>I'll be surprised if a new D400 arrives, and shocked if it >starts out at less than $2,300 - or almost double the cost of >a D7100. For that price, you'd better really need that extra >FPS or two, that 10-pin connector, and that AF-On button, >because the images will be the same.
Believe me, I hear you, and agree. But would you pay $2300. for a DX D400? How much was the D300s?
A D400 with a great buffer and built-in grip... $1800. Makes sense.