Refurbished Canon SL1 with 18-55 IS STM and 1-YR warranty for $350

Another “take pictures with” kit among the refurbished Canon DSLRs that might be of interest for a first DSLR, perhaps for kids/teens since it is a bit smaller than the typical DSLRs, is the manufacturer refurbished black Canon SL1 with 18-55 IS STM with a 1-year Canon USA warranty going for $350 with free shipping. You also get a free badget bag and 16GB memory card. The white color scheme is out of stock.

PS: they also have an option with the 70-300mm non-IS non-USM added for $40 more, but how much that makes sense on a smaller DSLR without in-body IS, is up to the buyers to decide 🙂

2 thoughts on “Refurbished Canon SL1 with 18-55 IS STM and 1-YR warranty for $350”

  1. I can recommend this deal personally. About a year ago, I ordered an SL1 refurb, body only, from Canon for $330. I wanted a second body. I considered that a very good buy then and still do. Looked and worked like pristine, brand new. The current deal with kit lens thrown in is even better. The bundle with 18-55 kit zoom and 70-300mm telephoto is also a good deal, IMO, even if the buyer doesn’t bother using the 70-300 that lacks image stabilization unless or until he/she has a good tripod. At the long end, in my experience and with my hands, a tripod, bean bag or other prop is a good idea in any case.

    Also, anyone who gets one of these as a first DSLR or first non-smartphone camera should take a look at David Busch’s encylopedic Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D Guide to Digital SLR Photography, about $25, and his Compact Field Guide for the Canon EOS Rebel SL1/100D, $14.39 (at Amazon this moment). Anything you want to know, anything you need to do, will be explained in detail — often elaborate, wordy detail in the former book, and with blessedly quick-‘n’-dirty brevity in the Field Guide. The latter is also small and thin enough to tote in a medium or large gadget bag, and it lays flat. Really good deals all around.

    1. indeed! new photographers these days have it so good! abundance of cameras at affordable prices, lots of educational material easily accessible, and so on! Back in our time…

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