In my opinion, if Canon does not launch an cheaper model around 2500-3000€ with 35+MP, they will loose a lot of photographers.
Are they 'losing a lot of photographers' to the D800 now?
Can you please post a link to the sales figures/reports/ranking that back up that claim?
Why? You post sales figures that they're not. That is the clear implication of your question.
Sorry, but my sentence ended in a question mark. Yours did not. Which one is a statement?
My point is that claims of 'outselling' or 'users switching in droves' are bogus - regardless of which way people claim the advantage - AFAIK, there are no data to support either claim. Thus the
I'll thank you to not put words in my mouth, though...
i did a quick telly up of all the professional advertising photographers i know (im friends with quite a few), and i would say half have changed to or about change to nikon.
i would too, but im not a fan of nikon lenses, and am waiting eagerly for a better sensored higher res camera than my very disappointing 5dmk3.
I just did a quick tally too, amongst the photogs I know 3 use Nikon, the rest, a bunch of 15 I guess use Canon. None have switched to nikon and the commercial/advertising photogs I know shoot mainly DMF. So yeah, so much for on the fly statistics.