Nikon D7000 DSLR Body only, £849 at Jacobs Digital. Instore only.
Nikon D7000 DSLR Body only, £849 at Jacobs Digital. Instore only.

Nikon D7000 DSLR Body only, £849 at Jacobs Digital. Instore only.

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Jacobs have started doing £100 instant rebates off the Nikon D7000 Body only. You don't need to send off the these, the rebate is taken off at the till so you only pay £849.

They are still prices at £949 online though so if you want the additional £100 off then you'll have to find a store.

There is a poster in the window of the sheffield store but I don't see why it wouldn't be nationwide. Probably best to call your local branch before popping in.


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Forgot to mention in the original post (plus I'm not sure it counts as part of the deal), but as part of getting the £100 instant rebate if you supply an email address then you'll get sent an email from Nikon with money off the following items

£100 Off - 10-24mm f3.5-4.5G AF-S DX
£50 Off - 16-85mm f3.5-5.6G ED VR AF-S DX
£50 Off - 18-200mm VR
£50 Off - 70-300MM F4.5-5.6G AF-S VR IF-ED
£30 Off - SB600 or SB700
£10 Off - EN-EL15 Battery
£30 Off - MB-D11 Battery Grip
£10 Off - SLR System Bag
£10 Off - 35mm f1.8G AF-S DX

This deal must be done with selected Nikon sellers, I saw the same deal listed at Wilkinson Cameras instore. They were listing the D7000 body at £899.00 with instant £100 off, so you pay £799.00 instore. They also mentioned the same money off deals as Jacobs. This is a brilliant price for that body, was really tempted but ive still got Canon blood running through me.

Good Deal seems the price on this is dropping quick, Ive been waiting till it hits sub £800, but at the same time I kind of want to hold on till some news/specs is released about the d300s replacement.

hhhmmm interesting with the 16-85mm makes a great kit...


After seeing the cameralabs video review highlighting the limitations of the D7000 buffer for continuous shooting.
I'm leaning to a Canon 60D or 7D

Was originally going on feel but prefering the pictures of the Canon now and feel the Nikon has a tendency to over-expose

2 pence spent.
Edited by: "ssvirk" 26th Feb 2011
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