Since you specified “Canon,” I will stick to Canon. I think there aere two directions to go here and the 400D is NOT one of them. It’s a great camera, but in a price-doesn’t-matter comarison, it just doesn’t cut it. I say there are two ways to go, because it depends on how big a camera you want to work with. If the thought of swinging five pounds of camera and lens doesn’t bother you or if you will be using a tripod in a studio, look at the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II. (This might be upgraded soon, though, so either wait for the new model or close-out prices on this one.) This is the ultimate workhorse with amazing resloution. I won’t go on and on about it, but you can read the review.https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos… If you want a camera you can actually handle in the field – at half the weight and half the price – consider the Canon EOS 5D. It’s an amazing camera.https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos…
Be sure to note that these reviews are pages and pages long. Don’t just read page one and quit.
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