Canon rumored to announce a replacement for the Rebel T3/EOS 1100D DSLR camera

I received some information that in addition to the compact cameras, Canon will also introduce a replacement for the Rebel T3/EOS 1100D model. The official announcement should be this week for the CP+ show in Japan. The Canon Rebel T3/EOS 1100D camera has been on the market since February 2011.

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  • x4rd

    And once again Canon is showing as crappy sensor which is present in their cameras for ages, crappy APS-C format with no real support from this manufacturer in crappy body. Nothing to do here.

    • Zos Xavius

      Yeppers. Which is why they own most of the market. Why do people buy canon again? I never used a canon camera that I once liked to be honest. APS-C is ok except canon is even smaller. The sensor is probably the same as the 70D without the AF pixels. Actually they will probably be there, but just not turned on because its probably easier and cheaper to just keep one line in production.

      • x4rd

        Why do people buy canon? Because it is cheap as hell and it is “Canon” 😉

  • TinusVerdino

    Great now the T4/1200D or will they skip 4?

  • Z

    Oh goody … will12 mp sensor finally be upgraded to their ubiquitous 18 mp sensor found on other Rebels? … or do I have to pony up for a T5i?

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