being small is perfect when you’re traveling, but not when you are juggling a kid in your hip and trying to catch the goal shot st a soccer game. The WiFi feature was almost impossible to figure out and the app for it was not compatible with hubby’s smart photo. It was not the one-button process that I was hoping for. Action shots were difficult to focus, even in the right setting. It was not the point and shoot miracle I was hoping for, so back to Amazon it went. I was torn about this decision, and if I wasn’t so busy I would have kept this camera because it did have great features for a great price. It just wasn’t the camera for this crazy and hectic group.
Doesn't work with windows 10. Cannot connect to camera. So I gotta do things the old fashioned way since I can't even use a usb cable. Why doesn't anyone mention this?!
I had a Cannon PowerShot for many years, and it was an incredible and very reliable camera. So, when it came time to replace it after it suffered a fatal damage, I wanted to try another Cannon PowerShot. This camera looked great and had pretty good reviews, so I thought I would give it a try. It felt sturdy and was quite beautiful- the blue color, in person, is really vibrant! However, the picture quality was quite poor. My husband and I tried out the camera separately multiple times of day (in different natural and artificial light), but each picture came out slightly fuzzy or with too much or too little light. The camera could not adjust to any lighting we tried it in, on any setting, and the images themselves would not focus accurately. I ultimately decided to return it because of these issues. It was a disappointment considering how wonderful my last Canon PowerShot was.
It was never mentioned the camera had no memory card nor a computer cable for uploading and printing pictures. I had to purchase all this after I received the camera. To me I did not get what I ordered.I had to go buy additional parts to make a working camera. I , quite simply, could have gone to Walmart and bought a complete unit. Less trouble and money.Not happy with the entire experience !!
The old Canon Powershot I had, would no longer focus well after about 10 years. Probably its partially my fault for dropping it many times over the years. Since I take photos in the field for work, I like this camera better since it more easily fits into my pocket and it can quickly be taken out. The 10x zoom is wonderful and much better than my other camera. I shot approximately 300 photos before the battery went dead. I did buy a backup chargeable battery so I am set to switch when it goes out. I haven't tried all the features yet, but so far, I really like the camera.I have edited and changed this from my original review. I downgraded it from a 5 star to a 2 star. The camera takes very good photos. The video has very poor sound quality due to the microphone picking up the sound of the zoom lense. It sounds like you are in a factory next to a fork lift machine being operated. I used the camera to take a video of children singing at a school performance and it ruins the video. Very dis-satisfied with the video sound!
wtf where is the battery? expected battery, landyard and charger but all enclosed in package was the charger. not that it matters there were no intstructions that usually accompany a product such as this. camera itself is fine just disappointed in the fact that the battery that makes it operational wasn't. product packaging said it was included.
Does not have a cable to direct download pics to computer. If I had realized this I would not have purchased this camera. I bought 2 of them and the wifi setup is complicated and doesn't work correctly. Took me several frustrating hours to get the pictures off both cameras into my online photo software.
Canon PowerShot SX420 Digital Camera w/42x Optical Zoom - Wi-Fi & NFC Enabled (Black)
Canon PowerShot SX420 Digital Camera w/ 42x Optical Zoom - Wi-Fi & NFC Enabled (Black)
I came to Amazon looking for a camera to take on vacations and trips. I only ever use my iPhone for pictures, and wanted to invest in something slightly more professional that wouldn't break the bank. I am in no way a photographer, but this camera sure makes me feel like one. It's the perfect size for travelers, as it fits in your hand perfectly, as it's very small and portable. I think the picture quality is absolutely stunning. I can zoom into a tree from over 100 feet away and it looks as if I'm right in front of it! I haven't taken this camera on my trip to Europe yet, but will update and post the pictures I take once I do. I've mostly just played around with it, taking pictures of my dog or sister. I included a selfie to show the flash - that was taken in a pitch black room. I wasn't even sure it would come out clear, but wow! Look at the quality!One thing I would like to address is the wifi, which might be my favorite thing about this camera as a whole. I contemplated buying the Canon powershot SX410, which is a cheaper, slightly older version of this camera, but opted for this because of the wifi feature. I can't boast about it enough. I can take a picture of something, click on the wifi option on the camera, connect to the wifi from my phone, open the free camera app and send the picture directly from my camera to my iPhone. I can also delete that picture from the camera once I've saved it to my phone, so I'll never run out of space! The battery life is also very impressive and it seems to stay charged for a long time (another reason it's great for travelers). And the time it takes to fully charge the battery isn't long at all.I'm just a person who wanted a cool camera to take nice quality pictures. I'm not a photographer or anything near, but I love clean, crisp quality shots. If you want a small, portable camera that takes AMAZING quality pictures, has a KILLER zoom and flash, and has a wifi feature that allows you to share your pictures on social media in the matter of seconds after taking the picture, this is for you. This camera should be so much more expensive that it is because it's absolutely amazing. 10/10 recommend!
