Couple Months With The Canon Rebel t6 (Review)

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Feature 4 mode style function A mode:press the A button to light up the warm light,press it again to turn off B mode:The B button change for the colorful light(Long press B to turn off the light) C mode:rotary button,withing little noise thanfore,press it again to close. Music mode First:press it to start music,if you don’t press later,it will play 4 times for 12 songs in a row Loop 4 times to stop; Second:press it to start,one more time to next music,music stop and then turn off the music mode;press it again to play next song Third:if music singing,you can long press the button for 3 seconds ,Music will turn off 4 Model can be adjusted at the same time,you can press A button then press B button then C button or music button,they will present different effect as you like rotates the colorful light projector on walls and ceiling Ideal for decorating the romantic indoor like wedding,birthday,parties Easy operation and save energy power Song listing Laputa:Castle in the Sky Mozart’s Melody My Soul Freedom Down by Salley Gardens Annie’s Wonderland Spirited Away Edelweiss Notturno Air Canon Ponyo on the Cliff Two Charging way: 1..powered by USB cable or DC charger. 2..powerd by built-in 18650 rachargable lithium battery(can be used directly for about 12 hours after charging ). Package includes 1 x Music Projector Night light 1xUSB cable (not including adapters) 1 x certificate 1 x instruction Note for the first time to use, remove the batteries diaphragm on the bottom,which can use batteries to start music projector night light Our products have been well tested, examined and packaged before sending off. Any problem please feel free to contact us first so that we can supply the best service for you. 

Introduction to the Canon Rebel T3i/600D: Basic Controls

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Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 USM Lens undle. USA. Value Kit with Accessories #2526A004

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens - Lens Cap E-77U - Rear Lens Cap E - Tripod Mount - LZ-1132 Lens Pouch - Strap - Lens Hood (Built-in) - Canon 1 Year Warranty - Bundle Includes: - 77mm Photo Essentials Filter Kit (UV/CPL/ND2) - Lens Cap Leash - Professional Lens Cleaning Kit; L-series construction and optics; Large focal length compact size; One UD and one super UD lens element; Fast, quiet USM autofocus

Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm STM Lens

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; 20.2 MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+; 19 point cross-type AF System; Up to 7 fps shooting; ISO 100-12800, expandable to 25600; Dual Pixel CMOS AF for fast focus in live view and video; 3" articulating touch panel LCD screen with 1,040,000 dots; Built-in flash with integrated speedlite transmitter and hot shoe; Intelligent viewfinder with electronic overlay; 1080 (30, 25, 24 fps) and 720 (60, 50 fps) HD video (H.264/MPEG-4/MOV); Instant sharing and remote control with built-in Wi-Fi and EOS Remote app; GPS compatible (sold separately); Full manual mode in video; Built-in stereo or external microphone terminal; SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card

Tenba Roadie II Hybrid Roller/Backpack for Cameras and laptops (638-330)

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Tenba has upgraded their Roadie rolling photo/laptop cases to meet the demands of todays image makers. After many months of careful development and testing, these new cases are set to raise the bar for airline carry-on compatible camera cases.

