With so much hype going on about full-frame camera bodies like the Canon 5D Mark III and the Nikon D600, I wanted to plug my baby, the APS-C Canon 7D body, and its counterparts like the D7000. Yes, there is that smaller sensor. But provided you use an appropriate lens, that shouldn’t matter one bit to your composition.
Plus the 7D has a fast frame rate (faster than some full-frames), has a very rugged magnesium alloy construction, and has more features than most people will ever make use of. And let’s face it, APS-C bodies cost less.
The 7D is my workhorse, with a 60D as my backup (and yes I’ll plug the 60D one day soon, as I love it as well). Who isn’t tempted sometimes to get the latest and greatest? But in the end, it’s your skills as a photographer that matter more than your gear.