Well, in my opinion it is harsh to come at other members only because he owns and uses not one but two 1DX and a 5D3, but then on the other side he's got nothing to show but coverage of unknown sports events. With that gear it is not so special to do that and that provides no good base for a discussion about this camera detail crap whether to use the center point or one above, it probably makes absolutely no difference anyway.
It's equally, if not more harsh to flame someone for what he gets to shoot professionally (and get paid for it).
BTW, do you shoot sports?
However J.R., there's no sense in trying to deal with these people.
It is puzzling how my comments were taken as an attack on someone somehow or other. Secondly, then me, and my work, was attacked. All for really no reason. For stating an opinion (which was taken out of context). Apparently I am reduced to random sports boredom. To be clear though, obviously the photos are for public viewing. This can be changed, however, if they are too boring. Also, random sports boredom is a completely ignorant thing to say. Why? Tell that to the mother who had insufficient funds to come and watch her daughter swim and qualify to the NCAA meet. The mother lived in California while the meet was in Canton, OH. Because I was there photographing we were able to get her hundreds of photos.
So yes, boring may be, but there's more to photography than being technically interesting to someone I don't even know. These photos are for parents and players, and NOT to entertain YOU. If you'd like it if I took my link down I will and to avoid future personal attacks I can also take down my signature file.
J.R., again, I should stop typing because dealing with these people is futile. Thanks again though.
Back on topic, and as I stated earlier, I think the 6D is a great camera. It probably does perform better than the 5D2 at both ends of the ISO scale. Many friends have turned from Rebels to their first FF camera using the 6D. My point was that I don't like using two different camera systems as main and backup.