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Promoted 10-26-2016 by Randy71 at 04:42 PM View Original Post
Adorama.com has Nikon D750 Full Frame DSLR Camera (Body Only, Refurbished) on sale for $1399. Shipping is free. Thanks Tatumrae

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Comes with a 90-Day Warranty. For an in-depth review of the Nikon D750 Camera, head over to Digital Photography Review

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Edited October 28, 2016 at 02:35 PM by cricket702
Update: price is now $1399 + free shipping


Adorama [adorama.com] has the Refurbished Nikon D750 (Body Only) for $1499.95 with free shipping and no tax.

Roughly $160 cheaper than buying direct from Nikon and includes the same 90-day warranty (refurbished models).
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The D810 is a great body though I wouldn't suggest it for wedding photography outside of portraits where your subject is still. For general photojournalistic type images where people are moving around, the D750 is perfect. The D750 has better AF and ISO performance over the D810. With the D810, any slight movement will show up on the final image when zoomed in due to the high resolution. The 24mp of the D750 is more than adequate and the dynamic range is still very good compared to the D810. Another plus with the D750 is that it weighs less, even with the added grip, which means a lot after a full day of shooting a wedding. This is coming from someone who shot with 2 D700 bodies for 4 years which is near identical in size and weight. I thought it would take a little bit getting used to the size and controls, but it was pretty easy. Also, I got both of my D750 bodies with genuine Nikon grips, less than 10K on the shutters, & with 4+ months left on factory warranty for between $1400-1500 used. One on ebay and another through a private seller. With this refurbished deal, I wouldn't be worried about the 3 month warranty. Just use the camera a lot in those first 3 months. If anything is wrong with the camera, you're going to find out pretty soon anyways.

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3 month warranty
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3 month warranty
You're right, I'll revise my wording. Should say, "Includes same refurbished warranty that Nikon offers"
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I'm missing the days when $1300 gray market bodies would pop up all the time.
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B&H photo has it at same price
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._body.html

Just an FYI most of these refurbished models have dead pixels on the LCD
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Quote from dragoNav View Post :
B&H photo has it at same price
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._body.html

Just an FYI most of these refurbished models have dead pixels on the LCD
Thanks! When I looked earlier, I didn't see any 750s refurbished on their site, I must have missed it.
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Would it be better to buy from adorama or BHphoto? Who is know for better customer service? Also is there an extended third party warranty that would cover these refurbs?
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Anyone has some review for this nikon D750?
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This review has made me really want one for a while now. But I think I'll stick to the D3200 I picked up at a local pawn shop for $160 (with less than 2000 on the shutter count).

http://petapixel.com/2014/10/14/n...d-monster/
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I got a Gray market D810 for 2k on eBay last month. The seller offers a one year warranty. Good price for a D750 but if you do a lot of portraits or wedding photography then an extra 500 for the D810 isn't bad at all.
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want to get this one,maybe next month
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Would it be better to buy from adorama or BHphoto? Who is know for better customer service? Also is there an extended third party warranty that would cover these refurbs?
Both are good. I would suggest you call up Adorama they might reduce the price a little. That's what happened to me. I got my D750 2 weeks back from Adorama for 1499.95 while it was listed at 1549.95 on their site. Also the 3rd party spill warranty provided by Adorama is cheaper at 78.95. I believe at BHPhoto it's slightly expensive
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Cameta.com has the same item at 1599.99
The only difference being they offer a 1 year warranty. 90 day warranty by Nikon and the rest covered by the seller. I called them for a price match and they wouldn't agree. I did get 2 refurb D750 from them. They had shutter count of 37 and 52. Unfortunately had to return them because of dead pixels on the LCD which was bothering me
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I got a Gray market D810 for 2k on eBay last month. The seller offers a one year warranty. Good price for a D750 but if you do a lot of portraits or wedding photography then an extra 500 for the D810 isn't bad at all.
The D810 is a great body though I wouldn't suggest it for wedding photography outside of portraits where your subject is still. For general photojournalistic type images where people are moving around, the D750 is perfect. The D750 has better AF and ISO performance over the D810. With the D810, any slight movement will show up on the final image when zoomed in due to the high resolution. The 24mp of the D750 is more than adequate and the dynamic range is still very good compared to the D810. Another plus with the D750 is that it weighs less, even with the added grip, which means a lot after a full day of shooting a wedding. This is coming from someone who shot with 2 D700 bodies for 4 years which is near identical in size and weight. I thought it would take a little bit getting used to the size and controls, but it was pretty easy. Also, I got both of my D750 bodies with genuine Nikon grips, less than 10K on the shutters, & with 4+ months left on factory warranty for between $1400-1500 used. One on ebay and another through a private seller. With this refurbished deal, I wouldn't be worried about the 3 month warranty. Just use the camera a lot in those first 3 months. If anything is wrong with the camera, you're going to find out pretty soon anyways.
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