Just yesterday I read my monthly photographers magazine and there was a review on the all new Nikon D750. The spec-list matched 100% with the camera I'm waiting for Canon to release somewhere near (Nikon released 5 full-frames in the last year!).
The idea is clear, pick a Canon 70D, put a full-frame sensor in it, add a few extra focus points in it and you're done. Canon may brand it like the Canon 6D Mark II, but anyway I wan't to have it soon!
If I hadn't spent all the effort (and money) to get familiar with the Canon eco-system I would have switched already. I started in photography in 2006 with a 400D, Canon EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 II (which is still my only and main DSLR) but in the years I've invested into EF lenses and a flash (Canon EF 50 f/1.8 II (2006 and 2009 (first one broke when dropped), Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS II USM (2013), Canon EF 16-35 f/4.0L IS USM (2014), YN600EX-RT (2014)).
So, I think I followed the saying - invest in glass first - quite well, but now I would like to attach a nice body to it without buying an "old" and expensive 5D mark III nor in a non-dual pixel 6D.
Are there other "prosumers" feeling the same way?
Hmm, they way I see it you can either get an "old" and expensive 5D mark III nor in a non-dual pixel 6D
Seriously now, is the dual pixel feature on FF the most appealing to you? 6D is not the best for video anyway.
I would think that a better (say a 19-point) AF system would be a more useful feature...
If you are ready to take advantage of your glass get a 6D and start palying with it. You can always sell it later when 6DII is introduced...