Yeah another one of these threads....I've read until my eyes bled on the differences between the T5i, 70D and 6D but I wanted to get some opinions based on my specific needs. Here's the rundown:
I got my T5i a few months ago (lenses in my sig) and take it with me pretty much everywhere I go. It's been really great for me so far--you can see what I like to shoot on my flickr, linked in my sig (pardon the early photos, I know they're not awesome). However, I shoot a lot of candid indoor stuff, in situations where I don't have time or it's not appropriate to get lighting set up. I never have my ISO set higher than 1600 but even at that level the noise gets pretty bad on the T5i, which I'm noticing now that I have a (slightly) more discerning eye. Of course, lower ISOs get me blurry shots since I don't always have a tripod available either. So I'm wondering if it's time to upgrade.
I know the 6D is FF and obviously would have better low-light performance but I've seen mixed things on the 70D...from what I've read it's not that much of an improvement in the sensor over the T5i since it's still APS-C, but again, mixed reviews, so I wanted to get some feedback on whether the 6D or 70D would be more appropriate for me based specifically on what I shoot. The 6D is at the top of my budget. I've ruled out the 7D mark II since its strengths seem to lie in sports/wildlife photography and if I'm going to spend that much I'm going FF.
Additional info: My goal for this year is to be able to at least develop a bit of side income on shooting portraits, families, engagements, etc. I want to get some weddings in the mix down the line. I also enjoy nature and street photography but they won't be my main focus.
Any advice for this noob is greatly appreciated!