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Nikon D7100 On Sale For Under $900 New, $800 Refurb | Deal Alert

By Anthony Thurston on November 30th 2014

If you have been looking to upgrade your older Nikon DX DSLR, now may be a great time to upgrade to the top of the line DX D7100 body. The Nikon D7100 is now available for some major savings from B&H.

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Nikon D7100 $300 Instant Savings: Brand New $900, Refurb $800

Currently going on over at B&H, you can get your hands on Nikon’s flagship DX camera, the D7100, for $896.95 brand new. This is an incredible deal, and $300 instant savings on a camera that normally sells new for over $1,100.

For those of you looking for an even better deal, and don’t mind that refurb tag, you can get your hands on a refurbished Nikon D7100 for just $799. That is bordering on insane value for a very high quality body.

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It is rumored that Nikon may be updating their DX flagship (D7200? D9300? D400?) in the beginning of 2015 to respond to the 7D Mark II and Samsung NX1. So this could be them trying to clear out D7100 stocks ahead of the announcement(s). But regardless, that doesn’t make the D7100 less of a camera.

It is an incredible body, and for this price, should be considered by any Nikon DX shooter. Again, you can get the D7100 brand new for just under $900 here, or if you don’t mind going refurb, you can get it for under $800 here.

Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Ian Sanderson

    Might have to raid the piggy bank

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  2. Rafael Steffen

    Nice option for motiviating to upgrade DX cameras.

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  3. Peter Nord

    When I try to imagine what new feature would cause me to trade the D7100 for a D7200, I think of perhaps two. How about programability. Could get rid of video if something had to go. How about a wireless network so I could control it from a phone or laptop. You can make great images with a view camera, one sheet at a time. Anything added to this camera would be just for fun. speed or something else.

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    • Steven Pellegrino

      I agree with you regarding video. I can do without that. I never shoot video and if I did I would move to a Canon. I know video is a big deal now. I used to shoot video in the 80s’, but have no desire to do so again. I own a couple of video cameras, but they’re sitting in a drawer. I’ve never shot video with either my Nikon or Fuji X cameras.

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  4. Arnold Ziffel

    I would have bought one of these a long time ago, except for the lack of a decent buffer…

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    • Steven Pellegrino

      That hasn’t been an issue for me. I’ve shot NHL hockey (St. Louis Blues) with my D7100 and it performed great.

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    • Arnold Ziffel

      For me, it just wasn’t a viable upgrade from the D300s. I’m sure it works well for others.

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  5. Steven Pellegrino

    That’s a great deal. I definitely paid more for mine when it first came out. I wont be upgrading to the new D7200 because I don’t see enough there justify spending the money. Like you said, with the new D7200 coming out, it doesn’t make the D7100 less of a camera. Heck, the D7000 is still a great camera!

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  6. Brandon Dewey

    Awesome deal!

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