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The Canon T4i is camera that takes excellent pictures and Video. However, the Canon T4i’s autofocus is pretty slow and this is the T4i’s biggest drawback.
Here are some things to consider when buying a Canon Rebel T4i/650D:
Stunning Images and Video: As with other Canon DSLRs the vivid colors and crisp images make every penny you pay for this camera worth it. You can take images in both 18 Mega-pixel JPEG and 18 Mega-pixel RAW. The RAW is mostly for folks with access to some higher-end photo editing software, while the JPEG formats work better for the average consumer.
Manual Focus for Video: The auto-focus on the T4i is painfully slow for video. So if you are upgrading from a camcorder, you might wan’t get some practice shooting with the Manual focus ring on the T4i. However, due to some firmware updates, the auto-focus for still images has improved and is now usable.
The Infamous Noise: As with other Canon DSLRs there is some background noise when you connect external microphones to the camera. Now, if your mic has a way of adjusting the gain internally, you can set the gain on the Camera manually to the lowest usable setting and then set the gain on your mic up as high as possible, to reduce the impact of this noise.
Touch-screen Worthy of the iPhone Age: The T4i has an extremely responsive touchscreen. This makes changing the settings on the camera a total breeze. The menu is very well laid out and the screen rotates and flips for added convenience.
Rugged Build Quality: Like other Canon DSLRs, the Canon T4i means business. It is build solidly and is suited for the professional environment. This review was done with the latest firmware update.