DSLR and mirrorless camera tips and tricks, featuring Canon Rebel T2i, T3i, T5, T6/T6i, EOS 60D, 70D, 80D, Cinema C100. Panasonic GH5, Sony a6500. Camera reviews. Video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro. Testing lens, accessories.
In this case you could call it the "rapper stabilizer."
One thing I know with the Canon T2i (and T3i, 60D...) is that on-board camera audio is a non-starter for all but the most casual of applications. Just don't do it - fine for reference audio for syncing later, but for anything else external audio is a must.
Which got me to thinking... kind of like Jerry Maguire: Break down? No, Break Through!
Note that the image sensor and most of the internals are the same as the T2i so we're not talking major upgrade here.
Speed-wise, while not exactly a Porsche 911, it feels at least like a decent sports coupe, say a Lexus IS350.
Ah, upgrade envy; the affliction of us who spend waking moments lusting after the latest gadgets, and reading too much Engadget, CrunchGear and Stuff.tv.