'No change from the T4i; not necessarily a bad thing'
'Ability to preview the Creative Effects'
'Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient'
'Sensor records lots of detail'
'The most compact Rebel, but few small lens choices'
'Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated'
'World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body'
'Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands'
'Ability to continuously auto-focus during movie recording'
'High image quality with good balance between detail and noise reduction in JPEG output'
'Image quality and high ISO performance'
'Touch-screen adds to user experience'
'The T3i's controls can be frustrating to operate.'
'relatively strong construction'
'3-inch vari-angle clear view LCD'
'very nice LCD'
'If you switch your lens to Manual focus, the 'AI Focus AF' wording in the upper LCD display is replaced with 'M Focus' – a small but considerate touch. '
'Vari Angle LCD.'
'This camera is great for the beginner photographer, and even for the more advanced photographer.'
'One move that was very smart on Canon's part was to keep the megapixel count at a modest 12 megapixels.'
'The battery life is great.'
'This is a great entry level DSLR.'
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