If new entry FF has all the capabilities of 5d2 + 5d3 sensor + AF somewhere between 5d2 and 5d3, then I'd like to see this an entry level FF at 2000$. I'm just afraid it would cost 2500$ and less features than 5d2 has. If there is only a better sensor, then I'm asking who this camera would be for?ME!
I'd LOVE a better sensor, CHEAP FF that gives me great IQ at low ISO and not a lot of features I don't need.
I don't even need the weather sealing, all I really want from it is low noise and lots of dynamic range and body sturdy enough to sit on a tripod with a heavy lens on it.
I've made excellent images with my 5D2 as long as the scene didn't have a lot of dark areas that needed to be pushed up. I'd really like to have a FF Canon that no longer gives me that "through a screen-door" look for the deep shadow areas. Even 60D build quality (but with tactile buttons please!) would be perfectly fine. And an articulating display would be a real bonus.
If Canon provides this I'd consider selling one of my D800s because I'd love to keep using some of the great EF glass I have and adding some wide T&S ones too.
When doing "slow" photography my favorite camera is the simplest one that can do the job. I actually really like my 40D or old Rebels like the XSi. They have all the features I NEED to make the shot without any interface clutter.
I'm really enjoying the IQ of my new Nikons, they blow away my Canons for landscapery, but I miss the simplicity of Canon's user interface.
A $2k FF with a better sensor than the 5D3 or 1Dx, with even fewer features than a Rebel... I'll take TWO please.