It’s been a long time coming, but we’re finally getting word in of the release of the Canon EOS 650D. Though expected to have hit this Spring (based on the back of Canon’s yearly product cycle) it now looks like we can expect to see the mid-level DSLR touch down in June.
And with that news also comes some leaked specs! The successor to the Canon EOS 600D (pictured above) that was released last year, expect to find an 18-megapixel CMOS in the 650D, as well as a 9-point AF system, with continuous auto focus in live and and video recording modes. All these features were included with the 600D, so we’re expecting to see improved variants on the systems.
An all-new touchscreen LCD however looks to be the key differentiator based on the leaked specs.
We’ll have a full run-down on the camera once it’s officially revealed this summer.