To be quite honest, for a camera that scores well past $6,000, it should have quite a few amazing tricks up its sleeves (or in its image sensor). After all, when I think of several thousand dollars for a camera, I even start to think about purchasing a certain Leica Q. So, it comes as no surprise that Canon spared no expense on its new flagship camera — although, no articulating display or WiFi is a bit of a miss.
A 20.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and dual Digic 6+ processors for capturing burst shots up to 14 fps, a maximum ISO of 409,600 (think filming in near-darkness) and high-resolution DCI 4K video recording at up to 60 fps. To focus on all of that, an improved 61-point AF system comes along for the pro photography fest, bringing CFast 2.0 support, built-in GPS, and a built-in headphone jack to top it all off.
Compatibility with existing Canon lens is a given, as well as the fact that you may never wield this camera, but might see something that was shot with it.