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Not a bad deal. $500 is $500. Depends on how taxes work out in your state. I lucked out and found an open box US version from a non-authroized dealer but only paid 2050 for it... It had 2 on the shutter.. So basically saved $1000 but gave up the warranty... It is one heck of a camera though and out of the 20 or so cameras I have shot with it is the best for me...
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I would say only warm-ish on this deal. Right now, Nikon has rebates on practically their entire lineup of cameras and lenses. You can get the D850 (body only) for $2995.95 from reputable stores like Adorama, BH, BestBuy, Amazon, etc, which will come with Nikon's standard warranty included (buying from BH right now is a decent bet because you;ll receive 2% back in the form of BH rewards as well as have the tax covered by their new program. You can also have them 'price match' the bundle deals Adorama has (like ProFoto tripod inclusions, or filter kits)).

If someone REALLY needs to save the $500, they'll probably get a decent D850 with a relatively low shutter count, seeing as how this was released in the latter-half of 2017. Personally, I would buy the camera new.
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Not a bad deal. $500 is $500. Depends on how taxes work out in your state. I lucked out and found an open box US version from a non-authroized dealer but only paid 2050 for it... It had 2 on the shutter.. So basically saved $1000 but gave up the warranty... It is one heck of a camera though and out of the 20 or so cameras I have shot with it is the best for me...
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Fantastic camera. Six months of shooting with one and it's been a bigger upgrade over my D750 than I initially thought it would. I shoot a lot of kids sports and the AF is a very noticeable improvement. As is the ability to crop the hell out of photos and still retain incredible detail.

It can be a little noisier than the D750, but I've found you can get fairly generous with noise reduction on the D850 files.

I've also noticed that I need less fine tuning of lenses on the D850 than i did the D750. Probably just a quirk of my D750 copy.
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agree on the warm deal. $500 is worth the peace of mind to me for a full actual Nikon warranty. read the terms of the 1 year extended warranty, it's not through Nikon and more restrictive (hence the $49 value)
https://www.cpscentral.com/standa...onditions/

been shooting with my d850 since November 2017 and it's been perfect. upgraded from the d800e and had the sony nex7 & nikon d7000 before it.
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agree on the warm deal. $500 is worth the peace of mind to me for a full actual Nikon warranty. read the terms of the 1 year extended warranty, it's not through Nikon and more restrictive (hence the $49 value)
https://www.cpscentral.com/standa...onditions/ [cpscentral.com]

been shooting with my d850 since November 2017 and it's been perfect. upgraded from the d800e and had the sony nex7 & nikon d7000 before it.
Agree. I love my D850 - best Nikon digital I've owned outside of the unicorn D70. Also, don't forget to use your CSR or Amex to extend the Nikon Warranty to 3 years.
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Best DSLR ever made
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What is the file size of the images?
Would it be best to wait for a mirrorless camera in a year or so?
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I think I'll spend $300 more for a brand new z7 over this
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I think I'll spend $300 more for a brand new z7 over this
Sweet go for it. Hopefully you don't need a proven AF system for moving subjects, any kind of speed (FPS) or buffer. Hopefully you have tiny lenses (and hands) too so it balances OK with the Z7.
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What is the file size of the images?
Would it be best to wait for a mirrorless camera in a year or so?
I would rather get Z6 if you want now or wait if you can. Something better always come along
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Still rockin d750 after 5 years.
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Still rockin d750 after 5 years.
Ditto, I think D750 is still relevant in terms of the image quality, dynamic range, noise level... to today's new cameras. I love how compact and light weight it is and the handling / performance still very good and the file sizes are very manageable for events/ weddings. I was going to upgrade to 2x D810s but the image quality is not night and day different..actually I preferred the sharpness on D750 so I held off from the upgrade. I might look into D850 but I'm not sure if I'd need all that 45.7mp huge files...let's see.
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What is the file size of the images?
Would it be best to wait for a mirrorless camera in a year or so?
Full-sized JPEGs are around 20-24mb. NEFS are much larger - double.
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