Nikon Cashback on purchases - up to £160 on certain cameras and lens
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Nikon Cashback on purchases - up to £160 on certain cameras and lens

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Found 15th Oct 2013
From tomorrow (16 October) until 26 January, Nikon are offering Cashback on lenses, cameras and more.

Must be purchased from authorised retailer and not grey import.

Examples:

D3100 - £20
D3200 -£30
D5200 - £50
D7000 - £70
D7100 -£100

As Argos £5/£10 vouchers were posted as a deal, figured Nikon Cashback could also...

upto £440 cashback with D800 + 24-70 lens + 70-200 lens
- Thomablue

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Link to terms

nikon.co.uk/sit…tml
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One to note:

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.

Original Poster

Thanks simplyjimbo - good point

simplyjimbo

Link to … Link to termshttp://www.nikon.co.uk/sites/cashback/dslr_uk.html#terms.........One to note: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.



because, virtually all marketplace sellers sell grey imports (which is not covered by Nikon UK warranty anyway)

Thanks! May be time for a new camera!

also it should be pinted out nikon will refuse warranty on marketplace items regardless of if they UK products or not, they use a loophole to basically not fix anything sold through amazon marketplace. source: experience.

D800 plus 24-70 f/2.8 £280 cash back.
Nice.

Was interested in The D5100 so looks like be no cash back for this.

cbstar

Was interested in The D5100 so looks like be no cash back for this.


Go for Pentax k-30 then.

Original Poster

I have D5100 - very good but wish I went for D7000
After few months use. Selling mine on here

doobyduck

I have D5100 - very good but wish I went for D7000After few months use. … I have D5100 - very good but wish I went for D7000After few months use. Selling mine on here



Cashback on the D7000 is good and its a very good camera; had one now for over a year.

these cashback deals seem to be constant for Nikon and Canon, getting as bad as the DFS sale

Category

Model

Cashback Value

DSLR

D3100 £20

D3200 £30

D5200 £50

D7000 £70

D7100 £100

D800 £160


DX Lens

35mm F1.8 £20

40mm F2.8 £20

55-200MM nonVR £20

55-200MM VR £30

55-300mm VR £40

16-85mm £50

18-140mm VR £50

18-200mm VR II £60

18-300mm VR £70


FX Lens

70-300MM VR £40

105MM VR MICRO £60

28-300mm VR £70

24-70mm £120

70-200MM VR II £160


Flash

SB-400 £20

SB-700 £40

SB-910 £60


Nikon 1

S1 £20

J3 £50

V2 £80


1 NIKKOR

18.5mm £20


Binocular

EDG 7 x 42 DCF
EDG 8 x 42 DCF
EDG 10 x 42 DCF
EDG 8 x 32 DCF
EDG 10 x 32 DCF

£250

i was interested at one stage in a nikon d600 (13 Sep 2012) now i see in just over a year they have the nikon d610...wow how to undervalue a camera...all this versioning really devalues their products for me

Very nice :).....after the D7000 but annoying i cant buy from a marketplace seller fulfilled by Amazon!!!

Best i can see is sold by Amazon £579 - £70 cash back £509

Crazy how even after cashback, it's cheaper to buy from DigitalRev than an official UK supplier (even Amazon). This is for the product I'm interested in, at any rate. Just goes to show how much we're getting stiffed!

joshm

Crazy how even after cashback, it's cheaper to buy from DigitalRev than … Crazy how even after cashback, it's cheaper to buy from DigitalRev than an official UK supplier (even Amazon). This is for the product I'm interested in, at any rate. Just goes to show how much we're getting stiffed!



What's the situation with warranty on digital rev then? will nikon still cover you?

cardisnor

What's the situation with warranty on digital rev then? will nikon still … What's the situation with warranty on digital rev then? will nikon still cover you?



DigitalRev offer their own warranty, but for lenses I believe that Nikon will cover it - it's only bodies they are fussy about. I have no 1st-hand experience of this but I believe it to be the case.

Original Poster

Sphinx

CategoryModelCashback ValueDSLRD3100 £20D3200 £30D5200 £50D7000 £70D7100 £ … CategoryModelCashback ValueDSLRD3100 £20D3200 £30D5200 £50D7000 £70D7100 £100D800 £160DX Lens35mm F1.8 £2040mm F2.8 £2055-200MM nonVR £2055-200MM VR £3055-300mm VR £4016-85mm £5018-140mm VR £5018-200mm VR II £6018-300mm VR £70FX Lens70-300MM VR £40105MM VR MICRO £6028-300mm VR £7024-70mm £12070-200MM VR II £160FlashSB-400 £20SB-700 £40SB-910 £60Nikon 1S1 £20J3 £50V2 £801 NIKKOR18.5mm £20BinocularEDG 7 x 42 DCFEDG 8 x 42 DCFEDG 10 x 42 DCFEDG 8 x 32 DCFEDG 10 x 32 DCF£250



Thanks Sphinx - was gonna do similar when I originally posted, but was tricky typing on iPad.

Hmmm... Interesting.

SB-910 = £323.15 (Amazon Direct)
Cashback = £60 (Prepaid Mastercard)
Total = £263.15

Can's see cheaper than that!

D3200 is still cheaper at portusdigital for a grey import. They give a two year warranty and UK plug adapter too. £299 delivered.

