Anyway, here's the 411 on the new camera, per Nikon. If you're really in the market for this sort of thing.
Although, you do have to admit, it does look enticing...
· Classic Nikon design cues, with solid build and mechanical controls
o Sophisticated physical/mechanical controls for settings and adjustments
· Imaging and low-light performance inherited from Nikon’s flagship D4 D-SLR
o Large 36 x 23.9mm, 16.2 MP FX-Format CMOS sensor
o EXPEED 3 image processing engine propels image quality to the next level
o Exceptionally wide ISO range from 100-12,800, expandable to 204,800 for superb low-light performance
· Nikon’s thinnest and lightest FX-format D-SLR
· 39-point AF system with nine cross-type sensors and continuous burst shooting up to 5.5 fps ensures precision and clarity when capturing moving subjects
· 2016-Pixel Matrix Metering and Scene Recognition System ensure proper camera settings for every shooting scenario
· Easy to create with a 3.2-inch LCD display and glass optical viewfinder
· Wi-Fi connectivity available with use of optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter, allowing for instant download and sharing to smart devices or remote firing of the camera
· Reaching back into the NIKKOR lens legacy, the Df is compatible with current AF, AF-S, DX and AF-D lenses, but also works with classic Ai and non-Ai NIKKOR glass
· Full compatibility with Nikon’s Creative Lighting System and WR remote systems
· Available in late November 2013, in classic silver and black color schemes at a suggested retail price (SRP) of $2,749.95 (body only). A kit will also be available with the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8 Special Edition Lens for $2,999.95 (SRP)