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Canon EOS 600D Price in Malaysia

Are your hands itching to take a hold of a decent DSLR but your wallet’s not really as itchy? Introducing the Canon EOS 600D DSLR camera. Check out the offers that are in store below or you could click here to read more about it.

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Cheapest at Shopee
RM 2,499.00

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Best price for Canon EOS 600D in Malaysia is RM 2,499.00

You can buy the Canon EOS 600D at the lowest price of RM 2,499.00 from Shopee. Alternatively, the Canon EOS 600D is also sold in Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of RM 1,325.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of RM 1,353.00 and Singapore at Qoo10 with the price of RM 2,348.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of RM 1,663.00 and Vietnam at Nhattao with the price of RM 1,014.00. Pricing details were last updated at 26 May 2018, 13:11.

Price List by Country for Canon EOS 600D

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 4.600.000 MYR 1,325.00
Malaysia MYR 2,499.00 MYR 2,499.00
Philippines PHP 17,856.00 MYR 1,353.00
Singapore SGD 790.00 MYR 2,348.00
Thailand THB 13,366 MYR 1,663.00
Vietnam VND 5.800.000 MYR 1,014.00

Specs of Canon EOS 600D

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 18MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 22.3 x 14.9mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3"
Viewfinder Single-Lens Reflex
Touchscreen
Tiltable
Swivel
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Live View
Hinged
Packaging Content
Camera Version Lens Kit
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 6400
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 3.7fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
USB
HDMI
Bluetooth
NFC
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Colour
Colour Black
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D) 133 x 100 x 80mm
Weight 570g
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 9
Manual Focus
Lens Mount EF
Launch
Release Year 2011

Canon EOS 600D Malaysia: The Triple Digit Camera You’ll Surely Want

As a big leap forward in terms of improvements and overall design and function, the Canon EOS 600D packs a super punch in likes of a new high-resolution, tilt-and-swivel LCD monitor that you could extend 180 degrees out from the body and swivels 270 degrees on its hinge. Furthermore, you can get enjoy all the new Creative Filter Effects that you can apply on the stills and videos in RAW or JPEG file post-capture. The effects include Soft Focus, Miniature, Toy Camera, Grainy Black and White, and Fisheye. Another prominent feature of the Canon EOS 600D is that it inherited the pop-up flash as a wireless commander unit from the 7D and 6D. The wireless commander unit acts to trigger off-camera flashguns. This feature is a fun and perfect for lighting enthusiasts and it’s a surprise to see such a feature in an entry-level camera model.

When capturing still pictures, the 600D is able to shoot on all the regular modes expected of a common SLR, which should include the creative quartet of Aperture-priority, Shutter-priority, Program, and Manual. You can also get Canon’s Automatic Depth-of-Field mode that features 5 individual scene modes for you to play around with. Gone are the days of the Full Auto mode and here comes in the Scene Intelligent Auto mode—which not entirely a new mode but it does analyze what it’s pointed at and then it’ll select the appropriate scene mode and color settings. There is also the Creative Auto mode which is pretty much the same with the Scene Intelligent Auto mode except for the fact that you can control how much background blur you want via an on-screen slider.

The 600D enables the capturing of very high quality photos—given that it is handled in the right hands. Furthermore, thanks to the 18-Megapixel APS-C sensor, you can take stills of high detail and definition with no problems. Adding to the fact that it’s an entry-level SLR, the 600D is ready to take pictures and videos for you as soon as you flick the on switch. The autofocus system uses a phase-detection method that enables super-fast focusing—this can only be done outside of Live View.

Should You Own It?

If you are an avid fan of Canon SLRs or if you’re looking into good entry-level SLRs that are budget-friendly and full capable of taking high-quality pictures, then a good advice would be for you to own the Canon EOS 600D because there is no such thing as taking too good of a picture.

