Canon T4i Digital Camera Review$1,199.00
Effects, Filters, and Scene modes
There are several typical scene modes including Portrait, Landscape, Close-Up, Sports, and Night Portrait. Also present are oddities like "Handheld Night Scene," which combines four exposures to ensure a blur-free image, and "HDR Backlight Control," which is simply a HDR mode much like those found on competing models.
Additionally, there are a number of picture filters available through the T4i’s playback menu. These will take a photo on the memory card and apply either a grainy B/W effect, soft focus blur, fish-eye distortion, an "art bold" effect that drastically increases contrast, watercolor effects, a toy camera-style vignetting, or selective blurring to make an object appear smaller. When these filters are applied a new image is created, preserving the original.
The T4i is compatible with Canon's GP-E2 GPS module, which connects via the hotshoe. The camera features a submenu within the camera's main menu system that allows the user to adjust GPS settings.