Canon EOS Rebel SL2 For Creating Magical Moments

Posted on 05 September 2017 Tags: Digital Cameras

The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 has been just been released. It has been 4 years since the launch of its predecessor, the original EOS SL1. Keeping the duration of time between the SL1 and its successor in mind, you would expect the new product to have massive upgrades relative to the former model. However, despite enjoying the comfort of almost half a decade, Canon fails to provide significant novelty in their latest product.

Be that as it may, the Canon EOS SL2 still has a few tricks up its sleeve, which serve as key selling points when it comes to Canon’s smallest DSLR.

o Highly compact design with a first-class camera experience.
o Weighs only 453g.
o 24.2 Mega pixel CMOS imaging censor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF.
o Like the SL1 before it, the SL2 has a 9-point AF system.
o Full HD 1080p 60p movies with electronic image stabilization.
o There is also a user guided interface to provide help and support for new users.
o WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth Connectivity.
o Continuous shooting after 10 seconds. Self-timer from 2 to 10 shots.
o Better control over the camera from a more profound grip design.
o 3 inch fully articulating LCD touch screen

The Rebel SL2 is easily the smallest DSLR available, perfectly convenient and extremely portable. This one pound gadget is the best option for you if you happen to travel a lot. Despite its redundant affinity with the SL1, there are some vivid differences as well, which is why the SL2 is a very good gadget to have, especially if you have a problem handling large, massive DSLRs.

The developers at Canon made sure to give special significance to the design and handling. Available in 3 different finishes, namely white, silver and black, the Rebel SL2 has a deeper grip, which makes it much more convenient for on-the-go users. All in all, there may be subtle differences between the SL2 and its predecessor, they are just enough to label the SL2 as the “new” edition to Canon’s most popular franchise.

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