I don't have a lot of photography or non-phone camera experience. So, I really just jumped into the DSLR world with this camera. Having this for a week, I really enjoy it for how much it can do.Seems like a lot of the reviews here are people that don't understand how cameras work (ISO, aperture, shutter speed). You DO NOT have full control over aperture or shutter speed. It's an entry level camera. If you want full control, buy a Rebel T5! The specs are not professional either (they're mid-range at best), so don't expect your quality of pics to be super awesome starting out, you need practice. This camera is a tool, you have to control it. It's not going to take great pics by itself!Here's a few of my favorite pics I've taken in the past week. Enjoy! 🙂
What a wonderful camera! It's light. It's photos are SO REAL. And it's SO EASY to operate. I bought it in RUBY RED, and I can FIND IT anywhere, even in the dark. Its battery holds an extended charge for many photos.I bought a couple of backup batteries and a backup charger to have on hand.
The canon power shot sx420 is a neat little “point and shoot” camera. Great focal length (see chameleon and fork pictures) good zoom that stays clear and doesn’t get grainy. This was a gift for some one who thought they might like to get into photography but doesn’t understand terms like iso.I think this will be a good camera for a beginner as it allows you to change picture resolution, light and focus while looking, but has a feature where it tells you the photos info so you can understand.Usually a Nikon fan but same price range you can’t get wifi enabled- this has WiFi - and it works well! You need to dig a bit to find the camera functions and not everything is as intuitive as I’d like, but I would say overall very good.Compact size makes a big difference for this camera. It’s very light and handles well.Night mode is fairly good- husky photo was low light. You need to figure out the settings with in the mode- but it’s doable.I took away one star because with everything it DOES do, you should be able to do more outside of the “auto” mode. Will update review once present is assessed by giftee-
When I first received this camera, I wrote a review saying I loved it. The photos were super sharp, and the zoom was amazing. It's so easy to use. However, now, a few months after I received it, it suddenly broke. One day, I used it and everything was fine; the next day, for some reason, the zoom lens wouldn't retract and a message popped up telling me to "restart the camera." I had not dropped the camera. I kept it in the camera bag, and had no reason to think it had suffered any trauma. I tried multiple times to restart the camera, but it didn't help. I called Canon, and they suggested I send it to them. Instead, I found an authorized Canon dealership nearby. They saw the camera was still under warranty, and took it in for me to send it themselves to Canon. Today, I was informed that Canon will charge me $93.20 to repair the camera because, they say, the lens is not under warranty. The camera store told me that the lens is the most vulnerable part of the camera. Needless to say, I am very disappointed.
Very hard to control zoom,need a stand to steady the shot. great shots a mile away!
It is pretty much point & shoot with a short telephoto lens. Easy to use & good pics & transferring via WiFi is a boon.
Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera w/ 18-55mm Lens + 32GB Card + Basic Photo Accessory Bundle
This K&M Camera Bundle includes Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera with 18-55 IS STM mm Lens, 2x32GB SD Memory Card, 12" Flexible Tripod, DSLR Holster Camera Bag, UV Filter, 3 pc Cleaning Kit, 2 Universal Screen Protectors, 6 Pc Memory Card Case, 5" Flex Tabletop Tripod, SD Card Reader/Writer, Lens Cap Keeper, K&M MicroFiber Cloth. With a compact and lightweight body, the black Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera provides users with a fully-featured system that won't weigh them down. Packed into the tiny body is a capable 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 7 Image Processor, both of which work together to create sharp, vivid images at native sensitivities up to ISO 25600 and extended sensitivities up to ISO 51200. Video shooting has received a boost with Full HD 1080p recording possible at up to 60 fps. The SL2 also manages some significant body upgrades, with the main addition being a 3.0 vari-angle touchscreen LCD for intuitive operation and the ability to work at odd angles with relative ease.
