Unfortunately domestic violence happens every day all other the world.
I voted for the Canon 5D MKIII, but the Nikon D800 is also a good camera.
I checked Steve McCurry's blog and his awesome pictures. I do have the original magazine (NG mag) of the Afghan girl a few decades ago, and I believe he went back over there a few years ago to try to locate this person and he found her again. This picture made the round over the world and is really famous, and it is this picture that gave me this intellectual curiosity for photography. That said, his work is simply remarkable, and each picture is magnificent and breathetaking.
For the picture, called "Le baiser de l'hotel de ville" by Doisneau, it was staged of course, but the picture became too famous before they found out this treason. There are many "historical" and "unforgettable" pictures that have been staged, before we find out it was all fake.
More clutter in the apartment, yay!I'm still trying to save money to own the new MKIII (donations are welcome).
I could be one of these potential buyers to switch from a cropped sensor to FF, but I invested so much money on prime lenses that I can't afford to switch to another brand. So the choice for me is pretty much simple right now (MK3 or D6? or D7?). I guess i will wait a few more months anyway, it's not like i need one right now, my good ole T2i is doing great things with so many focus points.
Canon has a marketing strategy completely different from Nikon, they focus too much on the market segmentation and it seems to me like we are turning our back from technical innovations compared to Nikon (or is it just me?). I guess we will see in a few months on the market which camera demand sold the most.