This Nikon is a nice little camera. It has one improvement over the RP that I find relevant for my needs: it has a 1/8000 shutter while the RP has 1/4000.
For those of you looking for more info on the RP. I've had it since launch and it's a great LITTLE camera that fits my needs.
I was looking for a small camera as I go on multi-day mountain bike trips. Before the RP, I had the 5D II for several years.... So I know what a "pro" camera is. The problem with these "pro" cameras, for me, is that they are so freaking big and heavy. I've biked across a few countries, on off-road bike trails, lugging my 5DII and every single time I pulled it out of my CamelBak I thought: man, I love these pictures, and man, this camera is heavy.
The RP fits so much nicer in my CamelBak, and I've been taking it on many more bike rides because of that. Ive taken it on vacations with my wife and the conversation of "who is going to carry the camera" is not even an issue anymore.
I can see how this Nikon would fulfill the same needs and I think it's great there are other smaller full-frame cameras coming out.
Although I dabble in the video world, I'm not a "pro" and the lack of video features don't really bother me. I'm actually not a pro in anything, really, I consider myself more of an artist than a pro.
My dad has an XT3 and although it's a great camera, it's not full-frame. I do see a difference in approach between aps-c and full-frame and my approach is definitely more full-frame.
Ok, this is getting pretty long and only a total of 5 people will read this. If you are thinking about buying this Nikon or the RP, go ahead, don't think it's a stupid camera because of the stupid reviews.
If you have questions about the RP, let me know, I can probably answer some of your questions.