Let's talk about the accessories first. You get a nice 64GB SanDisk SDXC UHS-I Ultra (80MB/s) card suitable for 1080 60p recording on this DSLR. The SD card reader was also quite fast in transferring RAW and JPEGs. The 12" tripod is below average, but could still be useful. The microfiber cloth is not that great, but still better than a normal cloth.I bought the DSLR from Amazon on July 21, and it arrived on July 25. After leaving photography for a while and switching from my personal Nikon D3000 to this, I personally think it's a good upgrade.I'm sure every one here is aware of the specs, but I just want to say that the Dual Pixel AF System is really great and makes up for the lack of focus points (and cross-type focus points).My view of this DSLR is that it's a vloggers/social media camera. With more than double the battery life of the SL1, WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC; this is perfect. I managed to upload my RAW image to Instagram in less than 20 seconds through the official Android app. However, I am not sure if the RAW file is compressed/converted when uploading to a smartphone, because it took me more than 2 minutes to upload a single RAW file to my PC (EOS Utility 3).As a vlogging DSLR, I recommend these lenses:- EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5 - 5.6 IS STM (Wide-angle for video)- EF-S 18-55mm f/4 - 5.6 IS STM (Kit lens, general use)- EF 50mm f/1.8 STM (Bokeh!)- EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III (cheap tele) or EF-S 55-250mm IS STM (better quality)While using the DSLR, I do have a few problems which can be fixed through the custom configuration menu. I pressed the DISP button to turn off the display which seemed to turn off accidental touchscreen taps when using the OVF.Rating out of 10:Kids / pets 8Action / sports 7Landscapes / scenery 8.5Portraits 7.5Low light (without flash) 7.5Flash photography (social) 8Studio / still life 8Conclusion, I love this camera. The design, size, and weight is great despite being heavier than the SL1. However, the grip might be a little bit small for some people (I have small fingers).
I'm very pleased with this camera and this bundle. The bundle choices are very good and I've already used pretty much all of them. I wasn't sure I would use the bendy tripod - but I've already used it twice! One thing to note - Canon no longer packages a cable with this camera, I had one from my old Canon, but if you want to connect directly to your computer you'll need to purchase a cable to do so. That being said, there is a card-reader in the bundle and the camera has wifi, so you are not without options. I'm using the camera mainly to film my video podcast (now in HD!) and the quality is stellar.
Great deal for exactly what I was looking for. I wanted a light weight camera that had a selfie flip screen for vlogging along with good picture and good video capabilities. This camera fits the bill great. Most bundles are usually the cheapest things found thrown in a 'package' deal. While this isn't top of the line stuff, the extras in this are decent, especially for a beginner photographer/videographer. I would look at picking up a good kit lens set (comes with CPL, ND, and other filters along with a lens hood), a decent full size tripod, and an extra battery. Other then that, this kit and camera can do just about anything a beginner, and even some advanced, photographer/videographer wants.
This is a great camera for beginners to average users. Nice pics and menus. Unfortunately, more than half of the items in the bundle did not arrive, nor would the vendor or Amazon send the missing items. The vendor was completely unresponsive to me. The reason Amazon support gave for not being able to provide the parts was "this item is 'fulfilled by Amazon'". Great, I thought..... so fulfill it. The only choice they gave me was to return everything and re-order. I was about to leave on a 4 week trip, so I wanted the camera. They did offer to extend the return window by a month, so I could return it after the trip, so, that was good. Still I don't think it was an acceptable resolution. The missing parts from the bundle were: 2x32GB SD Memory Card, UV Filter, 3 pc Cleaning Kit, 2 Universal Screen Protectors, 6 PC Memory Card Case, 5" Flex Tabletop Tripod, Lens Cap Keeper, and the K&M MicroFiber Cloth. That's a lot of stuff. It should have been an easy matter to rectify. I can tell you that "fulfilled by Amazon" will not be a selling point for me in the future.
As advertised - all components arrived in excellent condition, camera warranty included. I would buy from them again without hesitation.
I was wanting a camera that would be best of both of world's. A good beginner dslr for video and photography and after about a year of researching I finally went with the Canon SL2. I'm happy I did! For me it's an excellent beginner dslr because it simplifies the use of different modes being manual,av, and others! It's a great vlogging camera as well! Check out my YouTube to see the quality of this camera! YouTube/MattYellowhorse
This ensemble was packed with a ton of goodies. Some of which I won't use( but glad to have nonetheless). I purchased this camera mainly for video shoots. I have yet to take still shots yet but from other reviews the still shots are amazing even with the pack in 18-55mm lens. I shot a video Sunday night over a friend's house and video quality seemed a little noisey I had ample light(1daylight lamp stand) but I may need to play with the settings more. It doesn't seem to allow me to adjust the iso while shooting 1080p 60fps. That could have contributed to the grainyness. I will admit I am entry level in videography but I continue to use this camera and see how well it does over time.
