QuoteIf you are going to make up sh*t, at least make it believable.
You know what i believe, i believe if you walk into ANY camera shop in the US you will consistently find the d800 out of stock, and more often than not a 5d3 in stock....I'm not making up the fact that I can buy and have a 5d3 in my hands within one day if I want one, if I want a d800, then I better say a prayer....I believe that both companies have similar manufacturing capabilities so I'm guessing that the supply side is similar.....and as I said earlier, only nikon and canon know the supply side, but the demand side seems to favor Nikon.....so - $3000 by year end for my guess.
Your logic is overwhelming. Did you consider the fact that there are more 5D Mark III's out there than D800's? Additionally, do you know Canon and Nikon production volume capabilities? You're making this conclusion because you see store shelves? Wow. Look at the overall market. Canon dominates Nikon in overall market. Maybe you are right, not in these particular two cameras, but your viewpoint is quite narrow and probably inaccurate.