The Canon Rebel T4i EOS 650D surprised everyone with its 1080p video resolution and a folding touchscreen. While the Rebel T4i is being touted as a camera for the masses, it is actually packed with some amazing technology and its price tag is quite robust too. It is expected that the Rebel T4i will be a far more advanced model than the EOS 600D and Canon EOS 550D. The wait will be over by 15 June when the EOS 650D is finally released with an 18-55mm lens.
- Full HD video
- Multi-touch touchscreen
- In comparison to a Micro Four Thirds camera it is much costlier
The Canon Rebel T4i EOS 650D includes the following features:
What makes the Rebel T4i a one of its kind dSLR camera is the fact that it boasts a touchscreen. It has a fold-out adjustable display, so you will be able to see what you are shooting even when shooting at different angles. It has a 3-inch screen with a 1,040,000-pixel resolution. In comparison other dSLR cameras, the 650D has the most advanced screen. Multi-touch gestures are also supported by this camera. This means that several features of the camera can be controlled simply by flicking, pinching or tapping the fingers on the touchscreen.
Full high-definition videos can be shot using the 650D and dual AF for both movies and stills is featured by the Rebel T4i. This dSLR camera records full HD video at thirty, thirty-five or cinematic twenty-four frames per second. The camera records stills and videos to SD memory cards, including high-capacity SDXC and SDHC cards. A stereo microphone is also included in this dSLR camera, but you might have to purchase an external microphone if you want to record broadcast quality video.
Canon Rebel T4i EOS 650D Specifications
An APS-C CMOS, 18-megapixel sensor is nestled inside the Rebel T4i. Thus, its resolution is the same as the Canon EOS 60D, which has higher specifications. This dSLR camera has up to 100-12,800 sensitivity and for low-light shooting it can be extended to ISO 25,600. You snaps might display speckled image noise to some extent due to the extreme sensitivity.
Full resolution images up to five frames per second can be snapped with the EOS 650D, which means fast-moving action can be captured and you snap a range of other shots. Any Canon lens can be stuck on the front of the 650D, which includes cheaper, older lenses, but latest features such as autofocus cannot be used. When you shoot video, this dSLR camera will not pick up noise because it is silent even when refocusing.
The full high-definition video and a multi-touch touchscreen are among the numerous splendid features that the Canon EOS 650D is equipped with. For those using a dSLR camera for the very first time or for those who cannot spend a large sum of money, this camera is the right choice and is worth its price. Now, all that can be done is to wait for 15 July when the Canon Rebel T4i EOS 650D will be released and will hopefully be just as expected.
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