"Check it Out, and you will buy one"5.0 starson by wendyandbarry
Pros: 9 point focus, larger display, 10 Mpix, 2 way dust cleaning, etc.
Cons: Digit II not Digit III
Summary: Just what type of review is on the video???
I own the camera and have even used it a couple of times, something the reviewer seems to not have done.
Let me start at her most silly comment, "the lens is to heavy for the body of the camera" I guess you didn't know this is a DSLR camera, where you can change the lens, or that some people use a 70 to 200 zoom lens which just might be a little more heaver the stock lens.
I could go on about her review( which most of it is wrong), but I don't have that much time or space.
Let me say this about the camera,( first I will tell you I owned a film rebel and a EOS 350) it is worth the extra $100 to $150 more then the EOS 350, just the change to the 9 point focus system and the use of the cross keys to set the AF point may be worth it, but adding the new larger LCD monitor/Camera setting display sure help us older people who have to wear reading glasses on the old EOS 350 to see the settings and not on the new EOS 400. Yes the 10 mega pixel is nice and the two way dust system is great to have.
The only thing I think canon did wrong on this camera is using the DigitII not the DigitIII software, but I guess if they had, the EOS 400 would have been in direct competition with their $3000 camera's.
All I can say is try it for yourself like I did, I bought mine at Costco thinking I will be bringing it back in a week, but after using it for 3 weeks I would not even think about returning the Camera.