The new Canon EOS 600D features an 18 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor with 14-bit DIGIC IV processing. The ISO range of 100-6400 is extendable to 12800 for low light shooting, while the 63-zone iFCL metering is the same as that used in the EOS 7D. A 9-point AF system can track moving subjects, for capture at up to 3.7 frames per second.

The Canon EOS 600D (or Rebel T3i as its called in the USA) is capable of shooting full 1080p movies, while a dedicated movie button enables switching between stills and video instantly. A new Movie Digital Zoom function crops the sensor from 3x to 10x for high level zooming while still maintaining full HD quality, while Video Snapshot mode shoots video in 2, 4 or 8 second clips, which are saved to a Video Snapshot Album for easy editing later.

 Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i

A 3inch high resolution (1.04 million dot) vari-angle 3:2 ratio ClearView LCD screen enables users of the Canon EOS 600D to shoot from high or low angles with ease, or by flipping the side-mounted hinge outwards so the screen faces forwards, to photograph or video themselves . The screen has a smudge resistant coating and three anti-reflection coatings to make it easier to see in all conditions.

A new Scene Intelligent Auto mode analyses each scene, identifies the type of subject being photographed and then sets the appropriate subject mode, while the Auto Picture Style automatically selects the processing effect it considers most suitable. A Basic+ mode (first seen in the EOS 60D) enables you to choose from one of eight filter effects to change the atmosphere of a scene.

Canon has also added the Feature Guide developed for the new entry level EOS 1100, which describes the function and effect of each key setting to make it easier for the novice to understand what they do.

 Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i

A range of Creative Filters enables users to achieve a range of effects including Fisheye, Minature Effect, Toy Camera Effect, Grainy B&W and Soft Focus.

The Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i is compatible with the full range of over 60 lenses, and the built-in Integrated Speedlite Transmitter enables users to obtain wireless, off-camera flash with the Canon range of Speedlite flashguns. A new 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II kit lens replaces the previous version as one of the kit options.

 Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i

Pricing and Availablity

The Canon EOS 600D will be available from early April 2011 in one of three configurations, at the following suggested prices:

  • Canon EOS 600D body only: £679.00
  • Canon EOS 600D c/w 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II: £769.00
  • Canon EOS 600D c/w 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS: £949.00

Key Features

  • 18MP CMOS sensor
  • DIGIC IV processor
  • Feature Guide mode for beginners
  • Scene Intelligent Auto mode
  • 3 inch 10.4mp vari-angle LCD screen
  • 9-point AF
  • 63-zone iFCL metering
  • ISO 100-6400 (ext to 12,800)
  • 1080p full HD movies
  • 3.7fps burst shooting

• Built-in wireless flash control

Canon EOS 600D / Rebel T3i

Canon EOS 600D DSLR Specifications

Type 22.2 x 14.7mm CMOS
Effective Pixels Approx. 12.2M
Total Pixels Approx. 12.6M
Aspect Ratio 3:2
Low-Pass Filter Built-in/Fixed with fluorine coating
Sensor Cleaning Manual cleaning and Dust Delete Data acquisition
Colour Filter Type Primary Colour
Type DIGIC 4
Lens Mount EF/EF-S
Focal Length Equivalent to 1.6x the focal length of the lens
Type TTL-CT-SIR with a CMOS sensor
AF System/ Points 9 AF points (f/5.6 cross type at centre)
AF Working Range EV 0 – 18 (at 23°C & ISO100)
AF Modes AI Focus

One Shot

AI Servo
AF Point Selection Automatic selection, Manual selection
Selected AF Point Display Superimposed in viewfinder and indicated on LCD
Predictive AF [7] Yes, up to 10m
AF Lock Locked when shutter button is pressed half way in
One Shot AF mode.
AF Assist Beam Intermittent firing of built-in flash or emitted by
optional dedicated Speedlite
Manual Focus Selected on lens, default in Live View Mode
Metering Modes TTL full aperture metering with 63-zone SPC

(1) Evaluative metering (linked to all AF points)

(2) Partial metering at center (approx. 10% of viewfinder)

(3) Center weighted average metering
Metering Range EV 1-20 (at 23°C with 50mm f/1.4 lens ISO100)
AE Lock Auto: In 1-shot AF mode with evaluative metering
exposure is locked when focus is achieved.

