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Funny to read what the different wants are for the D800 series, first ones and coming ones.
I was one of the first to get the D800E, most got the D800 cause they didn't believe in a camera not having the filter. I did research on it. I listened to pro photographers and amateurs and they all pretty much said that it won't work for fibers, feathers, etc. I don't think I had one single photographer standing by me in my preference for the D800E. I even checked out mathematical research on AA filters and other research around it. Technical research guys said to me, go for it. All photographers told me I was stupid and should get a D800. I'm so glad I don't give in to the flock mentality.

Now, I work for an environmental organization so my salary is very low. My photography is wildlife and nature and that kind of photography does not bring in any mother either. So getting a D5 or the likes is just out of question.
As a wildlife photographer, especially birds, lots of MP is good as you can crop in and still have details, so 36MP is great. But the Dd800 series fails miserably for us wildlife photographers, especially bird photography, in its FPS.
So the number one wish for me and most in my field is to get much better FPS. Give us 9 FPS at least, preferably 12 FPS or more. So no more MP, instead give better FPS and if possible better noise handling.