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Just about everything is controllable from it, and if you don't like it, all the usual controls are there so you can ignore the screen altogether. Playback control is exceptionally good.
The eye-control LCD works fine; it extinguishes when you hold the camera to your eye. The problem with the T4i having too few buttons for skilled users is that the same button does different things at different times, even in playback. The tiny camera has a bony-feeling little tiny grip, but it's comfortable enough.
The T4i is much quieter than the larger EOS cameras. When set my favorite settings, I get the same great looks I expect. With 18 MP, the T4i has at least twice as many pixels as anyone would ever need for anything. Automatic lateral chromatic aberration correction, presuming you have a proper lens profile loaded, doesn't correct everything.
With the mm STM , there will still be some color fringes left, even with correction enabled. Again needing a lens profile, there is also corner light falloff correction.
There are no other options. This is great for still subjects, but faster than I'd like for use with IS and slower than I'd like for action and people shots. High ISO performance is great for any reasonable use. Notice the the great Auto White Balance here under tungsten lights at home.
Too often these shots turn out too orange. Best of the Wursts. Note that only the Green Peppercorn and Black Pepper salamis are in focus, while everything else melts away. Even at ISOs in the thousands, I doubt that any normal person like my wife would ever notice any noise. The T4i is pretty much state-of-the-art for 1. If you need better, you need a full-frame camera. I'm going to save you endless pages of similar comparison images; high ISO performance doesn't vary much between cameras with the same sized sensor, but does vary greatly with sensor size.
Flash Exposure Most of my fill-flash shots with the built-in flash are overexposed; I have to dial-in negative exposure compensation. Usually when a brand of camera has the ability to do it in one camera, the less expensive cameras do it as well, too.
Until we're finished refining our procedures, we will not be posting comparative performance charts.
Through the viewfinder -- i. In bright conditions, time to focus, expose and shoot was a solid 0. In dim conditions, they're both 0.
In contrast AF mode i. This is the only test I ran for the mm lens Sequential shooting is similarly fast: 0. Burst performance results were interesting, in a disappoining way. For a nonmoving subject but with center-point AF active, the T4i clocks about 5.
However, with moving subjects -- in practice, that is -- it's far slower. In some cases it seemed to drop to roughly 2fps based on the file time stamps.
Accuracy, on the other hand, is very good, with roughly 75 percent of shots locking well enough for typical nonprofessional uses for panning, approaching, and random movements. The AF system seems to work fairly well with wide apertures on fast lenses, including the 50mm f1. But despite updates to its automatic operation, it's still making unintelligent AF choices, such as always opting to focus on the closest element in the scene.
I have to admit: shooting Live View and video with the T4i is a joy compared with most dSLRs --but only with the STM lens -- because the contrast AF snaps in relatively quickly, decisively, and quietly when shooting.