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Nikon D780 vs Nikon Z6

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Let’s compare the Nikon Z6 with Nikon D780 camera. We have done a very detailed comparison review between these two camera, let’s find out the best one for you.

1. Sensor and Mount Comparison

As we all know Nikon Z is Nikon’s future mount at the same time the Z-Mount do have the ability of adapting F-Mount seamlessly. That’s is if you have a bunch of FX mount lenses then even you can easily migrate to new Z system.

Sensor of both the camera is exactly the same, we have no difference between them.  At the same time both cameras do have the same kind of low-pass filter inside them. So, due to the nature of mount if user have S-line of lenses he will get better image quality compared to the Nikon D780 DSLR Camera.

2. Built-in image stabilization in Nikon Z6

Nikon Z6 have built-in image stabilization which gives you 4.5 Stops of IS. With Nikon Z6 you can shoot more neat low-light images with your hands since it allows you to shoot up to 4 stops slower speed under low light condition. One of the biggest advantages you will have while shooting with camera Nikon Z6 with FTZ adapter allow you to use Nikon Prime lenses and you when you get backup of sensor shift IS you can extract the maximum amount of details in available light conditions.

Nikon D780 Nikon Z6
Lens Mount Nikon F Nikon Z
Camera Format Full-Frame (1x Crop Factor) Full-Frame (1x Crop Factor)
Low Pass Filter Yes (weak) Yes (weak)
Pixels Actual: 24.92 Megapixel
Effective: 24.5 Megapixel
Actual: 25.28 Megapixel
Effective: 24.5 Megapixel
Maximum Resolution 6048 x 4024 6000 x 4000
Aspect Ratio 1:1, 3:2, 16:9 1:1, 3:2
Sensor Type CMOS BSI CMOS BSI
Sensor Size 35.9 x 23.9 mm 35.9 x 23.9 mm
Image File Format JPEG, Raw JPEG, Raw
Bit Depth 14-Bit 14-Bit
Image Stabilization None Sensor-Shift, 5-Axis

 

3. Better low light Camera between Nikon D780 and Nikon Z6 ?

Nikon Z6 and Nikon D780 camera have same sensor, now here is a glitch. Many users were waiting for Nikon D780 with a hope that it will have no OLPF (optical low pass filter) architecture since the Nikon Z6 do have LPF (low pass filter), as we all know the absence LPF make images more sharp. But, Nikon disappointed us this time again and the Nikon D780 camera do have LPF same as of Nikon Z6.

4. So, we will get Same image quality from Nikon Z6 and D780 ?

Yes, if you are using F-mount lenses in Nikon Z6, But, as we all know Nikon Z-mount is an advance mount and features 52mm diameter with shortest flange distance among its competitor allowing more light to get into the camera sensor. So, if you have S-line of lenses with you then for sure you will see better image quality compared to Nikon D780 with F-mount lens.

5. Best camera for Fast Auto Focus, Nikon D780 or Nikon Z6

Technically due to the nature of DSLR system Nikon also added 51 point Phase AF sensor inside the Nikon D780. The phase AF system is active when you are using OVF [optical viewfinder] of the camera. So, when you are in viewfinder mode of Nikon D780 camera you are using an inferior AF system with less screen coverage [273 vs 51] compared to Hybrid AF system. At the same time when you are with Nikon Z6, you are getting 273 AF points support in viewfinder, LIVE VIEW and Video Mode.

Nikon D780 Nikon Z6
ISO Sensitivity Auto, 100 to 51200 (Extended: 50 to 204800) Auto, 100 to 51200 (Extended: 50 to 204800)
Shutter Speed Electronic Front Curtain Shutter
1/8000 to 30 Seconds
1/8000 to 900 Seconds
Bulb Mode
Time Mode
Electronic Front Curtain Shutter
1/8000 to 30 Seconds
Bulb Mode
Metering Method Center-Weighted Average, Highlight Weighted, Matrix, Spot Center-Weighted Average, Highlight Weighted, Matrix, Spot
Exposure Modes Aperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority Aperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation -5 to +5 EV (1/3, 1/2 EV Steps) -5 to +5 EV (1/3, 1/2 EV Steps)
Metering Range -3 to 20 EV -4 to 17 EV
White Balance Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Preset Manual, Shade Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Preset Manual, Shade
Continuous Shooting Up to 12 fps at 24.5 MP
Up to 7 fps at 24.5 MP
Up to 12 fps at 24.5 MP
Up to 5.5 fps at 24.5 MP
Interval Recording Yes Yes
Self-Timer 2/5/10/20-Second Delay 2/5/10/20-Second Delay
Mirror Lock-Up Yes

6. Nikon D780 extended Shutter

Nikon D780 arrived with extended shutter range, as we can see Nikon D780 have Max opening of 900 Sec. That’s really awesome to have when you have to get long exposure shot of more than 30 sec duration. As usual, Nikon Z6 is bonded with traditional Max Shutter opening limit of 30sec.

