This the Canon Rebel T4i: it has a new 18-megapixel APS-C sensor (plus Canon’s Digic 5 processor), has an ISO range of up to 25,600, video recording enhancements like on-camera audio leveling, improved autofocus, new scenes and filters, and the selling point: a 3-inch, touch-enabled LCD on the camera that enables new DSLR owners to press each and every one of the tiny Canon icons without missing them. Essentially it’s aiming to be the best entry-level DSLR on the market, and with a spec list like that (plus a decent price), Canon may have an honorable contender to offer the masses.
As for pricing, the body-only Rebel T4i costs $849, the body and the standard 18-55mm kit lens for $949.99, or the body and the new 18-135mm STM lens (a super silent shooting lens) for $1199. And if you only want more lenses, the 18-135mm lens will cost $549.99 and and the 40mm will run you down $199.99. Nicely done, Canon.