Saturday, March 30, 2013

Canon EOS Rebel T4i - Canon EOS DSLR with Touch Screen

Canon EOS Rebel T4i - Canon EOS DSLR with Touch Screen - Back canon making its DSLR cameras in the world by releasing new products with some extraordinary buzz that a DSLR camera with the screen setuh first in the world by the name of Canon EOS Rebel T4i or have another name EOS 650D. It is no doubt the camera captured a price of $ 800, or about 7.7 in Indonesia juataan for this because with that much money you've got a DSLR camera with the world's first setuh screen.

The screen became a mainstay on the Canon EOS Rebel DSLR camera T4i with 3-inch display panel, with 1.4 million dot LCD screen this is what makes this camera very soft portion and bright although tebilang small but does not make it difficult to operate the camera screen. because the screen that can swivel 180 degrees tilted toward the subject, or 90 degrees downward.


Unlike its predecessor Rebel T4i can do auto focus also will continue to work to record video. Canon EOS Rebel T4i doing a good enough job to keep faces in focus when you or they move slightly when shooting, but if you take a picture object that does not have a face it would be a bit a struggle. Moving between objects near and far, the Canon EOS Rebel T4i can adjust, but not always fast and often fail to find focus. interestingly, Movie Servo works well with lenses that do not have a badge STM. At the time of the test, STM 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 work faster to find focus in comparison to STM f/2.8 40 mm, although smaller maximum aperture. 24-105mm f/4L can work well, but is not reliable and slower in finding focus.

Canon EOS Rebel battery life T4i pretty durable. With a single charge endurance, DSLR is able to survive to take the 1969 full-res JPEG images with image stabilization, and need to spend about an hour and a half with an LCD screen and take the video about 15 minutes. As usual, the battery meter can not measure for durability make the camera as not accurate at all. These meters will feature three full bars until the battery will be used perhaps 70 percent of its capacity.

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