$1200 would be fair, $1100 would be smart, and $1300+ would be dumb.
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I expect Canon will not be able to deliver a sensor+electronics matching the current Nikon D7100 sensor in terms of IQ. Not in resolution (20 vs. 24 MP) and probably even less so in DR across all ISO settings starting at base ISO nor in Hi-ISO Noise.
What I find interesting is that the ISO range is the same as the T5i.... there really isn't much of a difference in size of pixels between 18 and 20 Mpixels.... I would have expected that if they had gone to a newer process that the ISO range would have exceeded the T5i, so my bet is the same technology as before for the sensor with further improvements to "live view" like we have seen on the last few lower-end releases.
Canon also said that it was to be the 7D2 that was the "game changer". That's when I would expect to see any signifianly better technology emerge.
One more thing…
Did I put you down?
Is it just me, or is there honestly an inherent need to disrespect anyone who owns and enjoys a Canon 6D?
In what way is the D600 better? I say it is not.
So....while the value may not be there for you, it certainly is for me!
My only question here is not about the 70D itself, but about the (possible) 7Dii.
Not much room left between the 70D and the 6D/5Diii for the 7Dii ... unless the 7Dii would be something like a cropped 5Diii (around the same price as well though)
I disagree, because there is no other full frame camera which exceeds the 6D's overall performance and quality, for the money.
most complains are from people who have never touched it or pretend they have used it... but never have.
all 6D owners i know are very happy with it.
From NL ...