For the past couple of weeks I've been playing around with the Nikon D780 DSLR/mirrorless hybrid. It's a great camera and would be nearly perfect if it had a built-in flash and it wasn't so darn heavy and pricey. There are some big features that make this a quality camera such as fast shutter speeds, noise reduction, and a long-lasting battery life. The interface is super easy to use for once. The eye-detection technology makes a huge difference in how portraits turn out, but that doesn't help with live view where it's more difficult to track people. The 4K video quality is excellent too, and the technology is the same as you can find in their mirrorless lineup. There is a learning curve to this camera though, mostly due to the two autofocus systems. You'll need to switch between the live view and view finder systems while shooting if you want to capture the best image. Overall, it's a solid offering from Nikon.