Canon would make way more money with the 4K EOS that a new, 35k camera. Just release what most people need.
Canon's video offerings have been TERRIBLE. They release the way overprice c-300, then the 5D3 was pretty much a disappointment for video. The C-300 is going to obsolete very quickly with Sony's 4K release.
I was really hoping for the 4K EOS at NAB. If it's not announced, I'm going to be forced to go down the Sony route, especially now that you can use ALL eos lenses on Sony with the electronic Metabones adaptor.
But yeah, I really wish Canon would just release what their consumers have wanted for a long time now. A good Video / DSLR hybrid.
Sony really listened to their customers, and they are about to sell a lot of cameras with their upcoming 4K camera. According to an article I read with some F-700 beta-testers, Sony initially sat down a number of established film and video people, and asked them what they wanted in a video camera and then delivered. I know Canon doesn't do that.
Canon has really fallen behind in the large sensor video market which they basically owned. Major marketing mistakes and greed have and will cost Canon major market share unless they get out the 4K EOS.
Sony has a LOT more money than Canon and it looks like they are aiming to take Canon out, which they can easily do since they actually LISTEN to their customers and are releasing state of the art tech, unlike Canon.