I am a wildlife photographer and have been asked many times by wildlife enthusiasts while on photo shoots, which is a good, all round camera for someone starting out in DSLR? I do not use these cameras on a regular basis but have friends who own them and they lent it to me for hands-on review. In short, if one were to start off trying to decide on an entry level DSLR, either camera will do just fine.
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The Canon T3i has a 18 MP APS-C sensor with a 3 inch LCD screen and ISO range from 100 - 12,800 extended, 9 point AF system, shoots HD videos at 1080p and weighs in at 18.2 ounces.

The Canon appears to be a bit easier to get the hang of, even without reading the Owner's Manual.
The Canon's LCD screen appears slightly sharper and the body has a better grip to it, especially for anyone with larger hands. The Canon T3i has a dedicated Movie Mode and for those who shoot a lot of videos, this may be an advantage but both cameras capture very good quality movies and photos and it will be very helpful to use a tripod, even an inexpensive one.
But both cameras will benefit with the addition of a grip, which is a worthwhile investment if one plans to keep the camera for a while and uses it often.
I find the Canon's extensive lineup of EF lenses a bit more impressive than Nikon and the image quality a little bit 'better' but this is my subjective opinion.

I encourage anyone to go to your local camera store and get a hands-on feel of the two bodies.

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