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Is the t4i considered a cropped body or full frame camer? what's the difference? Sorry, still learning! Jul 10, 2014
The T4i is has a cropped sensor. Here is an article that should help explain the differences. Hope this helps! http://www.borrowlenses.com/blog/2013/05/transitioning-from-point-and-shoot-to-dslr-understanding-full-frame-vs-crop-frame-sensors/
I wanna buy a camera for shooting short films, do you think I should purchase this camera. Im a novice at this so i don't have much knowledge of this. Jul 2, 2014
This camera is great for short video clips as you just flip the switch to "movies" and push the red button to start and stop as you wish.
I am getting a shutter noise all the time when I take a video, I have changed all the settings and still I get it could someone tell me why? Apr 7, 2014
IF you're not using an STM lens (and this specific T4i listing does not appear to have included an STM lens) then the camera can easily pick up the sound of the lens' standard auto-focus motor if you have the camera set to continuously focus during video. STM lenses are supposed to be quieter on this camera for video. Solution is to either trade-in your lens for an STM lens, try a Canon USM lens (quieter than standard auto-focus motors) or get an external microphone you can mount farther away from the camera body or to try turning off auto video focusing.
Is there any reason why I should buy the T4i instead of the T5i? They are the same price and the T5i seems to be a little faster Apr 7, 2014
Buy whichever is cheaper. The differences between the 2 are so small. T5i has a 360 degree dial and some extra creative filters. I don't think it's worth the extra price.
Is this camera good for action shots? I like to capture the moment when its happening to i need a good camera to do so. Feb 25, 2014
While not as fast as Canon 7D, this camera can be used for action shots. Keep in mind that you will need a proper lens and some skill to obtain satisfactory results.
No. To my knowledge, there are no tele-extenders/teleconverters which will fit an EF-S lens. The Canon compatibles only fit EF lenses.
If I upgrade to a T4i, would the kit lenses (EF-S 15-55 and 55-250) I have from my T1i work on it? Jan 31, 2014
Yes. Your EF-S lenses are compatible with the T4i body. Canon's website for the T4i (http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_rebel_t4i#Specifications) says under the "Specifications" tab that the T4i supports EF-S lenses. Have fun with your upgrade! It's a great camera!