if you want a budget upgrade for your t4i... I would go with the Canon M series (their crop sensor mirrorless).mr_yellow wrote: ↑ Hmmm...
Is there a better "budget" upgrade for a t4i owner? I assume I'll have to spend an extra 50-100 for the EF adapter for my lenses. I mainly concerned with shooting indoors with kids. Looking for better autofocus speeds and portability...
Also, can this camera use EF-S lenses? I got a few.
While your EF-S lenses will technically work on an RP with an adaptor, it crops the image so it will only be like a 10 megapixel image. So even though it will work, you wont want to use EF-S lenses on an RP. If you have the Canon 50mm f/1.8... that's an EF lens designed for full-frame... so that lens would work fine with an adaptor.
But the M series is a lot cheaper, and even a cheap M series camera will be a lot better than your T4i. Get something with with eye autofocus because it will help with taking photos of kids. Maybe look at the M200.
And with the M series... you can get an adapter and use your EF-S lenses and they will function perfectly.
If you have a lot of EF-S lenses... get an M series with an adapter... if you don't have a nice collection of lenses... then sell everything and buy an M series camera with a the 22mm f/2 M lens. The f/2 will help in low light and it's small.