Canon EOS 650D Price in Singapore & Specifications

Everyone wants to capture great photographs, but next to skill, the gear is also important. The Canon EOS650D is a high quality DSLR camera that is excellent for those looking to get into the hobby of photography. With a compact body and a great image sensor, the 650D is a great camera for everyone. Read more below!

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Everyone wants to capture great photographs, but next to skill, the gear is also important. The Canon EOS650D is a high quality DSLR camera that is excellent for those looking to get into the hobby of photography. With a compact body and a great image sensor, the 650D is a great camera for everyone. Read more below!

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Cheapest Canon EOS 650D Price in Singapore is S$ 565.69

The Canon EOS 650D is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Canon EOS 650D price in Singapore is S$ 565.69 from Shopee. Canon EOS 650D price details are updated July 2020.

Canon EOS 650D Price Guide

Price List by Country for Canon EOS 650D

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 3.399.900 S$ 328.00
Singapore SGD 565.69 S$ 566.00
Vietnam VND 14.500.000 S$ 869.00

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Canon EOS 650D Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 17.9MP
Screen Size 3"
Viewfinder Electronic
Tiltable No
Touchscreen Yes
Anti Smudge Coating Yes
Swivel No
Off Mode Yes
Hinged No
Anti Scratch No
Live View Yes
Sensor Size 22.3 x 14.9
Sensor Type CMOS
Video Resolution Full HD
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 12800
ISO Auto Yes
White Balance Yes
Wi-Fi No
Bluetooth No
Physical Design
Weight 575g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 133.1 x 99.8 x 78.8mm
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 5fps
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 9
Lens Mount EF-S
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s

Canon EOS 650D Singapore

The Entry-level DSLR

Photography is a great hobby; you get to take a lot of great photographs which you can then share with other people. Beginners in the hobby may take a shine to the great professional DSLR cameras, but their operation may seem a little daunting and overkill for most. Which is why the Canon EOS 650D entry-level DSLR camera is a great buy for those looking to learn and understand more about photography.

Canon understands that a lot of people starting out with an entry-level DSLR camera come from compact camera users and smartphone users; as well as people who are in need of instant access to recording capabilities, and the use of a digital view finder. To make it easier for beginners to adapt, the Canon EOS 650D comes equipped with all of these features out of the box.

Advanced Image Quality

The Canon EOS 650D comes with an excellent 18-megapixel resolution image sensor that captures excellent images. The 14-bit DIGIC 5 image processing accurately replicates colours and images of your subjects and landscapes. It doesn’t matter if you know how to capture a great shot, but the colours and clarity will definitely awe you.

If you like to print a lot of big pictures, the large 18-megapixel image sensor helps a lot. You can take really large pictures with the Canon EOS 650D that are packed full of details. Alternatively, you can crop the images to get the proper composition that you want.

Besides the incredible image sensor, the Canon EOS 650D comes with many features that make capturing photographs a breeze. To quickly facilitate the camera settings, the EOS 650D’s Vari-angle Clear View LCD II screen doubles as a touchscreen control panel for you to adjust settings, access the menu, and even tap to focus – just like you would on a smartphone!

The camera also has a Scene Intelligent Auto mode that automatically analyses each scene you attempt to capture and sets the best optimal settings for the scene. This allows hassle and worry-free capture for those moments where you just want to quickly get a shot.

