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Nikon D40 Digital SLR Camera - Black (18-55mm Lens Kit)

The D40 is a compact and lightweight high-performance camera that makes it possible for anyone to create stunning images with an SLR. Designed specifically for ease of use, the D40 lets you use the kind of digital and optical technologies that professionals use without the need to deal with complex functions. Whatever you shoot there is an automated Digital Vari Program that lets you achieve fantastic results in any situation. Help menus are easy to navigate and the in-camera retouch menu makes it simple to edit and enhance your images on the large, bright 2.5-inch LCD monitor.
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#1
Has the £40 Cashback deal expired on these Nikon cameras? I think it expired on 31st August.

This was previously listed at £267.21 and £247.95 and then an extra £40 cashback through Nikon. It may be worthwhile pointing at that Amazon will refund the difference if you purchased at the higher price within the last 30 days.

Amazon has a hidden price promise that if you buy something and it drops in price within 30 days you can get the difference back. That means if you did any shopping there; you should check if the price has dropped in the sales, and if it has - claim the money back.

How do you get it back?

Amazon won't do this automatically, you'll need to go back and check the prices of the goods you've bought by logging into your account.

Simply visit your account and look at each invoice from the last thirty days and click on each item to view it's current price. Compare this to the price you paid and if there's a difference, copy down the order number and go to the 'Return and Refunds Contact Form' page to report it.

Step by step instructions

* Log into your Amazon account
* Click on 'view orders placed in the last 6 months'
* Copy the Amazon.co.uk order number:
* Click on the item to see if the price has dropped
* Click on 'Help' followed by Contact Us, 'Customer Service'
* Once you've found the right order click on Contact Amazon, copy in the order reference number and explain you'd like a refund as the price has dropped

Credit to Hotshot_147, this is copied from his post in July.
#2
I Wants!
#3
pugw$sh
It may be worthwhile pointing at that Amazon will refund the difference if you purchased at the higher price within the last 30 days.


I have read on here and on money saving expert that amazon no longer offer the price drop promise as of 1st september.
#4
These just keep getting cheaper,got mine for £230 after the cashback deal,great camera for the money for someone wanting to get in to digital photography. :thumbsup:
#5
Yes, the cashback deal isn't running at the moment unfortunately.
#6
fat-pudding
I have read on here and on money saving expert that amazon no longer offer the price drop promise as of 1st september.


I heard this as well, can any one confirm?
#7
I got it last time at £267 and then got the refund with the price drop promise and the £40 cashback, worked out at about £210 for a fab camera which is easy to use and takes great pictures. Would recommend even if this is without those savings
#8
isn't the Sony a200 better value from Amazon? £244...
#9
They're both excellent value, although you may find the D40 cheaper if they bring the cashback back.
I went for the D40. The Sony has more features, but the D40 has the edge on image quality from what I read. Bear in mind that if you're thinking about buying additional lenses, the D40 had the autofocus motor in the lens which makes them more expensive.
#10
I have the Sony Alpha 200 and its a fantastic camera, coming down nicely in price too. . .
#11
The trouble is that the 6.1mp D40 is starting to look a little long in the tooth now. My 10.2mp A100 is now updated and still takes the D40 apart in spec. The price is about right for whats now an entry level DSLR.
#12
Fantastic camera, really easy to use and it's obvious to see the step up in quality from similar mega-pixel non-SLR cameras.
And, of course, instant pictures - and lots of them.

I've still not got my cashback from June mind...and I've got a funny feeling I won't be.
#13
I can confirm. Amazon no longer do price drop promise. Got a annoying email in reply to my claim.
#14
olympus e-510 twin kit.

u get 2 lenses as good as canon L glass, and get the whole kit for LESS than the cost of 1 canon L lens.

no point getting a slr and having a rubbish lens, only oly offer quality lenses as standard, all the others charge loads for them.

if u dont want to spend 1000s on lenses, get the 510, easily the best slr package under 1,000
#15
Cats - this thread is about the D40. I see you have repeated the above post seven times on this forum yesterday which is not particularly helpful. I'm starting to wonder if you work for Olympus ;)

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