As an owner of a Canon 6D I was interested in seeing what the new 6D Mark II offered. So I looked at Tony Northrup's preliminary review: and my reaction was what the heck was Canon thinking when they spec'd this? His points were 1. Yes, there are 45 auto focus points - but they are all clustered in the center. Compare this to the 7D Mark II where almost the entire frame is covered. 2. No 4K! 40% of televisions sold this year will be 4K. 1080p will look like VHS (figuratively) in not that many years. All my other, less expensive cameras from Sony and Panasonic that I have had for years shoot 4K. This is for me is a deal killer. 3. No sensor stabilization, electronic stabilization only with video 4. Kit lenses are not the best 5. No OLED screen 6. No electronic viewfinder 7. Single SD card Pros: 1. fully articulated touchscreen 2. Dual Pixel autofocus There are other cameras in this category that do things a log better. For example: A used Sony a7RII has 42 (vs 26) mega pixels, 4K, eye detection, sensor stabilization, and costs only about 10% more used.