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Canon Rebel T4i

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We've given the Rebel T4i a grade of B+.
This product is ranked
25th of 34 in $400 - $600
49th of 68 in Over 16 Megapixels Digital Cameras
38th of 59 in Canon Digital Cameras
19th of 29 in Consumer dSLR

Editor's Review

At first glance, Canon's latest highest-end Rebel is a modest ugprade to the T3i, but there are a few subtle improvements under the hood that make this a worthy upgrade. The sensor is still 18 megapixels, but Canon has added crucial phase detection autofocus pixels that will allow the camera to focus full-time in live view and video modes. These abilities are augmented by the release of two new step-focus lenses, the 40mm pancake and 18-135mm kit, that promise fast and quiet focusing. Canon has also upgraded the autofocus to include 9 cross-type sensors, which should offer more accurate focusing, as well as a multi-touch display that borrows the pinch and swipe gestures pioneered by Apple. You don't have to use the touchscreen due to the number of external controls, thankfully, but it's there if you prefer to. Other, smaller changes include a boost to 5 fps burst shooting, the addition of multi-exposure modes like HDR, a stereo mic, and automatic lens correction for Canon lenses. While the new live view yields faster autofocus than the T3i, reviews have found that it still doesn't compare to the mirrorless competition. This is a real blow to Canon, who relied on this new feature to differentiate the T4i from the competition. It's still a great DSLR, but mirrorless is beginning to feel like the inevitable future.

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Specifications

  • 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
  • 1080p HD video at 30fps with stereo sound
  • 3-inch 1.04 million dot touchscreen LCD
  • Contrast and phase detect autofocus modes
  • 5 fps continuous burst
  • Manual modes
  • RAW Capture
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Release Date: Jun 28, 2012

Canon Rebel T4i Reviews

Canon Rebel T4i Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

Top quality optics, reliability, and convenience of use are just some of the reasons that customers choose Canon digital cameras. Canon has become widely recognized for producing some of the finest digital cameras and digital SLRs that you can buy, and is one of the largest digital camera manufacturers in today's world. Consumers seeking top quality cameras usually have at least a few cameras by Canon on their wish list. Then it should come as no surprise that Canon has frequently won PC Magazine's Reader's Choice Award for Service and Reliability and camera models are consistently given top marks in reviews.

Canon is not generally a cheap brand at all. In spite of this, Canon digital cameras have earned the best buy status. This means that you get great value for the extra money. Recently, Canon begun releasing a number of models that are more inexpensive, without cutting quality. One example is the Canon PowerShot A1200. Unlike many other models you'd find at this price, the A1200 has a small optical viewfinder that makes it easy to shoot outdoors as well as AA batteries.

A lot of other Canon digital cameras have earned high praise across the board as well, including the least expensive Powershot A series, the SD or ELPH series compact point-and-shoots, and the Rebel consumer dSLRs such as the T4i. The majority of Canon camera buyers and aficionados are drawn to the brand as a result of the the durable design, convenience and the amazing picture quality offered by these digital cameras. Some of the best Canon digital cameras include the Canon enthusiast compacts to be found in the S and G series cameras. The advanced digital camera market has been dominated by these models for quite some time, because they appeal to both amateurs and professionals who need something easily portable. For instance, the Canon PowerShot G15 has an LCD screen that swivels, and a 12 megapixel sensor. It's also perfect for low light photography due to its very fast lens.

GPS and WiFi are features that Canon has been adding to its mid and high-end models recently to keep their cameras specifications right on the cutting edge. These better specifications differentiate the upper models from lower-end cameras, but mean that they also have a higher price tag. When buying a Canon digital camera, experts recommend that you thoroughly read Canon digital camera reviews and ratings and consult other users in order to pick the right model.

You can find informative and unbiased recommendations and reviews to help you find the right camera at Digital Camera HQ. We're not a store, but you can trust our camera grades to help find a great camera at the best price. Let us know if you have any problems or questions, we're happy to help.
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