Inch by inch, model by model, Canon is slowly dragging the DSLR toward its destiny: a full-fledged photo-video hybrid camera. We're not there yet, but the $800 T3i brings shooters a bit closer with a video-centric swivel out screen.
After ten years of bullet-time, you'd think the effect would be completely played out. But you haven't seen crazy surfing shot in bullet-time with 52 Canon Rebel T2is.
It's not a huge update, but if you've been suffering from a problem where your manual exposure has shifted during a video shoot, you'll appreciate that Canon has addressed it with new 1.0.8 firmware. Don't you wish these updates were OTA? I'm sure a huge segment of the population never installs these updates—many of…
Canon's Rebel T2i is an incredible camera—everything a first DSLR should be. It takes fantastic photos (and, crucially, video) for the price, it's easy to use, and perhaps most importantly, it's a camera you can grow with.
The Canon T2i dSLR sounded extremely exciting, as it promised to bring 1080P video (with decent frame rates) to Canon's sub-$1000 dSLR line. Photographer Dan Chung was among the first to test it out, and the results look fantastic.