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The T4i is Canon’s advanced amateur DSLR, sitting between the bargain-basement T3 and the higher-end 60D and 7D enthusiast models. It’s priced at $1199 with the 18-135mm IS STM kit lens, but can be had for around $1100 from reputable merchants. The D3200, on the other hand, is on the bottom rung of Nikon’s DSLR product pyramid. Its MSRP is just $700 with the 18-55mm kit lens, and it’s going at $650 and cheaper at current internet pricing.

But the differences don’t stop at price. The T4i justifies its premium with a better kit lens, touchscreen control, an articulating LCD, and continuous autofocus during video recording. In contrast, the D3200 is relatively spartan, though its 24-megapixel sensor is certainly an eye-popping feature.

So looking at a pricey yet technologically advanced Canon and a cheap but feature-poor Nikon. The question is: which gives better bang for the buck? In this comparison we’ll take a detailed look at how the two models stack up, and try to answer the question of whether the T4i’s added features are worth the extra coin.

That touch panel is one of the T4i’s primary advantages in the features comparison. It allows for touch-based menu navigation, quick setting adjustment while shooting, tapping to focus, tapping to shoot, and control of playback as well (including pinch-to-zoom behavior). The D3200’s fixed screen is bright and clear, but it simply can’t compete with Canon’s superior tech.

There’s little question that the T4i is a better camera in every respect, aside from pure image quality. It’s better built, more feature rich, has a more logical and full-featured control scheme, and boasts neat party tricks like touchscreen control and continuous video autofocus. This is stuff the D3200 can’t hope to match. But the price is a real problem. At a $1100 street price, the T4i is nearly double the cost of the D3200. While it may be better built, it’s not that much better built. While it might have better features, are they really worth an extra $600?

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