Reviews of Canon EOS 650D
Reviewed on 2013-01-31
Above-average image quality, Good performance, Articulating touchscreen, Enhanced video features
Tends to blow out highlights, Flash must be raised for AF illuminator to function, Live View AF is a little sluggish, Best video operation requires more-expensive STM lens
Canon surprised and delighted digital photography enthusiasts when it released the first digital Rebel DSLR in 2003—the first DSLR with a sub-$1000 price tag. Since then, the entry-level Rebel line has evolved even while the pricing has remained about the...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-02
Just in front of the hot shoe are the new stereo microphones, imitating other competing designs. Canon didn't mention it, but often the stated goal for putting the mics here is to reduce noise from hand and lens movements. Canon removed the Movie position...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-31
In this comparative review, we take a look at three attractive intro- to mid-range APS-C DSLR cameras available as of October, 2012: the Canon Rebel T4i (EOS 650D), Nikon D5100, and Pentax K-30. This isn't an in-depth review of each camera, but rather a c...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-19
The Canon EOS Rebel T4i delivers extremely good photo and video quality plus improved performance in Live View shooting over the T3i -- as long as you buy the more expensive 18-135mm STM kit. Plus, the camera has a more streamlined shooting design than it...
The feature set remains rather blah, and its photos aren't as good as the T3i's at high ISO sensitivities
People who use Live View with autofocus for stills or video are the biggest winners with this generation of the top model in Canon's EOS Rebel series. The big updates to the T4i (aka the EOS 650D overseas) over its predecessor are the addition of a tou...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-11
The T4i reigns supreme over entry-level DSLRsWhat's Hot: Low noise through ISO 1600. What's Not: Buffer holds only 6 RAW shots. Who It's For: Shooters seeking Canon's most powerful entry-level DSLR to date.Nearly every year, we have a cover declaring the ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-04
Canon has a knack for making DSLRs that are craved by videographers, and the Rebel T4i looks to maintain this tradition. The camera, which retails for $1149 with an 18-135mm kit lens, offers a new continuous autofocus system and touchscreen LCD—two feat...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-30
Very good photo quality, with low noise levels through ISO 3200/6400 (low/normal light), Supersharp 3inch touchscreen LCD can flip to the side and rotate 270 degrees, Useful touchscreen functions include focus, shutter, and menus in record mode; pinchtozoom and swiping makes playback mode a pleasure, Live view AF performance is noticeably improved when using STM lenses, Tons of manual controls, i...
Photos a bit soft, at least with the 18 135 mm kit lens, Brownish color cast in a few situations (mixed/artificial lighting), Chromatic aberration correction should be on by default, Strong redeye, no removal tool in playback mode, Live view AF performance still very slow with nonSTM lenses; poor performance in low light regardless of the lens, Buffer fills quickly in burst mode (especially for R...
The EOS Rebel T4i (from $849) is Canon's latest entry-level digital SLR, and the replacement to last year's Rebel T3i. The biggest change on the new T4i is related to autofocus. When shooting with the viewfinder, there's a new 9-point, all cross-type ...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-21
Over the last few years, Canon's EOS Rebel series of entry level DSLRs has become a fertile market for those wishing to make the jump to DSLR while remaining budget conscious. For 2012, Canon has announced the T4i, described as their flagship entry lev...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-20
Video Review: We sent Matt Mira into a post-apocalyptic junkyard to put the new Canon EOS Rebel T4i Digital Camera's 18 megapixels and cinema quality video to the test....
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Reviewed on 2012-09-11
Excellent noise performance up to ISO3200 and above, Live view allows 5x and 10x magnification to aid manual focus, Excellent image quality, Excellent colour reproduction, Excellent touch screen, Solid body with good handling, Playback image star ratings,...
Slow live view focus (compared to Sony SLT or Mirrorless), Lens focusing motor loud and picked up by microphones, Noticeable barrel and pincushion distortion with 18-135mm lens, The lens aberration correction feature slows continuous shooting
The Canon EOS 650D is this years update to the and features a new touchscreen and Hybrid AF designed to give continuous AF during video recording. A number of other improvements have been included such as stereo microphones, quicker continuous shootin...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-10
The Canon EOS 650D (called the Canon EOS Rebel T4i in North America) is a new DSLR camera that boasts 18-megapixels, full 1080p high-definition videos with continuous auto-focusing, and a touch-screen interface. Other key features of the 650D / T4i in...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-04
More than two years ago, the Canon T2i set the standard for beginner DSLRs. The camera proved, for $1000, that you could get beautiful photos and slick HD video. It was incredibly popular, as was Canon's 2011 follow-up, the T3i.Canon's Rebel T2i is an inc...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-28
Fast to start and shoot. Sharp, articulated touch-screen LCD. Compact. Nearly silent video autofocus when used with STM lenses. 5fps shooting. Good image detail at high ISOs. Fast autofocus.
Tiny viewfinder. Very limited burst shooting in Raw mode. Video autofocus is choppy with non-STM lenses
The Canon EOS Rebel T4i ($849 list, body only) %displayPrice% at %seller% is the successor to the Rebel T3i%displayPrice% at %seller%, a camera that suffered from very slow autofocus in Live View mode. The T4i does a much better job, especially ...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-02
gives us his opinion on the new Canon EOS 650D Digital SLR: I have had the EOS 650D for a few weeks now and prior to purchasing the Canon EOS 650D, I had been using the . The main reason for the upgrade was down to the following reasons:The ability...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-01
3 inch LCD capacitive touch-screen, Hybrid CMOS AF sensor with continuous AF for movies, Quiet focusing STM kit lens option, Chromatic aberration correction, 5fps continuous shooting, Multi shot noise reduction mode.
Only 3-frame auto bracketing, Movie crop / digital zoom of T3i / 600D dropped, Live mode hybrid AF can be slow and unresponsive.
Canon Rebel T4i / EOS 650D review The Canon EOS Rebel T4i, or EOS 650D as it's known outside North America, is the company's latest upper entry level DSLR. Announced in June 2012, it replaces the massively popular Rebel T3i / 600D which has held the u...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-24
gives us his opinion on the new Canon EOS 650D Digital SLR: I have had the EOS 650D for a few weeks now and prior to purchasing the Canon EOS 650D, I had been using the . The main reason for the upgrade was down to the following reasons:The ability...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-16
Canon has just released their new Rebel T4i – their first (of hopefully many) adventures into the touchscreen dSLR world. This camera is a step up from the Canon Rebel T3i (also making it the third dSLR Canon has released with a flip-out LCD).We'll be tak...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-01
There was a lot of excitement recently as Canon launched its EOS 5D Mark III, which answered many ‘wants’ that arose from the previous Mark II model and, while not replacing the earlier camera, the newcomer still kept the excitement going.Similarly, I ...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-13
This video from Imaging Resource shows off some of the new features on the Rebel T4i . The smooth video autofocus you see at the end of the video comes courtesy of the new STM lenses. Right now, there are only 2 STM lenses available – the EF 40mm f/2.8 ST...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-13
At the re-launch of the New Oxford Street store in London, we had a hands-on look at the new Canon EOS 650D in the Canon section of the store. Unfortunately it was a pre-production sample so we were unable to put a memory card in it to have a look at ...
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