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The Canon EOS 650D is known as the Kiss X6i in Japan and the Rebel T4i in the Americas. It is an 18.0

megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera(DSLR), announced by Canon on 8 June 2012. It is the

successor to the EOS 600D/Kiss X5/Rebel T3i. Sales began on 15 June 2012. At introduction, recommended

retail prices for the body were US$849.99, £699.99 (including VAT), and €839.99 (including VAT).
The 650D is the first Canon DSLR that has continuous autofocus in video mode and live view, which

Canon calls "Hybrid AF". This feature, intended mainly for video recording, is implemented through a

new sensor technology in which certain pixels are dedicated to phase-detection AF (traditionally used

in DSLRs) and others to contrast-detection AF (used in camcorders). When the subject is in the center

of the frame, phase detection is used to identify the subject's current location, with contrast

detection then used to fine-tune the focus. Hybrid AF will be available with all lenses, but other

improvements to video autofocus, specifically in smoothness and quietness, will depend on the use of

Canon's new STM lenses, two of which were announced alongside the 650D. DPReview noted that the Hybrid

AF system was similar to the focusing system of the Nikon 1 mirrorless cameras.
The 650D is also the first DSLR from any manufacturer equipped with a touchscreen, although it is not

the first interchangeable-lens camera with this feature. Almost all shooting parameters and camera

functions can be controlled either via the touchscreen, or by buttons and the control dial.
The AF system used for stills shooting through the optical viewfinder is inherited from the EOS 60D.

All 9 points are cross-type, as opposed to only the central point in the 600D. The central point is

also dual cross-type (i.e., also sensitive to diagonal lines) at f/2.8. The EOS 650D is built with two

new shooting modes designed for inexperienced

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