I agnozied about getting a bundle.
In the end I got it ONLY because it was from Cardinal Camera and I have bought cameras and bundles, with success, from them in the past.
All I wanted was the: camera, 24-105mm f/4 L ISM USM lens, the grip and the adapter. The bundle was STILL CHEAPER than these 4 items together and this was the ONLY WAY I could get all 4 as a kit/bundle.
The rest was FLUFF. I relented and kept the 128GB SD card. It is a Class I. I shoot Class 3.
I haven’t tried the flash or the spare battery. It charged, but I haven’t put it in the camera.
I gave most it to the 18-year old daughter who has my old Canon T3i.
I am fussy about what I use with my camera.
The Canon EOS RP body.
With the grip attached.
Comes with NO instructions. The original door has to be removed. I had to work it out. You can see it in front.
The grip definitely helps. Too small without it. Should be STANDARD.
The MOST important bits. My wrist straps. I do NOT use a neck strap. Getting these on was the hardest part.
With the ‘Expert Shield’ screen protector. Worked like a CHARM the second time around. No wonder they send you TWO.
With the Canon RF 24 – 105mm f/4 L IS USM lens attached.
Search ‘EOS RP’.
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I am not going to take any chances with my new Garmin Fenix 5. I am hoping that we will have a good, long term relationship. So far, it looks very promising.
Not so with the Fenix 5. It does not have a touchscreen. Plus I got the glass version where the screen is not as rugged as the sapphire version. I did some research and many people advised getting a screen protector. I looked around in Amazon and got the ‘Kimilar’ shown above. It did the job — as stated and promised. No drama. It comes with a suction plunger — I assume to remove the protector if need be. I still have two left.
I already had the USB port protectors that I had got for the Vivoactive 3. So, that was handy.
So, just wanted to share.
Search ‘Garmin’ & ‘Fitbit’.