More big announcements happened today in the camera world. Nikon have dropped a brand new camera, one Z mount and one F mount lens into the mix. Let’s dissect them a bit further.
While we are still confused about NIkon’s numbering system, we’re super happy to see an update to the popular D750. The Nikon D780 is a well rounded DSLR with a plethora of upgrades from it’s predecessor. Some key specifications include:
- 24.5MP BSI CMOS sensor
- Up to 12 fps continuous shooting (7 fps physical shutter)
- 4K UHD video up to 30 fps
- 273 point AF in live view, 51 AF in optical viewfinder
- 10 bit video output in HDMI
- Dual SD card slots
Nikon Z 70-200MM F2.8
To finish off the holy trinity, the Z series telephoto F2.8 lens has arrived. Incorporating the latest in optics technology, the Nikon Z 70-200MM F2.8 boasts high clarity and sharpness with Nikons Short-wavelength Refractive lens element. For action shots, the Z series 70-200MM F2.8 has a super fast AF system.
Nikon AF-S 120-300MM F2.8 FL ED
Another lens we will probably see everywhere at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The NIkon 120-300MM F2.8 is a mammoth super telephoto lens, boasting Nikons new Short-wavelength Refractive lens element, VR, low light performance and large depth of field control. Designed for the F mount, it will be the perfect complement to the highly anticipated Nikon D6.