Nikon announced the new D5200, which--surprise!--has a 24MP sensor (similar to the one in the D3200, but allegedly different in some respect), and enhanced AF. There might be a tweak to the video, but as for photography, there are no other significant changes from its predecessor.
Rockwell has asserted that there really haven't been any significant advances in digital photography since 2010, and this assertion seems to be definitely true for APS-C. These latest APS-C offerings from Nikon and Canon seem to confirm his thesis. Canon's Rebel doesn't even offer an improved sensor and the 24MP sensor that Nikon is adopting is underwhelming at best.
The only good thing about these announcements is that it makes purchasing a D5100--or T3i if you prefer Canon-- at a reduced price that much more of a bargain.
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