I think this rumor is CR2 because it's pretty easy to assume 4 DSLRs from Canon this year.
- "affordable" FF is the next big untapped market, so a FF below the 5DIII is a given, I expect the same sensor as the 5DIII wrapped in a cheaper package probably in a rebel-like form factor. The Nikon D600 is pretty much a sure thing and Canon won't be late to this party. I expect the Canon and Nikon entry level FF bodies will be announced within a few days of each other at the most. I'm guessing $2200 - $2500
- I think everyone knows Canon will put out a high MP monster due to the popularity of the D800, but I think they'll try to rely on their brand recognition and charge well over 4K for it. I don't expect a 1DX form factor, landscapers and studio photogs just don't need the build or the vertical grip. I'm guessing $4500 - $5500
- the 70D is coming because the T4i now has virtually the same specs as the 60D, no reason whatsoever to buy a 60D anymore and Canon knows it. It will probably get the 7D 19pt AF, 8 FPS and the new 18MP sensor from the T4i. I'm guessing $1200 - $1500
- if the above is true, the 7DII would have to move firmly into the professional crop body realm. I'm guessing integrated vertical grip, 61PT AF and 10FPS. The 7DII is also our best chance for an all new generation of APS-C sensor from Canon. On the other hand, the possibility of moving it to APS-H cannot be ruled out. Canon could essentially refresh the 1DIV and sell it as the 7DII with the new 61PT AF & 10 fps which still leaves alot of room below the 1DX. I've always said the APS-H sensor is just too good to shelve, it doesn't give up much to the 5DIII FF sensor from an IQ perspective. I'm guessing $2000 - $2500 if it remains APS-C or $3000 - $3500 if Canon swings for the fences and makes it APS-H.