Check Discount on Canon T4i Xmas Sales 2012
(PRWEB) December 02, 2012
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Canon proudly unveils its advanced DSLR. This gadget is sitting between higher-end 7D and 60D models, and the entry-level DSLR T3. The T4i has a regular price of around $1199 already packaged with 18-135mm IS STM kit lens. People can even get the T4i for a hundred dollars less from online stores. On the other hand, Nikon’s D3200 is one of the entry level DSLR cameras of Nikon. It has a regular price of $700 and already includes 18-55mm kit lens. People can even get Nikon D3200 at a cheaper price through online merchants.
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.
One of the primary advantages is its touch panel. This allows users to enjoy touch-based navigation of menus and fast setting adjustment. You can do these while shooting, tapping to shoot, tapping to focus and controlling playback. The DSLR also has a pinch-to-zoom ability. Nikon’s D3200 fixed screen is already clear and bright. However, it still can't be comparable to Canon’s superior quality screen.
The differences between T4i and D3200 outside a lab were not so obvious. Canon’s T4i uses more sharpening on images. It also has stronger noise reduction. The advantage of producing more powerful images straight from the DSLR. In terms of their color modes, both DSLR models have great color accuracy. However, if users are shooting RAW, the differences may be mitigated. This is because any image or photo can be sharpened and punched up the way you like it using a decent RAW image tool.