CES 2014: Here’s a Photo of the New Nikon D4S Professional DSLR

Posted by on Tuesday January 7, 2014 | Uncategorized

We told you about the new Nikon D4S professional digital SLR yesterday and now here’s a rare photo of the camera, which is on display at Nikon’s booth at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Nikon announced yesterday it was developing the camera, which will replace the two-year-old D4 as the company’s flagship DSLR, but has not said when it will go on sale, what the price will be, or released any real specifications about the D4S. Read a few more tantalizing details about this forthcoming pro camera here.

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