Canon T4i Digital Camera Review
The Canon EOS Rebel T4i is an incremental upgrade to Canon's top consumer line of DSLRs.
Canon's high-end Rebel series has long been one of the best-selling and best-received DSLR lines on the market. Like most of its members, the new EOS Rebel T4i represents an appealing middle ground between the bargain basement prices and minimal feature sets of the low-end Rebels and the advanced features of the enthusiast-targeted EOS 7D. The T4i improves on its predecessor with a capacitive touchscreen, a new "hybrid autofocus system," and a new silent kit lens.
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