Canon EOS Rebel SL2

Used from 2018 to 2019

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I so enjoyed the little SL1 that I bought the Canon EOS Rebel SL2 when it came out in 2018. It was a fun snappy little camera. Very small, light, and easy to carry, especially when married with the EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM pancake lens. Once I moved to a mirrorless Canon EOS M50,  I didn't use it much. I took about 634 keepers with this little camera. All in all, this was a really fun camera and I highly recommend.

CAMERA REVIEW:  Like the SL1, this little camera was entirely plastic, which made for a very light camera. Just like Canon's larger bodied cameras, the SL2 still felt comfortable to hold and operate. It came with a handy flippy touch screen, which I liked. Because I usually shoot in manual, I found the layout of the buttons and controls  a bit awkward and I often could not quickly change my shutter speed, ISO, or aperture. Although the SL1 was not stellar in poor lighting, the it nonetheless held its on in good lighting with better lenses. Like all Canon cameras, the menu was simple and easy to use.

CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS:  Click the link for the specifications. Click HERE.  In the photos below, I included the first and last photos I took with this camera. As with all interchangeable lens cameras, both the camera and lens matters. For each picture, you can click on the details to see what lenses were used. I had this camera for less than a year.

Canon EOS Rebel SL2

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