Reviews of Canon EOS 600D

thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2011-07-18
Good image and video quality; handy 3in articulated screen; fast autofocus with viewfinder; can wirelessly control other flash units.
Live View mode is slow to start up; Autofocus is noisy in video mode.
The Canon 600D is a beginner-friendly camera with advanced features. WE caught an early glimpse of Canon's new DSLR, the EOS 600D, in February in Japan and were quite intrigued by it because it had both entry-level and semi-pro features. The 600D ha...
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hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2011-05-22
The Canon EOS 600D comes in nearly a year after the 550D's release, but it doesn't replace the 550D (more like the 500D). Instead, the 600D supplements it, sitting between the 550D and the more advanced 60D .The 600D isn't a revolutionary camera with brea...
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lifewire.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-18
If you are not yet tied into either system, the choice of cameras can seem bewildering.In this article, we will take a look at the two manufacturers' mid-range consumer DSLR cameras: the Canon T3i and the Nikon D5100. Which is the better buy? I'll take a...
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camerastuffreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-06
The Canon 600D is not as small and light as the Canon 1100D. What is also immediately noticeable is the lining of the camera body: this is less slippery than the lining of the Canon 1100D. And while I'm talking about external things: you put the memory ca...
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The-digital-picture.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-08
A full Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D review is planned. ...
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-08
At first glance, the Canon EOS 650D (aka Rebel T4i) may seem like a subtle upgrade to the Canon EOS 600D (), but looking more closely it has a number of interesting new features and technologies. The Canon EOS 650D is already available for pre-order fr...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2012-01-11
Rebels have always delivered good value wrapped up in a compact package and it’s why I personally own two—a Rebel XT and a Rebel XTi—both of them converted to infrared-only capture. The 18-megapixel EOS Rebel T3i is clearly an evolutionary model in th...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-09
Canon's triple-digit EOS cameras are usually aimed at those new to SLR photography, but as models acquire more functionality, they've ventured further into enthusiast territory. The Canon EOS 600D sits somewhere in between the two camps, with a small form...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2011-10-19
Quick, Good picture quality,
Extremely slow Live View mode, Not as fast as the T2i, images aren't as sharp,
Some digital camera upgrades outperform their predecessors by leaps and bounds. Some camera upgrades move forward by inches. The Canon Rebel T3i falls into the latter camp. This follow-up to the Editors' Choice Rebel T2i ($799.99, 4.5 stars) adds a fli...
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imaging-resource.com
Reviewed on 2011-10-07
Excellent and proven 18-megapixel sensor, Lots of detail, especially in RAW files, Very good high ISO performance, Very accurate colors, Full HD video capability at three frame rates with auto or manual exposure control, Video Digital Zoom, ranging fro......
Dynamic range is not up to par with the best APS-C sensors, No microfocus adjustment, Very warm auto white balance indoors, Sluggish startup and mode switching, Only center AF point is cross-type, while the Canon 60D has all nine cross-type (for those ......
The top of the Canon T3i, too, is pretty similar to the T2i, with changes on the Mode dial and a new Display button just left of the ISO button. The purpose for this seems to be to turn off the rear LCD display when you're approaching the optical viewfind...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-08
Great feel in the hand; impressive video capabilities; good manual.
Obtuse user interface
Canon’s latest Rebel T3i offers a robust feature set, a staggering 18MP APS-C sensor, good control over your photography, and an impressive array of movie modes. At just a little more than 18 ounces, the T3i feels very good in your hand. The body desi...
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letsgodigital.org
Reviewed on 2011-06-20
In February this year Canon introduced its newest entry-level DSLR camera, the Canon EOS 600D. The compact, lightweight SLR camera has everything on board for capturing beautiful photos as well as Full HD videos. The Canon EOS 600D captures cle...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-14
The articulating screen is the real gem here, as it can make taking photos and video at odd angles much, much easier. At the core...
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bobatkins.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-13
I had the chance to shoot with the Canon T3i for a couple of days and the following comments are based on my experience with the camera. In some ways it's an easy camera to review because the T2i, T3i, EOS 60D and EOS 7D all use essentially the sam...
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itp.net
Reviewed on 2011-06-12
The EOS 600D is the latest addition to Canon's affordable digital SLR range. It is the successor to the EOS 550D, and sits below the enthusiast-aimed 60D.Placed alongside the 550D there are very few differences in terms of design. The 600D is slightly ...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-09
The Canon Rebel T3i (aka 600D) is the lastest entry-level DSLR from Canon. As a step-up from the budget-oriented Rebel T3, the Rebel T3i offers a little more bang-for-your-buck while still retaining an entry-level price point.To see if this entry-leve...
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g4tv.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-11
Video Review: The Canon T3i DSLR features a compact size, the power of the DIGIC 4 image processor, 18 megapixels and a 3" LCD screening. Chris Hardwick and Candace Bailey review the $900 DSLR for its official Gadget Pr0n rating....
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-05
Review posted 5/5/2011While the Canon EOS Rebel T3 is for someone getting started with dSLRs, Canon's newly announced EOS Rebel T3i is rolling out as their flagship model in the Rebel series. Designed for the those seeking professional results with a...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-29
Beautiful and useful Vari Angle 3-inch LCD, Built-in Speedlite wireless transmitter with multi-flash support, Robust movie recording options including full HD, External mic jack, Clear, easy to use menu system and onscreen controls, Excellent image quality, even at ISO 1600, Versatile 18-135mm kit lens option provides all in one solution,...
Some physical controls (such as Display button) oddly placed, Lack of single button movie recording, Auto White Balance struggles in most indoor lighting conditions--a traditional Canon weakness
The Canon EOS Rebel T3i with 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS optional kit lens is a complete picture taking machine. The latest Rebel features an LCD that swings out and can be positioned at a variety of angles, full HD video recording, wireless flash control, a...
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dcresource.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-26
Very good photo quality (with a decent lens), Low noise through ISO 1600 in low light, ISO 3200 in normal light, Flipout, rotating LCD display with 1.04 million pixels and decent outdoor visibility, Fast startup, focus (with viewfinder), shottoshot speeds, Full manual controls, with support for RAW image format, Creative Auto mode lets beginners adjust depthoffield and Picture Style with ease, Au...
Images on the soft side, and kit lenses only make matters worse, Redeye a problem; no way to remove it in playback mode, Very slow contrast detect autofocus in live view, Unremarkable continuous shooting mode, No fulltime autofocus in movie mode, Below average battery life, Body gets scratched very easily...
The EOS Rebel T3i (from $799, body only) is Canon's "high-end" entry-level camera, which sits above the recently announced Rebel T3 and last year's Rebel T2i. It's a whole lot like the Rebel T2i, with the biggest difference being the new flip-out, rot...
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