Nikon D780 Nikon Z6
Recording Modes MOV/H.264
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.976p/25p/29.97p
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.976p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p/100p/119.88p
MOV/MP4/H.264
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.976p/25p/29.97p
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.976p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p/100p/119.88p
External Recording Modes 10-Bit
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160)
Full HD (1920 x 1080)
10-Bit
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160)
Full HD (1920 x 1080)
Recording Limit Up to 29 Minutes, 59 Seconds Up to 29 Minutes, 59 Seconds
Video Encoding NTSC/PAL NTSC/PAL
Audio Recording Built-In Microphone (Stereo)
External Microphone Input (Stereo)
Built-In Microphone (Stereo)
External Microphone Input
Audio File Format AAC, Linear PCM (Stereo) AAC, Linear PCM (Stereo)

7. Nikon D780 vs Nikon Z6, better Video Camera ?

As from the comparison table we can clearly see that Nikon D780 have same video features as we have in Nikon Z6 Mirrorless camera. So, from both the camera you will get same video output.

8. Best Auto-focus mode – Nikon Z6 vs. Nikon D780

Nikon D780 uses Dual AF system due to the presence of OVF in the camera.  So, when you are using OVF the AF capability of the camera is slightly limited with 51 AF points. At the same time Eye AF and face tracking is completely absent in viewfinder shooting mode. No, AF issues in Nikon Z6 either you are shooting in Viewfinder, Live-view mode and Video mode.

Nikon D780 Nikon Z6
Focus Type Auto and Manual Focus Auto and Manual Focus
Focus Mode Continuous-Servo AF (C), Full-Time Servo (F), Manual Focus (M), Single-Servo AF (S) Continuous-Servo AF (C), Full-Time Servo (F), Manual Focus (M), Single-Servo AF (S)
Autofocus Points Phase Detection: 51 (15 Cross-Type)
Phase Detection: 273
Phase Detection: 273
Autofocus Sensitivity

-3 to +19 EV

Extended mode -6EV

-3 to +19 EV

Extended mode -6EV

9. Dual Card Slot in Nikon D780

Nikon D780 have Dual card slot (UHS II) and Nikon Z6 (XQD) have single card slot. As usual having more than one card slot really helps have more space at the same time you can create an instant backup if you are shooting important events.

Memory Card Slot Dual Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II) Single Slot: CFexpress Type B / XQD
Connectivity USB Type-C (USB 3.1), HDMI C (Mini), 3.5mm Headphone, 3.5mm Microphone 3.5mm Headphone, 3.5mm Microphone, HDMI C (Mini), Nikon DC2, USB Type-C (USB 3.0)
Wireless Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
GPS No No

10. Price Difference

Nikon D780 Nikon Z6

 

Nikon D780 DSLR Camera with 24-120mm Lens

Nikon Z 6 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 24-70mm Lens and FTZ Mount Adapter Kit
$2,796.95 $2,443.90

11. Nikon Z vs Nikon F – Mount Difference

Nikon Z mount is Nikon Future Mount, the ability of Z mount is to get more light in it and with less flange distance you will get better image quality then DSLRs, the Z-mount can accept Nikon F Mount lenses without any issue with all AF capability you were getting in S-line of Lenses.

. Nikon F Mount is a limited and old mount and not able to accept new S-line of lenses.

Verdict: Both cameras have same Sensor and Video features. If you are someone who wants an affordable camera with IBIS and advance Z Mount you can get Nikon Z6. Nikon D780 if for those who love DSLR OVF and wants to have Dual Card slot in their camera.

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Nikon D780 Sample Images

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Finally, we have the High Resolution official sample images of the Nikon D780 camera. Nikon D750 have the same 24.5 MP BSI CMOS sensor we have seen in Nikon Z6 camera. So, we will sure have a major lift in the image quality of Nikon D780 camera when compared to Nikon D750.

Nikon D780 Press Release, Full Specification and More

We will be updating you with more details soon.

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What's New inside Nikon D780 Camera ?

Let’s have a detailed look what’s new inside the new Nikon D780 camera. Get Nikon D780 camera from B&H Store | Amazon.com Store

Nikon D780 Press Release, Full Specification and More

Nikon D750 camera finally arrived, we have same core specification as we have in Nikon Z6 but missing out IBIS as we have in Nikon Z6 at the same time as a added advantage we are getting Dual card slot, longer battery life and rugged body.