Manual: By AE lock button in creative zone modes.
Exposure Compensation +/-5 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments (can be
combined with AEB).
AEB 3 shots +/- 2 EV, 1/2 or 1/3-stop increments
ISO Sensitivity [8] AUTO(100-6400), 100-6400 (in 1-stop increments)
Type Electronically-controlled focal-plane shutter, with
electronic first curtain
Speed 30-1/4000 sec (1/2 or 1/3 stop increments), Bulb
(Total shutter speed range. Available range varies by shooting mode)
Type Auto white balance with the imaging sensor
Settings AWB, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, White

Fluorescent light, Flash, Custom.

White balance compensation:

1. Blue/Amber +/-9

2. Magenta/ Green +/-9.
Custom White Balance Yes, 1 setting can be registered
WB Bracketing +/-3 levels in single level increments

3 bracketed images per shutter release.

Selectable Blue/Amber bias or Magenta/ Green bias.
Type Pentamirror
Coverage (Vertical/Horizontal) Approx. 95%
Magnification Approx. 0.80x [4]
Eyepoint Approx. 21mm (from eyepiece lens center)
Dioptre Correction -2.5 to +0.5 m-1 (dioptre)
Focusing Screen Fixed
Mirror Quick-return half mirror (Transmission: reflection
ratio of 40:60, no mirror cut-off with EF600mm f/4 or shorter)
Viewfinder Information AF information: AF points, focus confirmation

Exposure information: Shutter speed, aperture value, ISO speed (always
displayed), AE lock, exposure level/compensation, spot metering circle,
exposure warning, AEB

Flash information: Flash ready, high-speed sync,
FE lock, flash exposure compensation, red-eye reduction light

Image information: Highlight tone priority (D+), monochrome shooting,
maximum burst (1 digit display), White balance correction, SD card
Depth of Field Preview Yes, assigned to SET button with C.Fn-8-5
Eyepiece Shutter On strap
Type 6.8cm (2.7″) TFT, approx. 230k dots
Coverage Approx. 100%
Viewing Angle (horizontally/vertically) Approx 170°
Brightness Adjustment Adjustable to one of seven levels
Display Options (1) Quick Control Screen

(2) Camera settings
Built-in Flash GN (ISO 100, meters) 9.2
Built-in Flash Coverage up to 17mm focal length (35mm equivalent: 27mm)
Built-in Flash Recycle Time Approx. 2 seconds
Modes Auto, Manual Flash On/off
Red-Eye Reduction Yes – with red eye reduction lamp
X-sync 1/200sec
Flash Exposure Compensation +/- 2EV in 1/2 or 1/3 increments
Flash Exposure Bracketing Yes, with compatible External Flash
Flash Exposure Lock Yes
Second Curtain Synchronisation Yes
HotShoe/ PC Terminal Yes/ –
External Flash Compatibility E-TTL II with EX series Speedlites,

wireless multi-flash support
External Flash Control via camera menu screen
Modes Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Night
Portrait, No Flash, Creative Auto, Program AE , Shutter priority AE, Aperture
priority AE, Manual, A-DEP
Picture Styles Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful,
Monochrome, User Defined (x3)
Colour Space sRGB and Adobe RGB
Image Processing Highlight Tone Priority

Auto Lighting Optimizer (4 settings)

Long exposure noise reduction

High ISO speed noise reduction (4 settings)

Auto Correction of Lens Peripheral illumination

Basic+ (Shoot by ambience selection, Shoot
by lighting or scene type)
Drive Modes Single, Continuous, Self timer (2s, 10s, 10s +
continuous shots 2-10)
Continuous Shooting Max. JPEG Approx. 3fps for approx. 830 images [1]