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I've spent weeks researching what bag to get. For over 10 years I've been using a Thinktank roller but a recent flight with smaller overhead restrictions made me look for something new. I use a backpack every day with 15inch laptop and wanted to retain that functionality. In my closet I have two other Lowepro bags. One is a side loader which honestly I don't ever use, the other is a very small backpack big enough for a smaller dslr or mirroless body with 70-200 and just 2 little partitions on each side of the lens which runs up the middle.I considered Lowepro, Tenba, Thinktank, Peak Design, Vanguard, Thule, Kata and Manfrotto.Since backpacks are so dependent on gear, taste and personal taste, I hope this review can be helpful. None of the reviews I could find were bacause all they did was list a ton of gear they fit.For starters, I went to Best buy and found the Peak Design backpack everyone gives such great reviews to. I bought it, spent two days trying to love it and couldn't even imagine how I could possibly be happy. The dividers are stupid, do not provide enough protection from other nearby items and is simply not a pro solution.Back to Best Buy. Exchanged Peak for Thinktank Street walker V2.After a week I found this bag to be miles ahead of the Peak and pounds less than my roller, but lacked the ability to hold my laptop.I was unable to find a Thinktank Streetwalker Hardrive which does fit a laptop and may have been a great solution. One thing for sure, Thinktank puts Peak to shame.After two weeks of researching Tenba bags, I was torn between the Axis, Shootout and Roadie HDSLR backpack with the top that opens with two flaps.The shootout is beautiful and doesnt scream steal me. While side access is nice, I would need the size 32 to fit a pro body.The Axis which top loads seemed like a better choice but I have no plans to hang stuff off the webbing.The Roadie 22 HDSLR bag (not to be confused with Regular Roadie 22 that looks more like a suitcase was what I settled on. When it arrived I could not wait to dig in and see all the spaces and pockets at my disposal.Initial impressions:The pack pack empty is not at all heavy or too large. I wouldn't have wanted anything bigger and am glad I didn't opt for a 32l size.Material quality is incredible. Stitching is magnificent. The bottom appears to be extremely durable and waterproof. I don't think any backpack I've seen is nicer. Zippers are so smooth and clearly rugged. Zipper pulls have a twisted cord attached and feel great.Laptop pocket is cavernous. My 15 inch MacBook pro with case is very well protected but a much thicker and wider laptop would easily fit. I also like the laptop positioned in the front of the bag. My previous backpack was positioned in a compartment that was nearest to the shoulder straps and the heat from the laptop after work would make me uncomfortable. I also don't worry about the laptop being bent while sandwiched between my back and 20 pounds of other gear.In front of the laptop pouch is a large front section with lots of pockets for smaller stuff. I resist the urge to fill this because it can significantly increase the size of the bag and perception of weight as its farthest away from your shoulders.The sides have a small and large pocket. Laptop power supply fits perfectly in small one. Larger pockets are deep, a little tight but easily accommodate a zipper bag full of batteries, USB cables etc. Also perfect spot for shotgun mic, monopod, zoom recorders, etc.TopAt the top of the bag is a dual zipper flap that allows instant access to stuff. The floor of this area is completely sealed off from the camera compartment on all 4 sides but will pull out should you decide to lower a very long lens camera combo. I love this area and have two zipper pouches that fit perfectly and hold stuff I need to get at quickly.The camera section.When I first opened this area, I was kind of unhappy. Was it too small? No... Actually it was just far too deep for my D850 when lowered with battery compartment down. Tons of space above it even with a grip. However the internal height is just about a half inch shy for my sb-910 flash to fit straight in without folding it. Since I have three flashes, all will fit easily into three separate partitions when folded at 90 degrees. One long rigid padded divider runs top to bottom and lots of velcro separators can be used to configure the pack to your gear. In the end, my camera goes in with my Sigma 35 or 135 prime attached and the lens points toward the backpack opening. This keeps my lcd protected against the backpacks soft floor padding. I feel this is a good use of space and depth. Some partition dividers have a definitive fold in the middle which allows them to bend into right angles or wrap around lenses. For a while I scratched my head because every bag I've ever had kind of ran the camera down the middle and had partitions for lenses along each side.This bag could easily accommodate a large body and long lens however you would position it to one side and not down the middle. You could also top load it if you're willing to give up the top compartment for storage.Someday I will wear this to a remote place where a tripod will be needed. The front pocket has a hidden drop down pouch that holds 2 legs of the trpod securely. Inside the front zipper compartment are two of the nicest velcro straps I have ever laid eyes on. Wide, rubberized and extremely durable, they slide thru two front loops and around the tripod. It's not going anywhere and will not wobble around. These straps could easily be used for a thousand other purposes and I wish I could but like 50 of them.StrapsAfter loading this bag up I weighed it at 27 pounds and hoisted it onto my back. The straps are wide, thick, well padded and extremely comfortable. Once the belt and chest strap was fastened, I was shocked