If you have the hash for a commit, you can use the
git show command to display the changes for that single commit. With this command you not only see the changes happened within the files but also see the new files that are added, changed and removed.
git show 402bda36a76f25377bha040d85d2b90a9724476b
The output is identical to each individual commit when using
git log -p.
commit 402bda36a76f25377bha040d85d2b90a9724476b Author: Bhavik (MM Ingress IT Solutions) <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed Aug 13 23:18:02 2019 +0530 updated image diff --git a/images/bed-2061232_1920.jpg b/images/1.jpg similarity index 100% rename from images/bed-2061232_1920.jpg rename to images/1.jpg
Commit hashes are generally unique enough for you to use the first few letters/numbers when looking up a hash rather than the full hash.
So, you can just use
git show 402bda instead to get the same result.