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    Question Canon T3i or T4i???

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    I'm planning on starting to save up for a good entry level DSLR and I love my old SLR Canon Ti that I inherited from my grandfather after he passed so I am looking at the newer ones. Which would you consider: the Canon T3i or Canon T4i???
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    t4i, no questions. Better processor and better autofocus are important and the t3i has to be nearly outdated. When I updated from a Rebel xti to a 60D, I was BLOWN AWAY at the difference in the processor and autofocus. It's important
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    I haven't looked at the specs for the T4i, but my mom has the T3i and I LOVE it!
    Here are some pictures I took with it that are both edited and unedited. (of course the quality is a bit degraded because of Facebook, but still)
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    P.S. Getting out of the rebel series is worth it if you shoot regularly
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    Canon T3i ot T4i

    I think the best entry level DSLR camera is the T3i. Just my opnion but read some of the reviews of this model and I think you'll see a lot of people agree. It takes excellent professional grade pics and is relatively easy to use

    I've done a review of the pros and cons of this camera at Canon Rebel T3i

    I've used it for a couple years now along with another camera. But this one by far is the best if you're looking for entry level. Hope that helps. Have a good day.

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