There is a custom third party firmware update out there for the Canon T2i that will be released at the turn of the year, launching us into the next decade. This firmware update is touted to enable 4K recording (for the layman, that would mean 4096 x 2304 resolution) on the T2i, which is a fine jump considering it is normally limited to 1080p. There is one caveat attached to this though – you are only able to go on recording for six seconds, which is pretty sad. Perhaps this is due to the device running out of cache, but that is an assumption at point of publishing. The maximum ax bitrates supported are around 175MB/s, which is currently the highest supported by the fastest Class 10 SD cards that are available on the market at the moment. Bear in mind that you should take this with a grain of salt, since no verification video has been posted just yet, so we will just have to wait until Saturday to find out.
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