Here are pictures of the housing itself. Most controls are the same a the DX100. It is missing the LCD backlight button, the focus lock lever, the mechanical aperture control, and the bracket button that the DX100 offers. It includes the focus lock control that the DX100 lacks. It's function knob is indexed and includes a camera attachment. Its exposure compensation control is locking so that you can perform that operation one-handed. Both the command and subcommand knobs can be adjusted without moving the hand from the grip. Overall, ergonomics are great with the Nexus, although the grips are a little small for big hands. The Nexus provides two bulkhead mounts for additional cabling and has a superior magnifying eyepiece that includes a lens that attaches to the camera. There is also a window for the LED indicators that are included in the strobe hotshoe adapter. Currently, dual strobes require a dual sync cable caused by a compatibility issue with the D100 and the hotshoe device.
Here is the housing with the ports and lenses I intend to use. The 60, 105, and 70-180 for macro. Fisheye and 17-35 for WA. The macro setup includes a modular port system. I purchased a small dome for the macro port so that I could get the 60 and 105 to work more like they do with film cameras. It can also be used with a 20mm or 24mm.