If you can't get a great photo from a 6D, then you need a different hobby/profession. If you're looking for more features, then don't choose the cheapest entry level model.Won't hold my breath.
The 6D was supposed to be their FF dSLR but was disappointing in many ways.
The 6D Mk2 was supposed to be better but it was a hobbled by its single card, so so number of pixels and lack of 4K video, and its auto focus cluster was basically dropped in from one of their APSC cameras.
No evf says just use phone to me. I want a camera. I would tend to think it will have an evf but not much more than 2m dots. You get what you pay for although many here think they are owed more.
F those dynamic range arguments. WAY OVER BLOWN for real world scenarios. you'll almost never need that. It's nice to have but too many cry about it just cause youtubers cry about it.
I guess you are saying that because of DPAF but the DSLRs does not use DPAF when shooting stills with OVF. They had they dedicated focussing mechanism which was not the same across the entire line up. May be Canon will change that following the competition but knowing Canon' history of limiting features to separate the line up I highly doubt they will offer the same AF for stills across the board. I am not saying they should offer the same AF on a camera under $1k and the $6.5k camera they can and they most likely will limit it.I think Canon will rollout DPAF 2 on all future R models now, history shows once they update their AF system all future models come with the same AF, even entry models, for example the entry M200 in the EOS M range and even the 250D in the aging DSLR range all came with Canons latest AF system. So, I think we can expect better AF in all future Canon changeable lens cameras from now on.
Same sensor as RP or R (26 / 30mpx) because that should now be cheap enough.
DIgic X (or the Digic 9 from the M7?) capable of running animal eye AF with the older sensor.
FPS no different to the R/RP depending on which sensor used.
4K full width
Flash hotshoe compatible with the EFV-DC1/EVF-DC2 viewfinders.
Single UHS-II card slot
A new RF 24-80 f/4-5.6 kit lens