Canon EOS 650D Reviews

Canon EOS 650D
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Canon EOS 650D review

 4.2
Verdict: Canon sticks to a successful formula by using the same 18-million-pixel sensor and metering system as the EOS 7D and 60D, so the 650D performs as expected, which is good news for photographers.
Read full review at Amateur Photographer
April 2014
Amateur Photographer
 

Verdict: Canon D-SLR users can be pretty much assured of obtaining a reasonable lifespan for their cameras before a replacement comes along and renders them ?so yesterday'. Owners of the EOS 650D have had a particularly good run, but now the time has come to say good-bye, as the 650D rolls out to take its...
Read full review at AVHub
November 2013
AVHub
 

 4.0
Verdict: With the digital revolution now well and truly in place, smaller developments are the ones actually making the headlines. And for quite a while touchscreen technology in compact system cameras has been one such feature.
Read full review at Photo answers
December 2012
Photo answers
 

Verdict: Canon and Nikon make excellent cameras and with Nikon's release of the D5200 the obvious question is; how does it stack up against the Canon competition? Here we compare the D5200 against its main Canon competition, the 650D.
Read full review at digitalrev.com
December 2012
digitalrev.com
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 5.0
Pros: Touch-screen LCD, 5fps, Image quality and high ISO
Cons: Quite pricey, Touch-screen needs to be clean, Mixed materials on body
Verdict: The new Canon EOS 650D is a user-friendly enthusiast-level D-SLR full of new tech and functions, including a new touch-screen, and much more than a simple upgrade from the Canon EOS 600D (which it now sits above in the range).
Read full review at T3
December 2012
T3
 

 3.0
Verdict: Substituting the button controls for touch screen proved to be surprisingly snappy as Canon's implementation of touch screen makes the simplest tasks much faster, even if you never realised you needed it. Instead of pressing buttons to reach to a particular tab, you can just touch it now.
Read full review at t-break
November 2012
t-break
 

Canon EOS 650D Digital Camera Review

 4.4
Verdict: The 650D is the first Canon entry level DSLR to feature a DIGIC 5 processor that has far reaching benefits in terms of processing power. Another first is the inclusion of AF tracking in the cameras video mode (only available on certain lenses).
Read full review at Buy-n-Shoot.com
November 2012
Buy-n-Shoot.com
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 4.0
Pros: High quality rugged feel, tilting touch screen LCD, high stills and video resolution, razor sharp images with image stabilised 18-135mm lens, good jack of all trades DSLR
Cons: Pricey for the beginners this is aimed at if going for the body and lens combo we had on test, no anti shake built into the camera body itself
Verdict: Canon and Nikon are still the top choices when selecting a digital SLR for poster-sized professional results, as they maintain the widest range of lenses and accessories. Following on from the 550D and 600D, the 18-megapixel APS-C sensor 650D is described by Canon as ideal for beginners, though the...
Read full review at Macworld UK
November 2012
Macworld UK
 

Canon EOS 650D

 4.0
Pros: High quality rugged feel; tilting touch screen LCD; high stills and video resolution; razor sharp images with image stabilised 18-135mm lens; good jack of all trades DSLR
Cons: Pricey for the beginners; no anti shake built into the camera body itself
Verdict: High quality rugged feel; tilting touch screen LCD; high stills and video resolution; razor sharp images with image stabilised 18-135mm lens; good jack of all trades DSLR
Read full review at macworld.com.au
November 2012
macworld.com.au
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 4.0
Pros: Fast performance; good usability; accurate focusing
Cons: Optical viewfinder leaves out some edge details
Verdict: The EOS 650D sits between the†600D and the 60D in Canon's digital SLR range, and†is classed as an entry-level model. There's nothing entry-level about its capabilities, though: it's fast, has an 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, is well built and has a touchscreen.
Read full review at Digital Arts
October 2012
Digital Arts
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 4.0
Pros: Touch-screen controls, Performance, Handling, Image quality
Cons: Slow live view AF, High-ISO noise
Verdict: While the EOS 650D offers little significant advantage in image quality over the 600D, the viewfinder AF and overall performance are better, and the clever touch-screen control system works extremely well, allowing you to really make the most of an excellent camera.
Read full review at itproportal.com
October 2012
itproportal.com
 

