Frodge wrote in post #17460001
I agree. The T6S, if reviewed and tested well, will be on my want list.
I'm waiting for when they release a $1k or less APS-C (or even a stripped full frame, if that will ever happen, probably not) with the option to turn off the AA filter, with a swivel LCD and good low ISO performance. I was hoping the next gen T6's would have this option, as most offerings lately are going back to lack of AA filter (both Nikon & Canon, even though Pentax has done this for far longer). I was close to getting a Pentax K-5 IIs for this very reason (but didn't simply due to the lens confliction, and adapting to Pentax is not a viable option or I would have done it already), but I'm waiting to see if Canon can really drop a better APS-C sensor with better DR at ISO 100, with a bit more resolution than the K-5 IIs and good things like the swivel LCD, etc, and of course, the primary feature being lack of AA filter.