Replacing the 650D the 700D becomes the new flagship DSLR in their ‘EOS for Beginners’ range. Continuing to feature a 18-megapixel APS-C ‘Hybrid CMOS’ sensor, 100 - 25,600 ISO range, 5fps burst shooting and 9-point AF the new model is almost identical however. Costing $1099 it’s up against stiff competition, with rivals such as the Nikon D5200 and Sony Alpha 58 packing more resolution for less money.
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Hello everybody. First of all thanks to the DXOMARK team for their outstanding work. It would indeed be nice to have the newer Nikon 24MP DX bodies tested. I think that many people are intested in buying some new lenses but are waiting to see how they perform on the 24MP sensors (d3200, d5200, d7100). It will be very interesting to see the real impact of those extra pixels in terms of actual image resolution ? Greetings everybody.
There might be no major upgrade but the T5i still has the latest and best features today. But if you are looking for "beginners" or entry-level dslr, you should consider the Rebel SL1. Read the review at http://www.squidoo.com/canon-eos-rebel-sl1-review