The 2020 introduced Nikon D780 is a midrange full-frame DSLR camera and offers, among other things, an image sensor with 24 megapixels, the EXPEED 6 image processor, 4K video, a hybrid AF with 273 fields as well as a high-resolution 3.2 inch touch display.
The D780 features two SD card slots, both capable of handling modern UHS-II cards. We generally recommend SDXC memory cards (64GB and more) with an UHS-II-interface and a SD Speed Class from U3/V30 or above. Especially during burst shooting, an UHS-II enabled SD card offers a significant advantage in terms of speed.
Note: Apparently there is a bug in firmware 1.0 that does not correctly recognize some UHS-II SD cards, operating at reduced speed (UHS-I). All cards are marked with asign. We have already informed Nikon about the issue.