this one would be a huge mistake for Nikon , and it may even kill Nikon , Nikon should be more honest and sincere to its high end camera users...... remember what Nikon has done to the D600 users?
so it is hard to trust a company like Nikon.
cutting corners to make it cheap cheap does not help them , but produces many many QC issues.
Nikon should wake up and make it more solid and really works as advertised.
and Nikon obviously has too many bodies , Nikon did not need 2 identical D800 models , the D610, the D5300,etc.
just make a few very solid offerings.
and do not embarrass yourself by releasing expensive but poorly built 58mm f1.4G, 24mm f1.4G and 35mm f1.4G kind of lousy lenses, they are all worse than similar specced Zeiss , Canon and Sigma lenses.
but the DF and the 58mm kind of poorly done products announcements really helped me to get rid of all my Nikon for Sony Alpha 7.
now, I have Sony Alpha 7, NEX6, Fuji X-E2 and Canon 5D2 and 6D and I am quite happy about my decision selling all my Nikon gear for the Sony Fuji kit.
Nikon did not treat us (long time high end Nikon body uers) right with real respect when they sold many many bad copies of D800/D600 and D4, so for me no more Nikon..............and most of Nikon glass are of poor quality and imho none of G 24 - 50mm range Nikon glass are up to the D800E standard.
the 24mm f1.4G is really bad , the 35mm is soft and much less sharp than the Sigma A and the Zeiss ZF2 , and even a bit weaker optically than the venerable Canon L.
the 50mm f1.4G is a joke , the new 58mm f1.4G is an embarrassment , in fact , if we want to fully optimize the Nikon D800E , then we all need to go ZF Zeiss + Sigma 35mm f1.4 A lens route.
so , it is not worth it even if the sensor is great , the same story goes for the Df as well.
further more , Nikon stock gets really hard and many many guessing it won't be around in a few years.....