Yes, got it yesterday.
Anyone actually got theirs. My order was cancelled!
depend it it has its own box, if it does you may do well if not then might not be a good idea
Would it be worth buying this and selling the 10-100mm lens?
That is the point though isn't it - it is a great deal for a very well made camera with two good lenses covering a decent range. It wouldn't be cheap if it wasn't the end of the line, but honestly it isn't aimed at professionals buying into a system, it is for hobbyists who will either stick with the 2 lenses or can expand with the existing range which will still be available...
All, you can see my Nikon pics at www.pixoto.com/dahawk
I have a d3200 that I would love to upgrade to a d5500/7200 (if I had the £). Lens wise I had the 18-55 but it broke (dropped) so I got a great 18-105 from eBay. Would like the 50mm or the 35mm (reviews above are good!) but neither are on the cashback list are they?
I got my 35mm at e-infinity online (also my camera) - Its presumably grey import as it was a lot cheaper - delivery was prompt though and from within the EU and I'm pretty sure there wasn't any problems when I registered for my camera warranty.
Get 40mm f2.8 micro for closer prime shots. This is also macro lens so you can get really clos3 to insects too
I bought the d5500 for my wife but am looking for the 50mm 1.8g for her to take portrait pictures and same they hold the money so well so annoying flubit on amazon came back with a good price
How does this compare to Lightroom?.
Shame no lenses included this year.
It is a very poor deal compared to previous ones but I suppose it's better then paying full price
... That said if you don't mind having a Red one Amazon have a good price at the moment. Red D5500 with £50 cashback
Really poor this year, was hoping for a good amount on the D7200
Rubbish cashback deal. Seen much better a year ago.
779 at Currys free battery grip worth over 150 from Nikon promotions. Also of you have o2, £50 off 750 spend. So would come in at £550 if you see what I mean
heat added!... thanks op!
Stupid comment about another brand.
Double cold not Sony mirrorless
Cold, not canon ;)
No, it's just moved. Go to http://www.europe-nikon.com/en_GB/product/software/capture-nx-d and click on the download button.
this has now EXPIRED
Thanks to OP. Appreciated :)
Dappy has come up with a great (but not free) alternative here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/adobe-photoshop-elements-12-29-95-free-collection-3-00-delivered-john-lewis-1987853#post22677320
Can't blame Nikon....lots of fakes outthere on non-uk sites and on eBay and Amazon!
Be aware of this condition: "Nikon UK Ltd cannot accept claims against products purchased from ebay (whether listed as new or used). Purchases from Amazon will only be accepted when made directly from amazon.co.uk and not from 3rd party sellers on Amazon Marketplace, whether fulfilled by Amazon or not.This promotion is not available on any second hand, refurbished/reconditioned or counterfeit stock (including “grey” or parallel traded stock)."
Look around for a SB400 which is also small, but seems to perform much better than this.
Had experience with Nikon cashback. Took a while and lots of perseverance - similar to above, they kept on requesting the same info. Eventually got the £50 prepaid card and some great equipment.
Any deals on D7100 with or without lens?
This deal is still live till 26th January 2014
Nikon D7000 is a great camera at a very good price. Cough up the money now and you will save money in the long run.
So overwhelmed with options with DSLR's. Everytime a deal comes up I'm ready to buy and then realise it really isn't like that. So can someone please suggest a decent setup which will last me atleast 5 years and won't limit what I want to do? I have a HS50EXR currently and just started toying with shutter speed and such. I take moon photos but want to get better quality pictures, but also a camera which allows me to capture for hours without the sensor getting too warm like the HS50 does (can't do any longer than 30 seconds). My budget can stretch, but as a student it's not really feasible to spend much more than well, £600 (£400 ish if I sell my HS50). I want a mid lens and a zoom lens ideally which can beat the 1000mm maximum my HS50 does. I also need 1080p recording etc The D5200 looked like the one, and then if that outgrows me too quickly I'll want the next one up. I know it is simple but it's not as simple as it should be buying camera bits :/
Why not a D5200? - I'd been interested in a D3100 for long enough, found the diffreence in cost between it and a D3200 wasn't that much and bought the 32 instead - not sorry I did (unfortunately before ths offer came out, so no cashback for me!)
they are also offering a 2 year warranty as well http://www.europe-nikon.com/en_GB/service_support/Support_2_Warranty.page?lid=2&lidsub1=0&lidsub2=0&lidsub3=0&lidsub4=0&sParamValueLbl=&sParamValue=&dcr=
Received the prepaid card today.
