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Canon EOS Rebel T7i (800D) DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55IS STM KIT - $699 + FS

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Dell has the Canon Rebel T7i (800D) listed for $849 ($899 - $50 instant discount) Click Link through this forum.

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Product Type: Digital camera - SLR with Live View mode, movie recording
Lens Included: EF-S 18-55mm IS STM lens
Memory Card Slot: SD card
Image Processor: DIGIC 7
Sensors: Digital level meter
Wireless Interface: Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth
Sensor Resolution: 24.2 Megapixel
Lens System: Zoom lens - 3x zoom - 18 - 55 mm - f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Canon EF-S
Focus Adjustment: Automatic, manual
Min Focus Distance: 9.8 in
Camera Flash: Pop-up flash
Viewfinder: Optical - fixed eye-level pentamirror
Display: LCD display - 3"
Supported Battery: 1 x Canon LP-E17 Li-ion rechargeable battery (included)
Interface: HDMI, USB 2.0
Dimensions (WxDxH): 5.2 in x 3 in x 3.9 in
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I believe I saw on the T6i posts that the 18-55mm lens is not that good quality.
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Not sure why they say the 18-55mm lens is not that good quality. I have one and the pics look great. The 75-300mm that comes with most packaged kits is trash.

No stabilization..shaky pics.
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I'm looking for a good camera to get into photography. Family pics, kids, weddings, and possibly some videography. Is this one a good place to start? Or would anyone recommend something different?
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I'm looking for a good camera to get into photography. Family pics, kids, weddings, and possibly some videography. Is this one a good place to start? Or would anyone recommend something different?
Family pics, kids and weddings are totally different ball games. The latter would probably require an upleveled camera. For the former, it's a nice option.
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I believe I saw on the T6i posts that the 18-55mm lens is not that good quality.
DELETE: The 18-55 STM lens is really nice. Of course, it's not in the same league as a $1500 L-lens, but for daily tasks (family, trips, kids, parties) it's a very nice starter. One of the biggest advantages is that it is totally silent for video (just as 55-250 STM). All other lenses including the ones in the over $1000 range will have auto-focus noise. Not an issue if you do not shoot video, but if you do, this is something to consider. UPDATE: I'll take it back. I was describing the older 3.5-5.6 STM lens and this one is 4.0-5.6 STM, so it may be totally different (and based on the reviews I saw, it seems noisy). For a noisy lens, I'd rather get an 18-135 STM version.
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is this worth it for a starter for film and photography? Or should I just get a used 7D body and a lens of my choice
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is this worth it for a starter for film and photography? Or should I just get a used 7D body and a lens of my choice
Dual Pixel AF on the T7i is a big advantage for video.
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is this the same as 80d ?just diff name?or there are diff
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I've been looking for a deal on the T7i for a while now. This is a huge upgrade from the dinosaur XTi that I've been toting around for the last ~10yrs. After much debate, I ended up with the 18-135mm IS. I think it's worth the extra $150 for the added zoom alone, and sharper pictures in comparison photos sealed the deal. Thanks for the post! Smilie
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is this the same as 80d ?just diff name?or there are diff
The Canon 80D is a completely different camera.

In markets outside of the US, the t7i is called the 800D.
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is this the same as 80d ?just diff name?or there are diff
Some things the 80D has, 100% viewfinder, earplug port, 1/3 stops of ISO, higher bit rate recording option, lens focus adjustments, much larger battery just to name a few. The 80D is a class above the iSeries.
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