Nikon D7500 Digital DSLR Camera Body - Black - £899 - Amazon + £85 instant voucer
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Nikon D7500 Digital DSLR Camera Body - Black - £899 - Amazon + £85 instant voucer

£814.99Amazon Deals
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Found 31st JanEdited by:"yeelan"
Now include £85 instant voucher until 4th april

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camera body only

  • Excel in low light with ISO 100-51200 extendable up to ISO 1640000 (equivalent)
  • 20.9 MP DX-format sensor EXPEED 5
  • 51-point AF system will track your subject, lock onto it, and keep it in focus
  • 4K/UHD video footage
  • D7500 Camera Body, AN-DC3 Strap, BF-1B Body Cap, DK-28 Eyepiece Adapter, EN-EL15a Li-ion Battery, MH-25a Battery Charger, UC-E20 USB Cable.
Best price on amazon so far :-

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Hot. Good price for non grey next best is £1,199 (for grey it's £835 @ my fav UK based taxes dealt with no guilt vendor with customer service) so £64 for no complexities, fine. Graph firms me up on opinion it's a mug's game to buy-in early to latest model.
OOS: Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your credit card will not be charged until we ship the item.

Good price for an excellent camera.
Nice camera but removing dual card slot was inexcusable.
faceache2 h, 39 m ago

Hot. Good price for non grey next best is £1,199 (for grey it's £835 @ my f …Hot. Good price for non grey next best is £1,199 (for grey it's £835 @ my fav UK based taxes dealt with no guilt vendor with customer service) so £64 for no complexities, fine. Graph firms me up on opinion it's a mug's game to buy-in early to latest model.


This or the D500 from the "fav UK based taxes dealt with no guilt vendor with customer service"?

Can't decide whether the price difference is worth it.
£1,004.95 now
WalterSmith42 m ago

£1,004.95 now


It's still available, select Amazon as the seller.
faceache4 h, 54 m ago

Hot. Good price for non grey next best is £1,199 (for grey it's £835 @ my f …Hot. Good price for non grey next best is £1,199 (for grey it's £835 @ my fav UK based taxes dealt with no guilt vendor with customer service) so £64 for no complexities, fine. Graph firms me up on opinion it's a mug's game to buy-in early to latest model.


And who's this vendor?
Alllfff13 h, 25 m ago

This or the D500 from the "fav UK based taxes dealt with no guilt vendor …This or the D500 from the "fav UK based taxes dealt with no guilt vendor with customer service"? Can't decide whether the price difference is worth it.


D500 by far.
Dual card slots
Built in viewfinder shutter
Larger and clearer view finder
Built in AF fine tune to make sure your lenses are calibrated
Professional level build quality
D5 level AF
Faster frame per second.
1/8000s shutter
Higher resolution screen
Lower light capable AF

Though all that depends on if you will make use of the differences. Can put up with the additional bulk and the price difference isn’t too much.
Oneday771 h, 9 m ago

D500 by far. Dual card slots Built in viewfinder shutter Larger and …D500 by far. Dual card slots Built in viewfinder shutter Larger and clearer view finder Built in AF fine tune to make sure your lenses are calibrated Professional level build quality D5 level AF Faster frame per second. 1/8000s shutter Higher resolution screen Lower light capable AF Though all that depends on if you will make use of the differences. Can put up with the additional bulk and the price difference isn’t too much.


I think they both have Auto AF fine tune, and both have 1/8000 shutter, but the other differences do make me tilt the D500 way ONCE AGAIN (not sure what the wife will say :s ). Would the D500 option be still this competitive in your books if bought from HDEW or Panamoz? Thanks very much for your opinion.
Edited by: "Alllfff" 1st Feb
Alllfff1 h, 26 m ago

I think they both have Auto AF fine tune, and both have 1/8000 shutter, …I think they both have Auto AF fine tune, and both have 1/8000 shutter, but the other differences do make me tilt the D500 way ONCE AGAIN (not sure what the wife will say :s ). Would the D500 option be still this competitive in your books if bought from HDEW or Panamoz? Thanks very much for your opinion.