thinking about what was behind me because it didn't feel like there was even half the actual weight. I own an electric mountain bike and wore the fully loaded bag on a 20 mile ride. The fully loaded bag was more comfortable than my Thule Backpack which usually only carries my laptop, tablet and some cables. The breathable fabric of the straps and area against my back allowed plenty of airflow and I never got hot or sweaty like my much lighter Thule pack did.On the belt are two pockets. One is mesh which I keep earpods and garage door opener in. The other unzips and contains a mesh cup holder. The cup holder sucks. It's meant for water bottles and will not fit my Yeti 36oz or smaller coffee cup. I have to solve that soon.On a hike or bike ride, I never have to put the bag down. Just u snap the chest strap and drop the shoulder straps. Rotate the bag around my waist with the belt still fastened. I can open the bag and access any camera gear I have. Unlike side openings that only give you access to the camera and require more work to access lenses, flashes or other stuff.I also thought the top load variety to be equally restrictive. This seems the best solution for quick clean access to all camera gear without having to put the bag down.I also like how the most valuable gear is not accessible while being worn. Zippers closest to shifty hands can be locked shut with tsa approved locks.Another great thing I appreciate is that all the pockets, zippered areas etc are vastly different sizes. My Thule pack had only 2 sections and I constantly unzipped the wrong one because they're the same size and zippers are close together.When I need to haul everything I own, my Thinktank roller is larger and can hold more should I be shooting a long eventUnfortunately for everyday use it is way to big, heavy, and uncomfortable to wear as a backpack. It's simply the wrong tool for the job.For everyday use when I want core camera gear, laptop and accessories in a bag I can wear while riding, hiking, gigs both local and overhead friendly, this bag really delivers in spades while exceeding all my expectations for quality, comfort and durability.The only thing I wish is that there was more dividers available to accommodate more configurations to make the bag even more versatile.
I purchased this bag for traveling throughout South Africa on a 3 week photo safari. I am getting older and needed a photo bag with wheels to replace my standard photo backpack, although, this bag does convert to a backpack very easily should that be necessary or desired. I packed 3 Nikon DSLR bodies and 3 lenses, including a 150-500 Sigma Lens. I also was able to include all my batteries, chargers, cables and cords as well as flash cards and other miscellaneous photographic accessories. I also packed my iPad Pro in the front pocket, which I elected to bring instead of my 15" MacBook Pro, simply for weight reduction purposes but my MacBook will fit nicely should I choose to bring it on my next trip. The bag worked out perfectly! Fully packed, it weighed about 30 lbs. and stowed away nicely in the overhead compartment of the commercial flights I took. I did not try to place it under the seat in front of me. I don't believe it would have fit based on what I packed. The wheels are sturdy and they took quite a bit of abuse as I traveled throughout South Africa, which included 5 regional flights from reserve to reserve. The 3 stage extended handle is quite sturdy as well. Frankly, I was a bit concerned when I first received this bag, as the handle seemed to move and twist a little but it performed very well and without any cause for concern. I would highly recommend this bag to all photographers who travel with a lot of gear.
The price is rather steep for a camera bag, but there is quality in each and single thing with this carry-on/backpack. I was like a kid in the candy shop opening this package from Amazon, finding new pockets and features all over the bag. I love the fact that I can use this as both a carry-on bag with wheels with a bar I can raise to easily move it around, and use it as a very comfortable backpack. I looked into so many bags etc. that would meet the requirement from the airlines to bring it as carry-on into the planes. I wanted a photo bag that I could both use as a carry-on with wheels and as a backpack. This meets all requirements with the best quality, and I have my Nikon D300 camera with flash and two lenses, and my Canon XF100 camcorder in the bag with no problems. There are so many rooms and pockets here, that if this won't cover your needs, you certainly need a suitcase instead. By the way, the weight is heavy, and if you have a lot of heavy equipments, make sure to weigh everything before going to the airport. Some airlines may be strict and really check the weight on it, so even the dimensions of the roller/backpack is okay to go, the weight may not.
I shoot weddings and short films with a pair of Canon 5D3 and three lenses including a 70-200 mm. All my camera and audio gear fits in this bag! When I first took the bag out of the box I was sure it was going to be too small. Tenba keeps the size restricted so that it will fit on airplanes. I was kicking myself for buying it, but after loading in my gear, everything fits so it is in fact the ideal size for me! Audio compartment on the top is super. The laptop section could fit two 17-inch laptops as it has substantial depth. I put my Zhiyun Crane 2 in there to see if it fits. It does fit but the zipper is hard to close at the top and I would worry about the follow focus getting strained. It might be okay for some shoots but certainly not for air travel. The bag is expensive but very well made. All sections are nicely padded. Given that all my gear fits, I am very pleased with this bag. As an alternative, for those with a gimbal, one may consider the Manfrotto Pro Light Cinematic Backpack Balance.

