Other than the price and sensor there is nothing pro about Nikon's new Df pro-level DSLR. At $1000 more than the D600, you lose all kinds of the D600's features to obtain this "cool" retro look yet you get the same consumer grade Auto Focus system, the same shutter as the consumer grade models and there is no video, no WiFi, no GPS. Moreover, the build is no better than a D600.
What I'm not getting is that, if there is a market for all things 1970's. Then why would someone spend a lot of money on a new piece of kit, when a good FILM SLR would meet all their needs.
A 'pro body' without video isn't going to be of interest to professionals who might one day need that option.
I wish Nikon well, but I think they've dropped the ball a little here.