Perhaps you have lower standards or you just dont care,
Or perhaps you just don't know how to expose, process, and print a 7D RAW file.
Explain to me though, do you believe that in some cases with the right subject, under some circumstances, the output from any dslr might be indinstiguisable from another, or do you maintain that this is the case generally?
It's the case pretty much all of the time with the exception of underexposing walls, pushing +5 EV, and leaving default NR or turning NR off completely.
One thing I have to give to Ken Rockwell is his evaluation of the levels of photography, especially the lowest level. Tell me he doesn't describe to a T the DR trolls who keep coming here: http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/7.htm
do create a separate thread and post your thesis about how dslrs have the same output regardless brand or format, im sure it 'll be highly entertaining.
The differences in output are an order of magnitude less significant then the next least significant variable. Honestly I've put more time and thought into what paper I want to print on then whether I should shoot Canon or Nikon, because the paper choice matters more.
Yep sure you can and hyperboles wont help your case.
Obviously you can see a massive difference if you want to salvage shoots where flash or strobes didnt fire; basically those sony sensors are isoless, you could push an underexposed iso100 all the way to 3200 and there isnt much difference from a native 3200, plus the tonality will be actually greater.
Sure you can. You can also leave the lens cap on and get perfect images, or so a Nikon fan told me.
I was making fun of your hyperbole.
A) Claiming tonality would be better in an ISO 100 shot pushed 5 EV then in a native ISO 3200 shot only illustrates your ignorance about how tonality is encoded. Please review the technical literature on why we expose to the right.
B) I would actually agree that Sony sensors are better at +5 EV then Canon sensors. And if I regularly blew my exposures by -5 EV, or regularly shot with a broken flash, I might consider that a large advantage. Since this has happened...um...never...it doesn't really matter, does it?