Originally Posted by Bill Grant
All good stuff. Thanks everyone for trying to talk me down. I definitely want it not need it. But here's a few thoughts. It would not necessarily make me money but it would save me time. I don't use 60p at all on my mkIII but if I needed it I would have it there. Also timelapses, which I don't do could be done on the mkIII. I don't think that for what a used 60D is getting these days it would be worth selling. I'm frustrated with the image on the mkIII sometimes because if you get into any mixed light, especially flourescents it just turns to mush. I'm sure the C100 would handle that better and at least allow me to fix it when I get in those spots. I don't do photos really, except on vacation and I would still have the mkIII for that as well as the 60D. The only thing I would miss on the 6D would be the wireless. That is super cool for a vacation camera. You can upload your pics of the beach from the beach. But not worth keeping if I get the C100...
Bill, did you ever pull the trigger on the C100? If so, how are you enjoying the camera?