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On the off chance someone at Nikon, (and not the geniuses who came up with the V1/2 line) are listening, what would you do if Nikon introduced a retro-design (a la Olympus, Fuji) compact, full-frame F-mount body the size of the FM2/3 with, say, 18-24MP, prism and hybrid VF with focus-peak assist, optimized for manual focus and ƒ/1.2, that can still AF with G-type lenses (but not screw-driven D's).
Definitely interested - I don't use 90% of the things my D800 can do and a slimmed down version optimized for non-AF operation would be a very very welcomed addition to my gear. I currently have a m43 GH-2 for my much lighter body.
One of the things I don't like about Nikon's DXXX line is the bulk of the body - especially when having it slung around my torso. An FM2/FM3A sized camera and some pancake primes would go along way toward having FX be a more pleasurable experience for on-the go shooting.