Big news in the camera world, courtesy of our friends at PopPhoto: Canon just announced its first mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (ILC). ILCs are great because they take, largely, the core features and image quality of a DSLR and shrink them to near-point-and-shoot size--plus, you retain the ability to swap lenses. Sony has owned the category lately, but Canon's EOS M has most of the internals of its currently excellent Rebel line of entry-level DSLRs, including the same sensor as the T4i. It'll retail for $800 when it's released in October. Read more at PopPhoto.
Our friends over at Popular Photography got a hands-on look at the new Canon EOS Rebel T4i, the sequel to the fantastic entry-level T3i DSLR. It's not wildly different from its predecessor, but with a more powerful processor, a better autofocus (including continuous autofocus in video mode, a great feature), and, most importantly, a very flashy touchscreen interface (including touch to focus and navigation), it's definitely worth a look for anyone considering an entry-level (or even intermediate-level) DSLR. Check out the report (with video of the new interface) over at Pop Photo.