For a list of common problems, visit Canon Rebel T4i Troubleshooting
Background and Identification
The Rebel T4i is one of Canon's high end DSLR cameras, released in June, 2012. It has now been discontinued and replaced by the newer T5i.
The T4i's biggest improvements over its predecessors is the incorporation of a touch screen, as well as a new CMOS sensor capable of both the new contrast auto focus sensors as well as classic phase detection sensors.
To identify this specific camera, look for the "EOS Rebel T4i" logo on the front of the camera.
Alternatively, you can look at the model number on the bottom of the camera. The T4i has the number DS126371
A number of these cameras were recalled due to a manufacturing flaw in the rubber grips, causing them to turn white after a period of time. To check if you have an affected model, put your serial number into this website to see if it is a recalled model.
Optical Sensor Resolution: 18 MP, 22.3 x 14.9 mm
Sensor Type: Hybrid CMOS
Shutter Speed: 1/4000 to 30 secs
Sensitivity Range: ISO 100 - ISO 12800/ 25600 (exp)
Burst shooting: 5fps; 6 raw/22 JPEG
Video: H.264 QuickTime MOV 1080/30p/ 25p/24p; 720/60p/ 50p
Audio: Stereo; mic input
LCD: 3 inch articulated touch screen
Memory Slots: 1 x SDXC
- Width: 5 inches
- Height: 4 inches
- Depth: 3 inches