I'm actually a little surprised (after the Df) that Nikon didn't do this, at some ridiculous premium, for their centenary. Unless they are and it's running late. I guess they're probably correctly worried about their profitability and restructuring and not sympathetic to another vanity project. I'd like to think there are enough semi-affluent Nikon shooters with fond memories of the Nikon SLRs that they might sell a few. But don't look at me - my F5 was my second Nikon body, after the D700. (I also bought my 300D before my Eos film bodies.) I'd love to see Nikon license the mount to someone willing to do a low-run film body. It would have to have a technological advantage over the wide range of used models on the market, though, so I doubt it's a hobby project. I wouldn't expect Cosina to dive in again, sadly.