For exceptional low-light performance and high-quality stills and video, look no further than the Nikon D780 DSLR Camera with 24-120mm Lens. This next-generation DSLR produces impressive detail and clarity in both full-frame stills and 4K video with a back-illuminated 24.5MP sensor and EXPEED 6 image processor, extended ISO range of 50-204,800, and continuous shooting range of 7 fps to 12 fps. The 273-point Live View AF system accurately tracks and captures dynamic 4K video and stills, and a tilting LCD touchscreen easily controls autofocus and shutter settings, navigates menus and playback. On-board Wi-Fi ® and Bluetooth allow for easy image transfer.
An upgraded standard zoom, the Nikon 24-120mm lens provides a constant f/4 maximum aperture throughout the entire zoom range. Two Extra-low Dispersion (ED) elements minimize chromatic aberrations, providing sharp, accurate color, while three aspherical lens elements reduce distortion, improving overall image clarity. Nikon’s Silent Wave Motor (SWM) enables fast, accurate and quiet autofocus, while special vibration reduction technology enables handheld shooting at up to four shutter speeds slower.
Capture Beautiful, Accurate Imagery
The back-illuminated 24.5MP sensor in the Nikon D780 paired with the EXPEED 6 image processing engine produces exquisite detail in both photos and video, with ultra-shallow depth of field and clear, crisp imagery with reduced noise, even in low-light shooting scenarios. A wide native ISO range of 100-51,200—expandable to 50-204,800—increases the camera’s performance in fast-changing light situations. Continuous shooting of 7 fps, and up to 12 fps in Live View, captures images in RAW or JPEG. The D780 also features 20 unique Creative Picture Control settings, which can be applied to photos and videos, and are easily previewed in real-time. Six of the 10 special effects modes also simultaneously save unaffected RAW images.
Don’t Miss Out on the Action
Capture exceptional 4K video with the Nikon D780, or Full HD 1080p at up to 120p. Uncompressed files are saved to the dual UHS-II SD cards, or recorded externally via HDMI. Both N-Log and available Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) for HDR shooting help preserve detail while maximizing dynamic range. A built-in timecode function helps keep clips organized for easy integration with other video sources.
The primary 51-point AF system in the Nikon D780 provides quick, accurate focusing. In Live View, the 273-point AF uses advanced eye-detection technology to maintain focus while tracking quickly moving subjects. Nikon’s proprietary Scene Recognition System with 3D Color Matrix Metering III uses a 180k-pixel RGB sensor to quickly and accurately evaluate brightness, contrast and color to determine exposure and white balance settings for ideal imagery.
Built in Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth capabilities in the Nikon D780 provide easy wireless transfer of photos and videos to any compatible smart device via the SnapBridge app. Connect the D780 to your computer over Wi-Fi ®, or use the optional WT-7/A/B/C Wireless Transmitter for a wired or wireless LAN connection.