The Nikon D780 camera is Nikon latest Mid-range DSLR camera and Nikon first DSLR to feature Hybrid FF Sensor. With the help of new sensor and on sensor 273 Phase AF points the camera does blazing fast AF in Live view and video mode.

Nikon D780 Major Specifications:

  • 24.5MP BSI CMOS 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)

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Nikon D780 does full-sensor readout as of Nikon Z6 camera. Supports 10-bit N-Log and HLG HDR output, and offers zebra stripes, focus peaking and more. When shooting through the viewfinder you’ll have a 51-point AF system backed with the higher-resolution metering sensor and algorithms from the D5. With mechanical shutter burst shooting  available upto 7 fps, when switched in electronic mode you get 12FPS speed and silent shutter. The maximum shutter speed is 1/8000 sec, with an x-sync of 1/200 sec.

Nikon D780 camera body also feature decent upgrade  a 3.2″ tilting touchscreen, a USB Type C port with in-camera charging and twin SD card slots that support UHS-II media. As before, the D780 is rugged and weather-sealed.

The Nikon D780 will be available later this month for $2299 body only and $2799 with the 24-120mm F4G ED VR lens.

Nikon D780 Full Specification

Nikon D780 Press Release

VERSATILITY MEETS AGILITY: THE D780 IS A NEW KIND OF DSLR FOR A NEW BREED OF CREATOR

The New Nikon D780 Will Exceed Expectations with the Ultimate Combination of Speed, Powerful Performance and Premium Features at an Uncompromising Value

LAS VEGAS – CES 2020, BOOTH #14018 (January 6, 2020 at 9:00 P.M. ET / 6:00 P.M. PT) – Today, Nikon Inc. unveiled the D780, an exciting new FX-format DSLR that makes vast improvements to the highly-revered D750, Nikon’s most popular full-frame DSLR ever, while inheriting pro-level features from the powerful D850 and flagship D5. The much-anticipated D780 delivers the most sought-after features to give enthusiasts and professionals an agile camera for capturing high-resolution photos and 4K UHD video with the added benefit of fast, accurate phase detect autofocusing. While the D780 retains the rugged reliability of its predecessor, the camera has been turbocharged with Nikon’s latest EXPEED 6 processor, touch operability, advanced autofocus capabilities, extensive video features, a valuable assortment of in-camera creative options and much more. The new D780 is more than a worthy successor to the beloved D750, it’s a proven performer that transcends any creative endeavor.

Nikon cameras and lenses are world-renowned for their usability, reliability, performance and impressive image quality. With the addition of the innovative new Z mirrorless system, together with a robust and proven lineup of DSLR’s and decades of the finest NIKKOR lenses, Nikon is uniquely positioned to fulfill customer’s needs no matter how they want to capture still images or video.

“The Nikon D780 is not only a huge leap in technology over the D750, but it also integrates Nikon’s latest cutting-edge technologies to offer the best video feature-set and imaging capabilities in a full-frame DSLR,” said Jay Vannatter, Executive Vice President of Nikon Inc. “A demand exists for a successor to the D750, which offers the unbeatable combination of versatility, image quality and value.”

Perform Beyond Expectations

The Nikon D780 sets a new benchmark in DSLR performance, vastly improving upon the capabilities of the D750 by incorporating the newest technology and some of the popular features seen in the Z series, making it powerful and versatile enough to capture anything from fast-action sports to beautifully detailed night skies. The D780 is a seriously capable camera and offers the distinct advantage of being comfortable in the hands of a photo enthusiast, as well as being a popular pro-grade tool for weddings, wildlife, and production environments.

