6D basically is a FF digital rebel to me. Marekting crippled product with a reasonable sensor and Wifi.
Oh dear, that was a grave mistake. As soon as he reads this, mild-mannered CarlTN will head for the nearest phone booth or broom closet to turn himself into SuperCarl and take you down like General Zod.
...and rightfully so. While the sensor is only part of the camera, the 6D does offer the best sensor IQ Canon has today outside the ~$7K 1D X (and at ISO 100, the 6D has slightly more DR than the 1D X). I stated that the shutter is less robust, but I bet many 6D owners never will never exceed 100K shots, need faster Xsync or 1/8000 s for shooting fast primes wide open in daylight. Importantly, the 6D is substantially cheaper than the 5DII was, making that level of image quality much more affordable.
LOL at that pic...
In practice I have found the 6d to be a way more capable camera than the specs say and many reviews say. I use it side by side with a 5d3, and depending on what and where and I'm shooting it's rare that I absolutely need the 5d3 to get the shot the way i want it. Sometimes even, in challenging low light like at a reception, if i am not using a flash on cam the 6d has a better hit rate with focus using that center point than any point with the 5d3.
But, none of what I say in on the matter will make much difference - to those that are rational they've already heard me say exactly what I just said and many do have similar experiences with the 6d. For action, yeah, it's not the best option. But for most other things it's a great little body.
but in your eyes (AvTvM), both of these bodies are paper weights, because they have mirrors.
Lastly, I kind of feel like you may be one of those people that's never happy. I keep seeing you posting these demand lists, and the list keeps growing. Canon could produce a mirrorless 1dx right now priced at 5d3 prices and you'd still complain about it (ohhhh its too large, or, it where is the tilt screen...)