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In Pics: Canon 600D

In Pics: Canon 600D

Compared to a semi-pro grade body, the 600D is relatively compact in size. (Pictured: Canon 40D on the left and Canon 600D on the right)

In Pics: Canon 600D

The compact size of the 600D reduces the area of the hand grip, making it less than idea for people with big hands. (Pictured: Canon 40D on the left, Canon 600D on the right)

In Pics: Canon 600D

The flash on the 600D rises a little higher than normal, to prevent a shadow due to shooting with long lenses. (Pictured: Canon 40D on the left, Canon 600D on the right)

In Pics: Canon 600D

The control interface on the back is totally different on the Canon 600D as compared to the higher grade bodies. (Pictured: Canon 40D on the left, Canon 600D on the right)

In Pics: Canon 600D

The Canon 600D is a rather light body, so coupled up with a lens of a heavy build, the lens-body combination is a little unbalanced.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The 600D features a built-in mono mic for video recording.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The textured rubber grip is really good at helping maintain a grip on the camera.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The Vari-angle swivel screen on the 600D makes shooting stills and videos quite easy.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The 600D borrows the dedicated video shooting button from 7D.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The 600D features the standard tripod mount, along with the battery door.

In Pics: Canon 600D

Despite the small form-factor, the buttons at the back do not feel cramped and are easy to access with the thumb.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The 600D stores all the stills and videos on a singular SD card.

In Pics: Canon 600D

The Canon 600D uses the same battery as the Canon 550D, LP-E8.

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