I have a Canon 400D I am quite happy with it, the maximum ISO and resolution though leave something to be desired when I use more up-to-date cameras. I recently bought a Sony nex-5 to have a portable back-up. It is portable, but not really pocketable. It has an incredible burst rate, though it lacks good lenses and I really prefer canon's raw format, because of canon's excellent raw editing software.
I have two good lenses; the Sigma 50mm 1.4 and the Canon 28mm 1.8. I can use these manually on the Sony nex with an adapter I have.
I am thinking about selling one of them and getting a Canon 550D or 600D. I know both these cameras have pretty slow burst rates. Oh well, both my 400D and Nex are very fast. So which should I sell?
If I sell the Sony, I'll be able to use both my lenses in auto-focus and keep a continuous Canon RAW workflow.
If I sell the 400D I'll have two modern High ISO cameras to work with but my Sony will have to be focused manually.
Thank you guys!