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Nov 14, 2012 11:37 |  #556

gabebalazs wrote in post #15244742 (external link)
Welcome to POTN and congrats on the T4i.
Croatia - beautiful country, I've always wanted to go there. I'm originally from Hungary...

..Thank you..Balash is Your family name originali.I,m from Rijeka,town on the coast of Adriatic see,Croatia !!


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Nov 16, 2012 05:45 |  #557

Just got mine today! Fell out of the hobby for a while and this is my way back in!!




  
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Nov 16, 2012 22:57 |  #558

Took a few the other day with the 18-135 STM

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:cool: Gripped Rebel T4i, Gripped Rebel XS,Canon 70-200 F4, Canon 18-135mm EF-S IS STM, Canon 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS, Canon 55-250 f/4-5.6 IS, Canon 50mm f/1.8 Yongnuo YN-560 II x's 2 :roll:
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Nov 17, 2012 01:48 as a reply to  @ fauge's post |  #559

..from EOS-650D,18-55 mm

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Nov 18, 2012 10:12 as a reply to  @ ZDENKO's post |  #560

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Nov 18, 2012 13:49 as a reply to  @ ZDENKO's post |  #561

This is my first post. I'm new to photography, I bought the camera to take pictures of kitchens (I own a granite fabrication biz). I've been having fun though I've had this camera for about a month and have been lurking these forums for about that time. Here's a couple pics I've taken so far.

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Nov 18, 2012 13:57 as a reply to  @ ZDENKO's post |  #562

Just got mine and my first shots were at our annual Airshow. All taken with the 75-300mm kit lens.


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Nov 24, 2012 16:05 |  #563

Got a 650D as my first ever camera! I'm a very excited noob :)

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Nov 24, 2012 16:18 |  #564

^ Very nice so far!


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Nov 25, 2012 05:38 |  #565

Just taken mine to its first motorsports event. Performed very well considering the 10m or less visibility due to fog. Some photos here:

https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1250872


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Nov 25, 2012 17:51 as a reply to  @ Shake N Vac's post |  #566

I have been looking over this thread for the past 2 days and it seems that the majority of the people are pretty happy with the T4i. Also there are many phenomenal pictures posted which really impressed me with this new camera.

I currently have an XTi and want to upgrade asap. I think the T4i will be a huge leap over my current model. However I am having thoughts of possibly purchasing the 60D instead. It is a give and take on both of these models and they are also very close in price now. The plus factor for me on the T4i would be that I am already familiar with the layout and it is smaller and more lightweight than the 60D. I don't have large hands, so this would be more suitable. Also the T4i has all the latest technology that the 60D has and a faster processor. The main uses for my camera are to shoot my son's hockey games and some video, and the occasional wedding and senior portrait jobs I get now and then. Also just all around family shooting. I am hearing that the 60D is better for action shots and low light, so that is where my dilemma is as I need these 2 things for weddings and hockey. I bet the T4i could still perform in these areas though.


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Nov 25, 2012 19:49 |  #567

hikermk wrote in post #15288309 (external link)
Also the T4i has all the latest technology that the 60D has and a faster processor. The main uses for my camera are to shoot my son's hockey games and some video, and the occasional wedding and senior portrait jobs I get now and then. Also just all around family shooting. I am hearing that the 60D is better for action shots and low light, so that is where my dilemma is as I need these 2 things for weddings and hockey. I bet the T4i could still perform in these areas though.

I just upgraded from an Xsi to T4i. The T4i and 60d are very similar cameras. I think the T4i has the auto-focus system from the 60d, so I'd think the ability to focus quickly should be about the same, and I also think the noise level at higher ISO levels is probably going to be pretty close. The T4i actually has a slightly higher max ISO setting. Sensor-wise the 60d and T3i and T4i and 7D are all using virtually the same one. So I think you'll get everything you need from the T4i.


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Nov 25, 2012 21:15 |  #568

are people just holding off on this camera because this thread should have like a gazillion pages by now. And they just dont push this camera like they did the T3i.


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Nov 25, 2012 22:09 |  #569

patrick j wrote in post #15288799 (external link)
I just upgraded from an Xsi to T4i. The T4i and 60d are very similar cameras. I think the T4i has the auto-focus system from the 60d, so I'd think the ability to focus quickly should be about the same, and I also think the noise level at higher ISO levels is probably going to be pretty close. The T4i actually has a slightly higher max ISO setting. Sensor-wise the 60d and T3i and T4i and 7D are all using virtually the same one. So I think you'll get everything you need from the T4i.

