Canon EOS 650D
The EOS 650D ( EOS Rebel T4i in North America, EOS Kiss X6 in Japan) is a digital SLR camera from the family of Canon EOS digital cameras. It was introduced on June 8, 2012 as the successor of the Canon EOS 600D and since end of June 2012 on the German and Austrian market. On March 21, 2013 were presented as the successor to the Canon EOS 700D.
Introduced in the previous model vari-angle monitor has been enhanced in the 650D to the touch screen. Has on the sensor resolution, since the 550D nothing changed. Other new features include the continuous autofocus in video mode and an expanded ISO range up to ISO 25,600.
- Instead of the DIGIC 4 processor, the predecessor models comes with the 650D a DIGIC 5 processor to use.
- Continuous shooting is possible at up to five frames per second.
- A hybrid autofocus system that enables continuous focusing with certain lenses.
- Nine cross-type sensors instead of one in the 600D
- DIGIC 5 processor
- 18 -megapixel resolution ( 5,184 × 3,456 )
- ISO sensitivity from ISO 100 to ISO 25,600
- 9- point autofocus ( a total of 9 cross-type sensors in the 600D only the more Middle AF point was a cross-type sensor )
- 3.0 " LCD touch screen ( 1,040,000 pixels) 3:2 format
- 5 frames / second
- HDMI ™ port
- EOS Integrated Cleaning System
- Video Mode: Full HD 1920 x 1080 ( 29.97, 25, 23.976 B / s); 1280 × 720 ( 59.94, 50 B / s); 640 × 480 ( 59.94, 50 B / s)
- 14 bit
- Compatible with all EF / EF -S lenses and EX -series Speedlites