Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera + EF-S 18-55mm f 3.5-5.6 is II Lens + 58mm 2X Professional Telephoto & 58mm Wide Angle Lens + 64GB Memory Card + DC59 Case + 60" Tripod + Slave Flash + UV Filters
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- Canon T7 EOS Rebel DSLR Camera - EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens - 2x Transcend 32GB UHS-I U1 SD Memory Card - 58mm 2X Professional Telephoto Lens - High Definition 58mm Wide Angle Lens
- Digital DSLR Auto Power Slave Flash - Photo4less DC59 Camera and Lens Case - RS-60 Remote Switch for Canon - 58mm Ultraviolet UV Protector Filter - Vivitar Memory Card Hardcase (24 Card Slots)
- 60" Camera Video Tripod - 3 Piece Filter Kit (UV-CPL-FLD) 58mm - Hi-Speed SD USB Card Reader - LCD Screen Protectors (Clear) - Table Top Tripod - Lens Cap Holder
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The Camera. Is an industry standard. The T7 is very nice for beginners or if you're not sure that this will stick with you and you want to give photography a fair and good shot. You can find the Camera only for about 400$-420$ if you keep searching here.
Tripod was the first to break (immediately upon first use) and the lens felt super cheap and didn't make the hugest of differences in image quality. The memory cards have crap stats, you can find a very good SanDisk Extreme 128GB capacity and 150Mb/s transfer speed for 30$ here on amazon. The transfer speed helps with saving image and disk reading for later. It's more than you need since the cam maxes at about 80Mb/s. Transfer speed comes into play when your taking a lot shots back to back and really trying to capture the moments as they happen.
However, if you want to jump into the video/film field, I HIGHLY recommend looking into upgrading to the T7i for about 100$ more. you can find the 800D (EU model of the T7i) for 580$ here on Amazon. I upgraded after a week of playing with the T7, and this was fueled by having past experience with a T6i thanks to a friend. The little differences may seem minute, but the y really make a difference and will vastly help beginners who need a helping hand polishing and grinding out their skills.
I do strongly recommend the T7i over the regular T7 in general, but this isn't a bad choice at all.
Just to reiterate.
The <b>camera</b> is GREAT!
The bundle is trash.
It's worth it!
It seems that the software (and corresponding download) is also required to get the photos to (or opened or accessible on) computers. But, you need these additional details to get that software [from Canon's reply to me]: "When you connect your camera and computer with the USB cable you can use our importing software to download your photos. That software is the EOS Utility and it is available HERE [Canon website, drivers & downloads for EOS Rebel T7 EF-S 18-55mm IS II Kit]. Once on the web page click on the gray Drivers and Downloads button and the current version is named EOS Utility 3.11.0 for Windows. The manual for the software is on the same web page under the Manuals tab."
I suggest that Amazon include in their section, "Also purchased with this bundle" section the correct USB Cable interface and clarify that it is not included with the bundle, but IS required for transfer of photos from camera to computer. fyi... my previous USB cable from my Sony camera does not fit for the Canon. I also suggest that Amazon include the software name, EOS Utility 3.11.0 for Windows, since there's a list of software available to download, which makes each buyer download all their software or guess which is the correct software. The Canon Manual, does NOT provide the name of the appropriate software download, and there are 6 available downloads which include the word "EOS".
Again, 3 stars (rather than 5) is merely to get attention for the benefit of buyers. I've not been able to use the camera (the way I want to) due to the cable, and the software download problems mentioned here. 2 steps forward....