It might look like just another DSLR, but Nikon's D780 has a lot more similarities with its mirrorless siblings than meets the eye. Inside is a 24.5-megapixel, backside-illuminated full-frame sensor capable of outstanding low-light performance, married to the Expeed 6 processor found in the Z series. The result is much like two cameras in one. When looking through the optical viewfinder, it uses Nikon's versatile 51-point AF system with algorithms taken from the D5. In Live View, it becomes an oversized mirrorless camera, using the same 273-point Hybrid AF system as the Z series, enabling advanced features like Eye-Tracking AF and silent shooting up to 12 fps. The latter also enables the best video capture yet seen in a Nikon DSLR, with full-frame 4K/30 fps capture, HDR support, and advanced cinematic functions. Rounding out the package is a robust, weather-sealed body and 3.2-inch tilting touchscreen.