D780

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$2,999.00

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Bring every spectacular vision to life with the versatility and agility of the full frame Nikon D780. Designed around a brilliant, high resolution 24.5 MP backside illuminated FX sensor, an incredibly intelligent and robust AF system and next generation EXPEED 6 image processing, both full frame stills and 4K video benefit from the same impressive detail, clarity and stellar low-light performance. Inspiring slow motion and time-lapse video, remoteless long exposures, exhilarating shutter speeds and wireless image transfer, all right at your fingertips and ready to meet every creative demand.
Kit includes the agile and inspiring D780 with it's 24.5 MP resolution, robust EXPEED 6 image processing engine, 4K UHD video, multiple time-lapse options, wireless connectivity using the SnapBridge app and more with the versatile AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens. The focal length of the lens makes it ideal for photographing groups and portraits, events, landscapes and more with VR image stabilization and a constant f/4 aperture throughout the zoom range.
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  • 5

    Upgrade for D750

    Posted by Henk Jamin on November 29, 2021

    Removes all minor issues I had with D750, especially the much upgraded buffer is nice with burst shooting.

  • 5

    Nikon D780

    Posted by Cusson on August 9, 2021

    Vraiment un super boîtier pour ce prix. Devenu indispensable en toutes circonstances.

  • 5

    Brilliant Machine!!

    Posted by David Wilson on May 3, 2021

    I’ve been using Nikons almost exclusively since about 1985. The 780 allows me to use my 1980s 400-3.5AiS, 1992 85-1.8 AF, 1999 180-2.8 AF-D all perfectly without a glitch. My eyesight is not what it once was and I can easily manual focus in this finder. The rest is a Nikon walk in the park to set the controls you want. I always said the N90 was the best integrated one piece camera Nikon ever made, now I think this is right there somewhere. It’s a brilliant machine that has a place among the legends. Dave

  • 5

    Shocking to say the least!

    Posted by Nate Nate on October 24, 2020

    Now that I have had a few months to learn and adjust to the new features , I am really loving the D780. It's much faster than my d750 was and I still get to use my same SD cards. I haven't needed a flash because this D780 is amazing in low light shooting. The quality of prints and video is much improved but when you switch to live view"WOW". MANY PEOPLE WERE PUT OFF BY THE COST but it's well worth the advanced features. Thanks Nikon for not forgetting those of us who still value the DSLR.

  • 5

    Many happy parents with this most good camera

    Posted by Fausto Burnstein on October 15, 2020

    This is most good camera. I am taking pictures for kids birthday party as my job and parents always extra happy with what I give them. Kid hard to take in picture because of always moving, D780 says no problem if kid move, I take picture good anyway. Party always have balloons and lots of color, D780 says no problem to balloons and lots of color, I make balloons look exciting, like super balloons.

  • 4

    Best Nikon full frame camera

    Posted by Nour Dowidar on October 15, 2020

    Perfect camara. For Every thing Row file is amazing! but calors not perfect one. In the sun i have strange calors and have more light for all timeIt's easly to slove this problem in lightroom but I don't have any time for that

  • 5

    Technically very good camera, but....

    Posted by Anonymous on May 17, 2020

    I’ve been a Nikon crop user for around 10 years. I’ve gone from the D80 to the D90 to the D7200 and currently the D500. Always been very happy with the output, but time to go full frame. I was waiting the for the D850 successor to come out to take advantage of some non-current unit pricing. The D780 came out and with the Z technology I thought it would be a great start. The early exchange promotion was an extra push. I am very happy with the overall performance of the D780. So far, because of events being cancelled or postponed I’ve only been able to use it for birding matched with a Nilon 200-500 lens. Excellent results. Quality of shots is phenomenal. Crop as necessary. I give it 5 stars because technically it is a very good camera. My only negatives come from being a Nikon owner and the points listed. First, The Live View button is where the BBF is on all my previous models. I have lost shots because I thought I was going to focus and wound up in Live View. Next, the issue with no battery grip is turning out to be more of an issue than I thought. All my previous bodies have had a battery grip. I like the feel. I like the extra stability. If I move to a D850, it will be for the points listed above and nothing else.

  • 5

    The only camera you need!

    Posted by Jekyll612 on May 10, 2020

    I was on the fence between the D780 and its big brother the D850. After researching both for over a month I decided on the D780. (The special they had at the time was the lynch pin for the decision.) I do not regret my choice! I absolutely love this camera! From the 4K video to the fast and feature rich camera this thing does everything! I love the interface and the focus stacking, and the silent live view pictures is great when trying to capture animal shots. (Make sure to turn that off before going in to the studio or your remote flash won´t work.) I´ve shot videos of myself and others (the face tracking auto focus is great), and I have captured some amazing photos. I really love this camera! I´ve used it for over a month and am still in love with it. You won´t go wrong with the D850 or the D780, but for the cost savings you get a whole lotta camera from the D780 and you can save a little money.

  • 5

    Feel at home again

    Posted by OldFilmGuy on May 6, 2020

    I´ve been using Nikon cameras since 1976. My first 4 were all 35 mm film cameras. A few years ago, I purchased my first digital camera and went with the DX format. I´ve owned 2 DX cameras but never really was happy compared to 35mm, particularly with too much depth of field. This 780 is my first FX digital camera and I instantly felt like I was back home with stills being very similar to my comfort level with 35mm. I prefer natural light and have been impressed with low light performance. Focus is fast and spot on. I´m really enjoying the camera. I´m mainly a stills photographer, but purchased the 780 for video use on grandkid activities. It´s been fun but I´m not much of a videographer yet!