Nikon is set to unveil its new D780 along with a number of other products at CES next week, but photos of the DSLR have just leaked onto the Internet, giving us a first glimpse at what Nikon has in store.
Nikon Rumors has published a full set of product photos showing the camera from every angle.
We see that Nikon has left out an AF selection joystick (like what’s found on the back of the D500).
The AE-L/AF-L button has been shifted down, and an AF-ON button is now found above it.
The ISO selection button has been moved to the top of the camera, right behind the shutter button.
Here are some additional views that provide information about the camera’s features and specs:
The D780 will reportedly pack a 24MP BSI CMOS sensor, improved low-light shooting, a more powerful image processor, dual USH-II SD card slots, 4K/30p video recording, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity, and more. Stay tuned.