Thanks Eric, that was useful. I am hoping my next camera will be a D400, but in the meantime I will continue to shoot wildlife principally with my D7000 which is not as noiseless as my D700, but I need the reach. You mentioned feather details and with the elimination of moire could this could be an asset for wildlife photographers? I am suitably unimpressed with my 16Mp D7000 for wildlife work and as a wildlife photographer yourself, do you consider at these very early stages that the 36Mp may lead to even more problems.
What I am trying to say is, do you or anyone else see this as a potential wildlife camera with advantages over an APS-C sensor camera now that the high DX Mpixels availabilty will be an advantage for large crops ?
As an aside, I notice out of interest that the blurb says "Incorporating an optical filter with anti-aliasing properties removed" not that the physical filter has been removed! I suppose I may be being picky, but many references here seem to talk about the removal of an actual filter.