Max. RAW Approx 2fps for up to approx. 5 images [2]
Type Electronic viewfinder with image sensor
Coverage Approx. 100% (horizontally and vertically)
Frame Rate 30 fps
Focusing Manual Focus (Magnify the image 5x or 10x at any
point on screen)

Autofocus: Quick mode, Live mode
Metering Real-time evaluative metering with image sensor

Active metering time can be changed
Display Options Grid overlay, Histogram
Still Image Type JPEG: Fine, Normal (Exif 2.30 compliant) / Design
rule for Camera File system (2.0),

RAW: RAW (14bit, Canon original RAW 2nd edition),

Digital Print Order Format [DPOF] Version 1.1 compliant
RAW+JPEG Simultaneous Recording Yes, RAW + Large JPEG
Image Size JPEG: (L) 4272×2848, (M) 3088×2056, (S1) 22256×1504,
(S2) 1920×1280, (S3) 720×480

RAW: 4272×2848
Movie Type MOV (Video: H.264, Sound: Linear PCM)
Movie Size 1280 x 720 (29.97, 25 fps)
Movie Length Max duration 17min, Max file size 4GB
Folders New folders can be manually created and selected
File Numbering (1) Consecutive numbering

(2) Auto reset

(3) Manual reset
Custom Functions 10 Custom Functions with 32 settings
Metadata Tag User copyright information (can be set in

Image rating (0-5 stars)
Intelligent Orientation Sensor Yes
Playback Zoom 1.5x – 10x enabled in 15steps
Display Formats (1) Single image with information (2 levels)

(2) Single image

(3) 4 image index

(4) 9 image index

(5) Jump Display
Slide Show Autoplay: All images, repeat
Histogram Brightness: Yes

RGB: Yes
Highlight Alert Yes (Shooting information display only)
Image Erase/Protection Erase: Single image, Checkmarked images, Unprotected

Protection: Erase protection of one image at a time
Menu Categories (1) Shooting menu (x4)

(2) Playback menu (x2)

(3) Setup menu (x3)

(4) My Menu
Menu Languages 25 Languages

English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian,
Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian,
Romanian, Ukrainian, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified Chinese, Traditional
Chinese, Korean and Japanese
Firmware Update Update possible by the user.
Computer Hi-Speed USB
Other Video output (PAL/ NTSC) (integrated with USB
terminal), HDMI mini output (HDMI-CEC compatible)
Canon Printers Canon SELPHY Printers, Bubble Jet Printers with the
direct print function and PIXMA Printers supporting PictBridge
PictBridge Yes
Type SD card, SDHC card or SDXC card
PC & Macintosh Windows XP inc SP3 / Vista inc SP1 and SP2 (excl.
Starter Edition) / 7 (excl. Starter Edition)

OS X v10.4-10.6
Browsing & Printing ZoomBrowser EX / ImageBrowser
Image Processing Digital Photo Professional
Other PhotoStitch, EOS Utility (inc. Remote Capture),
Picture Style Editor
Batteries 1 x Rechargeable Li-ion Battery LP-E10
Battery Life Approx. 700 (at 23°C, AE 50%, FE 50%) [5]

Approx. 650 (at 0°C, AE 50%, FE 50%)
Battery Indicator 4 levels
Power Saving Power turns off after 30sec or 1, 2, 4, 8 or 15mins.
Power Supply & Battery Chargers AC Adapter Kit ACK-E10, Battery charger LC-E10,
Body Materials Stainless Steel and polycarbonate resin with
conductive fibre
Operating Environment 0 – 40 °C, 85% or less humidity
Dimensions (WxHxD) 129.9 x 99.7 x 77.9 mm
Weight (body only) Approx. 495g (CIPA testing standard, including
battery and memory card)
Viewfinder Eyecup Ef, E-series Dioptric Adjustment Lens with
Rubber Frame Ef, Eyepiece Extender EP-EX15II, Angle Finder C
Case Semi-Hard Case EH19-L
Wireless File Transmitter Compatible with Eye-Fi cards
Lenses All EF and EF-S lenses
Flash Canon Speedlites (220EX, 270EX, 270EX II, 320EX,
420EX, 430EX, 430EX II, 550EX, 580EX, 580EX II, Macro-Ring-Lite, MR-14EX,
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2)
Battery Grip None
Remote Controller/ Switch Remote Switch RS-60E3
Other Hand Strap E2

