Nikon D5200, D200, Fuji S602
I like it.
I like what I know about the camera, including the looks. Image quality has me concerned.
I see from the Canon and Fuji people here talking about how ugly this camera is, they must be running scared for some reason. The appearance of the camera indicates it is ready for business. It has a great grip feature which should be welcomed for use in many situations. It has a clean appearance interrupted only by useful items needed to function.
Once the camera is on the market and the professional reviews are in, I hope the reality lives up to the picture.
Panasonicus: I was a Nikon user for decades but find this camera series puzzling. Instead, I opted for a Panasonic G3 which is not much larger but with a much larger sensor and a huge array of available moderate and high end optics from Panasonic/Leica/Olympus. Most of which is MIJ whereas Nikon seem to be drifting much more toward Made in China. Am I prejudiced in favour of MIJ. Absolutely. Sorry but Nikon have lost and not regained a very long standing customer with this over-priced effort.
After reading how ugly some people think the V2 is, I thought I would mention I really like it. It appears to be both functional and good looking. However, I fault Nikon for not designing it for use with their standard flash units.
With the average population, me included, getting older a lighter DSLR camera would be nice. Exclude video. An external lightweight but powerful flash. Last, I would like to see an inteface between computer and printer that reflects the actual image taken and existing on the camera card. It should be possible to view and print on various computers and printers and be assured of the same image.