1/4000th top shutter speed, no joystick, awkward flash exposure comp in menu, lowsy flash sync (really, why not just put the original 5D shutter in?!), single SD card (the D600 has two!) this camera is a no-go for me. I would have bought two right away had these oddities not been there. Taking away from the 5D3? Canon, do you want me to buy 1 5D3 or 2 6D's? $3500 or $4200?
I'm completely fine with 11 points. I only use two anyways, as long as they're good.
I'll mirror what everyone else said: Canon is holding back too much and the market is far far too competitive. I hope Sony's new beast blows things out of the water.
Does it take film backs?! At least Hassy has a new camera that will shoot film if needed/chosen for a specific project.
Gotta sell more facial recognition logs of where and who people hang out with to .gov. And yes, Facebook does do this.
Another professional photographer going the teaching route.
They're still going to make film!!!
kenghor: This is a totally flawed reasoning from the photographer.Every business has its responsiblity to trim its operating cost. The volume of business it too low to support the overheads. And the way the the photographer allocates his entire operating cost is totally unfair.
It's obvious by your comments you're not a pro.
Am I missing something or is there no 60 fps video? That's going to cut this camera out of any videographer's book instantly.
Edit: Never mind. It does do 60P. If the D800 is close to this I might just end up switching from Canon.
Anybody find it funny that a bunch of photographers had to spend 30 grand to have Leica use their images for free advertising?