Canon EOS 400D / 350D Comparison

Discussion in 'Canon' started by David Springthorpe, Sep 8, 2006.

  1. Any online specification comparison please ?
     
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    Kelpie Guest

    Hi David. I just read a comprehensive comparison on both cameras and from
    what I can tell, the 400D is newer.

    HTH
     
    Kelpie, Sep 8, 2006
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  7. Please note that I have kill-filed you globally from aus.tv.
     
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    Oz Guest

    if he's killfiled, why are your answering him ??
    just a question
    Oz
     
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    Oz Guest

    lost for words :)
    Oz
     
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  11. Just an answer then - his message had already been downloaded here
    before the mercy killing took placed from there.....(hope that
    helps).....
     
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    Oz Guest

    cool :)
    that did help, thanks
    Oz
     
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    Kelpie Guest

    ere

    Please... No....................!
    OH MY GOD!
    Not even ant has kill-filled me! My god you must be a thin skinned frock
    wearing girlyman!

    Here ya go u big sook. http://www.dpreview.com/articles/canoneos400d/

    IMHO, I wouldn't buy the 400 (if you already have the 350)
    The dust removal thingy would be nice but not enough to justify the upgrade.
    If you want a higher spec camera, wait for the 40D.

    Can someone please reply to this so David Springthorpe sees it.
     
    Kelpie, Sep 9, 2006
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    Mr.T Guest

    Or the 450D :)

    The 400D does make the 30D look overpriced now though, doesn't it!
    I think they'll need to get the 40D out sooner than their normal life cycles
    would indicate.

    MrT.
     
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    Kelpie Guest

    Why wouldn't the 30D upgrade be called the 40D?
    The consensus is that the 30D was never much of an upgrade to the 20D, just
    a makeover which is why the replacement will be sooner than the typically 18
    month cycle.
     
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    So much killing in Australia this week
     
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    Mr.T Guest

    ?????????????????
    It probably will, which is why I used that designation myself.
    The upgrade for the 400D however will possibly be called the 450D.
    But probably many 350D owners will wait for the 500D before upgrading the
    body. Much better to upgrade the lenses and flash first IMO!

    Exactly my point, and it will need to be much less IMO.

    MrT.
     
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    Kelpie Guest

    Oh sorry, bit vague today.

    Yeah I was going to post what you said about upgrading glass. The only
    reason I replaced my 10D with the 20 was because it was stolen and I got a
    new one through insurance. My next upgrade will be the 5Ds replacement or if
    Canon comes up with a 1.3x
     
    Kelpie, Sep 9, 2006
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    Mr.T Guest

    'sOK, happens to us all.
    A pretty valid reason.
    Why 1.3x? My next will probably be a 5D replacement. I can't see much point
    of anything in between though.
    I'm betting they stick with just full frame 35mm or the current 1.5-1.6
    size.

    MrT.
     
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