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Reddit mentions of Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm EF-S f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens + 58mm Wide Angle Lens + 2X Telephoto Lens + Flash + 48GB SD Memory Card + UV Filter Kit + Tripod + Full Accessory Bundle

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We found 27 Reddit mentions of Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm EF-S f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens + 58mm Wide Angle Lens + 2X Telephoto Lens + Flash + 48GB SD Memory Card + UV Filter Kit + Tripod + Full Accessory Bundle. Here are the top ones.

This Photo4Less Top Value Camera And Lens With USA Warranty and manufacturer's supplied Accessories Kit includes:Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR camera body -18-55mm EF-S f/3.5-5.6 is II lens - 58mm high definition wide angle lens & 58mm 2x professional telephoto lensTranscend 32GB SDHC Class 10 Flash Memory Card - Transcend 16GB SDHC Class 10 Flash Memory Card - Photo4less DC59 Camera Case P4L-CCS-30 - Photo Video Quality TripodDigital DSLR auto power Slave flash - rs-60 remote switch for Canon - 3 piece UV filter kit (UV-cpl-fled) 58mm - high-speed SD USB card reader - 58mm ultraviolet UV protector filter - memory card wallet - LCD screen protectors (clear) - table top tripod - 3 piece cleaning kit - lens cap holder18MP APS-C CMOS sensor DIGIC 4+ Image processor 3.0" 920K-dot LCD monitor full HD 1080P video recording at 30 fps 9-point AF with center cross-type point extended is 12800, 3 fps shooting built-in Wi-Fi with NFC scene intelligent auto mode Basic+ and creative auto modes

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Found 27 comments on Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm EF-S f/3.5-5.6 is II Lens + 58mm Wide Angle Lens + 2X Telephoto Lens + Flash + 48GB SD Memory Card + UV Filter Kit + Tripod + Full Accessory Bundle:

u/TheLivesOfFlies · 5 pointsr/AskMen

This one WARNING NSFW!

u/teamlingy · 3 pointsr/photography

Hey guys.

I'm a camera-newbie that's been shooting a bunch of pictures on my phone for the past year to learn the non technical aspects of photography. I think it's finally time I make the leap and get a DSLR.

My budget is around $500-$1000. I primarily want to use it for photos but somewhere down the line I would also want to shoot video with it. More specifically vlog-like stuff so having a microphone would be a huge plus. However I probably won't be buying anything until around black Friday for the good deals, just wanted to get a head start on research.

I was looking at this and it seems like a pretty good place to start.

Thoughts and recommendations?

u/BillionBalconies · 3 pointsr/hardware

> Here's a $470 DSLR with a lens and a bunch of pack in crap.
> https://smile.amazon.com/Canon-T6-Digital-Telephoto-Accessory/dp/B01D93Z89W?_encoding=UTF8&keywords=dslr&qid=1499764992&ref_=sr_1_1&s=photo&sr=1-1
> The lens alone is worth ~$100. A phone costs what? $400 for one with a good screen and a good cpu? How much do you think RED will sell this for? Have you seen the prices of their cameras?

You've linked me to Canon's T6 / 1300D, which is the lowest-end SLR on the market, and which comes with a load of generally quite useless accessories. I'm not sure of the point you're trying to make with that. That you can potentially get lots of low-end tat for less money than something which could compare with something high-end but for less money?

> A few points 1) Smart phone has a battery and the camera portion will need its own (dead phone or shit shot count).

Why do you think that? A modern smartphone can withstand a good 6hrs+ of screen time, and operating a lens doesn't require a great deal of energy. As we've seen in Sony's recent Alpha offerings (which are what a potential Red camera/smartphone would be presumably pitched to compete with, not some shitty 1300D), battery life is an issue, but one which is being aggressively targeted. IIRC, the A9 will do around 400 shots on a charge, and Red's offering will presumably be able to do similar from a single battery. This is a trivial point, though.

> 2) Cameras that run android already exist (and no one gives a damn about apps on a camera)
ex. http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxycamera/s4zoom/
a much better thing is a full on open OS for a camera where you can script your shutter

Again, you're showing me what's essentially a toy. We're talking about quality gear, not some low-end smartphone with a gimmicky zoom lens attached to it.

