Canon's Rebel T4i shoots great stills and HD video, has a very useful articulating touchscreen LCD, and includes one of the best and fastest autofocus systems available in its price range. It also has a great mix of easy presets and manual controls, making it a very good option for point-and-shoot users looking to upgrade to a DSLR. If you already have a recent Canon DSLR, like the Rebel T3i, there's little reason to upgrade, but if you're looking for your first DSLR, the T4i is a very good option.
The Canon EOS 650D is packed with cool features, including a multi-touch touchscreen, ... and a faster auto-focus with better noise performance. It's a serious package for new SLR users -- but Micro Four Thirds and other lens-swapping cameras offer similar features for less money.
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I've had an old Minolta film camera in which I learn how to shoot photographs, since then I didn't have a serious camera until I bought the t4i (just a bunch of point and shoots). The first thing I noticed...
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