I've only seen tests on you-tube reef and I will say that it look rather interesting. Mind you though that, at 120fps it only shoots standard.
IT is funny how DSLR NIkon users have been asking NIkon for well over a year now to bring out a camera that shoots 1080p and possibly have a dedicated record/stop button, but instead NIkon brings out a P&S camera that does exactly that. I don't know if it allows you to choose the ISO and shutter manually though.
Talking about the EXPEED processor not being able to handle 1080p when it was discussed here on the forum. You see if Nikon can do that with P&S camera surely they can bring out 1080p with manual control on a firmware update as well for all the DSLR that don't have 1080p.
It looks like it has been a misunderstanding somewhere down the line in communication at NIkon HG when they passed the information regarding full HD.
IF Nikon want to stay ahead of the game with movie mode they have to bring something more appealing to the filmmakers. To begin with, we only buying these cameras for the ability to change lenses and low light capabilities which the large sensor offers you.
So the main problem at the moment with all DSLR is: file compression, rolling shutter-jelly, time restriction in recording and sensor over heating.
IF Nikon manage to fix some of this problems especially the jelly then we have a winner. 1080p is a thing of the past now days so if Nikon is going to use that as a selling point for the next upcoming DSLR is going to look a bit silly.
In my country 7D is selling like hot cakes coming out if the oven, imagine how many are being sold all over the world?