Summary Canon 600D

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With 18-55mm lens
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Specifications Key specs
Sensor size
Help APS-C 22.3x14.9mm
Screen resolution
Help 1,040k dots
Help 17.9 MP
Movie format
Help 1080p @ 30fps
Screen size
Help 3"
Light sensitivity
Help 6,400 ISO
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Also known as: Canon Kiss X5, Canon Rebel T3i

Canon EOS 600DCanon EOS 600D


Canon has replaced the EOS 600D with the 650D and Kiss X6i.

Canon EOS 650D
Canon EOS 650D announced May 2012
Touch screen Has a touch screen
Continuous shooting Shoots faster
Thickness Slightly thinner

Compare the new Canon 650D vs the 600D

Canon EOS Kiss X6i
Canon EOS Kiss X6i announced June 2012
Touch screen Has a touch screen
Continuous shooting Shoots faster
Thickness Slightly thinner

Compare the new Canon Kiss X6i vs the 600D


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The Canon 600D vs other recent entry-level DSLRs

Screen resolution High resolution screen Help
1,040k dots
Autofocus Phase detection autofocus Help
fast and accurate
Screen flips out Flip-out screen Help
Great for movies
External mic jack External mic jack Help
Record higher quality audio with a microphone


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The Canon 600D vs other recent entry-level DSLRs

Movie format Full HD Help
1080p @ 30fps
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
3.7 fps
Startup delay Poor startup delay Help
1500 ms startup delay
True resolution Lower true resolution Help
17.9 MP
Battery life Shorter battery life Help
440 shots
Shutter lag Poor shutter lag Help
283 ms shutter lag
Announced Old Help
February 2011
Size Quite large Help
Professional size (133×100×80 mm)
Built-in focus motor No focus motor Help
Won't autofocus with all lenses
Fastest shutter speed Slow shutter speed Help
1/4000 of a second
Screen size Below average sized screen Help
Viewfinder size Small viewfinder Help
Light sensitivity Poor maximum light sensitivity Help
6,400 ISO
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Weather sealed No weather sealing Help
Need to shelter it from weather
Focus points Fewer focus points Help
Viewfinder Uses battery, see less detail Help
Missing geo-tagging
Viewfinder coverage Below average viewfinder coverage Help
Thickness Thick Help




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Avatar for Mehadi Arash Mehadi Arash (11:19 AM, August 08, 2014)
Betr then D5100 ;)
Chuma (8:15 AM, April 16, 2014)
I just bought 600D with Tamron lens 18-200mm & I cannot get good focus on most of the photos I take. What am I not getting right?
Rubuy (6:32 PM, February 20, 2014)
Should I get 600d or 700d?
Dyzio (0:02 AM, September 30, 2013)
Enjoy it!
Avatar for Bhavana Sharma Bhavana Sharma (1:26 PM, September 28, 2013)
Canon Eos 600D Kit I Ef S18 55 Is Ii videos quality, image quality are awesome. From the entry of Canon digital cameras in the market, their quality has kept improving. This has been become possible just because of the frequent entries of affordable and improved digital cameras in market. The Canon cameras has easiness of affordability.
Avatar for Shahid G Shahid G (6:55 PM, August 21, 2013)
i'm a novice (in terms of using a dslr) but have been an ardent photography lover. have been looking for every minute details abt dslrs, their usages, terminologies, working etc for a long time. recently have reached at a point where i've filtered two, canon 600d & canon 1100d. i'll be using it for all kinds of photography, i.e. portrait, landscape, macro, sports, wildlife etc. given these two buying options, which one shld i go with? 1) Canon EOS 600D (with Kit I EF-S18-55mm IS II Lens), & 2) Canon EOS 1100D with Double Lens Kit (EF-S 18-55mm IS II + EF-S 55-250mm IS II))
Matt (4:02 PM, June 14, 2012)
The only real difference between the two cameras is that the 600D has a vari-angle LCD. It depends if you want to spend a little extra and get the vari-angle LCD. Personally I would get the 600D :)
Matt (3:53 PM, June 14, 2012)
You can get up to 60fps on the 600D 
doni uta (5:13 AM, May 17, 2012)
 600D :)
doni uta (5:12 AM, May 17, 2012)
good camera for entry level. 
tania (1:11 PM, March 23, 2012)
wich canon is better 550d or 600d ??
jason (3:59 PM, March 12, 2012)
The price seems to be outdated, and over the current price by 25%. ($650).
Hfigueira_1 (7:59 PM, January 02, 2012)
It's my second DSLR and I'm very happy with it! 
5 stars for it!! Recommended!! 
Sjeffery3 (9:05 AM, December 24, 2011)
I love my 600d Camera
Mecloud (5:43 AM, November 11, 2011)
what is your concern btw? if you looking for image quality, Nikon D5100 sensor have higher sensor rating compare to 600D according to DxOMark in the category of Landscape.
Persia (2:45 PM, September 02, 2011)
Am looking at upgrading my camera, I have a canon eos400 I bought when they first came out and its great... altho I'm finding it to be lacking when photographing wildlife as the critters tend to come out suring the evening... we are going on a trip around Oz next year and I plan on doing alot of photography.. mainly wildlife/scenery... I do love birds in flight too.. I've been looking at the nikon d510 and the canon eos600d... I'm not a prfessional.. just love wildlife etc... could you advise me on the best camera for my needs.. I am getting soooooo confused
Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (1:26 PM, August 24, 2011)
Hi Bob, the Canon 600D has no built in image stabilization.  You can of course by lenses for it that have image stabilization.  Other cameras like the
Rahik_9 (3:03 PM, August 08, 2011)
i few weeks ago i saw the compare between nikon 5100 and canon 600d the score was 5100 77 and 600d 76, today the rating went to 96-70 nikon... wth?
J Raza Pk (3:26 PM, August 07, 2011)
My First DSLR and i am very happy with that. Overall all performance is great.
Guest (4:00 PM, June 19, 2011)