So, T5i goes head to head against Nikon D5200 while EOS-b competes against the D3200. Not bad.
and they both get punched in the face... Hard... and fall over bleeding
How so? Pixel count? Anything else?
The sensor differences are massive and not just from a number of pixels PoV
low iso noise?
high iso noise?
fixed pattern noise?
noise noise noise
$$$$ Price? $$$$
how about 39 point AF including 9 cross type on the D5200 vs wait for it 9! on the canon
and even the D3200 with its lowly 11 points is still more than the 9 (with 1 cross type that the EOS-B gets
Better RGB metering on both nikons
generally the low end nikons have more features and are a bit more customisable than the low end canons
both nikons have headphone jacks for video audio not sure about these new canons yet
anyway I'm not a nikon fanboy, I used to shoot with nikon and changed to canon but nikon crop cameras have been better than canon crop cameras for quite some time and it looks as if there is going to be no change to that situation
as i've said previously neither of these new canon crop cameras offer anything substantial over a T3i other than maybe extra noisey higher iso images which can have liberal dosages of over the top in camera smudging aka noise reduction applied, especially given the price! anyone in the market for a rebel or cheap DSLR should look at a T3i spend the difference on better glass especially given how cheap refurb units can be had