CES 2014 is taking place this week and we’re looking forward to learning about a bunch of new devices that will be debuting at the event. We expect manufacturers to unveil all sorts of cool technological innovations and if the rumors are to be believed, Nikon is expected to make an announcement at CES as well and could very well announce a successor to the Nikon D4 DSLR camera. This rumor comes courtesy of Digicame-info who reports that CES could be the platform that Nikon is taking advantage of to make their announcement. They are also reporting that alongside the D4 successor announcement could be two new lenses as well as a certain D3300.
We have heard rumors that Nikon could be planning a successor for its D4 camera and given that the camera is about 2 years old, we guess it does seem about right that Nikon would be looking to introduce a newer model with upgraded features. The specs of the camera are unknown at the moment, but hopefully we will learn more later this week. There is also a possibility that if Nikon does not make the announcement at CES 2014, they might make an announcement at CP+ which is taking place not too long after CES, but either way check back with us later this week to see if there is any official news to be had.
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