>We may have a D7200 and a D3300 before we get a D400.
Guess I'm not wise enough in the world of Nikon, but what would be the difference between a D7200 and a D400? For some reason, I was thinking that it would be one or the other.
I think that the D600 precludes another less capable full frame mirror-based camera. It just seems to me like there is more headroom in the D7000 numbering scheme than going to D400, D500 scheme, unless Nikon plans to abandon DX cameras with autofocus motors. That would leave the two level consumer market to the 3,000 & 5,000 schemes. The prosumer market could be left to the 7,000 series as a DX w/autofocus & the D600 series for lower end FX.
So, I am just wondering about why there would be a D7200/D7300 and a D400. What would be the differentiation?