  • High Resolution Image Quality: Offering the optimal balance between resolution and file size, the D780 is equipped with a 24.5-megapixel backside-illuminated (BSI) FX-Format CMOS sensor to deliver superb image quality, fantastic dynamic range, beautiful color reproduction, stellar low-light ability and sharp clarity to excel in a wide array of shooting scenarios.
  • EXPEED 6 Processing Power: Designed with Nikon’s most advanced EXPEED 6 image processor, the D780 is packed with the same powerful processing engine as the Nikon Z 6 and Z 7, allowing for noticeable increases in speed. In addition to greater energy efficiency, EXPEED 6 delivers improved low-light performance, 4K UHD full-frame video with full pixel readout, and enhanced image clarity.
  • Wide ISO Range: The D780 retains the low-light ability that made it a photographer’s favorite for wedding receptions and nighttime photography, producing clean files with minimal noise effortlessly. Whether capturing a dimly lit dance floor, a stage performance or an astounding astro-landscape, users can rely on the D780 to retain ultimate clarity in even the most challenging lighting scenarios. The camera offers improved ISO performance across the entire range, which now goes up to 51,200 and is expandable to 204,800.
  • Blazing-fast speeds: The D780 keeps pace with the fastest action, offering shooting speeds of up to 7 fps1 at full resolution and shutter speeds as fast as 1/8000 or as long as 900 seconds2. Whether shooting the split-second action of motocross, or a bride’s walk down the aisle, the D780 lets you capture content with confidence when you only get one chance.
  • Two Powerful AF Systems Optimized for Any Shooting Style:
    • When shooting through the optical viewfinder (OVF): Nikon’s proven 51-point AF system is paired with an enhanced AF algorithm inherited from the flagship Nikon D5. 15 cross-type AF sensors maximize accuracy, and the camera uses an upgraded 180K-pixel Advanced Scene Recognition System, which analyzes the scene to ensure balanced exposures and accurate color reproduction. The AF system can reliably track rapidly moving subjects such as wildlife, yet also improves on its surreal ability to nail focus in challenging light, to -4EV in this mode.
    • In Live View: For the first time in a Nikon DSLR, the D780 is infused with mirrorless technology, featuring the same 2733 point focal plane Hybrid AF system employed in the Nikon Z 6, enabling broad coverage of approximately 90% of the frame. The system offers extremely fast, smooth and accurate AF in Live View and when recording video, a huge benefit for multimedia production. This is also Nikon’s first DSLR to feature Eye-Detection AF4, enabling a real-time tracking of multiple eyes in a scene to help ensure tack-sharp focus for portraits and candid shots.
  • Silent Shooting: When operating the electronic shutter in Live View, the D780 can shoot continuously without shutter noise at up to 12 fps. Silent shooting is ideal for documenting sensitive moments like a live performance, a wedding ceremony or discrete street photography.
  • NIKKOR Lenses: When combined with an extensive catalog of world renowned NIKKOR lenses, the versatile D780 knows no boundaries in taking on any artistic challenge.

Video Features for Creators

The D780 delivers the best video capabilities of any Nikon DSLR, incorporating technology found in the Nikon Z 6 mirrorless camera.

  • Full-Frame 4K video at 30 fps: Incorporating an FX-format BSI sensor and on-sensor phase detect AF, the D780 is capable of similar video capture functions of the Nikon Z 6, capturing full-frame 4K UHD video at 30 fps with full-pixel readout for absolute quality. A variety of other frame rates and resolutions is also selectable, including Full HD/120p for ultra-smooth motion in videos and epic slow-motion capture.
  • Flexible workflow: The D780 offers 10-bit output with N-Log5 or HDR (Hybrid Log-Gamma) support, raising the bar for video functionality and flexibility in post-production.
  • Advanced Cinematic Functions: Users can enjoy more creative freedom when capturing video with the D780 thanks to its host of advanced shooting modes, including focus peaking, highlight display (zebra stripes), interval timer and in-camera time-lapse movie file recording.

Advanced Creative Features

The D780 sports an innovative and useful feature-set that empowers professionals to explore their creative potential by affording a more efficient workflow coupled with unique effects.

  • In-Camera Creative Filters: With a wide-array of in-camera Creative Picture Controls and a Special Effects Mode, the D780 enables users to effortlessly add elements of personal flare to their photos and videos. Additionally, many of these popular special effects can be captured as a JPEG while simultaneously shooting an unaffected RAW image for more editing freedom.
  • Focus Stacking: Like the D850, the D780’s Focus Shift feature will appeal to macro, product and landscape photographers seeking extreme depth-of-field, by enabling the user to capture a series of shots at different focus distances and use third party software to generate a highly-defined image consisting of only the areas in focus.
  • More Flexibility with Multiple Exposures: New to the D780 is the ability to create a multiple exposure with non-consecutively shot images, giving photographers the capacity to superimpose images in-camera, even when captured from two entirely different locations and times.
  • Easy Wi-Fi6 and Bluetooth7 Connectivity: The D780 offers seamless image-sharing to a smartphone or tablet when connected to the Nikon SnapBridge8 app using the camera’s built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. With the latest SnapBridge app, it’s easy to download videos, RAW files or remotely control a camera from your phone or tablet.

