|(800D) 1 Lens Bundle With Backpack And Extra Battery||
|(800D) 1 Lens Bundle||
|(Walmart) (800D) 1 Lens bundle with extra battery||
Photography is one of the most interesting and challenging hobbies nowadays. It takes a lot of effort and trial and error, as well as some creativity, to perfect it. However, once you grasp how it works, your only limitation will be your creativity.
For novices, the Canon T7i is an excellent entry-level DSLR. To practice, enhance your skills, and transform the vision in your mind into an actual shot, you'll need more than just a camera.
As a result, purchasing a camera bundle is perfect for beginners because it comes packed with essential photography equipment and accessories. However, some of these gears are only intended for light usage and are not fit for professional's hard work.
This is the standard kit lens for everyday shots. It features all tough plastic casing construction including the Canon's Stepping Motor-driven AF and image stabilization (IS) that deliver excellent image quality and sharpness.
It is intended for general photography such as personal portraits, events, and travel. However, it is highly advised that you try different lenses in the future to get more professional results, increase your ability, and discover the Canon T7i's full possibilities.
It's a small and lightweight lens with a zoom range wide enough to cover several forms of photography, such as wildlife and sports. The lens produces high image quality but lacks image stabilization, thus use a solid tripod to achieve sharp results.
Canon's entry-level camera series, the EOS Rebel T, has been on the market for several years and has been a huge success in terms of producing high-quality and fairly priced DSLR cameras.
It is more appealing to beginners and new photographers looking for a smartphone camera replacement that is more reliable while providing full manual control options and exceptional features that smartphones cannot provide, as well as capable of capturing high quality aesthetically and reminiscent photographs without the complexity of advanced cameras.
The Canon T7i (Also known as EOS 800D outside U.S.) is the upgraded model of the most selling entry-level camera the Canon T7 and the predecessor to the newest Canon T8i.
The T7i was initially released in February 2017 and is still one of the best entry-level DSLRs for beginners to consider that combines high-image resolution, improved performance and a good set of features that are easy to use and operate.
If you're in the market for a new Canon camera, but don't want to pay extra for the latest Canon Rebel T8i, the Canon Rebel T7i is an excellent alternative as it is still a remarkably effective DSLR camera.
If you are looking for a 4k video camera capable.
The Canon T7i features a new 24.1 MP Dual Pixel APS-C sensor capable of taking high-quality photos with impressive details and pleasing colors at up to 6000 x 4000px. In addition, the new 7560-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor produces well-balanced exposure images with consistent shadows and highlights.
Dual-Pixel technology implies that each pixel includes two photodiodes, which collect light from various angles before being reconstructed into one pixel, improving overall image quality in low-light circumstances.
Furthermore, typical sensors use less than 5% of their pixels for phase detection autofocus, whereas dual-pixel sensors use 100% of their pixels, which improves focusing speed and accuracy when tracking moving targets.
The overall Canon T7i's performance is satisfying for most beginners and ready-to-go if you're adventurous to try new advanced and innovative techniques of photography which are driven by the new Canon's DIGIC 7 imaging processor.
The processor offers a remarkable burst rate speed of up to 6 fps in continuous shooting, compared to 3 fps in the t7 and 5 fps in the Canon T6i, which is a visible and significant improvement for sports and moving action photography.
Furthermore, the buffer size restrictions have been adjusted to give more usable space than previous versions. It now supports 148, 24, and 21 JPEG, RAW, and JPEG + RAW shooting capabilities, whereas the t6i only has 6 RAW photos before slowing down.
In terms of ISO, the Canon T7i has an excellent naive range of 100-25600, as opposed to pre-sixth generation DIGIC models, which are limited to 12,800 which gives a better for less grain or noise in low-light conditions.
However, capturing appropriately lit and pleasing images in a variety of extremely low-light circumstances with the t7i without the use of artificial lighting is challenging for novices, as it is with nearly other entry-level DSLRs due to their small sensor sizes.
The Canon T7i has a considerably superior auto-focus system than its predecessor, the T7, and it is one of the most reliable systems at this price point.
It has 45 AF points as opposed to the Canon T7's 9 points, which is more suitable for more precise focusing and covers the majority of the frame area.
Plus, the t7i has face-detection, which is handy when shooting a group of people in a single shot since it can recognise faces and decide the appropriate depth-of-field to provide the optimum focus result.
Moreover, when compared to its predecessor, the new Canon's Dual Pixel sensor with phase detection performed an excellent job boosting autofocus system speed and accuracy, allowing it to focus in under 0.1 second in high light circumstances.
The Canon t7i has a 3-inch LCD display with 1.04 million dots. It has a fully articulating mechanism and supports touch inputs, which is a very useful feature.
It means you may rotate the LCD up and down and to the side to improve viewing angles from high and low positions, turn it to the front side for selfies and vlogging, or flip it backward to protect the screen from scratches.
Furthermore, the touchscreen interaction is precise and sensitive, giving you another quick and handy way to operate the camera, set focus points, use on-screen icons, and navigate the simple and straightforward Interface.
The Canon T7i supports all wireless connectivity options, including built-in Wi-Fi, Low-Energy Bluetooth, and NFC (Near-field communication).
The camera uses the Canon Connect App to transfer photos from the camera to your mobile device through WiFi or Low-energy Bluetooth which is a great way to save battery life while staying connected to your smartphone or tablet.
It also remembers your device so that the next time you use it, it automatically connects. It also allows you to view the photos on your camera's memory card from your smartphone without having to take the camera out of its bag.
You can also use your phone as a remote control to trigger the shutter and adjust the white balance, shutter speed, aperture, and other settings. Camera Connect is simple to use and includes instructions for novice users.
In terms of video, the t7i can record up to Full-HD 1080p at a maximum duration of 29 minutes and 59 seconds per movie. The maximum frame rate at highest resolution has been enhanced from 30fps to 60fps in comparison to the Canon t7.
The camera lacks the ability to shoot 4k, but the most recent model, the Canon T8i, can shoot 4k at up to 24FPS. However, if you are not expecting to perform advanced video production, 1080p still offers adequate quality in today's standards and benefits from faster frame rates and smaller file sizes.
The overall video quality is excellent, and the colour accuracy is impressive. The camera also makes use of Dual Pixel autofocus, which is included on the majority of higher-end Canon models to improve autofocus and subject tracking.
In terms of battery life, the T7i is rated at 820 shots per charge in optimum conditions when using only the viewfinder and no flash, and drops to 550-600 shots while using the flash 50% of the time.
The battery life has been improved over the T7's 600 shots, but it is still unreliable for long sessions and is considered low in comparison to other rivals at the same level. The Nikon D3500, on the other hand, has a battery life of up to 1,550 shots per charge.
|Type:||Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR)|
|Sensor Size:||22.3mm x 14.9mm|
|Sensor:||APS-C 24.7 MP Dual-Pixel Sensor|
|Low Pass Filter:||YES|
|Max Image Resolution:||6000 x 4000 px|
|Viewfinder Coverage:||95% vertically and horizontally|
|ISO Senstivity:||ISO 100-25,600|
|Shutter Speed Range:||1/4000 to 30 sec|
|Max. Video Specs:||FHD 1920 x 1080 60 FPS|
|Display:||3.0-inch 1.04M dots 170 IPS LCD|
|Dimentions:||131 x 100 x 76 mm|
|Weight:||532g includes battery - 747g includes batteries, kit lens|