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Whenever a fresh device from Canon might be due the net gets out of control with gossip regarding functions, cost, and technical features. The anticipated Canon EOS 650D is not an exception to this rule!
We\’ve searched the net seeking rumors about the latest Canon, although there is certain encouraging information, no one has a single thing strong. What has already been established is the model will be named the 650D for the majority of people located around the world and the T4i for anyone in america. Absolutely no wonder there.
So we\’ll get the EOS Digital Rebel T4i or EOS 650D. What about the latest features…? Here\’s the interesting portion. Things I got excited about ended up being the potential of autofocus during video recording mode. Isn\’t it high time? Do you expect to see personal camera buyers always being skilled enough using the manually operated focus to keep their shifting subjects sharp?
Alright. Auto-focus for video is going to be great (if we get it). Do you know the additional rumours? How about the new DIGIC-5 chip? This might be a good update and improvement for photo level of quality, notably with regard to reduced light or higher ISO shooting. This might be particularly so if Canon sticks with the Eighteen mega-pixel APS-C sensor just as located on the prior 600D.
It has also already been rumored a completely new 24 megapixel sensor will make it in the brand-new EOS 650D. Personally, I\’d as an alternative take greater lower light source photos over a little higher image resolution. But that\’s me personally.
Recently a French book about the EOS 650D was spotted on Amazon – and immediately taken down! Oops. The most interesting thing about this Amazon oops is that the book had a release date listed… drumroll… May 17th! Now that doesn\’t mean the new 650D will be released on the 17th – but I do think it means it will be released either on or before the 17th!
Along with NAB being held in Vegas, you have to wonder if the headline could possibly be made this week. Only time will tell.