I’d missed those 2 points.

Based on some friends who have the D500 and their results. I’d grab one.
Considering switching out my D610 for one but not sure which kidney to sell first.

For me at this price range, the D500 build quality makes the biggest difference along with the AF.
Ordered to replace my D90, thanks.
Had plenty of gift cards and vouchers to use
Edited by: "icstm" 2nd Feb
No stock
TK423 m ago

No stock



correct, read the comments, you can still order.
They have taken payment today, so looks like the order is processing.
They have also increased the price for new orders to ~ £1100
mine arrived on Sunday though still shows OOS
Original Poster
Back on at £899 (temperaily out of stock but can still order )
now with £85 instant voucher until wednesday 4th april
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amazon are not willing to refund the difference in prices
so would have to return item and repurchase
Edited by: "yeelan" 16th Feb
yeelan15 h, 38 m ago

Back on at £899 (temperaily out of stock but can still order )now with £85 …Back on at £899 (temperaily out of stock but can still order )now with £85 instant voucher until wednesday 4th april[Image] amazon are not willing to refund the difference in pricesso would have to return item and repurchase



So right!
I tried to explain that is more work for me and Amazon. Anyway, posted today and will reorder as soon as they process the return.

Anyway, @yeelan thanks for the spot on the voucher
Edited by: "icstm" 17th Feb
yeelan22 h, 14 m ago

Back on at £899 (temperaily out of stock but can still order )now with £85 …Back on at £899 (temperaily out of stock but can still order )now with £85 instant voucher until wednesday 4th april[Image] amazon are not willing to refund the difference in pricesso would have to return item and repurchase



Thanks for that @yeelan. Cancelled my order at £899 & re ordered at £814.99 , just got to see when it`s going to turn up now .
Amazon have reduced the price by a further £20 to £879.99 with the £85 discount that now comes to £794.99, still not in stock but available to order
Original Poster
icstm17th Feb

So right!I tried to explain that is more work for me and Amazon. Anyway, …So right!I tried to explain that is more work for me and Amazon. Anyway, posted today and will reorder as soon as they process the return.Anyway, @yeelan thanks for the spot on the voucher


Did you have to pay for postage?
yeelan4 m ago

Did you have to pay for postage?



Yes, I requested the return during that phone call and still was not offered a paid return sticker.
But given the saving we are about to get, I can hardly complain. It was more the fact we had to both (amazon and us) put extra effort to reship an item the customer wants to keep (but at the new price).

Did you place the new order already?
Do you think prices will drop still further? I don't want the hassle again!
Amazon has increased the price now but still no stock.
Edited by: "ravishk" 27th Feb
Mine is arriving on this Friday. Ordered when there was no stock.
are you prime?
My is arriving next week, not that I am in a rush.
icstm18 h, 15 m ago

are you prime? My is arriving next week, not that I am in a rush.


Yes I am a prime member. Any suggestion on which lens to buy mainly to take family photos indoor/outdoor ? This is my first DSLR. I am looking to buy only one lens which can cover most situations. If you have any suggestion please let me know. Is Nikkor 18-140 a good candidate ?
Edited by: "ravishk" 1st Mar
I've been shooting Nikon DSLR a little while, but am no expert.
The 18-140 is the best kit lens you can get, other manufactures do not do kit lenses this good. But I assume you did not buy it as you got this body only. So I would not bother and look elsewhere

My suggestions are below. They are based on the fact that family shots are often indoors and there you will want some speed to keep the photos bright, sharp and noise free.
"Speed" in lenses mean a larger opening (aperture) measured in f-stops. A smaller F/number is a larger opening.
A feature of an open aperture is that it has a narrow depth of field, this means only part of the image is in focus. Apple iPhones now do this as well it is great for portraits, the face is in focus, but the foreground and background are blurry.

Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC OS HSM
This is a good price at the moment for about £300, rather than £380. It is faster (ie the aperture is more open) than the Nikon lens.
You loose 70-140 but you can get great lenses that are 70-300 and you can get even better fixed aperture f2.8 or f4

Tamron SP 17-50mm VC Di II
They say this is better than the Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 EX DC. Both fast and fixed aperture. Whereas the kit lens and the Sigma above cannot open their apertures as big at the tele end of their zoom (either 170 or 70) these two lens always have f2.87 available.
For your uses, I would get the Sigma above as it has a little more reach (70mm vs 50mm)

You might even want a prime
Nikon Nikkor DX 35mm f1.8
This is great for family shots, really sharp, fast lens, and very affordable.
Unlike all other lenses here it does not Image Stabilisation. Nikon call theirs VR, Sigma OS, Tamrom VC, Canon IS. For a zoom lens I think stabilisation is great. I would like it on a prime (prime just means fixed zoom) but it would make the lens heavier and harder to make this sharp.

A great tele zoom to add later is:
Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VR
There are cheaper lenses by Sigma, but this is really great. Loads of reach at 300mm.
The AF-P is better in movie mode.
70-300 is great for outdoors and at 70 this lens can even take good face shots in WELL lit areas. Stabilisation is necessary here and this has a modern VR mode.


What would I buy?
Tamron SP 17-50mm VC Di II & Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VR
Once I am ready to buy a third Nikon Nikkor DX 35mm f1.8

What should I buy if only buying 1 lens?
Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC OS HSM


Or I might get a this, a single jack-of-all-trades lens
Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300 mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR
Edited by: "icstm" 1st Mar
icstm2 h, 37 m ago

I've been shooting Nikon DSLR a little while, but am no expert.The 18-140 …I've been shooting Nikon DSLR a little while, but am no expert.The 18-140 is the best kit lens you can get, other manufactures do not do kit lenses this good. But I assume you did not buy it as you got this body only. So I would not bother and look elsewhereMy suggestions are below. They are based on the fact that family shots are often indoors and there you will want some speed to keep the photos bright, sharp and noise free. "Speed" in lenses mean a larger opening (aperture) measured in f-stops. A smaller F/number is a larger opening.A feature of an open aperture is that it has a narrow depth of field, this means only part of the image is in focus. Apple iPhones now do this as well it is great for portraits, the face is in focus, but the foreground and background are blurry. Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC OS HSMThis is a good price at the moment for about £300, rather than £380. It is faster (ie the aperture is more open) than the Nikon lens. You loose 70-140 but you can get great lenses that are 70-300 and you can get even better fixed aperture f2.8 or f4Tamron SP 17-50mm VC Di IIThey say this is better than the Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 EX DC. Both fast and fixed aperture. Whereas the kit lens and the Sigma above cannot open their apertures as big at the tele end of their zoom (either 170 or 70) these two lens always have f2.87 available.For your uses, I would get the Sigma above as it has a little more reach (70mm vs 50mm)You might even want a primeNikon Nikkor DX 35mm f1.8This is great for family shots, really sharp, fast lens, and very affordable.Unlike all other lenses here it does not Image Stabilisation. Nikon call theirs VR, Sigma OS, Tamrom VC, Canon IS. For a zoom lens I think stabilisation is great. I would like it on a prime (prime just means fixed zoom) but it would make the lens heavier and harder to make this sharp.A great tele zoom to add later is:Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VRThere are cheaper lenses by Sigma, but this is really great. Loads of reach at 300mm.The AF-P is better in movie mode.70-300 is great for outdoors and at 70 this lens can even take good face shots in WELL lit areas. Stabilisation is necessary here and this has a modern VR mode.What would I buy?Tamron SP 17-50mm VC Di II & Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4.5-6.3G ED VROnce I am ready to buy a third Nikon Nikkor DX 35mm f1.8What should I buy if only buying 1 lens?Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC OS HSMOr I might get a this, a single jack-of-all-trades lens Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300 mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR


Thank you very much.
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