Canon EOS 1100D and 600D Technologies Explained

Canon CMOS sensor
Exclusively designed and manufactured by Canon to work in combination with its own DIGIC processors, Canon’s CMOS technology integrates advanced noise reduction circuitry at each pixel site, delivering virtually noise-free images.

In comparison with CCD technology, the lower power consumption characteristics of Canon’s CMOS sensors also contribute to longer battery life.
conversion in Canon’s CMOS sensors is handled by individual amplifiers
at each pixel site. Unnecessary charge transfer operations are avoided,
vastly speeding up the process of getting the signal to the image processor. Noise is reduced, power consumption is limited and faster frame rate potential is increased.

Image data captured by the CMOS sensor is processed by Canon’s purpose-built DIGIC 4 image processors before being written to memory card. DIGIC technology uses advanced image processing algorithms to ensure precise, natural colours, tonal gradation, accurate white balance, and advanced noise reduction. Ultra-fast processing speeds result in highly responsive camera operation and ear-instant start-up times.

DIGIC chips work with a high speed image buffer, reading, processing, compressing and writing image data fast enough to keep the buffer clear during long continuous shooting bursts. In addition, because DIGIC 4 integrates all key processing functions, power consumption is kept to a minimum.
iFCL metering system with 63-zone Dual-layer Metering sensor The iFCL system uses focus, colour and luminance information to determine consistently exposed shots. All focus points provide distance
information to the metering system to determine the location of the subject and allow the algorithm to weight the exposure accordingly.

Both the EOS 600D and EOS 1100D models feature a metering sensor with 63 zones, compatible with all nine AF points. Typically, metering sensors are more sensitive to red subjects which can lead to overexposure. The EOS 600D and EOS 1100D counter this with the dual layer sensor, which has one layer sensitive to red and green light and one that is sensitive to blue and green light. The metering algorithm then compares the level of the two layers and adjusts the meter reading accordingly.

EOS Integrated Cleaning System
The new EOS 600D features the EOS Integrated Cleaning System, used to combat sensor dust in three important ways: Reduce, Repel and Remove.

– Reduce – Internal camera mechanisms are designed to minimise dust
generation. The redesigned body cap prevents dust generation through wear on the cap itself
– Repel – Anti-static technologies, including a magnesium fluoride coating, are applied to the low-pass filter covering
the front of the sensor so as not to attract dust
– Remove – A
Self-Cleaning Sensor Unit uses hi-frequency vibrations to shake dust from the infrared filter for a period of approximately one second after each start up. For instant shooting after power up, this feature is disabled immediately as the shutter release is depressed

The front surface of the EOS 1100D’s low-pass filter features a fluorine coating to minimize dust adhesion to the sensor. Both the EOS 600D and the EOS 1100D feature an internal Dust Delete Data system, which can map the position of visible dust on the sensor. This can then be deleted automatically after the shoot with the latest Digital Photo Professional software.

Vari-Angle Clear View LCD (EOS 600D only)

The EOS 600D features a 7.7cm (3.0″) 3:2 Vari-Angle Clear View LCD screen offering approximately 1.04 million dot resolution – allowing high-quality viewing of images, and focus checks, in playback. With a wide 160º angle of view, images on the Clear View LCD can be easily reviewed in a vast range of environments with reduced ghosting and reflections, thanks to three anti-reflection coatings and a smudge-resistant fluorine coating. Marks on the screen are prevented and colours on the monitor
appear natural and close to the sRGB colour space. The vari-angle screen has been designed to open sideways, enabling photographers to shoot from unusual angles, even while the EOS 600D is attached to a tripod or battery grip. The screen flips out 175° and can then rotate 90° forwards or 180° backwards, allowing the photographer to view the screen from low or high angles, and even from in front of the camera.

