Japanese camera, optics, and photographic equipment maker Nikon has announced last month at CES 2014 the development of a new flagship DSLR (D4s) that will replace the current D4 model.
Since then, lots of rumors and leaked photos have emerged on the web, but Nikon has yet to officially announce the D4s along with the full list of specs and availability date. Although it was rumored that Nikon D4s would be unveiled at CP+ 2014, it seems that the Nippon manufacturer has only displayed a reference model at its booth.
Also, today BHphoto and Adorama, the only US retailers that listed the Nikon D4s, have removed the listing completely from their websites. Moreover, I received an email from BHphoto that states Nikon D4s as discontinued.
For now, we only know that the camera has been spotted at the Winter Olympics in Sochi in the hands of a few elite photographers, but why it has been listed as discontinued remains a mystery. Stay tuned on Softpedia as we try to find out more on this matter.