Nikon D780 Key Specifications:
- 24.5MP BSI CMOS full-frame sensor with on-sensor phase detection
- 7 frame per second shooting (12 fps in 12-bit electronic shutter mode)
- UHD 4K capture at up to 30p from the full width of the sensor
- 51-point AF module supported by 180,000 pixel RGB metering sensor
- 273 point on-sensor PDAF in live view (sensitive to -4 EV)
- 3.2″, 2.36M-dot touchscreen
- Shutter range of 900 – 1/8000 sec
- 10-bit video output over HDMI
- 2260 shots per charge with viewfinder
- Dual UHS-II SD card slots
- Snapbridge Bluetooth and Wi-Fi system (with Raw and video transfer)
Conclusion from DPReview:
The Nikon D780 is a fabulous all-around stills and video camera for folks who prefer the DSLR-format. It’s well-built, comfortable to shoot with and highly customizable. Autofocus performance is, for the most part, excellent. But inconsistencies between live view autofocus and through the finder autofocus may cause some confusion. Still, battery life is great and a dedicated smartphone app offers good connectivity.
Stills and video shooters looking for a DSLR-style camera that can do it all.
Not so good for:
Anyone requiring in-body image stabilization or folks seeking a small/light package.
You can read the full review at DPReview.