The Nikon D750 is a highly popular and respected camera, but at almost six years old, it was almost certainly ready for an upgrade. Thus came the D780, which looks to be a solid performer that should be able to tackle a wide variety of shooting scenarios. Is it a worthwhile upgrade if you already own the D750? This great video answers that question for you.
Coming to you from digiDirect, this excellent video review takes a look at the new Nikon D780, particularly as it compares to the D750. The D750 is an excellent all-around camera that excels in almost any situation, but Nikon also had six years of improvements to share in the D780. Some of the most notable upgrades include a better autofocus system that includes 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 and now touch-sensitive screen. Altogether, the D750 certainly remains a capable camera that should still satisfy a lot of creatives' needs, but if you need things like better autofocus or improved video, you should give the D780 a look. Check out the video above for the full rundown.