Then it isn't an R1 as it gives the impression as MILC replacement of the 1-Series dSLR bodies.So, perhaps the MILC release won't be the Mark III replacement. Rumor is that this pro-level release will be high-resolution model with upgraded AF, performance and built specs. Photojournalists don't want a high-resolution camera, so this high-resolution camera can be sold alongside the Mark III without cannibalizing Mark III sales (overly). At least that's what I hope.
It will be a 2015 5Ds or 5Ds R replacement like a better named R5s or R5s R.