After 6 teaser videos: http://www.photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00c63K, I know it is all anticlimactic since the information has already been leaked from multiple sources. Here are the specs: 16.2 CMOS sensor, similar to the one on the D4, with Expeed 3 electronics ISO range from 100 to 12800, with extended range from Lo 1 (ISO 50 equivalent) to Hi 4 (ISO 204800 equivalent), same as the D4 Auto Focus: Mutli-CAM 4800 AF module with 39 AF points; the center 9 are cross type. Nikon uses that same AF module on the D600, D610, D7000, D5200, and D5300. Memory Card: single SD Metering: Spot, Center Weighted, and Matrix with 2016-pixel 3D scene recognition Shutter speed: from 4 seconds to 1/4000 sec plus the B and T modes, maximum 5.5 frames/sec No pop-up flash, Nikon iTTL/CLS compatible Virtual Horizon: 3D LCD: 3.2" and 921K dots Live View: with 4×4 (16 cell) and 3×3 (9 cell) grid lines as well as16:9 and 1:1 crop lines. Battery: Nikon EN-EL14a No video capture capability Pricing in the US: Nikon Df, body only, in chrome or black: $2749.95 Nikon Df kit with the retro-style 50mm/f1.8 G AF-S lens: $2999.95 Retro-style 50mm/f1.8 G AF-S lens only: $279.95 These marketing images are from Nikon USA. The first image should give you a good idea what their targeted audience is. The Df will be a fairly low-volume, boutique product catered to collectors and a small group of affluent camera buyers. I am disappointed that Nikon doesn't put the Multi-CAM 3500 onto a $2750 DSLR, but then, a lot of those who buy the Df probably won't be using it to take pictures, at least not many of them.