Canon T5 and Nikon D3300 in 2 lens bundle clash

By Peter Chubb - Nov 9, 2015

Even though more of us are ditching compact digital cameras because of the ever-increasing improvements with smartphone cameras, they are never going to be an issue for those people that choose to go with a DSLR, as those handsets just cannot compete. We know that it can be an expensive jump going from a compact to a DSLR, and so finding a bundle is the most obvious thing to do.

Two of the most popular brands of DSLR are Canon and Nikon, and Sams’s club has an incentive ready to put into action in the last few days of November. You have the choice of two, and these are the Canon T5 2 lens bundle, or the Nikon D3300 two-lens bundle.

Nikon D3300 2 lens bundle

What the two packages have to offer – The Canon T5 18MP Digital SLR Bundle comes with a 18-55mm IS lens, the 75-300mm Lens, along with a 16GB SD Card, and an EOS 100ES DSLR shoulder bag. The price of this is usually $499.99, but will be sold for $399 instead. As for the Nikon D3300 HD-SLR 24.2MP Camera, this comes bundled with a 18-55mm VR II lens, the 55-200mm VR II lens, a camera Case and a 32GB memory card. This usually sells for $599, but will be reduced to just $499.

How do you know which of the two bundles is best? The answer to this does not rely on those other goodies that come in the bundle, but rather the camera itself. We have included two video reviews so that you can gauge which has the better features. However, you might also want to read the consumer Canon T5 and Nikon D3300 reviews on Amazon, as this way you get to know just what those people that own them think.

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Canon T5 2 lens bundle