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Photocopy your signature into Photoshop and pen tool around it.

Always use my signature for my watermarks.
cool idea but my signature is nothing to write home about lol. ill get a nice cursive font off a font website
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t2i and 7D have the same crop sensor. both crop x1.6
verified correct. get x2 t2i's for the price of a 7D
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@Anton338

as far as a canon that takes better than average 1080p you would be pretty solid with a t2i since a lot of the cameras have the same sensor. my 7D is stellar but that doesnt mean the t2i doesnt capture just about the same quality video.
I was looking at the T3i, but again... same sensor.

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and no, the sensor is not the same
http://www.dxomark.com/index.php/Cam...rand3%29/Canon
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why was verification needed lol?

also t3i is an updated t2i so you will get the new stuff offered such as improved high ISO performance as well as im sure more accurate faster auto focus. i have not used the t3i so i can confirm, but its a fairly safe assumption that at least those two things are improved
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why was verification needed lol?

also t3i is an updated t2i so you will get the new stuff offered such as improved high ISO performance as well as im sure more accurate faster auto focus. i have not used the t3i so i can confirm, but its a fairly safe assumption that at least those two things are improved
t3i vs t2i = not worth the extra $$$ IMO
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t3i vs t2i = not worth the extra $$$ IMO
do you have a t3i and have you tested your t2i under video stress tests to see its limitations under different situations for recording 1080p video? the improved high iso performance could be a deal maker if he is looking for video performance. for stills most likely not worth it though.

while designing graphics is your thing. video is mine
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I'm fairly certain that high ISO noise is unchanged between the two, as they both sport the same sensor and processor.

edit: Yep.

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos600d/page10.asp
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i'm fairly certain that high iso noise is unchanged between the two, as they both sport the same sensor and processor.

Edit: Yep.

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos600d/page10.asp
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I also find I notice noise in photos way more than in video.
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