I've read all these opinions regarding Nikon's latest offering with a sardonic smile on my face.
I jumped off the hi-tech bus years ago ( an F3HP with motordrive is by far the most modern camera I've ever owned or handled ) and I haven't the slightest idea about ( or interest in ) autofocus, sensor size, white balance or any other of the doo-dads associated with today's image capture devices.
It doesn't matter, though, because '' photography '' is a broad canvas stretching from Minox spy cameras to field camera ''woodies'' and there's room for all of us.
Sometimes I feel a bit sad that cameras have become just lumps of 'computerised rapid action plastic' ( CRAP, for short ) and human input into their use has sunk almost to zero.
I guess it's an ''age'' thing.
I remember when human input was 99%....