Nikon at CES 2020: Nikon D780 full-frame DSLR, Coolpix P950 Superzum camera

With the major press event starting at CES 2020, Nikon was among the big companies to announce a few new ones. The popular camera maker has announced a follow-up model of its two very popular cameras – the D750 DSLR and the Coolpix P900 Superzum camera. The first is the Nikon D780, which is said to make a big leap over the D750, featuring 4K video capture with on-sensor phase detection autofocus (PDAF), face and eye detection, and full-pixel readout. The D780 will be available in the US in late January, with a retail price of $ 2,300 (approximately Rs. 1,65,400) for the body or AF 2,800 (approximately Rs. 2,01,000) with AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f /. 4G ED VR lens.

Nikon has also launched the Coolpix P950 as the successor to the Coolpix P900, which gets an advanced electronic viewfinder with RAW support, 4K video capability and 2.3 million dot resolution. The camera still has 83x optical zoom as a predecessor. It will be available in February for $ 800 (about Rs 57,500). Nikon has also announced new lenses for its Z-Mount and F-Camera. The Nikkor Z 70-200mm f / 2.8 VR S for its Z-Series camera is a zoom lens designed for action and wildlife photography, priced at 2,600 (approximately 1, 1,86,900). The AF-S Nikkor 120-300mm f / 2.8E FL ED SR VR is a similarly fast zoom lens with a constant wide aperture across the focal range for F-mount cameras. It costs $ 9,500 (approximately Rs. 6,83,000). Both lenses will be available from February.

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The Nikon Coolpix P950 offers 4K video recording and an advanced EVF

Price of Nikon D780 in India

The Nikon D780 will be available in India at the end of January at a price of Rs. 198,995 for body only and Rs. 2,42,495 with 24-120mm VR lens.

Nikon D780 Specification

Coming to the specifications of the Nikon D780, it is a FX-format full-frame DSLR with a 24.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and is powered by Nikon’s Exped 6 image processor. It gets an improved ISO range, which goes up to 51,200 natively and extends to 2,04,800. It can also shoot 7fps burst (up to 12fps using an electronic shutter) and a shutter speed range of 900s to 1/8000 seconds. When using an optical viewfinder, users can use a 51-point autofocus (AF) system with 15 cross-type AF points. When shooting in live view, the D780 uses 273 PDAF points inherited from the Z6 mirrorless camera for much faster and more accurate focus. This allows it to autofocus eye detection – the first for a Nikon DSLR.

The D780 also has better video capabilities. It can shoot 4K video at 30fps without pixel binning. It offers 10-bit output with N-log or hybrid log-gamma support for HDR workflow. The camera body has also been improved, as you now have a 3.2-inch tilting LCD touchscreen display, a USB Type-C port with in-camera battery charging, two SD card slots with UHD-II supported speeds, and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. In connection.

“The Nikon D780 is not only a huge leap forward in technology compared to the D750, it also integrates Nikon’s latest technologies to deliver the best video feature-set and imaging capabilities in a full-frame DSLR,” said Jay Vanator, executive vice president of Nikon. Md.

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