Are you considering the Canon EOS M vs T4i / 650D? We pit Canon’s first compact system camera against its heralded entry-level DSLR to compare the handling and image quality of the Canon EOS M vs T4i / 650D.
Our testing team has had the privilege now of using both the Canon EOS 650D and Canon EOS M. As both new Canon cameras use the same sensor, our team ran an in-depth comparison of the two over on our sister site TechRadar. They compared all the key features and specs to help those looking for a new camera to decide which body is most suitable for their needs. Here’s what they found…
Find out what our in-house testing team thought of the latest camera to join Canon’s growing entry-level EOS range.
Some models of the recently announced Canon EOS 650D / EOS Rebel T4i may cause an allergic reaction in some photographers due to an abnormality in the new Canon DSLR’s rubber grip.
The Canon EOS 650D/Rebel 4Ti debuts a couple of new technologies for Canon that could be used in a mirrorless compact system camera (CSC).
For a start, the EOS 650D is Canon’s first DSLR to feature full-time autofocusing in Live View and video mode. Both of these modes require the reflex mirror to be lifted out of the way, so the camera in effect emulates a mirrorless model.
Canon has launched the EOS 650D, a beginner level DSLR, which is the first camera of its kind to feature a touchscreen LCD.
The Canon EOS 650D also features a newly designed 18 million pixel APS-C Hybrid CMOS sensor, which enables hybrid autofocus, a first for any Canon camera.