> http://www.magiclantern.fm/

Magic Lantern is great. It's exactly why a Red smartphone/mirrorless hybrid could become something market-leading. It's the benefit of having high-end hardware and an open software environment. The ML team did amazing things within the limitations of some very crude hardware and software - imagine what someone could do with a rich, modern environment. Again, we're talking 3210 vs iPhone here.

> or a camera that straight up runs linux. https://www.apertus.org/axiom

Competition != negation.

> 3) A processor running nothing but the code needed to generate images from a grid of photosensors can be far more efficient than a general purpose processor running a general purpose OS.

Can be. It's extremely foolish to argue that the limitations of old gear necessarily will be an issue for new technology, though.

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> What brilliant can they make? Give me some specifics.

I think your fundamental problem is that you have no imagination. The potential for a Red hybrid device is enormous. If you can't see it, that's your problem. It's not a reflection of what the product could become.

u/Photogurt · 3 pointsr/hardware

What brilliant can they make? Give me some specifics.
Here's a $470 DSLR with a lens and a bunch of pack in crap.
https://smile.amazon.com/Canon-T6-Digital-Telephoto-Accessory/dp/B01D93Z89W?_encoding=UTF8&keywords=dslr&qid=1499764992&ref_=sr_1_1&s=photo&sr=1-1
The lens alone is worth ~$100. A phone costs what? $400 for one with a good screen and a good cpu? How much do you think RED will sell this for? Have you seen the prices of their cameras? A few points

  1. Smart phone has a battery and the camera portion will need its own (dead phone or shit shot count).
  2. Cameras that run android already exist (and no one gives a damn about apps on a camera)
    ex. http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxycamera/s4zoom/
    a much better thing is a full on open OS for a camera where you can script your shutter
    http://www.magiclantern.fm/
    or a camera that straight up runs linux.
    https://www.apertus.org/axiom
  3. A processor running nothing but the code needed to generate images from a grid of photosensors can be far more efficient than a general purpose processor running a general purpose OS.
u/GartNJ · 2 pointsr/AskPhotography

I got my first camera, Canon Rebel T5i kit, used, on amazon for roughly $250 (US). It's served me super well for a couple years now. If it's your first one, you might as well get a used camera. That way you can see how you like it and still get some great shots, without breaking the bank.

Even something like this used Canon Rebel T6 would serve you well... for $245+shipping: https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B01D93Z89W/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all

Happy shooting!

u/Opandemonium · 2 pointsr/photography

Hey guys...I recently bought THIS Canon EOS Rebel and I need help!
Here is the downlow! (Humble brag) My son is a Freshman and he started wrestling in December. In January they promoted him to varsity! (OMG, I know, this mom is gross.) Anyhow, he is now going to VARSITY sectionals. I used my Bday money to buy this camera, because the boy wants Mom to take pics of him. I'm so lost. I'm trying the "action" shot photo option, but when I travel to sectionals on Friday, he's going to be about 300 ft away on a mat, moving his ass off.

What are the best settings to do his awesomeness justice with what little resources (and zero experience) I have?

(PS - I've watched hours of youtube videos and I'm just not a photographer, so DUMB IT DOWN FOR ME.)

u/roland23 · 2 pointsr/photography

I'm looking to buy a camera for my girlfriend, but know very little about what's good and what isn't. She's not a photographer so beginner gear is fine and I'd like to spend around $500 but could go higher if it makes a significant difference in quality. A second lense may be a cool addition but that would push the budget up so a nicer camera is higher priority.

These camera + accessory kits on Amazon look pretty appealling but again I'm uncertain about the camera quality.

Any recommendations?

u/mrfixitx · 2 pointsr/Cameras

For camera's it really depends on what brand and how old you want to go. You can typically find a used Canon/Nikon DSLR for $100 or less and a kit lens for $50-100 but they might be 5+ years old. They can still take great pictures but just know that your not going to get the latest and greatest. They are both good brands with large lens selections and a healthy used market.

