In China I see the same on a different Level:
EOS 5D, 5DII or 5DIII but always with the 24-105 L and the Standard Canon Strap
No surprise there. The 24-105 L is the best walk-around lens you can carry with a full frame camera. Never been wild about the Canon straps though – not particularly comfortable. Although I do like the CPS strap that Opti-Tech makes for Canon.
Am I the only one who doesn't care what mode random people use? It's one thing to observe what camera someone has (and since manufacturers often put the model name on the strap, it's easy for those of us to don't follow the mass market offerings closely) from afar, but getting up close enough to observe mode-selection dials? That's weird. IJS.Canon Rumors is full of weird people.
I hate those Canon straps too, not only are they uncomfortable but they advertise your gear like you're some kind of touring sales rep. Not to mention they make you look even more like a tourist than you already are and just get in your way while doing portrait shots. Much prefer the BR style of strap if needed otherwise it's strapless.
Oh and there are rebels by the ton here in Japan during festivals. Though I do like it when I spot some not commonly seen stuff now and again. Couldn't care less what mode they use their gear in, that's their unfortunate business.