3200 or 5100 ?! VERY similar specs, the 5100 has in-camera HDR and a flip-out screen, but the 3200 may be better for a beginner such as myself. How much difference does HDR make to photo outcomes, it certainly sounds good? Thanks.
Got my cashback claim verified already - did it online last night! Says I should get the prepaid card in 14 days!
But D600 isn't DX so he'd probably still have to mess with new lenses coming from a D50
It's really good price for this camera if with lens. Hot from me :)
My guess is because the post is about the cashback, which has been posted before, but not a specific good deal for the camera. £849 is the same price as Amazon for example.
why is it cold?
Not the Great War of Conanikon again.
would this include the d5100 kit with the 18-55mm ?
Absent mindedly feeding troll, in which ways? The D5100 seems broadly better to me. Other than that, £547 after cashback at Amazon. Don't know their price before the offer, but from the magazine ads I have from last couple of months it seems worthwhile. Not keen on Nikons method of "cashback" though with that card.
Not the best deal
£1k from a good seller so sorry its bad deal imho.. D7000 outclasses it in many areas....
It's a good deal, the D300s will hold it's own for some time to come in the DSLR market, especially with no D400 on the horizon and the price quoted above is about £200 less than most stockists so anyone looking for something in this rage is getting a nice little freebie here too.
Agreed, you can get a 2TB EHDD for SIXTY quid these days, Nikon trying to clear stock? But no sign of the D400 or D800 at the moment
Not a god deal imho - old in the tooth camera and a cheapish drive - previous offers have been much better. I would hold out for a D400...
Cheapest reasonable shop I saw was £1029...
it was a misprice. now it's back to normal
The Nikon D300s is £978.95 at John Lewis, although it is out of stock today.
Why are people voting this cold? What is cold about cashback?
http://www.buyacamera.co.uk/xsearch.asp?RecId=NIKCA722&pt=f Graded though :/
Been this price for a long time, great camera, mate got one a few weeks back Here are a couple of pictures from it.
Apologies have changed the link!
Excellent camera, my wedding photo's were taken with one of these and they are spot on. I've got the newer model the d60 but the d40 is meant to be better
I had a D40x until it recently jumped out of my hands and disintegrated. I got paid out on insurance in Jessops vouchers. Oddly enough they didn't have a Nikon for the amount the insurance paid out so the only thing available was the Sony A300. I wasn't best pleased but anyway that is another story. The D40x - and I know this is a D40 - produced some stunning pictures. It is basically the same as the D40 only a larger MPsensor - but I never shot in 10MP - always used the lower option - which i think was 5.5 off the top of my head. The D40 has a higher MP than that so will produce some cracking results. The real issue I have found with the Sony Alpha series is the inbuilt motor and stabilisation. If I was looking to buy now this would be a major factor. With the Nikon range you are limited to the amount of lenses that have auto-focus and VR (vibration reduction) with them when compared with what is compatible with the Sony, eg old Minolta lenses etc. And you will find that the equivalent lens from Sony/Minolta will be a lot cheaper than the Nikon equivalent. So it depends what you want from the camera - if you are happy with the kit lens then the D40 is a good place to start - but if you are serious about taking better and more pics then the Sony is the better deal as it would be cheaper to get compatible lenses. As regards the MP debate - I wouldn't say there is much in it with image quality from the 300 or the old D40x. In my opinion the D40x - and so the D40 too - was a really good camera to learn the basics on. The Sony is quite a bit harder to get to grips with if you are a novice. For me the Sony just edges it. If you can get the Sony 75-300 in a kit then defo go for the Sony.
Ah yes.... of course getting money back for nothing would be voted cold wouldn't it! I wonder about this place sometimes! :roll:
Well I did wonder... =) Thanks Emma! Find your bargain D60 here too: http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/prod639.html
Moved to deals, it's not really a voucher :) Thanks!