Verdict: After lying low for a while Canon has come back to the DSLR stage with the EOS 650 D, an 18 mega pixel camera with many firsts to its name. Canon has not yet started pushing its megapixel numbers and is instead focusing on other features.
Read full review at naaptol
October 2012
naaptol
 

Canon EOS 650D

 4.2
Verdict: Clever use of a touchscreen display and a vast improvement to autofocus performance on video and stills makes the 650D the best all-rounder for amateurs
Read full review at PC Pro
October 2012
PC Pro
 

 4.0
Verdict: The EOS 650D sits between the†EOS 600D†and the†EOS 60D†in Canon's digital SLR rage and it's classed as an entry-level model. There is nothing entry-level about its capabilities though: it's fast thanks to the inclusion of a DiG!
Read full review at PC Advisor
October 2012
PC Advisor
 

Canon T4i Digital Camera Review

Pros: Excellent touchscreen interface, Silent, continuous autofocus during video recording, Solid menus and ergonomics
Cons: Image quality still lags behind competition
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T4i is a very solid mid-level DSLR . If that sounds like faint praise, it should. This is not a camera that inspires strong feelings in either direction. It's a competent, incremental upgrade to a well-received ancestor. It gets the job done.
Read full review at DigitalCameraInfo.com
September 2012
DigitalCameraInfo.com
 

Canon's Rebel T4i represents a middle ground between bargain-bin DSLRs and enthusiast models.

 4.0
Verdict: This is not a camera that inspires strong feelings, yet it's mostly very reliable (sometimes, vanilla is the flavor you want). On the handling front, Canon's Rebel-series cameras have always been notoriously easy for beginners to pick up and use, and the T4i is no exception.
Read full review at printerinfo.com
September 2012
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 4.0
Verdict: Big improvements to video capture make this a strong contender for both still and moving images
Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
September 2012
expertreviews.co.uk
 

Canon EOS Digital Rebel T4i SLR

Verdict: Over the last few years, Canon's EOS Rebel series of entry level DSLRs has become a fertile market for those wishing to make the jump to DSLR while remaining budget conscious. For 2012, Canon has announced the T4i , described as their flagship entry level model.
Read full review at Steve's Digicams
September 2012
Steve's Digicams
 

Canon EOS Rebel T4i (EOS 650D)

Pros: 9 cross-type AF points, Records Full HD video, Improved AF during live view and movies (but still slow compared to most CSCs, Stereo microphones, plus external mic jack, Infrared remote port, Display sensor turns off LCD automatically when the camera is against your eye, Very good JPEG image
Cons: Movie Servo AF not fast enough for most purposes, No real improvement in high ISO†performance despite the increase in maximum ISO, Dynamic range not as good as competing models, though HTP†helps, Auto and Incandescent white balance very warm in tungsten lighting, Tends to overexpose, particularly
Verdict: When a company touts a new feature that turns out to be, well, not so hot, it casts a pall over the entire product, sometimes unnecessarily. This is one of those cases. Most people still don't think of SLRs primarily as video cameras, so that the on-sensor phase detect isn't as responsive or...
Read full review at imaging-resource.com
September 2012
imaging-resource.com
 

Canon EOS Rebel T4i

Pros: First DSLR with a touchscreen, which experts call fantastic, New features help in backlit or dimly lit situations, Faster live-view autofocus than other entry-level DSLRs, Faster burst shooting than basic DSLRs
Cons: Live-view autofocus isn't that quick, Loud autofocus can be heard on videos
Verdict: For example, Basic+ mode gives you nine options -- Standard, Vivid, Soft, Warm, Intense, Cool, Brighter, Darker and Monochrome -- to help you get the look you want. Three User Defined modes let you save your favorite personal styles of saturation, sharpness and more as your own custom shooting...
Read full review at review.consumersearch.com
September 2012
review.consumersearch.com
 

Canon EOS 650D

Verdict: Outwardly the Canon EOS 650D / Rebel T4i is virtually identical to its predecessor, the 600D / T3i. It is a fairly small camera with a largely plastic shell and a pretty narrow, mildly uncomfortable hand-grip.
Read full review at PhotographyBLOG
September 2012
PhotographyBLOG
 

