quality posts: 125
Attention "gym photographers:" This outfit is not going to deliver the results YOU want if your goal is to get frozen-action shots of your kid scoring the winning basket in the high school tournament.
The lenses do not have large enough apertures to allow sufficient light in to permit a high shutter speed. Things are getting better with each new model, but (right now) there ain't no free lunch.
Every time I have a class or tutoring session, somebody pulls out this basic "kit" set (great for outdoors) and then looks like I just told them their dog has died when I deliver the bad news about shooting in the gym.
You need to learn some photo basics (apertures/shutter speeds/ISOs) and you will be able to make a much more informed decision.
Not want to do all that? Locate some magic fairy dust and sprinkle it on the camera to make it all better. I'm sure Woot! will have some again next week.
Like Lake Wobegon, but without the lake.