Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens | Built-in Wi-Fi | 24.1 MP CMOS Sensor | DIGIC 4+ Image Processor and Full HD

10 customer reviews


Brand Canon
Model Name EOS REBEL T7 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Kit
Form Factor DSLR
Effective Still Resolution 24.1 MP
Special Feature Image-stabilization
Color Black
Connectivity Technology USB, HDMI, NFC
Screen Size 3 Inches
Photo Sensor Size APS-H
Shooting Modes Landscape; portrait mode; close-up; night portrait; food; sports mode

  • 24.1 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor with is 100–6400 (H: 12800)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC technology
  • 9-Point AF system and AI Servo AF
  • Optical Viewfinder with approx 95% viewing coverage
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam. Compatible Lenses- Canon EF Lenses (including EF-S lenses, excluding EF-M lenses)

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Perfect for beginners, this camera bundle offers the essential tools needed to take your SLR skills to new heights, all in one convenient package. No matter where your next adventure takes you, count on the EOS Rebel t7’s impressive 24.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor and wide ISO range of 100-6400 (H: 12800) to capture high-quality images, even in low-light situations.

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EOS Rebel T7, DSLR, Canon, Cannon, Beginner DSLR, Camera

The EOS Rebel T7 camera can help mobile device users take their photography to the next level. With a large 24.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, fast autofocus, built-in wireless connectivity and more, it combines fantastic features with easy operation for high-quality images you’ll be proud to share.

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Additional information

Weight 90.7 kg
Auto Focus Technology

Manual, Automatic

Aspect Ratio


Display Resolution Maximum

920,000 pixels

Photo Sensor Size


Effective Still Resolution

24.1 MP

Frame Rate

Up to 30 fps

White balance settings

Auto, Daylight, White fluorescent light, Tungsten, Custom, Cloudy, Flash use, Shade

JPEG quality level


Camera Flash


Image Stabilization


Flash Modes Description

Auto, Flash On, Off

Flash Sync Speed

1/200 Second

Supported Image Format


Video Capture Resolution

FHD 1080p

Video encoding


Video Input Format


Video Standard


Color Depth

14 Bits

Video Output Interface

USB 2.0, HDMI, Mini HDMI

Batteries Required?


Number of Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Are Batteries Included


Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Ion

Battery Description

Canon LP-E10

Battery Weight

90.7 Grams

Battery Life

500 Photos

Target Gender


Compatible Devices

Compatible with SD speed class cards. Compatible with Eye-Fi Cards

Connectivity Technology


Continuous Shooting Speed

3 fps

Controller Type


Flash Memory Type

Single Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-I)

Memory Slots Available


Special Feature


Water Resistance Level

Not Water Resistant

Skill Level


Digital Recording Time

Up to 29 Minutes, 59 Seconds for Full HD (1920 x 1080)

Supported Audio Format

Linear PCM

Form Factor


Hardware Interface

AV Port

Diaphragm Blades


Photo Sensor Technology




Lens Type

Wide Angle

Digital Zoom

0.8 x

Maximum Aperture

5.6 f

Minimum Aperture

3.5 f

Autofocus Points


Compatible Mountings

Canon EF

Focus Type


Maximum Focal Length

55 Millimeters

Minimum Focal Length

18 Millimeters

Photo Filter Thread Size

58 Millimeters

Expanded ISO Maximum


Expanded ISO Minimum


Max Shutter Speed

30 seconds

Min Shutter Speed

1/4000 seconds

Exposure Control Type


Metering Description


Shooting Modes

Landscape; portrait mode; close-up; night portrait; food; sports mode

Viewfinder Magnification


Viewfinder Type


Screen Size

3 Inches

Display Type


Display Fixture Type


Model Name

EOS REBEL T7 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Kit



Model Number


Number of Items




Guide Number

30.18' / 9.2 m at ISO 100

Included Components

Camera Body & Lens

Lower Temperature Rating

32 Degrees Fahrenheit

Upper Temperature Rating

40 Degrees Celsius

Processor Description

Digic 4

Item Dimensions LxWxH

3.1 x 5.1 x 4 inches

Item Weight

1.04 Pounds



10 reviews for Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens | Built-in Wi-Fi | 24.1 MP CMOS Sensor | DIGIC 4+ Image Processor and Full HD

