Nikon has produced several new cameras in 2012, including the flagship D4 and high-definition D800/D800E
These cameras are providing high level technical features for photography, video-recording, digital communication, image handling, etc. introducing a plethora of continuously increasing options.
Checking this situation may be an interesting and an important subject of discussion by users.
As an example: please consider that people have normally 2x5 fingers. When taking the camera in your hands, three fingers of the hand lie on the front side, the index on the upper side, and the thumb on the back side. So, if you look on the high level Nikon D4, why are most buttons on the back side, usable by just the two thumbs of both hands?