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LEGO Star Wars The Phantom 75170 Building Kit (269 Pieces)

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Outrun Admiral Thrawn with the Rebel starfighter, The Phantom, featuring retracting landing gear, an opening minifigure cockpit that detaches in an emergency, dual spring-loaded shooters, an opening rear compartment with included storage box containing detonator, and space beside the cockpit for Kanan’s friendly Astromech Droid, Chopper. This fun LEGO® Star Wars toy includes 2 minifigures and a droid.

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Great detail! I love the Chopper figure and the addition of Thrawn is awesome. The ONLY reason I gave this less than 5 stars is because there are so many stickers. Everywhere you see a "paint job" in the pictures is stickers. If you're a parent buying this for your kid you will definitely have to help them more than average. However, if you have no problem with stickers then this is a must. All the mini figures are great. And the detail on the Phantom itself is really awesome. Again, the subtraction of one star is ONLY due to the number of stickers involved. That's just my opinion!
Great set, especially if you are a Rebels fan. The star of the set is the Thrawn minifigure (already being sold on Ebay for about the same amount as the cost of this set); The landing gear is kinda unique for a Lego Star Wars ship, I'll have to go back and look at previous Rebels episodes and see how accurate it is, but overall a nice set at this price point.
Fun to build with my daughter. Typical LEGO awesomeness!
Worth it just for the min-figs! We just need a new Ezra one.
Great item! Perfect for any Lego and/or Star Wars fans!
Grandson loved it and we had a lot of fun putting it together.
Cheap set that gives you Chopper, Kanan, and Thrawn. Great for Rebels fans.
Even my 14 year old enjoyed building this. Great set.

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Star Wars Pastel BB8 Mini Backpack Handbag Satchel

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This Star Wars backpack features printed and embroidered BB-8 details. Includes one main zippered compartment, one small zippered front pocket, and adjustable shoulder straps.

