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Deal of the day: refurbished Nikon D7000 for $549

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Because of Nikon's strict price enforcing in the US, we hardly get any good deals on cameras and lenses. There is a new low price on refurbished Nikon D7000 cameras: $549 from rakuten.com (the former buy.com) with free shipping. This deal is valid till 12/12/2013.

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  • dealer

    Where is the deal that matters? — DF for 1500

  • Jorge

    My comment disappeared or was deleted. Here it is again:
    Beach Camera used to have a 718 (Brooklyn) exchange. Now they are in central Jersey with a 732 exchange. I thought they were out of business as they were being sued by the NY attorney general – I guess they moved across the river. Anyway I’ve heard nothing but bad things about these folks. Out of stock. calling you to add a battery (which should be included, etc. etc)
    Buyer Beware.

    • Jorge

      MY APOLOGIES. I thought they were being sued, I believe the NY Attorney Generals office was “looking” into their business practices. I retract that part of my comment above.

    • Jorge

      What the hell is wrong with this site?
      HEre is my comment a SECOND time:
      My apologies. I retract the statement above about being sued by the NY Attorney General’s office. I do believe the AG was “looking” into their and others business practices — no stock, up selling, not including accessories that “should” have been included, etc. They were in Brooklyn, now moved to Edison NJ…
      Now, let’s try to post this again

  • Rick

    Yeah, I’m with Jorge. You shouldn’t promote deals like this from questionable sellers. If you are willing to deal with this type of deals that stealthily leave out an essential item like battery then hook you with a rip-off price for battery, there are plenty of others too.

  • Global

    How did they ever decide that “RAKUTEN.COM” was a better name than “BUY.COM” in the United States? Sounds terrible. When I couldn’t think of it, I once thought, “That Ratty website, that used to be Buy.com”.

    I hope their customer service, return policies, and quality assurance teams are much much stronger than their marketing executives weak ability. I just bet sales plummeted when they changed the name.

    • Ronan

      That’s EXACTLY what crossed my mind when i saw the website name!

    • Davis5

      raku in english is nothing of good… but when is “10″ is raku-ten!

  • mikehunt

    I think KEH has used d7000s for the same price.

    • Jon Ingram

      Love KEH. Every purchase I’ve done with them has been top rate. When they say “excellent” quality, they really mean it. But I bought a lens from them once, which after quality testing I decided had a problem. They did a refund, no questions asked. Easy. What decides the quality of the company is not how they handle the good purchases, but what they do when there is a problem. Keh has been good to me.

    • Jon Ingram

      Love KEH. Every purchase I’ve done with them has been top rate. When they say “excellent” quality, they really mean it. But I bought a lens from them once, which after quality testing I decided had a problem. They did a refund, no questions asked. Easy. What decides the quality of the company is not how they handle the good purchases, but what they do when there is a problem. Keh has been good to me.

  • dgr

    When did beach camera turn into a scammer company? I’ve bought a few things from them in the past without issue. Not even an up-sell call. Plus they are an authorized nikon dealer.

    • Jorge

      Since early 2000, maybe earlier. They change names periodically when they start to get heat. If you bought from them, and didn’t get a bunch of call backs, out of stock, missing pieces of a kit they claim are not included consider yourself very, very lucky and move on.

      • dgr

        You must be confusing them with someone else. I know many people who have used them with no issues. Beach Camera and Buydig are the same company. Been like that for years. They have not changed names “when they start to get heat”. This is an authorized retailer unlike the “getitdigital” and the rest of the ebay discount gray market retailers you see selling “new” gear. You guys are smearing the name of a good company. Get your facts straight before posting.

        • Neopulse

          I bought in late April or early May of this year a Canon 5D Mark III from “getitdigital” and I did get a confirmation call that was good. The camera I got was the camera itself. The only thing that was missing from it was the hotshoe cover. I didn’t notice it until weeks later when I sold it. And also the box it came in was a 5D Mark III + 24-105mm kit. In which they had opened and removed the lens and related accessories (of the lens) from it while the camera body was all there (except the cover I mentioned). All in all, the camera wasn’t gray market (luckily) and they assured me it wasn’t and wouldn’t be prior to having it shipped. I posted a comment about my experience on their eBay feedback under my same name. Even though pretty much everything was fine, I just don’t like the fact they dug into the box previously.

          • dgr

            Call Canon to verify the warranty. They’ll be able to tell from the serial number.

            • Neopulse

              Hmmmm… well it did come with a warranty card. I sold it though a few months ago the camera to a very happy customer. Next time though will bear that in mind. Was afraid to register the serial number so I wouldn’t be screwing the guy who bought it off of me. But I did get it when Canon Rumors posted the link relating to the sale from them on eBay. They keep doing it though them. But will bear that in mind the next time I buy off of them.

  • mikeswitz

    I’ve only had positive dealings with Beach Camera. No tax free shipping.

  • Spy Black

    D600s for $999 can’t be too far off…

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