I'm not big on the Wi-Fi aspect, myself. And thanks again for posting that insulting cartoon that you claim depicts me. I would like to post the cartoon I have for you, but I would get banned, where you're likely being paid every time you take a cheap shot at me...if not in money, then in "atta-boys"...
As for the shutter lag being far longer for the 6D than the 5D3, how about posting a link that shows evidence of that? I've not seen it. I very highly doubt it's much different. Even the 1DX has close to or the same shutter lag as the 5D3, from what I have seen.
"Canon rates shutter lag as around 60 milliseconds (we measured 59), which is near-identical to that of the EOS 5D Mark III."
At least you are starting to admit to the 6D's positive attributes...but that's only so you can pretend that you aren't biased. Nobody believes it...I'm surprised you didn't mention that the 6D is technically "not full frame", since the sensor is .2 mm smaller in height and width. Apparently nobody cares about this anymore, but they sure pretended to when the 6D was first introduced.
Thanks for the correction, I was wrong on the shutter lag (a quick look at a top Google hit, Snapsort, from my phone, which lists the shutter lag as 290 ms
, but I didn't verify, my fault). FYI, the defult 1D X shutter lag is 55 ms, but enabling a C.Fn drops it to 36 ms if you're shooting no narrower than ~3 stops from wide open - the disadvantage to that mode is if you stop down more, you get a lag that varies with how far you stop down).
I didn't know the 6D has a dwarf FF sensor, wow, now I have something else to hold against it.
Obviously, the 0.2mm doesn't matter in practice, anyway…and it may be that when you factor in the masked pixels at the edges of the sensors, there's no actual difference in the active imaging area (i.e. the 6D might have a physically smaller sensor but also a narrower region of masking).
I'm realisitic, not biased. "Starting to admit"? The reality is that the 6D is a capable camera, as I've stated many times...but it's also at the bottom of Canon's full frame range. The 5DIII is better, the 5DII is better in some ways and worse in others (although that's partly irrelevant since it's no longer current), and the 1D X is better still. If you want to believe that I'm biased against the 6D, then I would hope you'd realize that you're far more biased than me, albeit in the opposite direction.
Actually Carl, I thought more of it as an olive branch.
In my experince, when you extend an olive branch to someone with a huge chip on their shoulder, they tend to think you plan to hit them over the head with the branch and they often respond aggressively.