Canon EOS M100 Mirrorless Camera w/15-45mm Lens - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC Enabled (Black)
Let the new EOS M100 camera stimulate your photographic creativity with helpful features including a touch screen and Dual Pixel CMOS AF for rapid and precise autofocusing. Additionally, the LCD can tilt up to 180-degrees to provide creative angles including selfies, and offers Self Portrait Mode and a Creative Assist feature for guidance and impressive results.
I wasn't expecting the same kind of performance one would get from a much more expensive DSLR or even higher end mirrorless camera. However, the relatively large APS-C sensor was a draw, and the availability of a variety of EF-M and compatibility (via adapter) with other Canon lenses was a plus.Now, I know this camera is aimed squarely at those stepping up from smartphone photography. For those people, this is a great (surprisingly compact) camera. For those that want a little more control, it really depends on how much you're willing to give up.There's no hot shoe. For videographers, there's no dedicated audio-in. You're stuck with the built in microphone.Most significantly, there's no viewfinder. I knew this going in, and it was a gamble as to whether or not using the touchscreen would be a pleasure or a pain. For me, it's leaning more toward pain. It's difficult to see in bright sunlight. Also, my large hands have endowed me with sizable fingertips. Fiddling around with settings that would otherwise be a much easier and tactile experience on a device with more physical dials and buttons is occasionally an exercise in frustration. Especially in bright light, it's very difficult for me to make use of the manual control, which is already not as accessible in the on-screen menus as I'd like.BUT... for smartphone snappers accustomed to tapping to focus/snap and not much else, the touchscreen is very easy to use. In fully automatic mode, the camera does a great job if you can sacrifice manual aperture and shutter control or don't have any idea why you would want to do such a thing.In short: This is a great camera for those with smartphone camera usability expectations, who also have small-ish fingers.
Someone has to be the first, and I guess I'm it. I'm an amateur photographer who has been playing with SLR cameras for the last 40 years.This camera was bought to replace a Canon S95, and potentially be the backup to my 5D2, which has been intermittently reporting the dreaded "Error 30" shutter issue recently. Right now, Amazon are offering a great bundle of this body (comes with the 15-45mm kit lens) and an EF to EF-M adapter, saving you around $100 - appealing to the Canon photographer. The appeal of being able to use some of my nicer EF lenses was what swayed me to purchase.The camera is slightly bigger than the S95 body and is nice to hold, has a good metal/rubber grip finish and feels sturdy. The kit lens pictures are exactly what you would expect from such a lens; it is not very sharp unless stopped down, but it's OK for the casual photographer, and 15-45mm is a good outdoor range for landscapes and such.Focus is relatively quick and mostly good, typical Canon. Taking a photo produces a satisfying shutter noise, and makes it feel like a 'real' SLR camera. The screen is excellent and the tilt function will finally let me and the wife take selfies without guessing (although I often love the surprise of how they turn out).The menu system is already driving me crazy, but I will caveat this with the fact that I have had limited playtime so far. Canon, in their 'wisdom' decided to do away with what are the most often used features of my little S95; that being Av and Tv (aperture priority and shutter speed priority) direct selection on the top rotary selector. This may be partially overcome via assigning functions to virtual buttons, and there also appears to be a way to specify the order and number of quick access functions, which will help. Note that the touch screen is pretty much how you interact with the camera functions to get to the nitty-gritty manual modes, and it's a variation of the typical Canon interface we all know, so takes time to get used to. All of this only matters if you like to get involved in your pictures and be a little creative. The menu is what's knocking down this review a star. Maybe I'll get used to it. The manual is a joke also. It's oversimplified to the point of uselessness. For instance, "Aperture Priority" is not even in the index of functions.I am finding this camera to be a mish-mash of pro features but caged in an interface geared for the casual photographer.So, I'll still be using my 5D more often than not, but this appears to be a great camera when needing a smaller, portable setup. As often is said; the best camera for the occasion is the one you have with you in that moment, right? I'm looking forward to trying out the 22mm prime lens offered, let's see how that sharpens things up.I will update this after I have had a chance to properly road test this, and also see how it performs with my EF lenses, no matter how awkward that will look! I still have to test out the the wireless functions too.EDIT 11/2017: I returned this camera along with the 22mm prime lens. The whole setup simply was not sharp or wide enough for me in landscape scenarios, so, I am back to my little S95, hunting for another big DSLR to replace the 5D.
