Many customers want to know should I buy just the camera or should I buy a camera bundle. Well my honest advise would be to go with one of the excellent camera bundles. The main reason, is that you will not only have the camera, but you will have all the accessories to get you going on your way into the photography hobby or if you are a professional photographer, you will have some necessary tools for your photography career.
This Camera Bundle Kit comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories and includes:
The EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera from Canon is an APS-C format digital SLR camera with an 18MP CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 4+ image processor. With 14-bit Analog/Digital conversion, an ISO range from 100-12800 (expandable to 25600), and Multi Shot Noise Reduction, it offers sharp details, accurate colors and low-noise imaging in both bright and low-light shooting situations. The Rebel T6 can continuously shoot up to 5 fps.
Canon 18-55mm II Lens - a standard zoom compatible with Canon APS-C format cameras. It features a focal length range of 18-55mm which is equivalent to 29-88mm in the 35mm format
Also includes - 2 x SanDisk 32GB SDHC Memory Cards + Deluxe Camera Case + Flash Light + 3pc Filter Kit + Extra Battery Pack + AC/DC Car & Home Charger + High Speed USB Card Reader + 50" Camera Tripod
Commander 0.43x Auxiliary Wideangle Lens - it conveniently mounts to the front of your fixed or zoom lens, and allows you to capture a wider field of view, Commander 2.2x Auxiliary Telephoto Lens - brings you twice as close to the action. Perfect for long-distance photo situations such as sporting events
Digital Camera Bundles
By Phil Dwyer | Submitted On November 24, 2009
Digital Camera Bundles are all the buzz word right now as people try and get a digital camera that suits their need whilst giving them the best value money can buy, this may include extras not normally provided with the camera and sometimes extras you will never use or need.
Digital Cameras have changed the photographic market forever, no longer do you need to buy film and pay for it to being developed because you can now just download your photographs onto a computer and print what you want and when you want them. The other added bonus of course is the fact that you can check the photo as soon as you have taken it to see if it is blurred, or what you expected, you then have the privilege of being able to delete those bad photos on the spot.
So how do you select a Digital Camera Bundle that is suitable for you and, more to the point, isn't a bag of things you will never use? The problem is that there are so many different models of Digital Camera Bundles on the market that unless you understand them and know what things are used for it is a nightmare for all those people out there who just want a camera that takes good photos and is easy to use.
Another thing about digital cameras is that the price varies tremendously from a little point and shoot camera to the more sophisticated type costing anything well over $1,000 which is beyond the normal budget. Getting good value is no doubt why Camera Bundles are so popular because of the added extras you get at no extra cost; needless to say the contents of the bundles may also vary depending on the time of year they are for sale and if there is a stock take sale.
Even though I am a trained photographer I am no Digital Camera expert but my advice to anyone considering purchasing Digital Camera Bundles is to consider some of the following before purchasing:
1. What do you need a camera for?
a. Is it for general family/holiday pictures?
b. Is it for a hobby of photography?
c. Is it for action photographs?
d. Is it for Landscapes?
e. Is it for portraits?
f. Is it for your work?
g. Is it for professional photography?
The list above is not complete as I am sure many of you can add to it.
2. Do you want to be able to enlarge the photographs you take, the higher the pixels the better the enlargement quality?
3. Do you need the camera to take short movies and if so how often would you use it because the quality of movies done this way is usually a compromise so if you do not need it concentrate on the quality of the stills?
4. Do you need a tripod for distant photography to keep the camera still?
5. Do you need a high powered telephoto lens to bring distant object closer with such as bird watching?
6. Do you have a steady hand, there are digital cameras that compensate for this now but if you are looking at the lower priced end of the market select one with an eye viewer because you can steady the camera by having it resting on your face. The digital cameras that have only a screen are very difficult to hold steady.
7. Do you need a carry bag or would this be an unnecessary accessory you usually get supplied in Digital Camera Bundles.
8. Do you need it to fit in your pocket or handbag some digital cameras can be bulky and heavy.
I could go on as the list is endless but I think you get the drift of my discussion, the main thing is that even though you may not know anything about digital cameras you will be able to provide the answers to these questions to a sales person who can make the correct selection to suit your needs.
My final piece of advice for anyone is not to buy Digital Camera Bundles with things in it you have no use for, you would be better off trying to get the camera cheaper elsewhere. I would also suggest that you purchase a camera that takes what is known as an S.D memory card because they are cheaper to buy than others types and you can get quite large memory cards which will hold more pictures.
This article was submitted by Phil Dwyer a keen photographer who doesn't like buying useless items with the so called bundles, Check out my favorite Digital Camera Bundles at [