That would be a stretch to be able to spot a new 7D Mark II on your Hi-Def TV but maybe if you are there, standing in the middle of a gaggle of pro photographers you could spot such an elusive camera. I think the arrival of the Sony alpha 6000, Fujifilm X-T1 and Panasonic GH4 have given Canon a serious pause. These are all very capable cameras being offered at a very reasonable price. The sluggish AF that used to be the achilles heal of mirrorless cameras is no longer a handicap. Repackaging the sensor from the 70D into a weather-sealed body and adding a few extra AF points and DIGIC 6 processor just won't cut it any more. Canon really needs a major technology breakthrough to re-establish their dominance in the advanced /serious amateur segment.