I am a little confused, why you need to change from Nikon to Canon, just because everyone else your working with has Canon, unless of course you can utilise their possibly superior lenses? No I am not a devoted Canon, nor a devoted Nikon user, I use both, they are after all just cameras. I do appreciate that with older cameras the one aspect of modern processor equipped cameras is their ability to be produce vastly superior clarity of image, in poor light. I use Canon 1D's for most of my work, but in low light the far cheaper 6D, is vastly superior, care of its more modern, full frame sensor. Using a 1D mk4 at 1600 asa, does not come close to my 6D operating at 6400asa. I am sure the 5 series, which also use full frame sensors, perform similarly. I guess like most writing here, I only really know or have a worthwhile opinion of what cameras I own and use, so the 7D's others write of, may do the job you need, I just don't know. Equally I am sure their are many Nikons which will fulfil the same requirements. I still use an old D200 with Ai fixed focal length lenses when I just want a lightweight small outfit on holiday, but no, I would not use it on any low light assignment, but in good light with very crisp fixed focal length lenses, its fine. I find the Canon v Nikon, PC v Apple arguments so boring, really it is the image that matters, not the camera it was taken on.emmwoodHi everyone! Need some advice please So, I'm looking for a second hand camera, but, I need to switch over to Canon as I have a new job freelancing for a events company, and they all shoot on Canons. The majority have 5D Mk2 or 7D. I can use their equipment for jobs with them, but I'm starting to get interest from others now too, for which I'll need my own equipment. I have had a Nikon D70 for about 6 years now, it copes fine outside for my equine stuff and also copes perfectly fine in the studio, BUT, it does not cope for indoor sports! To get an image at all that isn't ridiculously blurry, I'm having to whack it to it's max of 1600 ISO, 250 shutter speed and lowest aperture my lens will allow of 3.8. This results in super grain, dark, and not perfectly sharp. That's the absolute best available setting for indoor sports on it to see anything at all to work with. I need to get a Canon asap, but funds are currently in the minus figures and need to be able to get enough together to buy end of the month! So it needs to be something reasonably priced that I can pick up 2nd hand, that will do the job for the next few years until I can match up to what the others in the team have. Which Canons are budget friendly, and cope well at higher ISOs?