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Nikon D7000 Body Only £877.76 @ E-Shopbrokers
Nikon D7000 Body Only £877.76 @ E-Shopbrokers

Nikon D7000 Body Only £877.76 @ E-Shopbrokers

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This is the cheapest you'll find it. Over a grand on most websites.

Never used this company before and they turned up with the goods. I'm a very happy man.

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Original Poster

I can't edit the faulty link for some reason. Direct link below. Original deal price £877.76.

Link here

Edited by: "Sancho" 9th Nov 2010

Out of stock

Original Poster

Sockpuppetuk

Out of stock



It's said that constantly on the website for the past few months and to my surprise it's arrived today. It's worth it for a pre-order at that price. They must just be getting their stock now.



Edited by: "Sancho" 8th Nov 2010

I know I'm going to get flamed to hell, but if you're going to spend £900-£1000, save some more and buy a D700

The difference between DX and FX cameras is all of the difference in the world.

Original Poster

At the end of the day this is the cheapest that you'll find it. I'm sure anyone in the market for a D7000 will be intrested.

There's a stock shortage anyhow on the D7000. This relatively unknown company are clearly just receiving them and there's a chance you could be at the top of the list.

I was dubious at first. I thought it was a miss-price. It might be worth contacting them first to see the actual stock availability.
Edited by: "Sancho" 8th Nov 2010

wish i could afford sumthing like this, not that i would know what to do with it

Original Poster

joeprosho

wish i could afford sumthing like this, not that i would know what to do … wish i could afford sumthing like this, not that i would know what to do with it



Buy the D40, you'll love it!

Seem to be a legitimate company with an established eBay presence.

londislagerhound

I know I'm going to get flamed to hell, but if you're going to spend … I know I'm going to get flamed to hell, but if you're going to spend £900-£1000, save some more and buy a D700The difference between DX and FX cameras is all of the difference in the world.



Reviews suggest this is likely to be a hugely popular and successful camera. I think you may be right when you suggest that your comment may attract an adverse reaction...

UK warranty or grey import?

Original Poster

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valueseeker

UK warranty or grey import?



I have a UK warranty card with it.

This is hot.

A ISO 3200 sample from me below. It makes my D40 look prehistoric.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4070/5158696717_f7b6674fa4_z.jpg
NIKON D7000 IS0 3200 JPEG by Chris. W, on Flickr


Edited by: "Sancho" 8th Nov 2010

Original Poster

It's dropped by another £10.

londislagerhound

I know I'm going to get flamed to hell, but if you're going to spend … I know I'm going to get flamed to hell, but if you're going to spend £900-£1000, save some more and buy a D700The difference between DX and FX cameras is all of the difference in the world.



And new lenses to go with it, as DX dinnae work.

D700 being replaced soon, you'd be mad to buy just now as the price is bound to tumble.

Original Poster

...and it's gone back up, now £919.20. It's still cheapest I think.
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