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Nikon D7500 + Nikon 35mm f1.8 Lens - £769 @ Nikon
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Nikon D7500 + Nikon 35mm f1.8 Lens - £769 @ Nikon

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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For cyber week Nikon are doing the D7500 crop sensor DSLR for £769. Normally Nikon’s own pricing is silly prices. This however beats every where else. CameraPriceBuster has it down as £699 body only and £129 for the lens. This gets you a very good prime for £70.
Yes it is a DSLR not mirrorless. It does however share the sensor from the D500 that is great in low light. It also uses the F-mount so most lenses from Nikon’s past will work with it, 60 years worth. Though with no motor drive, D and period series lenses will he manual focus only. AF-S and AF-P lenses will autofocus, A’s will D series owners due to the built in body AF motor.
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I think, and from what I see on photo, the d7xxx series has screw drive motor.
pwel02/12/2019 08:20

I think, and from what I see on photo, the d7xxx series has screw drive …I think, and from what I see on photo, the d7xxx series has screw drive motor.


D7000, D7100 and D7200 do. D7500 doesn’t, will double check though.
Edit: I stand corrected it would appear to have AF motor built in, will update description. Serves me right for believing previous reviews.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 2nd Dec 2019
oos
Yes, out of stock. Can recommend these as a very good quality top end amateur camera. Think they badge it semi pro. Not too heavy either. Not as compact as mirrorless, but good clear optical viewfinder and good battery life. D500 if you need something more robust and faster autofocus.
harmageddon02/12/2019 08:31

oos


BlackCloud02/12/2019 09:30

Yes, out of stock. Can recommend these as a very good quality top end …Yes, out of stock. Can recommend these as a very good quality top end amateur camera. Think they badge it semi pro. Not too heavy either. Not as compact as mirrorless, but good clear optical viewfinder and good battery life. D500 if you need something more robust and faster autofocus.


Nikon needs a rocket up their jacksy. How can they claim to be out of stock. Clearly if anyone has them, they will. They wonder why their market share is slipping.
Won’t expire yet as maybe, someone will wake up this morning and add some stock.
Nice deal for anyone looking to up thier game from D3000 series....I miss my nikon sometimes when it comes to option of buying cheap lenses. I used D5100 for over 6 years and it never let me down.
Great camera and great lens.
I have both...
Showing as in stock as of 11:27!
Good for a filmmaker on a budget?
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