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Canon EOS 2000D Review | The BEST DSLR CAMERA for Beginners?

I have been using the Canon EOS 2000D DSLR camera for about 2 months now and decided this would be a good time to review the camera and the gear that came with the kit I bought. The Canon EOS 2000D is also known as the “Canon EOS Rebel T7” in the U.S. and the “Canon EOS Kiss X90” in Japan. Let me know if you have already bought or are planning on buying this camera in the comments below. I talk a lot in the video about the kit that came with the camera, and highlight some things that took me a while to figure out like how to turn on back button focus on the Canon EOS 2000D.

The full kit I bought can be found HERE:

The kit includes:
Canon EOS 2000D 24.1MP Digital SLR Camera
Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III Standard Zoom Lens
2X Professional Telephoto Lens
High Definition 0.45x Wide Angle Lens
16 GB SDHC Class 10 Flash Memory Card
Deluxe Padded SLR Camera / Video Gadget Bag
Hard Tulip Shaped Lens Hood
Multi-Coated 3 Piece Filter Kit (UV-CPL-FLD)
Multi-Coated UV Filter
50-Inch Photo/Video Tripod
Digital Slave Flash with bracket
USB Memory Card Reader
Universal Lens Cap Keeper
Flexible Tripod
6 Piece SD/SDHC Memory Card Hard Plastic Case
Ultra Clear Screen Protectors.

Check out the links below to see some of the cemetery photos I take but don’t make it into a video and to keep in touch and join the community!

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0:00 intro
0:30 Welcome
0:49 Intro/Specs for the Canon EOS 2000D
2:16 Demo of built in mic
2:32 Battery Info
3:12 Talking about the Kit
3:36 List of gear in the kit
8:34 My Thoughts on the Canon EOS 2000D
9:15 Basic Overview of the Menu/Functions
13:00 Turning on Back Button Focus
15:45 Demo of Battery/SD Card Slotting
16:47 Basic Rambling About the Camera
18:50 Closing Thoughts
23:19 Pictures

Let me know in the comments if there is something you are struggling with as a new photographer and I will share anything I can to help. Being new to photography, it can be difficult to find resources that will explain things in an easy to understand way, so my mission is to share what I learn as I learn it.

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