EOS Movie

EOS Movie allows users to record Full HD (1920x1080p)
movies on the EOS 600D and HD (1280x720p) movies on the EOS 1100D. The EOS 600D offers full manual control of exposure and frame rates of 30, 25 and 24 fps at full resolution, with 60 and 50 fps available at 720p resolution. The EOS 1100D has a choice of 30 and 25 fps frame rates.

When filming Full HD footage with the EOS 600D, Movie Digital Zoom can be used to magnify the centre of the sensor by 3-10x while maintaining Full HD quality.

EOS Scene Detection Technology (EOS 600D only)
EOS Scene Detection Technology automatically analyses faces, brightness, movement, contrast and distance in the scene, with information provided as feedback to the Scene Intelligent Auto mode.

Scene Intelligent Auto (EOS 600D only)
Scene Intelligent Auto takes the information gathered by the EOS Scene Detection System and determines the best settings to capture the scene. For example, when shooting portraits, the settings are adjusted to make the skin appear more natural.

Picture Styles
Picture Style presets can be likened to different film types – each one offering a different colour response. Within each selectable preset, photographers have control over sharpness, contrast, colour tone and saturation. The camera’s Standard Picture Style is designed to deliver immediately-usable JPEG images without need for additional processing. When shooting RAW images Picture Styles can be revised with Canon’s Digital Photo Professional software.

The presets available with both the EOS 600D and EOS 1100D are:

– Standard: For crisp, vivid images that don’t require post-processing.

– Portrait: Optimises colour tone and saturation and weakens sharpening to achieve attractive skin tones.

– Landscape: For punchier greens and blues with stronger sharpening to give a crisp edge to mountain, tree and building outlines.

– Neutral: Ideal for post-processing.

– Faithful: Adjusts colour to match the subject colour when shot under a colour temperature of 5200K.

– Monochrome: For black and white shooting with a range of filter effects (yellow, orange, red and green) and toning effects (sepia, blue, purple and green.

A new Picture Style has been added to the EOS 600D – Picture Style Auto. This new Picture Style makes fine adjustments, based on the EOS Scene Detection System’s analysis, to create a Picture Style for the particular image. Three User Defined Picture Styles can be used to store customised pre-sets created using the supplied Picture Style Editor, or any of the pre-sets available for download from Canon’s web site: file/index.htm

Basic+ is a creative imaging function that was first introduced in the EOS 60D, which makes it easier to create the desired image effects when shooting a scene. With Basic+, photographers have the option to apply a creative intent to their images whilst using the scene-based modes.

– Shoot by ambience: exposure compensation and white balance are adjusted according to preset styles to create ambience or tone in the image
– Shoot by lighting or scene type: a simplified form of white balance, which allows new digital photographers to change the white balance settings according to more understandable terms such as “Daylight”, “Shade”, “Cloudy”, “Sunset”, “Tungsten light” and “Fluorescent light”

Auto Lighting Optimizer (ALO)
Auto Lighting Optimiser analyses the image and selectively adjusts the brightness to achieve a more even result. For example, when a person is backlit, ALO detects the face and
increases its brightness to ensure a more pleasing image.

Lens peripheral illumination correction
The lens peripheral illumination correction function uses the power of the DIGIC 4 image processor to improve image quality by maintaining evenness of illumination from corner to corner, even when shooting wide open with a zoom lens. When shooting in RAW this correction can be further adjusted using Digital Photo Professional.

Highlight Tone Priority
With Highlight Tone Priority the dynamic range of the highlight tones is extended. The gradation between 18% greys (standard exposure) and the highlights are improved, reducing loss of detail in highlights. This enables a picture with a large proportion of highlights, such as a brightly-lit bride in her wedding gown, to show greater detail in the
white and grey areas of the photo, making the image more attractive and

Feature Guide
The Feature Guide acts as an on-board guide by displaying a simple description of each mode and the functions on the Quick Control Screen.

