Canon EOS Rebel SL1 18.0 MP CMOS Digital SLR Full HD 1080 Video Body with EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Lens With (58mm 2x Professional Lens ,High Definition 58mm Wide Angle Lens , Auto Flash ,Uv Filter Kit with 24GB)
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- Canon EOS Rebel SL1 18.0 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 3-inch Touchscreen and Full HD Movie Mode - Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Camera Lens
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IN THE BOX EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens LP-E12 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 875mAh) Battery Charger LC-E12 for Battery Pack LP-E12 RF-3 Camera Cover Eyecup Ef for Digital Rebel Cameras E-58 II 58mm Lens Cap Lens Dust Cap E (Rear) EW-300D Wide Strap Interface Cable EOS Digital Solution Disk Limited 1-year More About This Camera! The EOS Rebel SL1 DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens from Canon is a lightweight APS-C format digital SLR camera with an 18MP CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 5 image processor. It is combined with the 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 lens for an effective range of wide-angle to standard focal length shooting options. The EOS SL1 provides sharp details, accurate colors and low-noise imaging in compact form factor with easy to use interface. A 9-point autofocus system provides fast focusing when shooting with the viewfinder and Hybrid CMOS AF II increases autofocus speed and accuracy when shooting in Live View. The Rebel SL1 can continuously shoot up to 4 fps and its wide ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable to 25600) allows for confident shooting in bright and low light situations. A 3.0" Clear View II touchscreen LCD with 1,040k-dot resolution provides composition and playback viewing. Its intuitive touchscreen operation includes multi-touch operation with direct access to functions for settings changes and Touch Autofocus. Smudge-resistant coating keeps the monitor clear, even in bright sunlight. An optical viewfinder with 0.87x magnification is also available for stable eye-level composition.
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|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3.2 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||—||21.34 x 33.78 x 28.96 Centimetres||7.6 x 12.5 x 9.8 Centimetres||37.39 x 12.7 x 0.71 Centimetres||13.19 x 7.77 x 10.07 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||—||1.81 kg||1.84 kg||1.74 kg||0.51 kg|
|Model Number||Canon EOS Rebel SL1 K2||1159C008||D5300Black||D3300||EOS 750D_EF-S18-55|
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The kit includes the camera with a Canon 18-55mm lens. Everything so far has been in working order on this front. The camera takes stunningly clear photographs. Working out how to use all of the functions can take a bit of time--READ THE MANUAL! When starting in Auto mode, it immediately goes to the auto settings (flash, single shot, etc) and you have to press a button to get to the actual picture taking part. I've always been a "hands-on" learner with cameras, but it took me five minutes of fiddling just to figure out how to get it into "camera" mode instead of settings. I was very confused, which could have been avoided had I READ THE MANUAL.
Canon boasts the SL1 as being the smallest and lightest DSLR on the market. I have to say I'm impressed. I would say the camera is comparable to my PowerShot S3IS in both size and weight. Considering that the PowerShot is NOT a DSLR like the SL1, that's pretty impressive. This comparison is negated a bit when you add the lens to the SL1, but that's to be expected--DSLRs need lenses, the PS does not.
The kit also includes two Vivitar lenses--one wide angle lens with macro and one telephoto lens. I had assumed that the lenses would be from Canon, but I wasn't disappointed that they were a different brand. Both lenses included caps and leather (faux-leather? I can never tell) carrying pouches to help protect against damage. Both lenses fit the camera and work well. I've never used either of these types of lenses before, so I've nothing to compare them to, but the pictures came out nicely and that's what matters to me.
Also included are an external flash and wireless shutter release (both from Vivitar--nearly everything is Vivitar), neither of which I've tried yet. I don't take much in the realm of self portraiture, so I doubt I'll ever really need a remote shutter release, and I try to avoid using flash whenever possible, unless I'm at a party with friends or something, in which case I'm more likely to pull out my little point-n-click than risk bringing out my big guns.
The other little treats in the kit--including a UV lens filter, 2 SDHC memory cards (16gb and 8gb), screen protectors, a usb drive, etc--are neat, but not entirely necessary. Well, okay, the lens filter is kind of nifty.
Also in the kit are two tripods (a standard 59" and a mini/desktop) and a camera case.
The 59" tripod is fairly nice. It comes with a drawstring carrying pouch. It seems well-built. It's pretty standard--nothing that puts the little old tripod I've had forever and a day to shame. But it's not cheap and if you don't already have a tripod, it's a good thing to have.
The mini tripod is okay. I would NOT recommend it for this camera. Because of the weight of the lens sticking out, it makes the tripod tilt forward unless you spread the legs out VERY far, which makes it difficult to have the camera at the right "tilt." It would be better to put this camera on a stack of books if you really need it up on your desktop. However, it works fantastically for my point-n-click. I'm sure there are attachments that can let a tripod hold a cell phone, so this could be good for holding a phone still while taking selfies for Instagram or videos for Vine.
The camera bag that comes with this is awful. It's cheaply made and it's far too big for the camera--I'm concerned the camera will shift a lot during any kind of transport and there is no way you could store anything else in this bag (like the lenses) without everything bumping into each other. Spend the extra $50 and buy a nice camera bag to store this very nice camera and equipment.
Luckily, I wasn't buying this for the bag. I bought it for the camera and the lenses, which are all fantastic. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone getting into DSLR photography who doesn't have this sort of equipment yet. Of course, if you've been into DSLR for a while and already have the lenses and external flash and all of that stuff, and just looking to upgrade, this probably isn't for you.