Nikon today unveiled the D780, calling it "a new kind of DSLR." It's a camera that has the tall task of replacing the company's most popular full-frame
Nikon today unveiled the D780, calling it “a new kind of DSLR.” It’s a camera that has the tall task of replacing the company’s most popular full-frame DSLR ever, the D750, and it aims to do so by combining the soul of the Z6 mirrorless camera with the body of the D750.
More importantly for me, it also promises improved advanced video features. Canon claim that the new camera will have significantly improved video image quality especially in low light. They say it should also reduce false colour and moire patterning, which plague the current Canon DSLRs like the 5D mkII. Also added is a choice of two new compression formats – intraframe (ALL-i ) compression for easier editing and interframe (IPB) compression for superior data compression.