How am I wrong. Canon brand in general is stronger and people are already invested in them and are used to Canon cameras. That goes further than just specs. If everyone was informed about all the current cameras equally about the specs and features, they knew what they wanted to do with them, didn't have brand loyalty, and had some cash to spar for a new camera and lenses, the sales numbers would be vastly different. There is a reason why people go to other brands, they simply did their homework, have the money, and isn't afraid to switch. My personal preference is to stay with Canon a bit longer so this isnt about my priorities. Overall I can still do what I need to do with the very reliable Canon brand but I would love a lot of the Nikon/Sony/Panasonic features/quality on a Canon.In that context, explain the fact that Sony and Nikon have delivered APS-C and FF ILCs with better base ISO sensor metrics continuously since ~2009, yet Canon has dominated the ILC market that entire time, with their current ~49% global ILC market share exceeding that of Nikon and Sony combined. (Don't worry, I'm not expecting a response since the only appropriate one would be "I was wrong," and I doubt you'll admit that.)
In reality, you (along with some other forum members) need to come to grips with the fact that your personal priorities are not necessarily aligned with those of the broader market.