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Nikon D3500 w AF-P Lens Bundle 18-55VR/70-300 at Costco $399.99 11/7-11/12

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$100 manufacturer's savings** is valid 11/7/19 through 11/10/19. While supplies last. Limit 3 per member.

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AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens

AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED Lens

32GB SD Memory Card, Camera Bag & Extra Battery

2 Year Extended Warranty on Camera Body Only

Nikon DSLR Educational Online Class

https://www.costco.com/nikon-d350...61398.html
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This or BuyDig on FP?
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This or BuyDig on FP?
This one has an extra Nikon battery and better warranty. For me it would come down to tax. If Buydig is still tax free in your state, I'd go that way. Otherwise I'd go Costco.
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Costco also has this same bundle in their Holiday Savings ad for the same price from Nov.29th to Dec 2nd. In store or online.
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This one has an extra Nikon battery and better warranty. For me it would come down to tax. If Buydig is still tax free in your state, I'd go that way. Otherwise I'd go Costco.
Ok thanks. Tax for me...... What about the extras with BuyDig? It says two lenses but lists 55mm Macro, Telephoto etc?
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Ok thanks. Tax for me...... What about the extras with BuyDig? It says two lenses but lists 55mm Macro, Telephoto etc?
It is up to you but this is not a real lens. It is something quite cheap that you screw into the 55mm filter thread of the 18-55 lens to make it "macro". I'd rather have a second battery. If want decent macro cheap, get a set of kenko extensions for Nikon or a macro lens. The latter will cost as much as the bundle or more.
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This one has an extra Nikon battery and better warranty. For me it would come down to tax. If Buydig is still tax free in your state, I'd go that way. Otherwise I'd go Costco.
Also has a memory card. I would go w Costco any day with easy returns and in case there is a better deal that comes up on Black Friday
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Also has a memory card. I would go w Costco any day with easy returns and in case there is a better deal that comes up on Black Friday
Costco has one of the best return policy period.
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Costco has one of the best return policy period.
Except cameras fall under the 90 day return policy
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Same bundle on Amazon, $396.95
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Except cameras fall under the 90 day return policy
90 days still well beats the 30 day average for returns.
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For $400...how is this camera? I'm looking something for family photos, photos for trips...
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Same bundle on Amazon, $396.95
$399.95 from Nikon.
https://www.nikonusa.com/en/nikon...d3500.html
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$399.95 from Nikon.
https://www.nikonusa.com/en/nikon...d3500.html [nikonusa.com]
Nikon will cost you an extra $59.96 for the second battery and no SD card. If you want more than 1 year warranty, you have to pay extra for it.
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For $400...how is this camera? I'm looking something for family photos, photos for trips...
Its an entry level DSLR, if youve never owned a nice camera before you should be impressed by it, and its a good idea to learn on a cheaper platform like this or the canon rebel T series cameras. This will get you into the right mindset for photography, teach you the do's and donts, and help you learn what works for you.
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