Get started with photography with this Canon EOS Rebel T7 deal, over $100 off at Walmart

Canon EOS Rebel Camera T7
(Image credit: Canon)

New to photography and looking for a place to start with DSLR models? This Walmart deal on the Canon EOS Rebel Camera T7 is well worth a look.

It's not going to feature on our best astronomy cameras or best wildlife cameras lists, but it's still a solid choice for those learning the intricacies of lens choices, and offers a solid set of features with some corners cut (no 4K video, no tilting display, and no touch screen for example).

Still, with a 24MP sensor, it's well worth a look - particularly since it's now just $346.99 at Walmart - over $100 off of the MSRP.

Canon EOS Rebel Camera T7

Canon EOS Rebel Camera T7
Was: $479.99
$346.99 at Walmart
This DSLR is now under $350 - perfect for photography newcomers.

Key features: Easy to use, solid battery life, great for beginners

Product launched: February 2018

Price history: While the Canon EOS Rebel T7 is reduced elsewhere, Walmart's deal beats out Amazon and Best Buy at the time of writing.

Price comparison: Amazon: $399 | Walmart: $346.99 | Best Buy: $399.99

Reviews consensus: The Canon EOS Rebel T7 won't win any awards, but it's still a very solid option for beginners. Its frame, albeit plastic, is easy to understand, and there are a huge number of lenses available. You'll want to spring for a more comprehensive option from our best astrophotography cameras for taking pictures of the stars, though.

TechRadar: ★★★½ | Toms Guide: ★★★½ | Digital Camera World: ★★★½

Buy it if: You're new to using a DSLR - a logical control layout and competitive price point make the Canon EOS Rebel T7 a solid option for beginners.

Don't buy it if: You're looking to shoot video in higher than 1080p, you want a touchscreen, or a more premium camera overall.

Lloyd Coombes

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