In the previous article “Lightweight D850 Nikon Full-frame SLR D780 Appearance Evaluation”, we have given a detailed introduction to the appearance of the Nikon D780. In this article, we will test the shooting performance of the D780.
Continuous shooting test
The Nikon D780 can shoot approximately 24.5 million pixel images at a maximum speed of approximately 7 frames per second, while providing a clear view of the subject in real time through the optical viewfinder. The newly adopted reflector lower balancer can effectively reduce mechanical vibration and stabilize the viewfinder image.
At the same time, the EXPEED 6 image processor on the D780 can process quickly With the data from the image sensor, up to about 68 photos are continuously captured in 14-bit lossless compressed RAW format with a large buffer capacity. Moreover, it is possible to use the continuous shooting function of about 7 frames per second even when taking photos in live view. This mode also allows silent continuous shooting at a speed of about 12 frames per second in 12-bit RAW format.
Used by Nikon D780 A full-frame Nikon FX format back-incident CMOS sensor with 24.5 million effective pixels and an EXPEED 6 image processor are installed. Supports the common sensitivity range ISO 100-51200. Let’s take a look at the actual sensitivity performance. When shooting, we turned off the noise reduction in the camera.
Schematic diagram of interception area
Nikon D780 photosensitive Degree test table
It can be seen from the test picture that the Nikon D780 can maintain a relatively clean picture within ISO 3200, and the details are basically clearly visible. When it rises to ISO 6400, there will be a small amount of noise visible to the human eye. But the picture is acceptable, and the details are kept intact. Until ISO12800 began to increase noise, details began to be lost. In actual applications, IS0 6400 is basically available.
ISO:100 Aperture:F2.8 Shutter:1/1000s
ISO:100 Aperture:F2.8 Shutter:1/200s
ISO:100 Aperture:F4 Shutter:1/3200s
ISO:100 aperture:F4 shutter:1/1250s
ISO:100 Aperture:F4 Shutter: 1/500s
ISO: 100 Aperture: F4 Shutter: 1/250s
ISO:100 Aperture:F4 Shutter:1/640s
When Nikon’s full-frame mirrorless Z series was released in 2018, Nikon said that it would continue to SLR Dual route with micro-single. The release of the D780 can be seen as a new attempt by Nikon to develop SLR cameras under this policy. On the premise of retaining the original SLR optical focusing system, the composite autofocus system equipped in the Z series full-frame mirrorless lens was added to the live view mode, which makes the D780 behave like the Nikon Z series mirrorless lens in the live view mode use. This allows many original Nikon SLR users to experience the high performance of Nikon mirrorless lenses while maintaining a large number of F-mount lenses. This may also be the direction of Nikon SLR in the future.
Approximately 24.5 million effective pixels FX format back-incident CMOS
51-point autofocus system +273-point composite autofocus system
eye detection autofocus
shutter speed from 1/8000s to 900s
4K /30p ultra-high-definition video shooting, support HDR and N-Log options
3.2-inch approximately 2.359 million pixel foldable touch screen
dual SD card slots, support UHS-II
2260 sheets long battery life
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