It’s thought that Nikon’s forthcoming flagship camera, the D6, will be announced in early 2020 with a list of prospective specifications now circulating.
According to rumors, prototypes are currently being tested, and the camera would be coming to market sooner if it weren’t for the addition of sensor stabilization. The successor to the widely-respected behemoth that is the D5 is thought to feature dual CFExpress card slots, which could be another move away from the double XQD cards that has been hinted at over the last year. Users will be pleased, as XQD cards will still work, and as well as giving better performance, the new CFExpress cards might be significantly cheaper given that Sony will no longer be taking a cut of sales, according to Nikon Rumors.
Dual processors and built-in Wi-Fi are the other significant additions, if the leaked specifications are to be believed. For the full list, check out Nikon Rumors.
Given that the D4 was announced on January 6, 2012 and the D5 announced on January 6, 2016, Nikon fans might want to put a note in the diaries for January 6, 2020.