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Nikon D750 DSLR 24.3MP HD 1080p FX-Format Digital SLR Camera (Body) -Refurbished +Free Google Home Mini $1200

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BuyDig via eBay has the REFURBISHED Nikon D750 FX-format DSLR (Body Only) in stock. Free shipping.

Order by May 20 and (if stock remains) get a free Google Home Mini from eBay. *Expired*
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If you're invested in a Nikon system and FX glass, and need a spare full format body, it's a great deal. Nikon USA refurb.




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Last Edited by eyewerks May 21, 2018 at 12:17 PM
QA edit: Info on Free Google Home Mini here https://www.ebay.com/rpp/64608

On May 21 and 22, get 8% eBay buck$ back on in-app purchases and 6% back on purchases made on the website.
YMMV. Check your eBay account to activate bonus eBay buck$ promotion.

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Good deal if warranty is important to you. I took my chances with grey market and got a new D750 for $1200 - no warranty but I'd rather that than refurbished, pick your preference!
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How much is the warranty?
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Good deal if warranty is important to you. I took my chances with grey market and got a new D750 for $1200 - no warranty but I'd rather that than refurbished, pick your preference!
I don't mind new grey market with extended warranty vs refurb... but in this case, these will have had the recall repair though. Not yours, depending when you got it.
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its held its value pretty well, now its time to drop like there aint no tomorrrrawwwww
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Fantastic deal, I wish the D750 had dropped in price faster but this is shiny.
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More of a general question, what's the difference between buying directly from an online retailer and through their ebay accounts? In this case, it seems like buydig is selling this [buydig.com] for $200 less on ebay, so is there a tradeoff?
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More of a general question, what's the difference between buying directly from an online retailer and through their ebay accounts? In this case, it seems like buydig is selling this [buydig.com] for $200 less on ebay, so is there a tradeoff?

The difference is that you save $200 (and get $12 in eBay buck$ plus a free Google Home Mini).
If there is any disadvantage it is having to pay through PayPal (which has its pros and cons).

BuyDig (and other online merchants) often sell items at a discount on eBay.
Whenever I've encountered bumps in the road when buying from BuyDig on eBay their customer service has been indistinguishable from the experience one gets when purchasing directly from their site. They really do stand behind their transactions.
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Have a D300 DX body, 1 DX lens and 1 FX lens. Been looking to get a full frame for some wider shots + the D750 has video. Worth it or wait? Not in a rush.
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Have a D300 DX body, 1 DX lens and 1 FX lens. Been looking to get a full frame for some wider shots + the D750 has video. Worth it or wait? Not in a rush.
It's still one of the best values out there, and a killer camera in its own right. Best cam purchase I have ever made.
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Have a D300 DX body, 1 DX lens and 1 FX lens. Been looking to get a full frame for some wider shots + the D750 has video. Worth it or wait? Not in a rush.

Shooting "wider" is hardly a reason to go full frame.
I imagine your logic is that with a full frame sensor your FX Lens will have a shorter effective focal length than it does on your DX body. The real advantage is the light gathering potential.

The D750's video capability is 1080p, while newer Nikon DSLRs can do 4K video.

One FX Lens isn't enough of an investment in a system to buy the D750, unless you want to go full frame for other reasons.

Many people might advise you to wait as they're all anticipating Nikon announcing new full frame mirrorless cameras, and no one is sure about what Nikon will do with regard to the lens mount. Worst case, they change the mount entirely and you're stuck with a body that uses F-mount glass. The upside is, should that happen, the cost of FX glass should take a dive you'll be able to afford more lenses.

The D750 is a great camera. $1200 is a great price. If you plan to buy more FX glass consider it, but don't buy it if all you want to do is get wider shots from your one lens.
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The difference is that you save $200 (and get $12 in eBay buck$ plus a free Google Home Mini).
If there is any disadvantage it is having to pay through PayPal (which has its pros and cons).

BuyDig (and other online merchants) often sell items at a discount on eBay.
Whenever I've encountered bumps in the road when buying from BuyDig on eBay their customer service has been indistinguishable from the experience one gets when purchasing directly from their site. They really do stand behind their transactions.
Don't forget the extra 5% back from freedom on paypal purchases.
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Shooting "wider" is hardly a reason to go full frame.
I imagine your logic is that with a full frame sensor your FX Lens will have a shorter effective focal length than it does on your DX body. The real advantage is the light gathering potential.

The D750's video capability is 1080p, while newer Nikon DSLRs can do 4K video.

One FX Lens isn't enough of an investment in a system to buy the D750, unless you want to go full frame for other reasons.

Many people might advise you to wait as they're all anticipating Nikon announcing new full frame mirrorless cameras, and no one is sure about what Nikon will do with regard to the lens mount. Worst case, they change the mount entirely and you're stuck with a body that uses F-mount glass. The upside is, should that happen, the cost of FX glass should take a dive you'll be able to afford more lenses.

The D750 is a great camera. $1200 is a great price. If you plan to buy more FX glass consider it, but don't buy it if all you want to do is get wider shots from your one lens.
Thanks for the info. Great points. Wider would not be the only reason why I would commit to getting a full frame. The newer full frame + 4K are a bit more dough than I'm currently willing to dish out.

I'll probably wait to see what Nikon's new offering is before making a decision.
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It's still one of the best values out there, and a killer camera in its own right. Best cam purchase I have ever made.
Agree. Built solid imo.
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