I'm a professional photographer and have worked with everything from a Canon film camera to the Nikon D4, my main camera now is the canon 70D. I bought this camera to travel with and take pictures of the kids. I know most people will say just use your phone, but I don't like the quality of the print when it comes from a cell phone. This camera has all the same features of my 70D in a smaller, more compact size. Many of you asked who is this camera for in 2017.. I would say it's for the people who want the quality of a DSLR in a small, easier to travel with size. This camera is great for the travelers or the moms. It's fast, and easy to use. I am one that always has my camera in manual mode, but I have found even in the auto setting this camera gets it right. It also has a creative assist function where you can play with setting, find one you like, and save it for future use.
Purchased for our teenage daughter as gift. The quality of photos is terrific. Very pleased and recommend.
Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital Camera: 18 Megapixel 1080p HD Video DSLR Bundle with 18-55mm &75-300mm Lenses 32GB (2 x 16GBSD Card) Flash Filter Kit & Bag - Professional Vlogging Sports & Action Cameras
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Includes: Canon EOS Rebel T6 18.0 MP DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm IS II & EF 75-300mm III Lenses & Canon Gadget Bag Digital Slave Flash Two Sandisk 16GB SD Card 58mm 3-Piece Filter Kit Microfiber Cloth Lens Blower; Canon Authorized Dealer - Includes USA Manufacturer's Warranty; Canon T6 18MP CMOS DIGIC 4+ Image Processor | Wi-Fi & NFC Wireless Connectivity; 3.0 fps Continuous Shooting | 9-Point AF System; EOS Full HD Video | Enhanced Creative Filters
If you're wondering how good a deal this is, I was ready to buy the same model camera body, with JUST the 18-55 and 75-300 mm lenses and the camera bag, for exactly the same price at a big-box warehouse store. I'm really glad I took a breath and did a little online research, because when I found this bundle from Focus I honestly thought it was too good to be true. This is, quite literally, everything I was looking for in moving from my point-and-shoot/phone camera situation into the world of DSLRs. As someone who used to shoot 35mm film as a semi-pro (reporter/photographer for a small newspaper), I can't imagine many folks needing any more than this.First, you just can't beat Canon for overall camera quality at this level - I'd lusted for one back in my film days, but couldn't justify replacing my reliable old Minolta X370. The included Canon lenses will cover nearly all your bases, and the included off-brand wide-angle and telephoto attachments expand the potential for creativity. I recommend this package over others particularly because of the flash - a zoom model with an angled head that's ideal for shooting indoors where lighting is poor and red-eye from a fixed flash is always a danger.With the right configuration the included bag will easily fit everything except the tripod and (maybe) the second (travel) battery charger. Speaking of the tripod, as I already own both a full-size and short tripod, the inclusion of the mini-tripod with the flexible legs was great, since it gives me even more options. Tasty extras like the memory cards, HDMI cable, filter set, side strap, and the USB-compatible SD card reader only add to the value, as they're things that you would probably end up buying separately anyway. Here, it all lands at your door in one box for the same price you'd pay for the camera and lenses somewhere else. I can't stress enough the overall value of this bundle for anyone looking to move into DSLR photography and get started right away.
What an awesome bundled deal! I'm only a beginning photographer, but this is certainly enough to get me up and running!
I have been using this camera for about 3 months now. I am a beginner in the photography world but this camera has certainly helped in making me want to spend a lot of my spare time out taking pictures. Everything that was listed in the bundle arrived exactly as stated. There are few things that I haven't used yet but I'm sure that I will as I have more time to play around (i.e. the filters and the external flash). There were some complaints on the tripod, but really it actually is a nice little tripod. It is short though. Perfect for setting on a table or on the hood of your car for stabilization or for a quick selfie with your family. I had read some complaints about it not holding up the camera but you just have to tighten the neck of the tripod and I have had no problems with it. Not everything that comes in this bundle is canon but I didn't expect it to be with the price that you pay for all of it. The other brand that comes with it is Focus and so far no complaints there either. The bundle came with both the Canon battery and charger but also a Focus battery and charger and I have to be honest that the Focus battery has been better at holding it's charge. If I had one complaint it would be the bag. It is an okay bag but you really can't fit much in it.... it wouldn't stop me from buying this set though. I really have only started to become aware of this issue as I have started adding lenses to my collection and there isn't an inch to spare. My next purchase will be a larger bag. All in all though this is an excellent bundle for the price when you compare it to box store cameras. If you are just starting out or just want a great camera to play with I would highly recommend it!