They are similar as far as sensor is concerned- in only one respect- their output is the same as 18 MP is when it comes to Canon. People are silly when their "it's the same" is based upon one particular spec; the sensor in the 7D is at least 3+ years old. I do agree that most of the time- if a camera manufacturer is happy with the sensor- they just re-utilize it in the next models- like they in some of the cameras following the T2i/7D.. But the most improvements come when Canon is forced to redesign or truly upgrade - the most important piece of the camera- the sensor. When it's redesigned- it often means that other aspects might get reconsidered as well- like ISO capability, noise handling, AA filters, etc.. The t4i does not have the same sensor- it's got hybrid AF sensors that Canon had to redesign for.. At the same time- they updated the sensor for higher ISO capabilities, noise, etc.. The 7D's native ISO tops out at 6400, and the t4i- tops out at 12,800.. I do recall seeing the specs somewhere on the "raw" capabilities of the 7D sensors- and those for the t4i- and even that was different- presumably because the CMOS sensor now houses af sensors... The sensors are NOT the same.. If they were the same- the specs would be the same- and the limits would likely be the same...

scpictaker wrote in post #15289147 (external link)
are people just holding off on this camera because this thread should have like a gazillion pages by now. And they just don't push this camera like they did the T3i.

Nope.. But it is being overshadowed by a lot of Canon releases this year. How many new models were released during the year that the T3i came out ? (hint: the t3i and the t3 came out the same year, I think.. More probably chose a t3i over a t3... ) This year- the 5D3 made its debut, followed by the 1DX, the T4i, and soon- the 6D. As most POTN members are upgrading to bigger and better- it's usually to a 60D/7D/5D2/5D3/... and not to another Rebel.
I've never really seen the t3i pushed, as you say, here on POTN.. I see more pushing the t2i- mainly because it's cheaper and pictures are more or less- from the same series of sensors- so no real difference in output. Personally, I do think that the t3i was a better camera - mainly because of the swivel screen and OCF- compared to the t2i or t1i.. However, the t4i is hugely improved - each in little areas- like cross type af points ( all 9 of them), increased focusing accuracy, touch screen (highly useful at that ), higher ISO capabilities, video autofocusing.. As soon as the t4i's price starts to drop - I expect to see more buying them.. I don't expect to see that till after the New Year.. But feel free to go buy a t4i, give it a workout- and start posting some pics from it.. It's a great little body.

The other thing I should mention; for most people- upgrading from a t2i to a t4i is probably not worthwhile- just like it is not for most upgrading from a t2i to a t3i is not. Yes- there are worthwhile gains- but most are looking for "more"-- wanting to experience the more "pro" bodies, their viewfinders, controls, etc. Some just want to experience full frame and its intricacies and benefits.. I bought the t4i because I wanted a lightweight (Rebel ) with a lightweight lens (18-135 STM) for a one lens walkabout camera- when I didn't feel like lugging around 15 to 50 pounds of gear ( or several thousands of dollars worth of gear..) ( A 5D3+flash+70-200+24-105 is about $7,000 worth of gear- not counting a bag to carry it ).


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Nov 26, 2012 00:06 |  #570

wayne.robbins wrote in post #15289349 (external link)
Nope.. But it is being overshadowed by a lot of Canon releases this year. How many new models were released during the year that the T3i came out ? (hint: the t3i and the t3 came out the same year, I think.. More probably chose a t3i over a t3... ) This year- the 5D3 made its debut, followed by the 1DX, the T4i, and soon- the 6D. As most POTN members are upgrading to bigger and better- it's usually to a 60D/7D/5D2/5D3/... and not to another Rebel.
I've never really seen the t3i pushed, as you say, here on POTN.. I see more pushing the t2i- mainly because it's cheaper and pictures are more or less- from the same series of sensors- so no real difference in output. Personally, I do think that the t3i was a better camera - mainly because of the swivel screen and OCF- compared to the t2i or t1i.. However, the t4i is hugely improved - each in little areas- like cross type af points ( all 9 of them), increased focusing accuracy, touch screen (highly useful at that ), higher ISO capabilities, video autofocusing.. As soon as the t4i's price starts to drop - I expect to see more buying them.. I don't expect to see that till after the New Year.. But feel free to go buy a t4i, give it a workout- and start posting some pics from it.. It's a great little body.

The other thing I should mention; for most people- upgrading from a t2i to a t4i is probably not worthwhile- just like it is not for most upgrading from a t2i to a t3i is not. Yes- there are worthwhile gains- but most are looking for "more"-- wanting to experience the more "pro" bodies, their viewfinders, controls, etc. Some just want to experience full frame and its intricacies and benefits.. I bought the t4i because I wanted a lightweight (Rebel ) with a lightweight lens (18-135 STM) for a one lens walkabout camera- when I didn't feel like lugging around 15 to 50 pounds of gear ( or several thousands of dollars worth of gear..) ( A 5D3+flash+70-200+24-105 is about $7,000 worth of gear- not counting a bag to carry it ).

These are all very valid points. Couldn't have been spoken any better. Been trying to make a decision for the past few days on an upgrade. Thanks for your input :)


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