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El bueno de Ken Rockwell nos da el análisis de la Nikon D780, una Guía de Usuario Fácil, y el Manual Completo en PDF, todo por el mismo precio.

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El análisis no es un análisis, como siempre es un comentario ampliado de sus características aderezado con unas cuantas de sus coloreadas fotos: California is different.

La Guía para “Dummies” no está nada mal y ayuda a no tener que tragarse las 944 páginas del manual de usuario original.

Pero como siempre hay masoquistas también nos ofrece el “tocho” completo en PDF, pero naturalmente en “bárbaro”.

Bueno, y ya está. Ahora, para complementar la cosa y para que no penséis que poner solo lo anterior es “poco profesional” os pongo los apartado habituales para esta WEB cuando analiza cosas:

New since D750:

  • Regular ISO to 51,200 and push ISO to 204,800. (D750 only went to 12,800 or push to 51,200.)
  • No more built-in flash.
  • Manual exposures now settable to 15 minutes in Manual mode, hallelujah! Oddly they are not displayed in minutes, but instead as long numbers of seconds, up to 900 seconds. Good news is that manual exposures of 60 seconds or longer are counted-down on the top LCD!
  • 1/8,000 maximum shutter speed, up from 1/4,000.
  • No mention of the availability of a battery grip, and no apparent contacts for one.
  • Battery now rated 2,260 shots, up from 1,230 in the D750, but the lack of flash is one of the big reasons behind that.
  • Eye-detection AF.
  • In-camera USB-C charging.
  • Touch screen.
  • 10-bit N-Log or HDR (Hybrid Log-Gamma) video.
  • Focus Stacking: the D780 will save a set of raw files at different focused distances, but you have to try to composite all these later in your computer.
  • Multiple Exposures, even with non-consecutive frames.
  • First Nikon DSLR ever with phase-detection live-view AF (Nikon 35mm SLRs have used phase-detection since at least 1986).
  • No more SCENE or NO FLASH modes on top dial.
  • INFO and i buttons reversed (doesn’t matter).
  • ISO button now up by the shutter button while the Metering Mode button moves to the back of the camera.
  • Live View lever moves up near the viewfinder.
  • No longer works with ML-L3 infrared remote; instead use the MC-DC2 remote cord or Nikon’s free app.

Good:

Bad:

  • No more built-in flash.
  • Offshored to Thailand; not made domestically in Japan.
  • Much more expensive than the D750 or Z6, but not necessarily better depending on your feature preferences.

Missing:

  • No more built-in flash.
  • No 4:3 or 4:5 “Ideal Format” crop modes (only square, 16:9 and DX crops).
  • AUTO AF-AREA MODE usually works wonders picking the right AF areas all by itself, or you can use the rear controller manually, but you can’t use a finger on the rear LCD while looking through the viewfinder to select them as is common today on mirrorless.
  • No mention of the availability of a battery grip.
  • No more SCENE or NO FLASH modes on top dial.
  • No automatic brightness control for rear LCD.
  • No built-in Image Stabilization (no Nikon DSLR has this).
  • TIME exposure mode, but no timer displayed to count time (use the new Long Manual Exposures instead which do count-down on the top LCD).
  • No GPS; use the optional GP-1 or GP-1A.

¿ A que así ha quedado la cosa mucho mejor ?

adolfo

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