Obviously Canon was B.S.ing when they said they couldn't have both a pop up flash and wi-fi on the 6D.
Interesting that they include wi-fi but apparently not GPS.
A 20.2 MP sensor with at least one full stop improved ISO performance is great news to me. Of course, it depends on what the test results show, but if it holds up, I would be very pleased with an extra stop in a 7D.
Very pleased with the LP-E6 Battery. No new battery and charger for the 7DII.
This seems to confirm what I've expected for quite some time: 6D is to 70D as the 5DIII is to the 7D II. I'll expect the 7D will have better weathersealing, better autofocus, faster frame rate and dual card slots (one of each).
It will have AFMA – Canon decided it wasn't worth the grief not to include it, even though only a tiny fraction of users care.
I predict this will retail at introduction in the $1,200 to $1,400 range (right where the Nikon D7100 is). That leaves plenty of room for the 7DII at $1,600 to $2,100.
Glad they are putting touch-screen on this. It's the future. People might as well get used to it.