Although the Nikon D750 is a very well-known and well-regarded camera, its age of over six years meant that it was almost surely time for an update. As a result, Nikon developed the D780, a camera that appears to be a strong performer and should be able to handle a broad variety of different shooting circumstances. If you already possess a D750, would you benefit from upgrading to this model? You may find the solution to that question in this fantastic video.
This first-rate video review of the new Nikon D780 comes to you courtesy of TigerDirect. The focus of the review is on how the new camera stacks up against its predecessor, the D750. The Nikon D750 is a fantastic camera that performs very well in practically any scenario; but, Nikon has six years’ worth of upgrades to share with the world in the form of the D780.
Some of the most notable improvements include a better autofocus system that incorporates algorithms from the D5, on-sensor phase detection autofocus with face and eye detection, 4K video, and 1080p at 120 fps (as opposed to 1080p at 60 fps), 7 fps burst (or 12 fps with the electronic shutter), vastly improved battery life, and a higher-resolution screen that is now touch-sensitive.
If you require things like better focusing or superior video, you should look into the D780; nonetheless, the D750 is still a powerful camera that should still suit the demands of a lot of creatives; but, if you need these things, you should look into the D780. You can get all the details by watching the video that’s been embedded above.