Canon EOS 650D Digital SLR Review

 4.5
Pros: Excellent noise performance up to ISO3200 and above, Live view allows 5x and 10x magnification to aid manual focus, Excellent image quality, Excellent colour reproduction, Excellent touch screen, Solid body with good handling, Playback image star ratings
Cons: Slow live view focus (compared to Sony SLT or Mirrorless, Lens focusing motor loud and picked up by microphones, Noticeable barrel and pincushion distortion with 18-135mm lens, The lens aberration correction feature slows continuous shooting
Verdict: and features a new touchscreen and Hybrid AF designed to give continuous AF during video recording. A number of other improvements have been included such as stereo microphones, quicker continuous shooting, built in HDR creation as well as the DIGIC 5 processor enabling higher ISO†settings.
Read full review at ePHOTOzine
September 2012
ePHOTOzine
 

Canon EOS 650D Review: The Best Budget DSLR Is Kind Of A Bummer

Verdict: More than two years ago, the Canon EOS 550D set the standard for beginner DSLRs . The camera proved that for a little over $1000 you could get beautiful photos and slick HD video. It was incredibly popular, as was Canon's 2011 follow-up, the EOS 600D .
Read full review at Gizmodo
September 2012
Gizmodo
 

 4.5
Verdict: However, it's worth remembering that that the 600D/Rebel T3i was priced at £679/$799 RRP body-only when it came out in April 2011, yet today it can be found for around £499/$579. It shouldn't be too long before the Canon EOS 650D street price becomes more palatable as well.
Read full review at PhotoRadar
September 2012
PhotoRadar
 

 5.0
Verdict: Our new favourite DSLR has a new hybrid CMOS sensor which enables continuous autofocus during video recording, a responsive touchscreen and 5fps burst shooting. Image quality from the 18MP sensor is excellent and focusing is super-quick. Brilliant.
Read full review at Stuff.tv
August 2012
Stuff.tv
 

A touch of glass

 4.0
Pros: Nice size; solid build; very good high ISO performance; positionable and touch-sensitive LCD is very useful; Multi Shot NR is useful for producing low noise at high ISO settings
Cons: Requires very fast SHDC/SDXC cards for uninterrupted video recording
Verdict: The EOS 650D is a very capable camera in the areas that matter the most - it ¬≠produces great image quality even at higher ISO ¬≠settings and the positionable LCD and ¬≠external microphone input make it suitable for video shooters as well.
Read full review at techcentral.my
August 2012
techcentral.my
 

Canon EOS 650D

 5.0
Pros: Excellent picture quality up to 3200 ISO, 5 fps burst mode, High-quality swivel LCD, Comprehensive video mode with stereo sound and continuous autofocus, Well-designed touchscreen interface, Can pilot remote wireless flashes
Cons: Hybrid autofocus system could be faster, Autofocus can be a little hesitant in low light, White balance could be better, Noisy shutter release, No sign of Wi-Fi, GPS, USB 3.0
Verdict: The EOS 650D (Rebel T4i in North America) is a minor revolution in the world of Canon SLRs, as it's the first of the firm's models to boast continuous autofocus in video mode.
Read full review at DigitalVersus
August 2012
DigitalVersus
 

Canon EOS Rebel T4i

 4.0
Cons: Tiny viewfinder. Very limited burst shooting in Raw mode. Video autofocus is choppy with non-STM lenses
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T4i ($849 list, body only) is the successor to the Rebel T3i , a camera that suffered from very slow autofocus in Live View mode. The T4i does a much better job, especially when used with Canon's latest STM lenses.
Read full review at PC Magazine
August 2012
PC Magazine
 

Canon Rebel T4i (EOS 650D) Review

Verdict: The Canon Digital Rebel T4i (a.k.a. EOS 650D and Kiss X6i elsewhere) is a great camera. It is a superb camera for still photos, and makes fantastic-looking video. Its autofocus is marvelous for still images and action, and while the best DSLR yet for video autofocus, still not where we want it for...
Read full review at Ken Rockwell
August 2012
Ken Rockwell
 

Pros: Fast performance, Good usability, Accurate focusing
Cons: Optical viewfinder leaves out some edge details, Slight over-exposure in auto modes, Touchscreen is unnecessary
Verdict: The EOS 650D sits between the and the in Canon's digital SLR rage and it's classed as an entry-level model. There is nothing entry-level about its capabilities though: it's fast thanks to the inclusion of a DiG!
Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
August 2012
review.goodgearguide.com.au
 

