The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and CP+ may be the spot for newest electronics and photo gear, but this year was surprisingly empty for significant DSLR announcements.
Not to worry! Rumors and speculation of new Canon and Nikon DSLRs are already swirling about again—only this time they seem slightly more credible. In the Canon corner, the company’s Managing Director has confirmed that a EOS 70D is not too far away, without revealing much about its specifications.
You can read the full interview with Masaya Maeda here, in which he also discusses the future of Canon compacts in the mass market.
Nikon users are also buzzing about a possible replacement for the D7000. Several online photography forums predict the new camera (D8000) would feature a 24-megapixel sensor fit into a form factor similar to the D600, but with a smaller body.
Stay glued to DPG for these big and all camera announcements.
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