Thursday, July 12, 2012

Canon EOS 600D vs Canon EOS 650D


Screen resolution
High resolution screen
1,040k dots

Built-in focus motor
Autofocuses with more lenses
   Screen flips out  Flip-out screen             
        Great for movies 


Screen resolution
High resolution screen
1,040k dots
Touch screen
Touch screen
Less buttons
In-camera HDR
Combines multiple exposures
Light sensitivity
High ISO
12,800 ISO  
Screen flips out
Flip-out screen
Great for movies
Movie continuous focus
Movie continuous focus
Makes it easy to get in-focus movies

Differences :

Advantages of the Canon 600D

Lowest price  Cheaper
  • RM 2500 (600D)  vs RM 3700  (650D)  -/+

Advantages of the Canon 650D

Touch screen  Has a touch screen 
  • Yes (650D)  vs No (600D)
  • Fewer buttons to worry about and direct interaction with camera menus Many new camera's have a screen you can control by touch, usually instead of physical buttons on the back of the camera.

Cross type focus points Many more cross-type focus points
  • 9 (650D)  vs 1 (600D)
  • Grab focus in difficult situations Often some of the focus points in an autofocus system can only detect horizontal or vertical contrast but not both. Cross-type focus points can detect both horizonal and vertical making them the most sensitive and reliable focus points to use.

Autofocus  Video autofocus
  • Phase detection (650D)  vs  None (600D)
  • Automatically focuses shooting video Some cameras don't have video autofocus capability which means you'll have to adjust the focus manually as you record video. Many cameras use contrast detection autofocus systems when shooting video, but a few use faster phase detection systems.

HDR  Has in-camera HDR 
  • Yes (650D)  vs No (600D)
  • Combines multiple exposures to capture high dynamic range HDR stands for high dynamic range, which refers to how much range in lights and darks are captured in a photo. Many cameras will take multiple exposures of the same scene, and combine them together for you to produce a photo which captures both brights and darks really well.

Light sensitivity  Better maximum light sensitivity 
  • 12,800 ISO (650D)  vs  6,400 ISO (600D)
  • The 650D's maximum light sensitivity is 1 f-stop better Using a higher ISO setting captures more light, letting you avoid blur or shoot in low light situations. However, higher ISO settings usually result in lower quality images.
Continuous shooting  Shoots faster 
  • 5 fps (650D)   vs  3.7 fps (600D)
  • Around 40% faster continuous shooting Continuous shooting refers to how fast the camera can take images one after another in rapid succession. Fast continuous shooting is great for catching action shots.

Light sensitivity Better boost ISO 
  • 25,600 ISO (650D)  vs  12,800 ISO (600D)
  • The 650D's boost ISO is 1 f-stop better Some cameras have a special boost setting to let them use a higher ISO outside of the normal range, usually the image quality and/or resolution is reduced as a tradeoff.

Thickness Slightly thinner 
  • 3,1" (650D)  vs  3,1" (600D)
  • Almost the same Very thin cameras can fit in your pocket easily, look for cameras that are less than an inch think to fit in your pocket, 3/4 of an inch ideally.

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