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This is so cute! Exactly as described and the colors are so pretty! Its a perfect size for a day trip. I bought this to take to Disney with me. It fits a water bottle, my wallet, phone, some snacks, and a tiny umbrella. The only down side is that it is a bit too small to put any notebooks for school in or my planner. But I bought this as a day bag so I expected it. There is also a weird smell when you first get it, but just air it out and it goes away!
Just got this in the mail, so far I am loving the bag it is exactly what I was looking for. The material feels good on the outside. My only concern is the Star Wars plaque lifts at the edges. The inside looks very good quality and the stitching feels firm and not easy to tear or rip. I'm am able to fit my planner in the pocket along with my large wallet and makeup bag. After a while of use I will update my review to see if the bag holds up to the task of being my daily purse. Also I noticed some other reviews mentioned long straps, I am 5'2 and they are a good length for me. When I put the bag on it sits on the lower half of my back comfortably. 😊
The bag is super cute and small, but big enough to fit a paperback book and all other purse basics comfortably. I get A LOT of compliments about it. Nice creamy colored "leather" and neat stitching. Big pockets, long adjustable straps, and nice hardware. I really like it, plus it looks super cute on too.
I was a little worried about this bag but am so so so glad I bought it. Pictures don’t do this bag justice. It’s actually bigger than I expected. I don’t like my backpacks sitting low on my back so I will have to punch a few holes in the straps. The material feels like it’s a good quality and will last a while. I’m not a fan of pink but the colors are beautiful.
I got this backpack yesterday in the mail and I absolutely love it! I plan on using it for my trips to Disney world, and it's perfect for that. It has nice pockets and the zippers are great. The material seems like it will be easy to clean and the colors are beautiful. The silver parts even shine in the sun. If you're thinking about buying this, you should! It's great!
one of the cutest bags ever several compliments
The shape of this backpack is a little circular it actually looks just exactly like the picture shown; the back straps are too long and pretty thin. I expected it so be small so expect it. It's cute for the price.
I love bb8 so I was super excited to get this backpack. After a couple of months of light use, the stitching began to fall off in the front. I am very unhappy with the quality but the backpack is still usable although not as nice looking as it was when I first received it.

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Reebok Women's Zpump Fusion Running Shoe

$35.00
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Reload your workout with this updated Reebok ZPump Fusion 2.5. The Pump technology lets you lock down the fit, plus, the carbonated foam underfoot fuels comfort and support. A flexible endoskeleton stabilizes your foot over the shoe platform for the foundation you need on every run.

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I purchased these for daily use at work. The shoe is constructed without a traditional tongue (one solid piece of material wraps across the entire foot), so the shoe fits snuggly but is true to size in terms of heel to toe. If you have wide feet or high arches you may find them uncomfortable at first (I have both, so the first time I put them on I was unsure if they would work for me). They broke in well. I work mostly on my feet walking around, so 35+ hours each week are clocked in these shoes. They were comfortable by the end of the first week, which is impressive compared to my track record. Well made with a sharp look. They breath very well. I highly recommend them.
I bought these sneakers for indoor gentle use.The pros are: (1) they look good and seem sturdy; (2) the Pump really works and a few gentle pushes of the pump can tighten the shoe significantly. I have struggled more with releasing air rather than putting it in though.The cons are - (1) I need a shoe horn to put them on! They are really tight because they have no way to be loosened beyond a point; (2) Although they are good shoes, they didn't do too well in a long hike or a rigorous gym session. They have zero arch support and work best as casual, walking, cute sneakers. For the price at which I bought them, they are value for money.
They are Christmas gift for my sister. I don't know how they fit yet so I can't give you the write star. I d's know. Sorry. I mean the right star
Love, absolutely perfect!!!!! My second pair of pump reebok shoes, they are light, good support and look great!
Quick shipment, great shoe, half size smaller would do.
The immovable tongue is too stiff and constantly poked the front of my ankle during use until eventually bruised after only one wear for exercise. I don't wear them anymore after a couple months and a couple wears!
Love these. So comfortable without giving up the support.
comfortable

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Buffalo Games Star Wars - You're All Clear, Kid - 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

$14.99
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"You're All Clear, Kid" is a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle featuring your favorite Star Wars™ characters and their preferred method of space travel. The Millennium Falcon is key in the destruction of the Death Star as a new group of Rebels including Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and more hope to take down the Empire while Darth Vader's looming presence threatens to end their missions ahead.Every Buffalo Games jigsaw puzzle is manufactured in the U.S.A. from recycled puzzle board. A precision cutting technique guarantees that every piece will fit soundly with the company's signature Perfect Snap™. A bonus puzzle poster is also included so that you have a handy reference of what the completed puzzle should look like while you put yours together.

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