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    Trisha Youngman

    Bit of a learning curveI love photography, videography, and video editing so I was looking for a camera that had good video quality in addition to pictures. This camera takes a little bit of time to get used to and learn, but it was worth the investment once I played with it and experimented with the different features and functions. It also makes a great webcam as I use it for video chatting with my family and friends over Discord. My recommendation to anyone looking to use this as a webcam is purchase a dummy battery as the battery only lasts 2 hours.It does require the use of a lens and, if you want to transfer pictures directly to your PC without removing the memory card, you’ll need the EOS Utility program that you can download from the Canon website. There is a WiFi feature that lets you upload your pictures to your phone or directly to the internet as well.

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    Wonderful cameraThis camera has everything. Wonderful camera but it was too heavy so I had to return it. (Old lady) I checked the weight on the info but the lens was separate and heavy.

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    justin terry

    High quality with control 👌Great if you want to have a lot of control with your photos and videos

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    A Beginner’s ReviewNow, just for some context, I’ve never even held a “fancy camera” (what I’m calling anything above the little handheld digital cameras) It was a little hard for me to figure out the setting and how to use it, but I watched some YouTube videos and got a slight grasp of everything. For some reason the camera will tend to not focus and actually take the picture. It ends up with me awkwardly yelling at my family to hold their pose until the camera will finally decide to click, but I’m going to blame the focusing issue on me lacking knowledge on how to actually use a camera. Another issue I have with the camera is the photo transfer feature (the thing that hooked me into getting this camera was the fact that it could easily transfer photos from your camera to your phone): it’s a little annoying to have to go into the settings to even begin a transfer and make sure both the camera and your phone are connected under the same wifi and once you’re there the camera is left on a blank screen which makes me scared I’m gonna mess something up. Last minor complaint, I promise. The picture I added with that black kitten, it was actually really hard for the camera to decide to take that picture for some reason, like the lighting wasn’t good enough so I had to put my camera light over her just for camera to see there was a subject to aim at and for the flash to go off. Now overall I’m happy with the camera. I love the photos I took with it and I think I just need some more practice with it. It makes me feel like I’m a little professional photographer even though I have no plans of making them look like legit photos one would take.Update 12/2/22I’d recommend getting a backup battery. It does have a decent battery but there are times when I’m in the middle of using it and it needs a charge. Getting the battery to fill takes maybe a couple hours. Side note, *facepalm* there’s literally a low lighting mode on the camera. It’ll do a short flash to brighten up the subject/area and then it’ll take the picture. Getting the camera to focus is still a slight issue for me but it’s not as bad as it was when I was first settling in with it.

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    Laura Southard

    Great camera but missing the instruction manual!Hard to figure out how to use the camera when the instruction manual isn’t included.

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    ChallengingWorking to figure it out. And annoying to have to downloadanual, which is not always clear. Thank heavens for YouTube

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    Great CameraI bought this to record and make music videos. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a check or input for an external sound source or microphone. like the Previous models did. Why would they take that feature away? Other than that it’s a great camera does with any DSLR.can do. Takes great pictures and OK videos. Just sound quality is not good since the built-in mic does not pick up some very well.

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    Joe M.

    A high quality camera user friendly, excellent transaction.The Canon Rebel T7 is still one of the best deals for the money on the market and can be used with a wide variety of lens. I am using various telephoto/zoom lens for the different situations I find myself in. Easy to switch and includes easy to use manual settings. I recommend this camera to everyone from beginner to expert for it’s versatility.

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    A Pretty Good Startedthis is a very good camera to start with. i have been looking into photography, and i have been looking for a camera that would be a good start. this is it. highly recommend!!

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    Came in perfect conditionGot this camera for a class and it takes some getting use to since this is my first digital camera. It came with everything and I think it’s easy to you and love it overall!

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