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Save $300 on the Nikon D810, and More! | Nikon Deal Alert

By Anthony Thurston on January 25th 2015

It has been a while since I did one of these deal highlights, but I think that I have waited long enough. There is money to be saved! Today I wanted to tell you about some of the awesome Nikon deals available right now.

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Starting at the top, the best deal I could find is a cool $300 off the Nikon D810. Obviously a killer camera and $300 savings is never something to slouch at. Following that, there are also some great deals on other Nikon products, which you can see in the listing below.

Current Nikon Savings

So there you have it, some great Nikon savings are out there to be had! Grab your wallets and have fun!

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. Rafael Steffen

    Great deals!

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  2. Basit Zargar

    Awesome

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  3. Ashton Pal

    So I go to the Nikon D810 link and the first thing I notice is the free shipping to Canada notice. I grab my credit card and added the Nikon D810 to my cart. I select my shipping options (Canada and Ontario) and bang:

    “Due to export regulations and/or manufacturers restrictions, we are unable to accept orders with a shipping address in CANADA”

    Well that was a roller coaster of emotions. Oh well. Thanks for sharing though for those who can grab the deals.

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    • David Hall

      Sorry Ashton… seems a bit unfair. No idea why that would be the case.

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    • robert garfinkle

      Is there a Canadian Nikon dealer? What about from Nikon direct?

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    • robert garfinkle

      About 2 weeks before xmas the D810 went on sale. Knowing it would be gobbled up fast, I went to purchase it right away. Last year, Nikon did the same thing with the D800e and ran out in less than a week, so it made sense to snarf one up immediately from B & H… of course in my situation I ended up with a DOA D810, what a mess that was, it took 2.5 weeks to fix the whole financial mess. Yes, I had a new D810 in a few days but the credit swap took that long to deal with…

      Currently Nikon seems to be backordered.

      T’was a week or so before Christmas, and all through Nikon’ site, was annual drop of price in effect after midnight.

      Nikonian’s had awaited, with impulses resisted, in hopes their new camera or lens would be listed…

      Now 810, Now 750, Now 7100, and V3
      On Speedlight, On 610, with shipping for free

      When came from the masses, in middle of the sale
      A problem with 750, flare reflection prevailed

      No worries to photographers says Nikon support
      just send in your camera, thanks for being a good sport

      The event still continues for a little while longer
      In hopes that Nikon can report sales are stronger

      I bid you all farewell, in hopes my parody was “just right”
      of proper exposure on SLR Lounge especially at night!!

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    • Stan Rogers

      It’s the “manufacturer’s restrictions” thing; the D810 (and all of Nikon’s line, AFAIK) is already heavily discounted by Nikon Canada based on the current loonie-to-USD rates just to keep people interested and the supply lines going. If the loonie stays low enough for long enough, they’ll let the price drift skyward and you won’t see the cross-border restrictions anymore. (I don’t know what the import and shipping conditions are like down south at the moment, but for quite a while the smart thing for a US-based shopper to do would be to make sure that he/she couldn’t get a better price at Vistek, Henry’s or The Camera Store — the major, reputable online-plus-brick-and-mortar Canadian retailers — before buying from an American retailer. As always, the warranty/service thing might get in the way, but the prices can be very attractive.)

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  4. Brandon Dewey

    Good deals!

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  5. Stan Rogers

    A $1500 D610 doesn’t exactly make me sneezy either.

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