In the latest issue of Japanese magazine Impress, there’s a two-page section that predicts the new DSLRs that Canon and Nikon will be unleashing in this upcoming year. Alongside each model name, design illustration, and spec list is a percentage that indicates the likelihood of the rumor coming true.
On the Canon end, there will reportedly be four new models ranging from the serious amateur end to the high-end professional end. The Canon 7D Mark II may include a brand spankin’ new CMOS sensor that offers up to ISO 25600, and 10fps continuous shooting (85% chance). It’s younger sibling, the 70D, may feature the same guts and a 3-inch swiveling LCD screen (70% chance).
There’s also mention of a Canon EOS M2 (80%) and a Canon 1DSx (50%). The M2 may be the viewfinder-equipped successor that is rumored to have a late 2013 arrival date.
On the Nikon side of things, there may be a Nikon D7200 with a 39-point autofocus system and ISO that goes up to 25600 (90% chance). The D9000 may feature a new sensor, 10fps shooting, and a 51-point AF system (35%).
There’s also mention of a Nikon V3 (75%) and a Nikon D4x (30%).