right, i doubt immensely about that! if a new entry level FF comes out it will beat the sales of 5d mkii and so price drops
With the price going up I was talking of new gear. Concerning used gear: Look L lenses and the 5dc - their prices keep being high, because it's proven equipment and people simply don't sell them and/or keep them as backup, resulting in a low supply equaling rather high prices. We'll see eventually.
Do you think this entry level full frame SLR will be more like the 7D or 5D Mark II? I don't know if it's best to wait or not...
My guess: Neither, because they'll downgrade the build quality, and 5d2 and 7d are premium products. The general problem with an "entry-level" ff is that it really doesn't fit into Canon's price and body distinction lineup. Personally, I think we'll see a high-mp expensive ff first, and it'll be some time before Canon reacts to the d600, and only by evaluating its market success.
If they come up with a very good aps-c sensor on the 70d (and maybe 7d2), there might be no "entry-level" ff at all for the time being because the high-iso advantage would be minimal while aps-c has other advantages like ef-s compatibility, cheaper ultrawides and tele lenses (due to the 1.6x crop factor).