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Old Feb 6, 2011, 11:25 PM   #1
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Canon has announce the 600D/T3i

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Old Feb 7, 2011, 5:05 AM   #2
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that was quick from canon to replace 550D.. im sure most of the t2i owner would be disappointed..
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Old Feb 7, 2011, 5:09 AM   #3
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about the same time scale from the 500d to 550d. Iam not disappointed. i take the view that what I buy today is history tomorrow things get updated so fast now.
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i got my t2i last week but hey 770 bucks !

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It's amazing how fast they come out with new models. Just a blink of your eye, your new camera becomes obsolete.
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Old Feb 7, 2011, 5:37 PM   #6
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none of the camera's are obsolete. All they did was add some simple upgrades. Nothing that will impact image quality. Just little add on's. When they update sensor, the current models are still modern, not obsolete.
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I don't miss any feature that T3i offers over T2i.
I'd get T3i over T2i for the same price but not a feature worth paying couple hundred extra. Better go with 60D with little more.
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The wireless flash is actually worth it, the other option for the rebels would entail spend couple of hundreds for a master flash and slave flash. So for the extra 100, is allot less then a nissin di866, canon 580exii or metz 58 as a master then picking up a slave flash.
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ahhh! i wouldn't pay extra just to get that in camera 16:9 format because this is the only thing i like..(but this is personal) and that's big price to pay! other than that i don't really care about those wireless and fancy lcd features!
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Yes, it depends upon what the personal requirements are.
For me, I am good with the built in flash.
The only thing I can use is the rotating swivel lcd for some odd angle images.
If Canon really had improved bursting/AF/low light more than T2i, then may be...
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