News from Germany: Nikon D700 and SB900 in ProfiFoto magazine

Remember this post about the delay of the German ProfiFoto magazine (with the funny picture)? A reader just posted the following comment:

Hi all,

just came back from shopping with germany’s new issue of “ProfiFoto”. They have a two-side presentation of D700 and SB900 (delayed the issue for five days to be first with the data). Here are the facts:

D700: D3-Sensor, AF-Module but no phone/speaker, only 95% viewer, 200-6400ISO, 5FPS (8 with MB-D10), pop-up-flash (power 11), dust-removal on sensor, EN-EL3e, 1076g, fsync 1/250, 1/8000-30s, one CF-Slot, grid in viewer optional, virtual horizon, little less fast to D3. Compatible to WT-4.

SB900: 17-200mm (14mm) on FX. Reacts on DX/FX-effective focal length. Three illumination modes: standard, even, midconcentrated. Firmwareupdate via camera-CF. Overheat-deactivation. Reads and communicates gels to camera for WB. Handling by central turning wheel.

prices: D700 @ 2.599EUR, SB900 @ 500EUR

Here is the original post. 
This sounds legit. I traceroute the IP address of the computer from where this comment was submitted and it was really in Germany!
Can someone in Europe confirm this and give us more info?
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