As per recent reports, it has been declared that Canon has showcased promos of its EOS 650D series. It has been recovered that the new series of dSLR is a follow-up of its 600D series, which was launched last year.
It has been revealed that the most distinguishable feature of this dSLR is its touch-sensitive LCD, which makes the model first one in the dSLR line of the company to support such a feature. It has been subjected that the series has landed up with a folding touch screen and 1080p video shooting.
Detailed features suggest that the touch screen LCD has a 1,040k-dot resolution, 3-inch, 270-degree-swiveling touch screen LCD with multitouch capabilities. The users will be able to tap on the screen to focus on the image and also to enlarge them, while viewing them.
Apart from this new feature, the dSLR supports a new 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, well packed with cool features, including full high-definition video.
Dubbed as Rebel T4i in the US, it may be billed as a camera for the masses. The series will be available from 15 June, priced at £700, or £800 with an 18-55mm lens. A kit with 18-135mm lens lands in July, costs £1,020.
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