Wow, what a deal. I can't believe all I got for the cost. My brother is a photographer and he was floored when he saw all I got and the quality of the lenses, filters, sd cards, bad, etc..... The people at Focus followed up with me to make sure that everything was OK. Thank you for everything.
This is the perfect entry level NICE dslr camera. It is perfect for beginners learning the ins and outs of photography while enabling them to take amazing photos with automatic settings. This bundle is well worth it. Some extras I won't even need or use but the flash and extra lenses was a better deal than buying it all separately. Highly recommend!!
Happy with almost everything in the kit. BUT the flash, and the 'tabletop tripod' are jokes. The flash doesn't work at all (feels ultra cheap too) and the table top tripod is so tiny and I don't trust putting my camera on top of it. Other than that, everything is great. Can't wait to really get out there and start using it.
I'm so glad I bought this package. I've already recommended it to a friend who bought one. This is my first DSLR camera so I didn't know what I needed or didn't need. This has everything. I have since bought more memory cards, another 2 batteries/charger and a large tripod but I use most of the accessories on a regular basis (except the fisheye lens).I'd buy a book to go with this because even after watching YouTube videos and using the manual it's still a bit confusing to learn. I bought this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1607748509/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_49 and the Canon EOS Rebel t6 for Dummies book. Like both for different reasons. The Dummies book handles the basics and how to. The other one helps you get gorgeous shots.The quality of my photos and videos is so much higher. I'm still in auto mode but I'm planning to take a photography class and learn manual mode next. My only complaint is that the Rebel t6 doesn't have an external microphone port so we couldn't use our Rhodes mic with it. There may be an adapter but believe me it's a real pain to figure out what might work! Built in audio isn't the best but for now it's good enough.This was a great value and gave me things I didn't know I'd need but do need.
Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens, Built-in WiFi and NFC - Black (Certified Refurbished)
Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kit with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens, Built-in WiFi and NFC - Black (Certified Refurbished)
I bought this refurb because it is almost 20% less than the new one while it has the same 1 year warranty from Canon.T6 is one of the smallest and lightest DSLRs. It is a great beginner's DSLR. Takes wonderful photo.I had a canon T5 before, which has no Wi-Fi. Canon T6 replaces the Canon T5. The main differences are: Canon T6 has Wifi and a Digic 4+ processor while Canon T5 has no Wi-Wi and a basic Digic 4 processor.
So very happy with my purchase! looks brand new, camera takes great shots. Packaged well, I ordered this friday and came in the NEXT day!!
I was worried at first because it is a refurbished product but I am more than pleased with my purchase, especially since this is my first good camera. I take it everywhere with me and I am still practicing but it is a really easy camera to use and it’s easy to get the hang of!
Camera came right on time, everything that should have came with it was in the box... I love it!
This camera came in perfect condition! It was wrapped super nicely and seemed brand new. This camera is pretty easy to understand for beginners like myself. Fully automatic shooting is a great way to start before you learn about the manual controls.
LOVE my canon. I had a Nikon d3000 before and this feels like a total upgrade. (I hardly use my old camera anymore, this one is so much better.) It's great for low lighting and the price is correct. Pretty quality videos, too. I bought it refurbished but it looks and works like new.
This camera arrived in mint condition. Came with the strap, charger, cable, and battery. Takes beautiful pictures and easy to set up the WiFi connection. Everything works just fine and I am beyond excited to take more and more photos with this and get better at photography. I used to be on the edge about buying refurbished but every canon camera I’ve bought refurbished have always worked out fine.
This is my first camera ever. I decided to buy a camera for my trip to LA and San Fran coming up. I just received my package (even thought I should've gotten it yesterday..) anyways the camera is like brand new and works GREAT. I took my first two photos and I was amazed by the quality of it. It comes with the lens, strap, camera body, battery, charger and USB to transfer your photos on your computer. The best part of this camera is the wifi and how easy it is to transfer photos to your smart phone. I can post nice Pics on my social media super fast. I love it!!!!!
Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm, EF 75-300mm Lens, and Deluxe Bundle
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Includes: Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm & 75-300mm Lens | Focus Flash w/ Wide/Tele Lenses & 58mm Filters | 58mm UV Lens Protection Filter | Two SanDisk Ultra 32GB SD Cards | ocus DSLR Camera Accessories Bundle | 59" Photo & Video Tripod; Canon Authorized Dealer – Includes USA Manufacturer’s Warranty; Canon T6 18MP CMOS DIGIC 4+ Image Processor | Wi-Fi & NFC Wireless Connectivity; 3.0 fps Continuous Shooting | 9-Point AF System; EOS Full HD Video | Enhanced Creative Filters
It has been 20+ years since I used an SLR (Pentax K1000), so decided it was time. This is a great kit. The reviews I read on this model confirm that it should suit my needs for a long time. The price is great. Right now the camera kit and the extra lens at Best Buy would cost you about $80 more. Camera is great. Took it out to play this afternoon. I have a Powershot G15, so I am used to the menu layouts. But I have to say the accompanying Deluxe bundle leaves a lot to be desired. I'll list Pros, OKs and ConsProsYou would need to buy memory cards if you bought at Best Buy. The two included cards are upgrade to the ones illustrated and currently sell on Amazon for $17 eachThe filters included 2 UV filters. While it seems to be a debate if you need a UV filter on a digital camera, it does provide a bit of protection. Filter set plus extra UV filter would have cost about $25The bag is ok. It will due until I can find better. Not enough velcro panels to really provide a lot of separate places for things.OKsThe flash seems to be ok, but a manual flash on an automatic camera? Seriously?SD Card wallet is a plus. I hate it when I can't find them in a bag that doesn't have little pockets.The wrist strap I might try, but it means losing the neck strap. Have to think about that one.ConsThe tripod is junk. Just getting it out and extending the legs said 'don't put anything on here.' With hardly any pressure, putting it on the ground with all the legs extended resulted in legs flexing and bending. Crank to elevate the center rod is stiff, and I suspect you could strip the gear teeth quite easily. Also tried to chase down specs from 'manufacturer' for load limit - none.The telephoto/wide angle lenses are throwbacks to the days of fixed mounted lens cameras. Weren't great then, not going to be great now. Tried the telephoto, and while there is some magnification, there was also aberration.The deluxe started cleaning kit, the tabletop tripod and the SD card reader will all find their way into oblivion.What would have been useful instead of the detritus would have been a couple of lens pouches, for a little extra protection.Suggestion to everyone - The supplied battery from Canon is has a capacity of 860 maH. You should consider at least one extra battery, and personally, I have had good luck with Li-Ion batteries from Wasabi. You can get 2 with a capacity of 1600 maH for $15. Opt for 2 batteries and a charger for $21. The charger comes with a 12vdc adapter to charge batteries in the car.
So I received this nifty product and let me just say that it was a phenomenal feeling. Everything on the description came in except one thing...the mini tripod. I was kind of disappointed that it didnt come in with everything included, but besides that everything else came in. Some of the stuff were inside of the bag which was a surprise because I thought I had opened everything but apparently there was more inside the deluxe bag. The camera works perfectly, everything works perfectly, but one think to know is that the external flash needs AA batteries if I am correct, but overall it's a great buy. I would recommend it for first time photographers.One thing about it is that it's kind if hard to take pictures at night so you'll either need to be in a lighted place or keep adjusting the focus. It's a great quality camera for the price and with the extra accessories it's just a bonus. Most cameras especially canon by itself cost nearly around $400/$500 only the body and the extra accessories would be around $200 so this is a great deal. Im highly satisfied with the sellers product
Excellent camera! Does everything I need it to do! This is an absolutely great deal as you get extra lenses, an extra flash, great filters, a tripod, 2 memory cards, camera battery, a camera bag & more. No where else can you find a Canon Rebel Camera in such a huge bundle for such a low price!However, I did have to buy a bigger camera bag than what came with this bundle. No way can all of these great accessories fit into the camera bag included. Getting a larger camera bag was really not a big deal. I still use the camera bag that is included when I know I'll only need 2 lenses maximum & not much more.All-in-all, this is a really good deal, & you do save money in the long run getting this excellent bundle!
I just received my camera today and so far so good. Despite that I don't know how to use a camera, I was playing with it and taking pictures of my friend within the first 10 mins of getting it and I'm impressed with how good it turned out for just a testing picture and no settings changed from what it came with. Very happy and I can't wait to figure it out more! Highly recommend.