Remember and check the Dixons at the airport, usually lowest prices around and they are accepted for the cashback.

WalterSmith

Remember and check the Dixons at the airport, usually lowest prices … Remember and check the Dixons at the airport, usually lowest prices around and they are accepted for the cashback.



Who's off to Dixon's at the airport then...?

It be my first dslr was going for one with a LCD Screen can move like the D5100 any other suggestions under £500 if possible.

cbstar

It be my first dslr was going for one with a LCD Screen can move like the … It be my first dslr was going for one with a LCD Screen can move like the D5100 any other suggestions under £500 if possible.


Canon 600D.

joshm

DigitalRev offer their own warranty, but for lenses I believe that Nikon … DigitalRev offer their own warranty, but for lenses I believe that Nikon will cover it - it's only bodies they are fussy about. I have no 1st-hand experience of this but I believe it to be the case.



grey import items (identified by serial numbers) - whether body/lens are not eligible for Nikon UK warranty. (hence, the likes of DigitalRev offers their own warranty)
Exception applies, for products purchased by pro's under NPS, but thats a completely different channel.

Hate companies following such practices, but this has become a norm these days. The Mercedes Benz' case in USA has set another precedent and next we have Samsung introducing regional locking of new Galaxy Note!!!
Edited by: "foxabcd1234" 16th Oct 2013

just bought a D7100 off amazon.co.uk for £807 so after the cash back the price is the same as on hdew cameras but its uk stock so if anything does go wrong it should be covered by Nikon.

I just hope they accept the cash back from amazon as I selected amazon.co.uk as the seller but on my order from it says sold by amazon.eu.

afroylnt

Cashback on the D7000 is good and its a very good camera; had one now for … Cashback on the D7000 is good and its a very good camera; had one now for over a year.



Just got myself a second-hand D700 with 4400 shutter count for £450. Fantastic beast (heavy though). Upgraded from a D40x
If you don't mind grey imports (same thing - just that Nikon wont give warranty), cheapest place is HERE which is with the excellent 18-105 Nikkor lens (they do offer 3 years of their own warranty - not sure what thats like!)

dca860

Just got myself a second-hand D700 with 4400 shutter count for £450. … Just got myself a second-hand D700 with 4400 shutter count for £450. Fantastic beast (heavy though). Upgraded from a D40xIf you don't mind grey imports (same thing - just that Nikon wont give warranty), cheapest place is HERE which is with the excellent 18-105 Nikkor lens (they do offer 3 years of their own warranty - not sure what thats like!)



That's an amazing price for a D700; where the hell did you get that from?!!!

joshm

Canon 600D.



But the nikon d5100 is a far better camera than the canon 600d.

Original Poster

I'm sure you can get some lenses cheaper from grey imports...

BUT

It's great to support local shops in this country too - I'm lucky to live in Salisbury where we have the excellent Castle Cameras shop (on Endless Street - misleading name as it's less than 100 metres long...)

They sell Nikon 35mm f/1.8G for £149 - with £20 cash back, this is cheaper than I can see on any other website and supports my local independent shop.

That's why I posted this deal and think it's hot! By all means, buy from importers as in some cases it may be cheaper, but don't forget your local expert shops too where you can try before you buy, otherwise our town centres will be full of chain stores.:D

doobyduck

I'm sure you can get some lenses cheaper from grey imports...BUTIt's … I'm sure you can get some lenses cheaper from grey imports...BUTIt's great to support local shops in this country too - I'm lucky to live in Salisbury where we have the excellent Castle Cameras shop (on Endless Street - misleading name as it's less than 100 metres long...) They sell Nikon 35mm f/1.8G for £149 - with £20 cash back, this is cheaper than I can see on any other website and supports my local independent shop.That's why I posted this deal and think it's hot! By all means, buy from importers as in some cases it may be cheaper, but don't forget your local expert shops too where you can try before you buy, otherwise our town centres will be full of chain stores.:D



Well, you're lucky then. As much as I'd like to support my local shop its prices are a joke.

Example: Used 55-200mm Nikkor VR, 3 month warranty = £150. Price new on Amazon - before cashback, 2 year warranty = £139 (109 after cashback). No contest.

Edited by: "joshm" 17th Oct 2013

jasonh1339

But the nikon d5100 is a far better camera than the canon 600d.



No it isn't. They both have good points, I had both and preferred the output and handling of the Canon.
Each to their own.

jasonh1339

But the nikon d5100 is a far better camera than the canon 600d.


Statements without arguments. Pointless.

MaximusRo

Statements without arguments. Pointless.



So you need to argue to get your point across? Are you serious.
I owned both and much preferred the nikon D5100 and nearly every review would back up why I said its a better camera than the canon 600d.
If your going to use the camera mainly for photos then the nikon D5100 is far better, if you want to do a mix of photos and videoing then go for the canon 600d.
Edited by: "jasonh1339" 20th Oct 2013

cbstar

Was interested in The D5100 so looks like be no cash back for this.



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!)

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

Taz1529

So overwhelmed with options with DSLR's. Everytime a deal comes up I'm … 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 etcThe 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



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.

This deal is still live till 26th January 2014

Original Poster

christopherrosenfeld

This deal is still live till 26th January 2014



Cheers Christopher
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