The Top 6 Camera Bundles You Can Buy Right Now From Amazon in 2020
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Looking for a new camera can quickly turn into a headache with all the options out there on the market. Whether you’re a pro photographer, a newbie, a blogger, or a hobbyist, there is always a camera for everyone—and thanks to Amazon, it can be shipped directly to you!
Here are the top 6 camera bundles that you can buy from Amazon, along with a brief assessment of each:
This is my favorite camera/bundle. I bought it two years ago, and I am very happy with it. It’s a fantastic camera for entry- to mid-level photographers, though advanced photographers would love this camera for casual photoshoots. The T7i takes vivid photos with speedy autofocus and continuous shooting up to 6fps. It also has a full-featured mobile app and an LCD touchscreen. What I love most about this bundle is that it comes with two lenses [Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS, Tamron 70-300mm LD Di f/4-5.6 macro], 2 memory cards, a 50-inch tripod, and 18 extra accessories—giving you a total of 24 items in the bundle. One big con about this camera is the average battery life, so you must get an extra battery for emergencies. Plus, the camera is slightly heavier than some similar cameras. Overall, though, the T7i is a GREAT camera for a GREAT price.
2- Nikon D5600
An excellent mid-level DSLR bundle for less than $800, this Nikon camera delivers excellent image quality, as always. The bundle includes lenses [Nikon AF-P 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 VR, Nikon AF-P 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6], a tripod, and other extra accessories for a bundle total of 20 items. The D5600 handles low light really well, and it comes with SnapBridge technology for sharing photos to mobile devices through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. It’s got an excellent battery life as well. The major con with this camera is the video recording. There is no 4K video, and the manual control for video is minimal. Plus, Wi-Fi sometimes gets disturbed. Overall, however, this camera is a great choice for entry- to mid-level photographers, offering great photo quality at an affordable price.
This is a wonderful camera for pro photographers and a great step-up camera for developing photographers at a reasonable price. There are a total of 20 items in this bundle, including lenses [Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM, Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM, 420-800mm Telephoto], a microphone, a shotgun microphone kit, a three-piece filter kit, a wireless remote, and extra accessories. The 90D takes good quality photos, has a fully articulated LCD touchscreen, offers a weatherproof extended battery life, and records 4k videos. There are several cons to this camera. First, there is no in-body stabilization, so you always need a mini/regular tripod. Second, the flash takes a little longer to recharge in low light, and third, for an advanced camera, I expected an extra card slot instead of the single card slot as backup memory. Overall, though, 90D is a good choice for photographers looking for a sophisticated, high-performance camera that won't break the budget.
4- Nikon D7500
This camera is an advanced-enthusiast DX-format camera that delivers top-notch quality images. The bundle comes with lenses [AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens , AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED lens, 500mm preset f/8.0 Telephoto], a polarizer and FLD filter kit, a wireless shutter remote, a deco photo 50" pro tripod, and extra great accessories, for a total of over 24 items in a bundle for under $1,500. The camera is very functional and efficient, with a fast, accurate shooting speed. Like many other Nikon cameras, it also has Wi-Fi/Bluetooth SnapBridge technology. Other key features include speedy continuous shooting with excellent image quality, fast autofocus, a responsive LCD touchscreen, and an inclusive feature set. The cons for this camera are that it lacks a second card slot, the video autofocus performance is not as responsive as it should be, and the autofocus is erratic in video capturing. Overall, however, the D7500 is a great camera that delivers HQ images and is within-budget for most photographers.
The Sony Alpha A6000 Mirrorless Camera is a great choice for entry-level photographers. The camera has excellent features, fast and continuous performance, and top-notch image quality. It’s also super lightweight, weighing only 1.4 pounds for the body. This bundle includes a 16-50mm lens, two memory SD cards, two rechargeable batteries with a Sony dual charger. In this 13-item bundle, you can get a nice, everyday camera. The Sony A6000 offers fast, continuous shooting and autofocus, it has a compact body with multiple custom control options, built-in Wi-Fi, and excellent low-light performance for an impressive-above average quality image. The cons of this camera are that most settings might be overwhelming as they will likely take time to figure out. Also, the noise reduction can sometimes filter out too much noise. Overall, though, this camera is a strong candidate for a cost-effective option that’s less expensive than other similar-featured cameras in the market, and it delivers nice high-quality images for both beginners and hobbyist photographers.
The Fujifilm X100T offers a camera with a fixed, single-focal-length lens—but a good one—for a higher price than many DSLRs or mirrorless models. This camera is the only one on this list that does not include a bundle, but it's such a great camera with HQ features. The focal length in the camera lens makes up for the non-removable and single-fixed lens. Moreover, it's a great choice for all-around everyday use with family and friends and for young photographers. This camera can’t be compared with the rest of the list given that it has far fewer features, but it’s such a good option for explorers and a nice addition for everyday use.
And there you have it—six HQ cameras you can get shipped right to your door via Amazon. I created this list a while ago for myself when I decided to upgrade my own camera for portrait sessions (I previously used an old Nikon Coolpix). I searched and asked my photographer friends, and ended up buying the Canon EOS Rebel T7i DSLR, which is an amazing camera.
Ultimately, it’s all about what you need and what’s within your budget. There will always be a camera that fits your needs and doesn’t break the bank.
So which camera do you like the most? Is there a specific camera you’d recommend that’s not on my list? Share it in a comment—I would love to hear from you!
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