As for tripods my main advice is try to find a used quality tripod and avoid new tripods that are offered in kits or bundle packages, or that are under $150 (in general there might be some good deals out there). Many people myself included buy an inexpensive tripod and then end up realizing how crappy it is and have to buy a second quality one later which then will last us decades. Whatever tripod you buy should have a removable head and given your price range should be solid aluminum. If the tripod looks like something from this bundle avoid it. Its junk that will only frustrate and disappoint you if you try to use it for anything requiring precision or frequent use.

As for Cameras that will probably be in your price range for Canon (since thats what I know) look for a 40D/50D or a Rebel from the T series ie T2/T3/T4 etc.

u/SLV1430 · 2 pointsr/photography

Hello all, Need equipment advice on what to purchase URGENTLY

Requirements: Photos for Website and Print for local magazine start up.
Budget: $500 - $800
Preferably from Amazon as we have an Amazon credit card which will enable us to finance. We will use this subreddits affiliate link!

Background/Why we need:
So while the magazine will have dedicated photographers on staff eventually or hired for certain events, to start up me and my business partner need a DSLR to get us started. Although we will eventually have more experienced photographers on board who will have lots of equipment, we still want something that will grow with us, not something too outdated. Video is not a huge concern for us as we have a 4k camcorder. However we will use the DSLR for some limited video shooting. To ensure there isn't glaring differences if we were doing a two camera shoot, SD video will probably not work.

Experience:
I have taken some college level photography classes, but it was a while ago and I have forgotten most of it. We are both quick learners though but "auto focus" and different "camera modes" will be a must.

Needs/what will be shooting:
Lots of "around town" photo shooting in a sunny beach town.
The ability to shoot sports/fast moving images (i know lenses play into this)
standard photography of people we feature in stories
low light environments (we will be shooting a lot of different things in night, so a built in flash/low light capability will be big)

We would like to find a bundle package that includes at least a two lenses. Please keep this in mind.

While most of it will be going online, we need quality good enough for print (non glossy newspaper)

So that's our needs. Please please offer us some help as we have interviews with some people we are featuring starting next week and we also have some stories that require us to compile some general photos of the area we are writing about.

Please let us know what would be best for us to get, remember we want something that will last and grow with us.
What we have looked at so far: although it's all Canon that we are linking, its purely what we have looked at on amazon so far, we are in no way saying we only want canon suggestions

Canon T5i 18-55mm IS STM Lens + Kit Includes, 58mm HD Wide Angle Lens + 2.2x Telephoto Lens + 2Pcs 32GB Commander Card + Battery Grip + Extra Battery + Backpack Case
link here


Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR CMOS Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens Bundle (from canon so I imagine all bundle equipment is quality.
link here


Canon T6I EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens + Slave Flash + 58mm Wide Angle and Telephoto Lenses + 32GB Deluxe Accessory Bundle (Are those extra lens' crap?)
link here


Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR Video Creator Kit with 18-55mm & 55-250mm Lens + 32GB Accessory Bundle - Another accesorry kit, but shockingly cheaper price for the t6i
link here


Canon EOS Rebel T6
DSLR Camera Bundle with Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens + Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens*

  • Now the second lens that this kit includes would be good for sports shots right?


    Another Rebel T6 This one with other bundles but what caught our eye is the wide angle lenses it includes, however are we right in thinking they are not official canon lenses?
    link here


    Please help us guys! We are needing to be able to start shooting photography for articles already being written and for interviews coming up next week!

    All help will be greatly appreciated!
u/apmauj · 2 pointsr/uruguay

No sé cuál es tu presupuesto, pero por Amazon Global te podés traer alguna sin mucho lío, yo compré a fines del año pasado una Nikon d3400, y si sos team Canon hay un bundle con la EOS Rebel T6 a $449.00 + $196.06 (envío).

El plus de la Nikon es que trae 2 lentes, ahora sale $546.95 + $163.27 (envío), yo la pague como 50 dólares menos, supongo que si no tenés apuro podés estar al tanto de cuando salga alguna oferta y recién ahí entrarle.