Canon 650D

 4.5
Pros: Touchscreen, Vari-angle screen, Image quality and high ISO performance, 5fps continuous shooting, Easy interface
Cons: 'Only' 18MP, No headphone socket, Raw burst-depth, No rating button, New NR mode is JPEG only
Verdict: The Canon EOS 650D - or Canon EOS Rebel T4i in the US - sits above the Canon EOS 600D/Rebel T3i in Canon's DSLR range, and has been designed for beginners and enthusiast photographers alike.
Read full review at TechRadar UK
August 2012
TechRadar UK
 

Canon EOS T4i / 650D

 4.4
Pros: 3 inch LCD capacitive touch-screen, Hybrid CMOS AF sensor with continuous AF for movies, Quiet focusing STM kit lens option, Chromatic aberration correction, 5fps continuous shooting, Multi shot noise reduction mode
Cons: Only 3-frame auto bracketing, Movie crop / digital zoom of T3i / 600D dropped, Live mode hybrid AF can be slow and unresponsive
Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T4i, or EOS 650D as it's known outside North America, is the company's latest upper entry level DSLR. Announced in June 2012, it replaces the massively popular Rebel T3i / 600D which has held the upper entry-level position in the EOS line-up since its introduction in Feb 2011.
Read full review at Camera Labs
August 2012
Camera Labs
 

Canon EOS 650D Review

 3.5
Pros: Hybrid AF coupled up with STM lenses yield amazing speed and accuracy, Live AF during video shooting is very good, New Digic V processor allows burst mode of 5fps
Cons: Low light performance is average at best, Compact build of the camera might not work for everyone, Lack of any kind of weather sealing
Verdict: The Canon EOS 650D is the successor to the 600D, a camera that has earned the love and affection of many photography enthusiasts across the world. However, though the 650D doesn't look or feel a whole lot different from its predecessor, the insides tell a different story.
Read full review at thinkdigit.com
July 2012
thinkdigit.com
 

Canon EOS 650D

 4.4
Pros: You want a high-resolution DSLR camera that can record both still pictures and Full HD video clips, You want a camera with a straightforward user interface plus easy-to-use automated shooting modes and user-adjustable controls, You want a DSLR with a built-in auto flash plus a useful flash modes and
Verdict: The EOS 650D replaces the popular EOS 550D at the top of Canon's entry-level DSLR line-up, sitting just above the EOS 600D. Many features from the 550D continue in the new model and, like its predecessor, the EOS 650D has been developed as a high-performing camera newcomers to DSLR photography can...
Read full review at PhotoReview
July 2012
PhotoReview
 

Canon EOS 650D/Rebel T4i Review

 4.0
Verdict: There was a lot of excitement recently as Canon launched its EOS 5D Mark III, which answered many ?wants' that arose from the previous Mark II model and, while not replacing the earlier camera, the newcomer still kept the excitement going.
Read full review at Digital Photography School
July 2012
Digital Photography School
 

Canon EOS 650D

 4.0
Pros: Touch-screen adds to user experience, Improved autofocus performance, Good image quality
Cons: Touch-screen icons a little small, Slow processing of digital filter effects
Verdict: Does the addition of a touchscreen elevate the Canon 650D to DSLR greatness?
Read full review at TrustedReviews
July 2012
TrustedReviews
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 4.0
Pros: Responsive autofocus, touchscreen can be useful, JPEG burst mode can be sustained (picture dependent), LCD screen is detailed and vari-angle useful for framing, live view autofocus improvements benefit movie mode
Cons: Plasticky build quality, raw & JPEG continuous shooting is still poor (limited buffer), live view autofocus still lags behind SLT and compact system cameras, pre-flash in low light just isn't subtle, higher ISO images have more noise than the previous generation sensor, movie mode autofocus still
Verdict: The camera's 18-megapixel sensor produces great quality shots direct from camera, but the limitations at higher ISO settings and small buffer when shooting raw files in burst mode are sticking points.
Read full review at Pocket Lint
July 2012
Pocket Lint
 

Canon EOS 650D review

 4.4
Pros: Responsive touchscreen with added bonus of touch-shooting and image reviewing, light body, consistent metering system
Cons: Auto white balance not always entirely accurate (more neutral than faithful), room for improvement with touchscreen, burst depth could be better
Verdict: The Canon EOS 650D is the world's first DSLR to be equipped with a touchscreen also arrives with a clever focusing system and a handful of extra features. The What Digital Camera Canon EOS 650D review investigates the extent to which their implementation has been successful
Read full review at What Digital Camera
July 2012
What Digital Camera
 

Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D

Verdict: The Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D delivers 18 megapixels of professional grade image quality in a compact , lightweight , feature-filled , easy-to-use body that carries a very affordable price tag. That is the same opening line I used for the Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D DSLR review .
Read full review at The Digital Picture
July 2012
The Digital Picture
 

Canon EOS 650D full review ? first DSLR with capacitive touchscreen and Hybrid CMOS sensor

Verdict: From how I see it, Canon EOS 650D is a precursor to an era of user-friendly DSLRs with ergonomic designs. That being said, EOS 650D is a huge leap from 600D and an upgrade you shouldn't hold back to.
Read full review at Gadgetmania
June 2012
Gadgetmania
 

 3.8
Pros: Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient, High image quality with good balance between detail and noise reduction in JPEG output, Good subject tracking AF in viewfinder shooting mode (compared to mirrorless competition, 5 fps with ample buffering in JPEG-only mode, Very
Cons: Slow 'hybrid AF' performance in live view and video modes (compared to mirrorless competition, Slightly higher noise levels than its peers, Default dynamic range lags a bit behind its peers, Using flash with Auto ISO enabled results in ISO 400 even in bright light conditions, Cannot configure common
Verdict: The EOS 650D/Rebel T4i provides an interesting window into Canon's thinking with regard to the entry-level DSLR market. The Rebel series of cameras is one with long-standing success that predates the digital revolution. And they remain very popular today.
Read full review at DP Review
June 2012
DP Review
 

Canon EOS 650D

 4.0
Cons: Some colour fringing with 18-55m kit lens; Price undercut by rivals; No resolution enhancement over predecessor
Verdict: The EOS 650D is Canon's best entry-level dSLR to date, but with several interchangeable-lens compacts offering similar touchscreen features, higher resolutions and a healthy range of lenses, there are too many lower-priced alternatives to make it a no-questions-asked must-buy.
Read full review at CNET
June 2012
CNET
 

Canon EOS 650D review Review

 4.0
Pros: Responsive touchscreen, Impressive video performance, Punchy, accurate colours
Cons: Some colour fringing with 18-55m kit lens, Price undercut by rivals, No resolution enhancement over predecessor
Verdict: The EOS 650D is Canon's best entry-level dSLR to date, but with several interchangeable-lens compacts offering similar touchscreen features, higher resolutions and a healthy range of lenses, there are too many lower-priced alternatives to make it a no-questions-asked must-buy.
Read full review at CNET
June 2012
CNET
 

Canon 650D 18MP Triple Lens Battery Bundle

Verdict: Very happy with the way the transaction was handled. I got exactly what was expected and the item was delivered 1 day earlier. Excellent service and good value for money.
Read full review at TakeALot
January 2014
 

 5.0
Verdict: As one of my first cameras, i got to say this one was a great camera overall. Very easy to use, and the touch screen was a very convenient feature added to the model.
Read full review at henrys.com
August 2013
henrys.com
 

My experience with the Canon EOS Rebel T4i Digital Camera

 5.0
Pros: Takes crystal clear good quality pictures when being used properly, and easy to use
Cons: Broken when I recieved it. Kind of bulky to carry around everywhere
Verdict: I wanted a good quality camera so I could photograph my life, the people that are around me, nature,
Read full review at epinions.com
July 2013
epinions.com
 

Great camera

 5.0
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Large Clear LCD
Cons: Noisy At High ISO, Poor In Low Light
Verdict: This is a great product for an enthusiast like me. Its all intuitive and guides me well with different photo situations. The adaptability of this with different lenses is great. Overall, a stunning product.
Read full review at Adorama
June 2013
Adorama
 

 4.5
Verdict: I've had an old Minolta film camera in which I learn how to shoot photographs, since then I didn't have a serious camera until I bought the t4i (just a bunch of point and shoots). The first thing I noticed is the touch screen, getting to the menus and browsing photos is very easy with it.
Read full review at gdgt
June 2013
gdgt
 

Canon EOS T4i 18MP DSLR with 18-135mm

 5.0
Verdict: I purchased this camera kit during the extended boxing day sales as an upgrade to my Canon T1i. For picture taking I didn't find the T4i to be much of an improvement over the T1i, but I was impressed with the other features/improvements.
Read full review at bestbuy.ca
April 2013
bestbuy.ca
 

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 5.0
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April 2013
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