Canon EOS 650D Rebel T4i

  • Canon EOS 650D Rebel T4i
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Based on 55 scores, 99 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    20
  • Good:
    29
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Responsive touchscreen.
  • Touchshooting and image reviewing.
  • Light body.

Cons:

  • Auto white balance not always entirely accurate.
  • Room for improvement with touchscreen.

Expert reviews and ratings

By avhub.com.au on

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...

By Photo Answers on 80

Body price: £539 Effective resolution: 18MP Sensor type: 22.3x14.9mm CMOS Autofocus: 9 points ISO range: 100-6400 (expands to 100-12,600) Metering: 63-zone LCD: 3in 1040k dots Viewfinder: 95% Shooting speed: 5fps Video: Full HD Sensor cleaning: Yes Card...

By Photo Answers on 80

Although continuous autofocus during video capture has already been seen on the likes of the Nikon D3100 and D3200, for Canon users, this is a significant development. The 650D isn't a direct replacement for the 600D, which Canon intends to continue...

By Macworld on 80

The Canon Rebel T4i is a user-friendly yet relatively advanced DSLR, with helpful tips for beginners and plenty of controls and features for more experienced photographers. Above-average image quality, good performance, improved autofocus, and enhanced...

By tbreak.ae on 70

The 650D is a worthy upgrade for users of 550D because the difference between the two cameras is substantial enough to warrant the price. For users of the 600D, the question becomes more careful – if you think the touchscreen and slight improvement in...

By G4tv.com on

Video Review: Tis the season to get your hands on a digital SLR! If that's the case, then Matt Mira and John Barrowman suggest the Canon Rebel T4i in our 2012 Holiday Gift...

By DPexpert on

IT SHOOTS–THEY SCORE] by terry on 8 November 2012 Nikon started a small revolution in camera design when they introduced the D90 DSLR in 2008. This was the first DSLR to shoot video and Nikon’s competitors were quick to catch up, but there was a fly...

By Macworld UK on 80

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...

By The Imaging Resource on

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By Buy-n-Shoot on 90

The 650D is a serious camera at an affordable price. Its a great first step into DSLR territory although it offers more than enough features to attract attention from seasoned enthusiasts. Its more of a progression rather than a revolution from the...

By cnet on 70

A fine camera, the Canon EOS Rebel T4i's more expensive 18-135mm STM kit (or body with another STM lens) is the only version that merits an unqualified recommendation. You can probably find better alternatives if you just want a sub-$1,000 dSLR for...

By IT Pro Portal on 80

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...

By PC Pro on 83

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...

By Popular Photography Magazine on

Canon continues to make the top of its Rebel line just what it needs to be. As video has been the main theme in DSLRs this year, the new, more robust AF system is a welcome addition, as is the stereo microphone.At the same time, Canon has maintained the...

By CamcorderInfo on 81

As far as video performance is concerned, the Canon T4i isn't a 5D Mark III, but the camera put up some strong numbers in our video tests. Not to mention the camera also has a brand new continuous autofocus mode and a touchscreen LCD—two features you...

By The Digital Camera Resource Page on

Conclusion Canon's EOS Rebel T4i (also known as the EOS-650D) is their flagship entry-level digital SLR (if there is such a thing). It packs many of the features found in Canon's more expensive bodies into a more compact package and adds touchscreen...

By reviewed.com on 80

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...

By reviewed.com on 80

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By Expert Reviews on 80

Big improvements to video capture make this a strong contender for both still and moving...

By techguide.com.au on 80

Canon's pro cameras have been scoring plenty of points in my world but Canon's consumer-level DSLRs just haven't managed to excite me. Until now, that is, because the EOS 650D is a terrific package.My issue with Canon's small sensor consumer DSLRs has...