En camel podés hacerle un seguimiento del precio, y por lo que veo, 496 fue el mínimo y se ve que le pegué justito :D

u/Loli_Collector · 2 pointsr/photography

Hello /r/photography !

My sister is looking to buy her first camera for Photography AND Video. She has a budget of 600$ CAD, is there anything good at this price?

I was looking on Amazon Canada and I found some Best Selling camera and I was wondering if those were good for Photo and Video:

u/JustDoTheThing · 2 pointsr/Filmmakers

I've had some guys grab some of the Canon Ti series (this is a cheap kit) cameras for things like this that came out well. You say you're not worried about lenses, but always worry about lenses. Your glass will completely change the feel of what you're filming. I would sort out what type of shots you want, and then see what lenses make sense (wide, medium, cu?). Whatever camera you go with, make sure you're lighting is on point because that will make even the worse camera/lens option look much better.

For indoor shoots I tend to lean towards booms if you have someone to run it, but lav's definitely work as well, especially if you're a one man crew.

u/paroxyst · 2 pointsr/photography

I was thinking about getting my dad a "nice" camera for Christmas. Neither of us really knows anything about cameras or photography. Lately, my dad has been into taking nature photos using his phone camera. I really want to encourage it as a hobby because he has a lot of mental health issues and issues with alcoholism. Getting him outside and in the world and away from his demons will be better for him than sitting in his apartment by himself.

I have no idea what to get though. I came across [this] (https://www.amazon.com/Canon-T6-Digital-Telephoto-Accessory/dp/B01D93Z89W/ref=sr_1_7?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1511138171&sr=8-7&keywords=canon+60d) bundle, but I'm not sure if it's worth it or if there is something better I could get for the price.

He won't need anything top of the line, but I'd like it to be a 'photographers' camera, not just a nice one for taking pictures of the family. He is very cognizant of the 'image' of things, and I think having a camera that projects the 'image' of a photographer will cement the hobby a little bit more.

Any words of advice are welcome, I have no idea what I'm doing. Ideally, I'd like to stay in the $500 or below range.

u/Ostomesto · 2 pointsr/photography

2 questions regarding photography in general.

  1. When is flash best used. I often find the issue that when taking quick shots of people (As in they are not posing or set up for the photo) the flash often ruins the image with excessive brightness, surprising the subjects, among other things. When shooting outdoors or in dark areas flash seems to completely ruin the mood of the scene and return a extremely bright and awkward photo. Could someone aid me with flash usage, compensation, and necessity of it. Also the use of a slave flash.

  2. I just recently got my first DSLR and lens. Canon T6 and kit 18-55 lens. I am not yet focused on what kind specific scenes I will be shooting. What would be the best investment for my next lens? Macro: I do enjoy doing macro photography and I'm aware that these lenses can double for portrait photography, a wider range telephoto lens: something like a 75-300 mm lens that would allow better portrait shots and allow me to have a wider range of shots I can take, or a wide angle lens: something along the lines of 10-18 mm wide angle, I am in an area that allows for great landscape photography and amazing views.

    I am unsure of which lens would be the best investment for my next step. I will be looking towards lower end lenses as I am in college and have limited funds. Any advice, recommendations, tips, or general information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!
u/Slarm · 1 pointr/AskPhotography

You can, but you can't include anything after the actual item number including I think reference links.

So for example a link like

amazon.com/gp/product/B01D93Z89W/ref=s9_acsd_hps_bw_c_x_1_w
would not be okay.

A link like

amazon.com/gp/product/B01D93Z89W
should be fine.

You can pay a lot less on eBay for the same kit, but really, most of that lot of stuff is junk. The telephoto and wide angle lenses (converters) will sort of do what they claim, but at great cost to image quality. Everything other than the camera and 18-55mm lens is essentially bottom of the barrel.

The lens and camera together retail for $450 from reputable sources. Whether the listing you were looking at includes a manufacturer warranty is questionable. For the $30 less you'd pay for one of those kits, you could get a better SD card and a probably slightly better tripod, and a probably better warranty.

u/Ilongboardandplaycs · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

No idea if you mean an SLR camera but this should be good. Comes with lenses and filters.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01D93Z89W

u/GalaxyPhi · 1 pointr/photography

Hello! I am looking into getting a camera for my wife and myself. I haven't had the time to fully research cameras and look though all the guides available here since we are preparing a baby. We would be using this camera for baby photos and family photos, a general/casual use. I wanted to get a camera that is worth the investment with a budget around ~$500.

