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Just one short day away from the official release, massive leaks have sprung regarding Canon’s new Rebel T4i. Courtesy of Canon Rumors, we now have a full list of specs for the T4i/650D. As previously rumored, the camera will indeed sport an 18-megapixel APS-C sensor, articulating touchscreen LCD, 9 cross-type AF points and a better “hybrid” AF system for live view and video recording. But the specs we hadn’t yet heard of include: ~5fps continuous shooting, ISO 100-12,800 (expandable to 25,600), and the same viewfinder and metering system found in the previous Rebel T3i. Read more…
Fresh off the press: Canon Price Watch just put up the first images of Canon’s up and coming T4i — which is rumored to drop this Friday. Interestingly enough, Canon Price Watch seems to think that the new Rebel will be announced tomorrow, a day earlier than expected, alongside the rumored 18-135mm IS STM and 40mm f/2.8 pancake lenses.
Unfortunately, the pictures don’t come with a set of confirmed specs, but the rumored specifications as they now stand have the T4i sporting an 18-megapixel sensor (fingers crossed the sensor has at least been updated from the T3i), touchscreen LCD, 9 AF points (all cross-type), and continuous AF during live view and while shooting video.
(via Canon Price Watch via Canon Rumors)
Thus-far rumors about the Canon Rebel T4i/650D have been relegated to the “it’s definitely coming” category, but yesterday Canon Rumors posted a short spec list that they believe to be fairly accurate. The rumored specs as they now stand would have the new Rebel sporting an 18MP sensor, 9 cross-type AF points, a touchscreen LCD and, most impressively, continuous AF during video recording and in live view.
For the most part the specs fall somewhere between expected and interesting (9 cross-type AF points sound great but it seems strange that the Rebel line has been stuck with an 18-megapixel sensor for three generations now). The spec that has people really excited, however, is the possibility of a good continuous AF system for live view/video recording. Fortunately we won’t have to wait long to find out, since the T4i along with Canon’s first mirroless camera are both expected to be unveiled sometime next month.
(via Photography Bay via Canon Rumors)