Built Like a Nikon

  • New Touch Operability: Like the Nikon D850, the new D780 features a bright, tilting 3.2-inch LCD enhanced with touch operability to provide a more optimal user-experience.
  • Robust Design: Sporting a durable build with extensive weather-sealing, the D780 retains its role as a reliable tool to handle unpredictable conditions when working in the field.
  • Energy-Saving Performance: The D780 can capture 2,260 shots on single charge** which is a significant increase in battery life compared to the D750, making it the ideal companion for photographers embarking on a day-long outing.
  • On-The-Go Charging: With versatile USB Type C compatibility users can charge in-camera and transfer files more conveniently than ever.
  • Dual Card Slots: Featuring two UHS-II SD card slots, the D780 provides professionals with a safety net and the ability to record multiple file formats simultaneously.

Price and Availability

The Nikon D780 will be available in late January for a suggested retail price (SRP) of $2,299.95* for the body-only configuration, and $2,799.95* for single-lens kit configuration with the AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens.

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Nikon D780 Leaked Image

Finally we have the leaked images of the upcoming Nikon D780 camera. As we have said earlier too, the Nikon D780 is a DSLR version of the Nikon Z6 Mirrorless, camera which was announced back on November 2018. The only Major advantage we have compared to Nikon Z6 camera is Dual USH II memory card slot and a bigger battery life.

Why Nikon removed the joystick on the back of the camera, it was dam helpful for jumping in the camera menus ?

as we always say, take it with grain of salt. We will be updating you with more details soon.

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Nikon D780 Camera Price

Nikon D780 is said to be the DSLR version of Nikon Z6

Finally we have more details about the upcoming Nikon D780 camera. We have told you in past Nikon D750 successor will arrive with almost same core specs we have seen in Nikon Z6 Mirrrorless camera. Since, we have to accept the fact these DSLR makers are in DSLR cannibalization mode and after 12+ months of Nikon Z6 camera announcement, when they have achieved a significant amount of Nikon Z6 sales numbers. Now, they are pouring up the same specs [slightly modified to combat backlash from users] in DSLR body .

1. Nikon D780 camera price ?

The price of Nikon D780 camera is between $1,999-$2,199.

2. Nikon D780 Specification

  • 24MP BSI improved sensor
  • Articulated TFT LCD tilting touchscreen, 3.2″ with 2,100,000 dots
  • Significantly improved processor (compared to the D750)
  • Improved fps RAW shooting
  • Video: 3840×2160 24p-30p, 1920×1080 24p-120p
  • Really good AF for video
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • No built-in flash
  • Higher ISO (better than the D850)
  • Dual SD UHSII card slots
  • Between 51 and 153 AF points – I was told most likely 105 AF points
  • An updated interface like the Z-series
  • Slightly smaller and lighter body than the current D750
  • Nikon EN-EL15b battery (used also in the Z7, Z6, D850, D750 and other Nikon cameras)
  • Official announcement expected in the first half of January – the unconfirmed date I have is January 7th, the start day of CES (±1 day)
  • Price: between $1,999-$2,199

We ill update you soon as we get the images and final specification of the upcoming Nikon D780 camera.

3. Nikon D780 Arrival Time

Nikon D780 Arrival Time is January 2020. The camera will arrive on Early January 2020.

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Nikon D780 Camera Coming on January 2020 - Confirmed

Finally we have the name of Nikon D750 successor and it’s not Nikon D760. As per the latest rumor surfaced of the web the camera will be called Nikon D780 camera. Most likely, on January CES 2020 event Nikon will officially announce the Nikon D780 camera.

Lot of Nikon users, specifically semi-pro wedding photographers were waiting for this update.  Surprisingly not only Nikon D780, Nikon will be also revealing NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 S lens, and  a new Zoom Lens for the F-mount.

Nikon D780 is rumored to carry same core specs that we have already seen on Nikon Z6 camera. So, it better to say a DSLR version of Nikon Z on it’s way.

Nikon D780 Rumored Specification

  • 24MP BSI improved sensor
  • Articulated TFT LCD tilting touchscreen, 3.2″ with 2,100,000 dots
  • Significantly improved processor (compared to the D750)
  • Improved fps RAW shooting
  • Video: 3840×2160 24p-30p, 1920×1080 24p-120p
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • No built-in flash
  • Higher ISO (better than the D850)
  • Dual SD UHSII card slots
  • Between 51 and 153 AF points – one number that I was given is 105 AF points
  • An updated interface like the Z-series
  • Slightly smaller and lighter body than the current D750
  • Nikon EN-EL15b battery (used also in the Z7, Z6, D850, D750 and other Nikon cameras)
  • To be released in 2020 (it could be as early as January-February for the CP+ show, but this is not confirmed)

We will update you soon as we get any new information.

Nikon Z70 Coming on 2020, Possible Specification

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