Creative Filters (EOS 600D only)
EOS 600D provides a range of creative effect filters which can be applied to RAW images and all
JPEG images. Since the filter can be applied after the shot is taken,
users can apply different filters to the same image and see the effects:

– Fish-eye effect: Creates a barrel-shaped distortion similar to a
fish-eye lens. The effect can be adjusted, and, depending on the level
of distortion, the image periphery may be cropped.

– Grainy B/W: Creates a grainy, black-and-white image. The effect can be emphasized by adjusting the contrast.

– Soft focus: Produces a soft result. This can be increased by adjusting the blur.

– Toy camera effect: Provides colour cast typical of toy cameras. The four corners are also darkened. The image looks soft with a subtle
grainy look. The colour cast can be changed to cool or warm colours.

– Miniature effect: Can be set by the user to make part of the image look sharp. The orientation (vertical or horizontal) of the area can be
changed by pressing the INFO button.

Video Snapshot (EOS 600D only)
The Video Snapshot feature enables
the user to capture short video clips of 2, 4 or 8 seconds in length.
These short snapshots are then stitched together into one file as a Video Snapshot Album, creating a dynamic, fast-paced movie sequence. Once video clip duration has been selected, every time the Movie shooting button is pressed a video clip of that length will be captured. For example, if a 4 second Video Snapshot is selected, the Video Snapshot Album will be created consisting of 4-second movie clips. This creates a much more engaging movie and encourages the user to think about the shots they take.

When playing a Movie, Video Snapshot Album or Slideshow, background music (BGM) can be applied, whether on
the camera’s screen, or on a larger HDTV using the camera’s HDMI connection. To do this, users must convert audio files to the supported .WAV format, before using EOS Utility software to upload the files to the camera’s SD card ready for selection during playback. A choice of five music tracks supplied with the camera can also be used.

Digital Photo Professional Software
Digital Photo Professional (DPP) software provides high speed, high quality processing of lossless RAW images. Processing with Digital Photo
Professional allows real-time display and immediate application of image adjustments, giving control over RAW image variables such as white balance, dynamic range, exposure compensation, noise reduction and colour tone – plus the ability to view Auto Focus points on an image and apply un-sharp mask sharpening. The Lens Aberration correction tool allows precise correction of different types of distortion caused by certain lenses. Newly added is a set of distortion corrections for use with the EF 8-15mm f/4L USM Fisheye. These corrections allow you to produce fisheye images for different uses.

– Emphasize Linearity: Converts the image to a ‘Central Projection’ style image. This creates a full frame image from a circular fisheye image.
– Emphasize Distance: This converts the image into an ‘Equidistant Projection’ image. This method preserves distance relationships between objects, but removes much of the distortion. It is particularly useful for creating star maps and solar path diagrams.
– Emphasize Periphery: This converts the image into a ‘Stereographic Projection’ image. This allows positional relationships on a spherical surface to be displayed correctly, such as an image of a globe.
– Emphasize Centre: This converts the image to an ‘Orthogonal Projection’ image, enlarging the centre of the image. This is useful for city planners to measure the luminance of an area by the sky to ensure adequate lighting.

Images can be recorded in camera with sRGB or Adobe RGB colour space. Images can also be rotated and trimmed allowing photographers to correct framing and horizons as part of the RAW processing. Digital Photo Professional also provides full support for the rating system within the EOS 600D and EOS 1100D allowing star ratings to be added or edited for easier sorting.

Digital Photo Professional supports sRGB, Adobe RGB, ColorMatch RGB, Apple RGB and Wide Gamut RGB colour spaces. ICC (International Colour Consortium) profiles can be attached to TIFF or JPEG images when converted from RAW. This allows faithful reproduction of colours in software applications that support ICC profiles, such as Adobe Photoshop. For improved efficiency, a set of image adjustments can be saved as a recipe and applied.

