Nikon announced today that its latest camera, the D780, will be launched in India. The D780 is available with Rs 198995, while the camera kit is available for Rs 2,42,495 with a VR 24-120 mm lens. The product is available for purchase in India by the end of January 2020.
Nikon’s new camera comes with an impressive 24.5-megapixel count and a strong ISO 51200 sensitivity that can be extended to ISO 204800. This comes with 273 AF points alternating between phase-detection AF of a focal plane or AF contrast detection. A 51-point AF with 15 cross-points is available for the viewfinder.
The new D780, together with an EXPEED 6 system that offers improved AF, comes with a 180k-pixel RGB screen. AF identification up to-5,0 EV3 and-7,0 EV4 comes with low-light illumination. For viewfinder shooting and live view imaging, it allows a high-speed continuous shooting of up to about 7 fps and 12 fps in silent photography.
Complete pixel rereading and complete HD/120p recording is also enabled in the D780. D780. AF speed and AF responsiveness can also be adjusted during video acquisition. The 10-bit N-Log7 or HDR Profile (HLG8) for real-life video performance and 10-bit HDMI display are also provided.
The D780 provides shutter speeds up to 900 seconds. This allows 2-megapixel high-speed photo capture9 for FullHD movie film quality of up to 120 fps, or 8-megapixel pictures of up to 30 fps for 4 K UHD pictures capture both with AF / AE.
The unit has a 3.2 “tiltable display with a resolution of 2359 kilograms. Furthermore, the D780 has SnapBridge with RAW transfer and filtering settings, Bluetooth remote control, enhanced WiFi features, and compatibility with WT-7/A / B / C.