Here it is:http://nikonrumors.com/2013/11/04/this-is-the-nikon-df.aspx/
They've been hyping the balls out of this. If you've been hiding under a rock and missed all the teaser videos, in five words or less, this new body is:
I just don't get it. It's got a prism and optical viewfinder, so it will not be small. It's just a vintage film camera hiding modern tech beneath. This is a fashion-skinned DSLR.
It's like they are going after (a) film users and (b) Fuji users who still want to look cool but with a larger sensor. Or -- big reach here -- Leica users who really want autofocus? (Surely they'd go with the new Sony rigs, right?)
I live in California, and I know a ton of arty kids with photography classroom experience who shoot old film SLRs partly for the craft of it and partly for the style of the old tech. But these kids don't have the coin for an FF DSLR.
I'm lost here. Unless the stills-only / no frills aspect of the design gets the price way
down, I just don't get what they're aiming for here.