Shouldn't we add the lens cost?
Nikon bodies (d600 vs 6D, d800 vs 5d III) are somewhat cheaper (one can say that the 5d is better than the d800, but still 500$ more).
But aren't Canon lens cheaper? Is it possible that Nikon is selling cheaper cameras, and get the money back from lens?
I was looking at my collection:
and the price difference would be much more than the difference in cameras prices (when a comparable lens exists).
I'm not a Canon fanboy; in fact, I think I made this "research" because the d600 is the camera I wanted: light, and with all of the features I need. But the lens I would use would be more expensive, or would not exist.
Is everyone looking at the cameras, without understanding that we're buying "systems", not just "cameras"?