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Nikon D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only, Refurbished)

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Adorama has Nikon D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only, Refurbished) on sale for $899.95. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Nikon D750 FX-Format Digital SLR Body Only Camera (Refurbished by Nikon U.S.A)
  • EN-EL15 Lithium-Ion Battery
  • MH-25A Battery Charger (Wall Type & No Cord)
  • UC-E17 USB Cable
  • AN-DC14 Neck Strap
  • BF-1B Body Cap
  • DK-5 Eyepiece Shield
  • DK-21 Rubber Eyecup
  • Nikon 90 Day Limited USA Warranty
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FWIW, the Black Friday price for a new D750 is $1000, per the Best Buy ad. If there's an eBay/Rakuten points promo during the sale it would net around the same price for a new body and 9 months longer warranty.
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That is a great deal. The D750 for $900? That's a steal. Great FF camera, great in low light and anyone one wants their first FF camera without breaking the bank should consider this. If you're waiting for buy the replacement to this, spend the saved money on nice glass!
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Although I do love my primes, I would suggest getting a nice zoom like the 24-70 2.8 initially because you'll get a real feel of what focal lengths you prefer to shoot at. I would think that you will be able to shoot 80% of what you want with that lens. I would go 24-70, 70-200 then either a prime or the 14-24 depending on your use case.

Regarding this deal itself, I think it's an amazing camera but if someone is just about to get into buying new glass, I would probably recommend starting with mirrorless. I know DSLRs aren't going anywhere anytime soon but why invest in them if there is a better system already which will only improve with time.
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Do refurbs have all the recall stuff fixed already?
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Do refurbs have all the recall stuff fixed already?
Fixed and I believe Nikon gave them extra warranty coverage on the shutter, new or refurb.
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Thanks. This seems like a nice deal.
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That is a great deal. The D750 for $900? That's a steal. Great FF camera, great in low light and anyone one wants their first FF camera without breaking the bank should consider this. If you're waiting for buy the replacement to this, spend the saved money on nice glass!
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FWIW, the Black Friday price for a new D750 is $1000, per the Best Buy ad. If there's an eBay/Rakuten points promo during the sale it would net around the same price for a new body and 9 months longer warranty.
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That is a great deal. The D750 for $900? That's a steal. Great FF camera, great in low light and anyone one wants their first FF camera without breaking the bank should consider this. If you're waiting for buy the replacement to this, spend the saved money on nice glass!
Which lens do you prefer, this would most probably be my first camera (after doing some research on FF camera), I was thinking to get Nikon 85mm f1.8G; any help is appreciated.
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FWIW, the Black Friday price for a new D750 is $1000, per the Best Buy ad. If there's an eBay/Rakuten points promo during the sale it would net around the same price for a new body and 9 months longer warranty.
Thank you for the input, $1000 would be a good deal to get a new one.
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Which lens do you prefer, this would most probably be my first camera (after doing some research on FF camera), I was thinking to get Nikon 85mm f1.8G; any help is appreciated.
That's a good lens if you are doing portraits. For a more general use lens I'd recommend the 24-70 f2.8 Tamron vc, or 24-120 Nikkor.
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That is a great deal. The D750 for $900? That's a steal. Great FF camera, great in low light and anyone one wants their first FF camera without breaking the bank should consider this. If you're waiting for buy the replacement to this, spend the saved money on nice glass!
Pair this with the Tamron 70-200 2.8 G2 for stunning results on a budget, less than half the cost of Nikon's 70-200 FL.

It's a heavy setup if that matters to you, but worth it for cinematic looking shots. 1080P video is jaw-dropping with the Tamron's excellent IS and corner to corner sharpness.
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Which lens do you prefer, this would most probably be my first camera (after doing some research on FF camera), I was thinking to get Nikon 85mm f1.8G; any help is appreciated.
Although I do love my primes, I would suggest getting a nice zoom like the 24-70 2.8 initially because you'll get a real feel of what focal lengths you prefer to shoot at. I would think that you will be able to shoot 80% of what you want with that lens. I would go 24-70, 70-200 then either a prime or the 14-24 depending on your use case.

Regarding this deal itself, I think it's an amazing camera but if someone is just about to get into buying new glass, I would probably recommend starting with mirrorless. I know DSLRs aren't going anywhere anytime soon but why invest in them if there is a better system already which will only improve with time.
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That's a good lens if you are doing portraits. For a more general use lens I'd recommend the 24-70 f2.8 Tamron vc, or 24-120 Nikkor.
Thank you will look into these
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Although I do love my primes, I would suggest getting a nice zoom like the 24-70 2.8 initially because you'll get a real feel of what focal lengths you prefer to shoot at. I would think that you will be able to shoot 80% of what you want with that lens. I would go 24-70, 70-200 then either a prime or the 14-24 depending on your use case.

Regarding this deal itself, I think it's an amazing camera but if someone is just about to get into buying new glass, I would probably recommend starting with mirrorless. I know DSLRs aren't going anywhere anytime soon but why invest in them if there is a better system already which will only improve with time.
Thank you for your quick reply, as suggested by another user as well i will look into 24-70 2.8. Also that is a very good point you brought here on mirrorless cameras and i did look into them before i finalized on D750, do you think mirrorless are in par with DSLR, which one comes close to D750 and do you think since mirrorless are new in the new market i should wait until they have some maturity or improvement over time? Sorry for asking so many questions.
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Although I do love my primes, I would suggest getting a nice zoom like the 24-70 2.8 initially because you'll get a real feel of what focal lengths you prefer to shoot at. I would think that you will be able to shoot 80% of what you want with that lens. I would go 24-70, 70-200 then either a prime or the 14-24 depending on your use case.

Regarding this deal itself, I think it's an amazing camera but if someone is just about to get into buying new glass, I would probably recommend starting with mirrorless. I know DSLRs aren't going anywhere anytime soon but why invest in them if there is a better system already which will only improve with time.
Well, if you want a native 70-200, it's not even available yet, and when it is released, it will be $2000+. With a z6, that is $3700! The D750 with Tamron 70-200 G2 is just $2100.
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