Nikon D780 body
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The successor to the "people's" full-frame DSLR Nikon D750 has been waiting for five years. And they waited for it at the beginning of 2020, when the D780 model, an analogue of the Nikon Z6 camera in a mirror guise, was “rolled out” to replace the camera.
Full frame sensor
A 24.5 MP full-frame image sensor with pixel backlight is placed in a waterproof magnesium alloy body. The native range of its photosensitivity is measured within the limits of 50-51200 ISO(with the possibility of software expansion to ISO 204800). The most powerful of the current generation of image processors, Expeed 6, is responsible for processing information. It is he who ensures excellent camera performance at high ISOs and a full frame rate of 7 fps (or up to 12 fps in LiveView mode when recording 12-bit RAW- files).
The key differences between the Nikon D780 and its mirrorless colleague: on the one hand, the lack of a built-in matrix stub, and on the other hand, a double slot for UHS-II memory cards and significantly increased battery life (up to 2260 shots on a single charge of a standard battery). The list of other positive qualities of the model can be supplemented by the presence of a 3.2-inch swivel touch screen and the ability of the camera to record video in 4K resolution with a frame rate of 30 fps. Equally important features for videographers are pixel readout from the entire area of the sensor along with support for 10-bit N-Log and HLG output.
The Fullframe was one of the first DSLRs to be trained in real-time eye tracking. Speaking about the focus system as a whole, it is necessary to note its error-free operation both when sighting through the optical viewfinder and when aiming at a target in LiveView mode. To complete the picture, the camera lacks only a built-in flash. However, an advanced photo enthusiast or professional photographer will not even notice its absence, since in serious shootings it is customary to rely on external light sources or a separate on-camera light.
- Support for WU-1b modules
- Silent shooting mode
Nikon D780 configurations
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|Nikon D780 kit 24-120||from $1,896.95||18 offers|
|Nikon D780 body||from $1,896.95||2 offers|