In an apparent attempt to circumvent rumor web sites and a gift to sites like the Adorama Learning Center Blog, which does not report rumors but is jealous of rumor sites' traffic, Nikon created a bit of pre-announcement buzz at the PMA@CES trade show by declaring that the Nikon D4S, a replacement for its 2-year-old flagship camera, the Nikon D4, is "in the works."
How far along in production this camera is, we don't know—nor was Nikon willing to give up any details about what will be change. New sensor? Expanded video? Built-in Wi-Fi? Release date? Pricing? They're not saying yet.
Above: Not the Nikon D4s.
That's all we've got. Until we get more details, we advise our professional photographer readers to continue to enjoy their Nikon D4 cameras, which are, of course, available at Adorama, and are outstanding professional imaging tools according to such top pro shooters as Joe McNally.