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If I have to decide it will be a 24MP FF body with the D5 AF system. A dream camera for the "budget" Wedding photographers, many of them divided between the D810 and the D750. Now, I do believe you are right: A higer megapixel camera should be. If they don't it could be an indicative of something bad : Sony not giben access to new sensors to NikonI think the D810 would be due for an update - I guess will have more MP (although that is what I don't need) but pretty sure the D5 AF system.
If they would be able to add a built in EVF to the OVF that would be like heaven. Of course then with all the advantages for video shooting .....
Ultra small and great optical viewfinder together are a tough order. Great EVF is another story...Free cameras to all!
No, seriously, I would like an ultra small, but with a good grip, and ultra light FX camera with a great viewfinder. Think D5600 size.
I have a Nikon F80 (N80 in the US) here. It's 141.5 × 98.5 × 71 mm. The D5600 is 124 x 97 x 70 mm. The difference in width is due to the F80 being built for film. Surprisingly, it's only 1.5mm taller than the D5600, and although the viewfinder isn't D5 size and quality, it's clearly a full frame viewfinder. Add a few millimeters, skip the flash and it would be even better.Ultra small and great optical viewfinder together are a tough order. Great EVF is another story...
I would like to see a FF Nikon body a-la Sony AR lines, but with classic Nikon ergos, a flip out rear LCD, and a killer eye-level EVF. 36MP would be fine here for me.
I suspect we will see a sensor upgrade to the D810 -- D820 ?? -- possibly/probably on the order of 48MP.