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The Best Camera Sets for Photographers

Camera sets and bundles are useful investments for anyone who takes their photography seriously, at any level. Instead of buying your accessories one at a time over time, you can make a one-time purchase with a complete set. Since serious photography can be an expensive hobby, buying a camera set can help you to save money in the long run.

What You Should Consider in a Camera Set

The types of additional photography tools can vary wildly, so be sure to check that any bundle you buy has the accessory or accessories that you want. Since most camera sets come with the camera itself included, consider if you want a DSLR or digital camera. DSLR cameras tend to be bigger and bulkier with a wider range of shutter features, while digital cameras are smaller and more portable. Also be sure that the camera’s memory card or hard drive has enough storage for your needs.

Best for Budget: Sony DSC-W800 Digital Camera Accessory Bundle

This camera bundle is meant to be compact and easy to transport, making it ideal for travel and taking vacation photos. Besides the Sony camera, this set includes a memory card with a 32 GB SD card reader, an equally portable 10-inch tripod, a carrying case, and a cleaning starter kit. The carrying case is padded for extra protection. The camera can be charged by USB, so you can charge it while it’s hooked up to your computer.

Best for Budget

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W800 Digital Camera (Black) + 32GB Pixi-Basic I3ePro Accessory Bundle

A small and portable camera bundle that won't take up all the extra space in your suitcase.

Best DSLR: Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera Bundle

This DSLR camera comes with a wide range of shooting modes, including landscape, close-up, sports, night, and portrait. Besides the already equipped lens, this particular set comes with two bonus lenses. One is wide-angle that captures a broader field of view, and the other is a telephoto lens that provides an even closer zoom-in feature. Two 32 GB memory cards, a deluxe camera case, flashlight, filter kit, extra battery pack, AC/DC car and home charger, USB card reader, and a 50-inch tripod are also included.


Lady house USB Digital Microscope,Sky-Blue,T6 + 18-55mm,33-T6-KITA-111416

A camera with multiple modes and lenses, and a set with almost every photography accessory you could hope to find.

Best Digital: Nikon COOLPIX B600 Digital Camera Set

This bundle comes equipped with a NIKON digital camera, 32 GB Transcend SD card, a deluxe carrying gadget bag, a 50-inch professional tripod, a rechargeable battery, varying lens cleaning tools, and a USB micro male cable. The carrying bag is nice and soft and has a large front pocket as well as two smaller side ones to fit all your photography accessories. The camera itself is capable of recording video and taking photos and has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth so you can upload and share your photos wirelessly.

Best Digital

Nikon COOLPIX B600 16.7 MegaPixel Digital Camera + 32GB Card, Tripod, Case and More (13pc Bundle)

A well-equipped digital camera bundle with a video-recording option and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities.

Best Lens Bundle: Canon EOS Rebel DSLR Camera with Lens Bundle

This set comes with four different interchangeable lenses for the DSLR camera, ranging from 18-55 mm to 500 mm. Besides the monopod and flexible spider-style tripod, the set also includes a T-mount for the 500 mm lens. Other accessories are a 32 GB memory card, camera shoulder case, slave flash, three HD UV filters, a USB card reader, and an HD filter kit. The camera is also equipped with built-in WiFi and video recording capabilities.

Best Lens Bundle

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