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Dual Pixel CMOS inside

The SL2  incorporates the same Dual Pixel CMOS with on-chip autofocus sensors that's in the T7i.

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Basically the same body

Canon has made some cosmetic changes to the body, moved the USB and HDMI ports to the grip side and added an articulated touchscreen LCD.

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Articulated LCD

  The LCD has an oddly big bezel on the left side.

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Articulated LCD

Wait. Wasn't that fat bezel on the other side? I hope it's just the angle of the photos.

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Grip side

The grip looks like it's lost some of the front indentation, but Canon says it's deeper.

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Not-grip-side

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Top

In addition to the new look for the buttons, switches and a recessed mode dial, there's a new dedicated connection button.

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Back

With the exception of the LCD, all the changes on the back just modernize the look a little.

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Body-only kit

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With popped flash

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Kit with 18-55mm lens

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Front

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