Nikon also took part in the Las Vegas fair to present the Nikon brand news of the year. One of these Nikon D780, the new full-frame reflex that borrows several of the popular features already present in the Z6 mirrorless, including the 273-point hybrid AF system for Live View shooting.
New, however, the 51-point phase detection AF system with sensitivity up to -3 EV as well as the Eye-Detection AF function which, in addition to exploiting all the light of the scene through the AF in low light, allows you to acquire subjects in a reliable up to -6 EV.
The new Nikon D780 can shoot bursts of up to 7 fps with viewfinder shooting and up to 12 fps in silent photography mode when shooting in live view. Other noteworthy features include the maximum shutter speed of 1/8000 and a minimum of 900 seconds, excellent for capturing light trails and night landscapes.
As for video shooting, the camera uses the resolution of the 6K image sensor to produce high resolution 4K / UHD sequences at 30p / 25p / 24p without clipping. An external recorder can also be used to capture HDR HLG sequences.
Among others, we find a 0.70x optical viewfinder with 100% coverage, 2,359k-dot tilting LCD monitor, 24.5MP full-format CMOS sensor, EXPEED 6 image processing processor and F- bayonet mount Mount.
Nikon D780 borrows from the previous D850 model the 180K pixel RGB sensor and the advanced scene recognition system. The camera works with an ISO 100 51,200 sensitivity range extendable up to 204,800 and up to ISO 50, can record videos in N-Log or Hybrid Log and can take photos from 2 MP to 120 fps.
Prices and availability will be announced later: you can follow the news announced at CES 2020 by clicking here.