These deals end at 5:45 PM EDT October 28 (today)!
That’s not quite the substantial drops in prices we see in other models, but if you’re looking for a bigger drop, consider waiting a couple months or so as gray market prices drop further.
Files sizes continue to grow larger but, thanks to memory card makers, there are bigger and bigger cards to handle our growing media demands. SanDisk’s news from Photokina 2016 provides us with a case in point.
SanDisk unveiled a new 1TB capacity SDXC card that’s in development. There’s no release date or price pinned on it yet. However, you can already buy a SanDisk 512GB SDXC card for $300, so it can’t be too far off — with an initial price over $600 I’m sure…
There is a limited-time deal this week (through Aug. 31) on the Canon 6D and 7D Mark II when bundled with the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 printer. With these deals, you can get the Canon 6D for as low as $1199 after rebates or the 7D Mark II for as low as $1249 after rebates. You can find all of the kits and deals here at B&H Photo.
Amazon dropped the price on the Nikon D750 from $1996.95 down to $1696.95. This is the “ships from and sold by Amazon.com” offer. It’s still $1996 everywhere else.
This does not appear to be a gray market or refurbished item. It is listed as new and with a full Nikon USA warranty.
The price drop has caused the D750 to drop from a bestselling rank of 400-500 down to the top 80 in the Camera & Photo department. Not sure how long this will last but if you want a deal on the D750, you should jump on this one. Check it out here at Amazon.com.
ebay (via PhotoVideo4Less) has the Nikon D7200 for $749 (reg. $1196.95). Check it out here on ebay.
For more info on the camera, check out my Nikon D7200 Review.
Note: This is likely a gray market camera and may not qualify for Nikon USA warranty service. ebay seller PhotoVideo4Less has a positive feedback rating of 99.9% at the time of this post.