Average review score based on 380 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I bought this camera because I need for my unviersidad and my studies. the price of the camera is good and has the accessories that were in the photo, but there is a problem which is that the camera lens is damaged and may not be fixed, then I'm very sad about that. I need a new lens but I have more money to buy it and I have to wait longer.
Not bad, but not expected as well! All the items were not intact, particularly the body.. even the battery was not original and the lens didn't came in canon's pack.. it was in a white box!
my friend is happy with it!!!
i like the variety on the type of lenses
it should come with a memory card though
the price is really nice
I'll give it props for nice IQ but sold it within a week.
Worst feel in hand of any camera I've ever used. :(
Stickin' with my 1DmkIIn
What can I say about the 7D? What a camera. The body has a nice feel to it and the LCD is large and easily viewable. (except in bright sunlight). Since this was my first DSLR camera the size and weight came as kind of a surprise to me but I adjusted to it soon enough. Now that I've had it for over a month it feels very natural in my hands. All of the camera features are amazing and lets me have complete control over all of my pictures.
The Canon EF 28-135 mm lens is a great lens. It's IS (image stabilizer) is great and the AF (auto focus) is so fast and practically silent. The lens also has a Macro feature that lets you shoot at 5.6 f-stop at about 16" away. The macros come out very nice. I have no complaints about this lens whatsoever.
The Tamron 70-200 mm lens is a decent lens. It has no IS and the AF is much more slow and noisy but what do you expect when it's not a canon. I've enjoyed this lens a bit but all in all I stick with the canon 28-135 and only use the 70-200 when the shot calls for it.
The Bower 650-1300 mm is frickin' huge. I've tried to use this lens on a few occasions but the pictures always come out noisy and just not sharp. All in all I'm pretty disappointed with this lens. There is no IS or AF. All manual which is really no big deal but the controls are a bit clunky.
The canon backpack is great. It lets me store all of my gear and take it where ever I want to go. I really like the inside because it lets you completely adjust the padding to accommodate however you want to set up your camera.
The Zeikos heavy duty tripod is far from heavy duty. The legs are telescoping and one of them is really sticky when trying to pull it in or out. The headpiece has a flip handle that lets you remove the camera without having to unscrew it which is nice. The bad side of that is that it just has a loose feel to it. When all of the adjusters are set tight the camera still has some movement and wiggle to it.
The kit also came with another battery and charger but when i input the off brand battery into to the camera it doesn't recognize it. It's nice to have an extra battery but why couldn't they give my a battery that the camera can actually recognize.
Taking everything that came with this outstanding camera and kit I am really happy. Since I didn't know much about lenses or anything else for that matter I was really in the dark when buying this kit. I tried to do research on the items so I knew that I wasn't getting ripped off but there is nothing that compares to hands on experience with the items. Now that everything is said and done if feel like there are things in the kit that I will never ever use. I feel that If I had to do it over again I would rather spend the same amount of money and put a kit together myself.
For what the kit is though I got a lot of stuff and a lot of knowledge of different items.