No, it puts me in a group that is "probably a minority" (your definition) unless you have numbers to show otherwise? Furthermore, there is nothing to say that this group of people are all buying Nikon/Sony. They might have, but they may not. What I argue is that those that do care about IQ/DR haven't bought a 5D3 because it offers them no benefit over the 5D2.
Sure, espouse what ever fallacy you like. I'm sure Canon has such numbers, and for years they've apparently chosen to do nothing to substantially improve low ISO DR. The sales numbers clearly show people buying Canon dSLRs more than any other brand, despite a lack of substantial improvement in low ISO DR.
You're still stating two sophisms: first, that low ISO
DR defines IQ - maybe it does for you, but it doesn't for everyone (there's that minority thing, again). Canon has more
DR at high ISO, a fact you choose to ignore. Second, you are arguing that 'people who care about IQ/DR' care about that only
, to the exclusion of all other aspects of camera performance. A specious argument, at best.
I didn't think even you could be that dilbert-y, but I admit I was wrong about that.