Contact Canon in your country and ask them to verify whether the 400 being sold was reported stolen to them.
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Nobody says that it would beat the heavy gear at equivalent frame but despite its shortcomings, it's 600 grams of pure fun! Whether of not I lug around my heavy stuff, I now never leave home without it.Better than a artarded digiscope but about as useful.
To those who have discussed low level formatting of CF cards, does it matter if you format the card as Fat32 or NTFS. I found out the hard way that Canon uses Fat 32 format, not the NTFS. When I formatted the card in NTFS format, the card could not be read by my 5D M3, while in Fat32 format it could be read. Of course after I formatted the card in the camera (regardless of initial format) everything was fine.
BTW - for the Mac guys/gals out there. How does Mac deal with Fat32. I thought they did not support it - for external drives to be readable by a Mac, they needed to be NTFS. Is that correct?