I have a D3200. It offers a great feature: simulated preview of the three shutter parameters in Live-View (shutter speed, ISO, aperture). That means, when I change any of these parameters, Live-View reflects it. And, believe it or not, it matches the then taken picture perfectly.
After reading some online discussions, I got to know, that newer and more expensive Nikon DSLRs do not offer this feature. This includes cameras such as D5100, D7100 and even D600. But not somewhat older, such as D800.
Is it a new trend? Is it now to expect, that all future DSLRs from Nikon will not include this feature anymore?
Is there a comparison chart of Nikon DSLRs, which mentions this feature? I didn't find any.
(Please, don't answer by just stating, that Live View preview is for amateurs and professionals don't need it.)