Anwesh Reddy: Hey, is there any ftp upload option in wifi settings ?
You can upload to a canon image sharing site ...this is the wifi manual for the Australian release model ... http://www.aph.gov.au/binaries/library/pubs/bn/sp/asylumfacts.pdf
Timmbits: It's not like the 5D-III 's production costs haven't gone down dramatically... it's that the big two would rather introduce watered-down/handicapped versions than lower the price on an existing model. It doesn't seem like there is any evolution whatsoever here. Same comments go for Nikon. I would much rather see the 5D-III drop in price, the D800 drop in price, and see better replacements to those, rather than come out with something full of compromises. And, friends, this isn't just for the top of the line - with these manufacturers, this is present throughout the entire product line.
How have production costs gone down dramatically?
i took delivery of a 6D a couple of days ago and am really impressed by the camera. i'm upgrading from a 50D and didn't consider switching to the Nikon as I have a reasonable number of quality EF lenses (i must be in Canon's target demographic). i think it's great that both companies are now making FF cameras available at lower prices and Canon's 6 D doesn't seem cheap in build or design. AF is snappy, particularly in low light and noise performance at high ISO (eg>1600) needs to be seen to be believed. another feature i really like is the 'silent shutter'. while not silent it is really quiet (as is the standard shutter sound compared to my old 50D) - there very well may be a greater shutter lag but i reckon it would not be an issue in most shooting situations i would find myself in as I can't detect it the difference now. i do alot of live performance pix so the AF, ISO noise and shutter sound are really appreciated.