Seems that Nikon is finally getting around to announcing their mirrorless system. See this link for the latest info: Nikon mirrorless camera specs recap | Nikon Rumors Long time Nikon shooter and while I am glad the Nikon has finally decided to join the mirrorless party, they are sooo… late in doing so, that I believe unless they really knock it out of the park, and provide fully featured cameras (not dumbed down on either) with a functionally working AF adapter for existing F-mount lenses, their adaption rate to the new mirrorless system will falter. Come August 10, it will be SIX years ago that I made the choice to add a mirrorless camera system to my Nikon setups. I went with the Olympus EM5 and for what the new rumored high MP system with 1 zoom is going to sell for, $4,000, I bought the EM5, 5 fast f1.8 to f2 primes, a fisheye and a 45-175mm f4-5.6 zoom. I have used this system for most of my portrait, travel and general shooting, expanding upon it to where I now have a big investment in M4/3 including 3 bodies, a trio of fast f2.8 zooms and 3 f1.2 or f1.4 primes, plus the original primes. I love the eye detect and IBIS. I have been using IBIS with an mf adapter and 4 of my favorite Nikkor AIS MF lenses, the 24mm f2, 35mm f1.4, 50mm f1.2 and the 105mm f2.5, since late 2013. I have been very pleased with my mostly Olympus gear and plan on continuing to add to the system. And it’s not just me; since 2010 I have been shooting about once a month with a 10 person group of mostly Nikon shooters, who are former newspaper, photo class teachers and ex-pro photographers. All have multiple bodies and numerous lenses. Yet most of them have already made a decision to add a 2nd camera mirrorless system. 2 went with M4/3 (because of me insisting and giving them lenses to try out), 2 with Sony, 1 Fuji and 1 Canon M series. 1 went the other way and added a Leica SL Besides my D500 that I use for action/sports, I have a D800 that I use for nature/landscapes and have consider upgrading it for a D850, as I would be thrilled to have the D850 with 46MP, ISO64 and the same body layout and controls as my D500. But now I will wait to see what the new mirrorless system brings and how good the adapter for F mounts lenses works. If, and only if, the adaptor is good, I might buy a new high MP Z mount body instead of a D850, but most likely not new Z mount lenses, as I have great Nikkor lenses already. The decision to buy into a smaller, lighter weight mirrorless system was made long ago, that ship has sailed.