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Canon EOS 600D Price in Singapore

Are your hands itching to take a hold of a decent DSLR but your wallet’s not really as itchy? Introducing the Canon EOS 600D DSLR camera. Check out the offers that are in store below or you could click here to read more about it.

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Cheapest at Qoo10
S$ 790.00

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Best price for Canon EOS 600D in Singapore is S$ 790.00

You can buy the Canon EOS 600D at the lowest price of S$ 790.00 from Qoo10. Alternatively, the Canon EOS 600D is also sold in Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of S$ 428.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 541.00 and Philippines at Kimstore with the price of S$ 556.00 and Thailand at AliExpress with the price of S$ 760.00 and Vietnam at Nhattao with the price of S$ 334.00. Pricing details were last updated at 18 April 2018, 18:12.

Canon EOS 600D Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 4.500.000 SGD 428.00
Malaysia MYR 1,603.90 SGD 541.00
Philippines PHP 22,100.00 SGD 556.00
Singapore SGD 790.00 SGD 790.00
Thailand THB 18,116 SGD 760.00
Vietnam VND 5.800.000 SGD 334.00

Canon EOS 600D Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 18MP
Sensor Size 22.3 x 14.9mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Screen Size 3"
Viewfinder Single-Lens Reflex
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Live View
Packaging Content
Camera Version Lens Kit
Video Resolution Full HD
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 6400
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 3.7fps
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Colour Black
Dimensions (W x H x D) 133 x 100 x 80mm
Weight 570g
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 9
Manual Focus
Lens Mount EF
Release Year 2011

Canon EOS 600D Singapore: The Triple Digit Camera You’ll Surely Want

As a big leap forward in terms of improvements and overall design and function, the Canon EOS 600D packs a super punch in likes of a new high-resolution, tilt-and-swivel LCD monitor that you could extend 180 degrees out from the body and swivels 270 degrees on its hinge. Furthermore, you can get enjoy all the new Creative Filter Effects that you can apply on the stills and videos in RAW or JPEG file post-capture. The effects include Soft Focus, Miniature, Toy Camera, Grainy Black and White, and Fisheye. Another prominent feature of the Canon EOS 600D is that it inherited the pop-up flash as a wireless commander unit from the 7D and 6D. The wireless commander unit acts to trigger off-camera flashguns. This feature is a fun and perfect for lighting enthusiasts and it’s a surprise to see such a feature in an entry-level camera model.

When capturing still pictures, the 600D is able to shoot on all the regular modes expected of a common SLR, which should include the creative quartet of Aperture-priority, Shutter-priority, Program, and Manual. You can also get Canon’s Automatic Depth-of-Field mode that features 5 individual scene modes for you to play around with. Gone are the days of the Full Auto mode and here comes in the Scene Intelligent Auto mode—which not entirely a new mode but it does analyze what it’s pointed at and then it’ll select the appropriate scene mode and color settings. There is also the Creative Auto mode which is pretty much the same with the Scene Intelligent Auto mode except for the fact that you can control how much background blur you want via an on-screen slider.

The 600D enables the capturing of very high quality photos—given that it is handled in the right hands. Furthermore, thanks to the 18-Megapixel APS-C sensor, you can take stills of high detail and definition with no problems. Adding to the fact that it’s an entry-level SLR, the 600D is ready to take pictures and videos for you as soon as you flick the on switch. The autofocus system uses a phase-detection method that enables super-fast focusing—this can only be done outside of Live View.

Should You Own It?

If you are an avid fan of Canon SLRs or if you’re looking into good entry-level SLRs that are budget-friendly and full capable of taking high-quality pictures, then a good advice would be for you to own the Canon EOS 600D because there is no such thing as taking too good of a picture.

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Quick, Good picture quality,Extremely slow Live View mode, Not as fast as the T2i, images aren't as sharp,
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