Ive been looking at bundles such as this Camera and accessories bundle Is it worth it to bundle though? I'd say that this is on the high end of my budget but its not unreasonable if it is worth the bundle. I don't have anything for a camera right now and if I buy a stand alone camera, I need to buy all the accessories as well.

Are there any other Cameras/ bundles that you would recommend?

u/nuckingfuts73 · 1 pointr/photography

I can recommend something like this. Great starter camera. Just be warned, try not to get discouraged. There's a steep learning curve where you'll wonder why anyone bothers with dslrs at all and why they don't just stick with their phone camera all the time.

But once you get over that hurdle, you have greater flexibility and capabilities

u/kirkland171 · 1 pointr/Cameras

I would defiantly recommend the canon t6, its a great price shoots amazing photos and videos and also is very easy to use. -
https://www.amazon.com/Canon-T6-Digital-Telephoto-Accessory/dp/B01D93Z89W/ref=sr_1_3?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1504739577&sr=1-3&keywords=canon+eos+rebel+t6

u/jkernan7553 · 1 pointr/photography

Really need help buying a camera...so many different options. Originally I was hoping to stay under $500, but that can be extended if necessary (i.e. if the camera/kit is significantly better). Absolutely no more than $800.

Currently looking at this kit. But I'm not too sure if that's the best way to go. Refurbished sounds great to me because of the lower price and little to no risk of a bad product, but the camera itself is worrying me. Is 18MP really enough? Also not all reviews of the camera seem to be spectacular. I'm a beginner so I don't need something absurd, but I'd really like to be able to take profession-looking shots. Touchscreen and a movable screen would be nice too.
Mainly planing to do landscapes, cityscapes, sunsets, and the occasional portrait/closer range stuff.

Advice/thoughts? Thanks!

u/SemperWolf21 · 1 pointr/photography

What would be the best camera for someone who's just breaking into photography and need something for great shots up close, far away, and has most of the options to edit?

Edit: How's this bundle and camera?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D93Z89W/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_0sXazbDBGFPQC

u/WoollyOneOfficial · 1 pointr/NewTubers

The issue is that's a bit too much for me. I don't really want to get into the $500s at all. That's why something like the RX 100 III that doesn't require an extra lense but is a good quality appeals to me.

EDIT or the T6 kit on amazon. But I just don't know how good it's going to be.

u/InjunJ03 · 1 pointr/AskPhotography

Awesome thank you. Last question, im looking through 4 kits for the STM 18-55 and I'm not sure if any of these have it? (1, 2, 3, 4)

u/franks28 · 1 pointr/WildernessBackpacking

That is a great suggestion. I do know to take full advantage of the money spent on a full frame one needs an equal lens. right now there is a deal on amazon for a cannon Eos Rebel T6 with the standard 18-55 +55mm Wide Lens, 2x telephoto lens and a bunch of accessories for only $470. how would that compare to the SL1 you suggested.
https://www.amazon.com/Canon-T6-Digital-Telephoto-Accessory/dp/B01D93Z89W/ref=zg_bs_281052_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=PEPND2KXH9XXHN9M2NW6

my other thought based off some research would be Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm Power Zoom Lens with Sigma 30mm F1.4 Contemporary DC DN Lens this combo is about 1000. At that money though i am tempted to start looking at the Cannon EOS 6d but thats like 1400 and still no extra lens. Can you help me wade through and give me your opinion. I am willing to carry the weight, my backpacking trips are essentially just big photo shoots for me.

u/MechaWill · 1 pointr/youtube

DSLR I keep reading seems to be the way to go, provided I can learn a fair bit about them as I am no camera expert. I'm not sure how much you know about camera gear, but I've been eyeing this deal on Amazon, (Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR + Lenses, Memory & Extras for 499.99), would this be comparable, or just a good buy in general? Thank you!