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Rebel SL1 Body Designation: AA vs BA

SharpShooter
Apprentice

Greetings!  I just received my first DSLR, a Rebel SL1, and very excited to get into advanced photography!

 

Well, I actually received two SL1s, and since I only need one I will be returning the other one.  I noticed on the two boxes that one had a different body model number.

 

One body is listed as 8575B003[AA] and the other is 8575B0003[BA].  What's the difference?  Now I'm wondering if one is "B" stock or if the "BA" represents a revision change to the body.

 

Anyone have any insight?

 

-SS

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ebiggs1
Legend

Just different production runs.

EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!

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ebiggs1
Legend

Just different production runs.

EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!

Thanks, ebiggs1!

 

Canon customer support had separately confirmed the same answer.  They also added that, e.g., [BA] did not mean that manufacturing batch was necessarily manufactured later than [AA] just because the letters were in sequence.

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