Canon 650D or 600D

Dear all

I would like to buy my first DSLR camera and I prefer the entry level of DSLR. Please help me to decide which one that I should buy.

I love to take a photo especially natural views. I just have learnt about DSLR camera and I would like to have some. So, I  would like to know more information of DSLR. The cameras that I quite love are Canon 600D and 650D, but I don't know which one is better.

Please give me more functions and information about them. 

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By Heie2 (Aug 31, 2012)

If you are not interested in video and stills shooting is your priority, then you owe it to yourself to take a good look at the far superior Pentax K-30 if you want the best bang for your buck.

Advantages of K-30

- Focus Peaking

- DUAL CONTROL WHEELS (all the others only offer one)

- In-Body Image Stabilization

- Legacy Lens Support (which are also 100% stabilization-enabled and compatible)

- Significantly Smaller Size than T3i/T4i (more than 10%), slightly smaller than D3200

- 100% PENTA PRISM VIEWFINDER (all others are penta mirror)

- 9 Cross-Type AF Points vs T3i's/T4i's only 1 cross type

- More Total AF Points than T3i/T4i

- Faster Max Shutter Speed (K-30's 1/6000s vs T3i/T4i's 1/4000s)

- In-Camera HDR (T4i has this feature as well)

- Significantly Better High ISO Noise Management and Overall IQ

- AA Battery Compatibility (only Pentax offers this)


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By h2k (Aug 17, 2012)

If you like the folding monitor, the 650D is much better, and you can focus by finger-touch. Many people are not used to it, but if you get used to it, it will be wonderful. Also, if you use the monitor (and not the optical view finder), the 650D will focus much faster than the 600D.

All in all: if you like to use the monitor and not the view finder, the 650D is certainly better (because of faster focus and touch-screen).

If you only use the view finder, the difference may not be so great.

But using the monitor open-up and holding the camera far up or far down will give you many new surprising perspectives and "wow" photos.

Then again, if you do like the folding monitor, you can as well take a Panasonic or Sony or Samsung or Olympus "mirrorless" camera, they are much smaller and easier to hold than the Canon 600D and 650D (i handled them), and the image quality is good enough. But i understand that many people insist on Canon or Nikon. Chok-dee khrap.

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By OrSo (Jul 19, 2012)

I had the same problem, so I can tell you how I solved.
After the presentation of 650D, the 600D has dropped the price..
The two cameras are very similar ... this way, I bought the 600
Now I can say that the 600D is a good camera that gives me more than I really need.

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