EOS Utility
The latest version of EOS Utility
provides essential support for Live View remote shooting (with the ability to overlay an image to assist with alignment of subsequent shots during product photography), camera configuration and image transfers. Tightly integrated with Digital Photo Professional, EOS Utility can be configured to monitor ‘hot’ folders, automatically renaming and moving incoming images to a structured file system. Images can also be tagged with EXIF data, including copyright information. Newly added is the ability to register background music, with users now able to add or remove .WAV format files from the playlist used by the camera.

Picture Style Editor
Picture Style Editor allows
photographers to create individual Picture Styles that meet their personal requirements. Each Picture Style contains detailed information on how specific colours should be represented within an image. Once new Picture Styles have been created, they can be uploaded directly into the camera and applied to JPEG or RAW images. When working with RAW files in DPP, both personal Picture Styles and predetermined Picture Styles can be adjusted.

ZoomBrowser EX (PC)/ImageBrowser (MAC)

ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser is designed to give photographers a quick and easy way of managing their images. Basic JPEG editing functionality enables users to adjust image brightness and colour balance, with an in-software connection to DPP for RAW image editing. Users can select, rename and resize multiple images at once, set star ratings and organise images by shooting date, making it simple to manage large image libraries. Photographers can also select, add comments and then print images via a range of simplified printing options, and direct uploads to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY enables image sharing via personal online photo albums. ZoomBrowser EX/ImageBrowser also offers support for video editing, including a new Video Snapshot Edit Task that makes it easy for users to manage, edit and share Video Snapshot Albums.

Video Snapshot Edit Task
This feature allows Video Snapshot Albums to be edited using a computer. Individual snapshots can be removed or reordered, and a background music track can also be added . The resulting file can be uploaded to YouTubeTM quickly and easily using a new YouTubeTM upload task.

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Canon EOS 600D DSLR Specifications
  3. 3. Canon EOS 1100D and 600D Technologies Explained
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  • kjl

    Fully agree with John Devoti, but Mulder seems to be complaining that Canon keep dropping their prices too quickly for the same functionality!

  • peter jamieson

    Hey New Zealand is having a price war and when i look at prices they keep dropping. That is because we were a rip off, I suspect parellel imports have eaten into the market here.

  • John Devoti

    Why “Ho” Why do we put up with Rip off Britain
    WHEN WE PAY A LOT MORE FOR THE SAME CANON Camera, than other countries do, if everyone was to boycott Canon and buy NIkon, Sony, etc they would soon reduce their price to the same as they sell it for in other countries. The photographic press who I support by buying their magazines should start a campaign by refusing to review or accept advertising from those companies that are not being fair to the British people.

  • Mulder

    another DSRL from Canons marketing departement rather than the engineering floor.

    how pointless. this is just a 550D with flip display and speedlite transmitter. all the other changes is just a firmware upgrade away from the 550D. i really start to wish I would have gone with Nikon.

    Oh, and the ridiculous prices seem to be a european thing, not just UK: around 700Euros from germany…

    back to the marketing. this thing is a kick in the face for everyone who bought the 60D because of the screen. same for those who bought the 7D for its video functions, a few months later canon introduced the 550D.

    I was going to wait for the new 5D, i bet 3 month after it they announce a different model with similar features for half the price.

  • python

    Canon 600D is very nice. The articulate screen is surely a good function to have. My current DSLR is a Nikon D5000 (with articulate screen), and here are my photo collections.

  • ML

    Welcome to the UK! Rip off Britain is just one of many reasons to not live here… 🙂 Saying that I think the 600D completely undermines the 60D and renders the latter a pointless purchase.

  • Real Istbear

    Nice one Canon, not so nice Canon UK: the equivalent T3i body sells stateside for $799 or roughly £499. Why do we continue to pay such high prices for the same gear?

  • Carl

    At this point I’m not sure what kind of benefit I would get buying a more expensive Canon 60D!