This is the same price as the regular Canon bundles, but with WAY more stuff. You probably already know about the camera, so bundle pro/cons for me are...Pros: the body and 2 Canon lenses, SD cards, filters, card reader, table top tripod, and cleaning items. Cons: the regular size tripod is a little wobbly and the vivitar lenses (macro and wide angle) are...funky. BUT I plan to use them as props to shoot through as I hold them, so no loss there. The bag isn't a Canon, and the velcro inside is a little scratchy, and not that strong, and I thought I'd hate it, but I actually do. There are multiple pockets outside and on the top flap are very handy, and there's extra buckles that make the zippered flap even more secure. I haven't tried the flash yet, but all these extras are just bonuses. This is perfect for the beginner/student on a budget.
Love love love this camera. I am new, I can take good photos on my phone. However I wanted to step my game up. So like an normal person I went and bought a $500 camera... haha. Anyway I'm happy I made the purchase. I am still learning the camera. However everyday since I got it, the weather has been rainy, and cloudy. Anyway I haven't used everything yet. The mini tri pod was trash can't really hold the weight of you want to extend the legs. Even without extending I still wouldn't want to put my camera on it. I plan to buy a better one. The bigger tri pod is not bad. Still learning how to use it better. I'm still use to my old tri pod. The 50ml and 300 (right I forgot at the moment) Lens are great. I've gotten some pretty decent photos. Once the moon is at it's full I hope to get a picture. Anyway I'm no expert but I will say that I'm beyond happy with my purchase. I'll admit I was super nervous because it is my biggest purchase that I've ever made. I'm glad o did.
Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens, Along with 32 & 16GB SDHC, and Deluxe Accessory Bundle with Xpix Cleaning Accessories
Shoot. Share. Impress. Finally, the debut of a camera offering quality your photos deserve; the EOS Rebel T6 from Canon , is ideal for smartphone or digital point-and-shoot camera users seeking to enhance their imaging game. Featuring an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS image sensor, as well as the DIGIC 4+ Image Processor, it allows for highly detailed, vibrant shots and videos even in difficult situations. With the built-in Wi-Fi and NFC technology, you can now share your favorite photos easily with friends, family, and the world to view and enjoy. Whether out on an adventure, or snapping pictures of special moments with friends and family, the EOS Rebel T6 is easy to use, simple to share with, and delivers image quality that’s sure to inspire. ♦ Deluxe bundle includes: ♦
This camera is amazing, and everything that came with it was usefull to the best of its abilities. Honestly I didn't pay much attention on a zoom lens but now I realize I should buy one as well the package was supposed to come today but it came Saturday and it's been such a fun and good quality experience. It's the best beginners 📷!!
Impressed on how fast i got this kit. Great for starters like me. Have much to learn now for a new hobby that’s rewarding
I’m so angeryI didn’t get my camera this is robbery
Got everything super fast shipping would recommend
I’m in love with my new camera! It took a couple of hours playing around with it and flipping through the instruction manual to figure out how to take good photos of children that don’t sit still, but I got a few good ones already! This bundle of accessories is overwhelming for a newbie like me, but really fun to go through. I feel like, for the price I paid, it was all a steal! I mainly bought this because I am sick of hiring photographers to take photos of my kids and ending up only liking a couple of shots because of kids having a bad day, weather doesn’t cooperate, the photographers aren’t all that good, on and on and on. I figured my money was better spent on a good camera that I can use myself and play around with while my kids play and then work on some good “professional” photos myself! I have a family member that is also an amateur photographer and he suggested YouTube videos to figure out how to do certain things. I don’t think it will take me long to be able to do an official photo session with my kids suitable for the Christmas cards this year!
The camera is great! Very easy to use. The app worked well with my S8 and it was easy to get my pictures. When the set came it wasn't complete (my tripod was broken and I was missing the 32 memory card). It was a simple fix they shipped both items out to after I contacted them. As I stated before the camera is very easy to use and great for a photographer who is trying to be more advance than a point-n-shoot camera. Left a pic to show the clarity of the pics. I did research for a more advanced camera and this is a great price for all the tools you get.
Everything was great! The camera works great with the different additional lens do as well. Pics come out great. The only bad thing is that the flash that you have attach to the camera is not good at all. You can't adjust the flash so the pictures isn't good too much light.
Everything was perfect! Camera was a gift for Christmas! My husband was so surprised and hasn't put it down since! I ordered for Christmas last minute and received everything next day! Fast shipping and great packaging! Wonderful product! Thank you so much for making my purchase so easy and expedient!!!!