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Promoted 12-23-2015 by johnny_miller at 11:44 AM View Original Post
Update: This popular deal is now available again.

Adorama.com has Nikon D7100 24.1MP Digital SLR Camera Body Only (Refurbished) w/ Nikon Wireless Mobile Adapter (WU-1A) on sale for $479 w/ $9.58 in Adorama Rewards. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Written by johnny_miller

  • For in-depth reviews of the Nikon D7100, head over to CNET & PCMag
  • This price is now $10 less than the previous Frontpage deal. -johnny_miller

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Edited December 23, 2015 at 11:40 AM by johnny_miller
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Also free " Corel Paint Shop Pro X7 w/ Honestech Video Editor "
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excellent dslr at a great price, might buy one for backup situation
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Ive been waiting for a good deal on a 3300. I'm just starting out and I fear this one may be too much camera for me.
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Bought this last go around from adorama for $500. Love this camera.
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easily the best bang for your buck if your a nikonian with some decent glass.
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Meh, you can get this directly from Adorama on the bay for $489.99. If you wait for a 5x ebay bucks deal you would get $49 back making it $441.
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This camera is ridiculously great.... amazing prices we're seeing lately. I have a refurbished D7100 from the $499 deal a few weeks ago.
It is sweet.
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I was on the fence about buying this... Thanks for the post, I'll run the risk of losing out but I'm going to wait on the 5x eBay deal... Who knows maybe even a better price might show up while I'm waiting. Big thumbs up for the tip!

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Meh, you can get this directly from Adorama on the bay for $489.99. If you wait for a 5x ebay bucks deal you would get $49 back making it $441.
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Ive been waiting for a good deal on a 3300. I'm just starting out and I fear this one may be too much camera for me.
you can shoot in green and grow into it
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is this similar to Canon 70D?
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If $50 makes the difference and you don't know what you are doing with a camera yet a pass might be in order. The camera gear hole goes deep unless you are really disciplined and shooting this thing in auto is just going to result in "why did I buy this, it looks like my cell phone" syndrome. I think that is more true of this Toshiba sensor than the other models with a Sony in general. The D5100/7000 were magical in my book and the 3300 looks pretty darn good for the $ out of the camera, but it's personal preference.

I picked up a D5100 with 1,000 shots and 4 lenses (35, 50, 18-55VR, 55-200VR) plus all sorts of extras for $400 today because the owner bought it and figured out how much you have put into it and gave it up and it sat and sat.

Cautionary tale. Flipping gear from these situations is how I've now funded my whole kit and am now in the black.

Flip side, I have a D7100 that I bought in Jan for $700 and it's great. Would pay that price again. Messing with the D5100 it arguably has better high ISO performance and the photos are warmer to start, which I like, but now that I am used to a bigger body and buttons and dials for days I would never go back. I am a little guilty of sloppy shooting so the 5 shot bracketing and extra MP for post crop comes in handy too.
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If $50 makes the difference and you don't know what you are doing with a camera yet a pass might be in order. The camera gear hole goes deep unless you are really disciplined and shooting this thing in auto is just going to result in "why did I buy this, it looks like my cell phone" syndrome. I think that is more true of this Toshiba sensor than the other models with a Sony in general. The D5100/7000 were magical in my book and the 3300 looks pretty darn good for the $ out of the camera, but it's personal preference.

I picked up a D5100 with 1,000 shots and 4 lenses (35, 50, 18-55VR, 55-200VR) plus all sorts of extras for $400 today because the owner bought it and figured out how much you have put into it and gave it up and it sat and sat.

Cautionary tale. Flipping gear from these situations is how I've now funded my whole kit and am now in the black.

Flip side, I have a D7100 that I bought in Jan for $700 and it's great. Would pay that price again. Messing with the D5100 it arguably has better high ISO performance and the photos are warmer to start, which I like, but now that I am used to a bigger body and buttons and dials for days I would never go back. I am a little guilty of sloppy shooting so the 5 shot bracketing and extra MP for post crop comes in handy too.
If you don't know what you are doing with a camera then you should either not buy a dslr or have yourself examined for a small dick inferiority complex. This is way too much camera for 99% of the general population, but is a mind blowing amazing deal for those who know what to do with it. Tg prices on previous generation stuff continue to blow my mind. $480 on a refurb D7100, $1250 on a used D800e with 10k clicks. Insane, simply insane.
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Wow. Great deal. This is my primary camera and I love it. Almost worth buying another as a backup but I don't put enough clicks on mine to warrant it. Thanks for posting!
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