Category Archives: Nikon D610

Nikon battery grips and wireless transmitter on sale


Some new Nikon deals from Adorama that will expire at the end of the month (use coupon code SOOOGOOD at checkout): Nikon MB-D14 battery grip for D600 & D610: $199 (reg. $224.95) Nikon MB-D12 battery grip for D800 & D810: $330.99 (reg. $363) Nikon WT-7A wireless transmitter: $649 (reg. $749.95)

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New for May: free battery grip with the Nikon D610, D750 and D810


For the month of May Nikon introduced a new deal: you can get a free battery grip when you purchase a new Nikon D610, D750 or D810 camera. The Nikon lenses price drop is till active, the Nikon 1 rebates remain unchanged, more discounts can be found here.

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Grey market Nikon D610 now under $1,000


Another new low price: the grey market Nikon D61o camera is now listed for $979 (regular price is $1,296.95) The Nikon D810 (also grey market) is still available for $1,899 (regular price: $2,796.95).

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European Road Trip – A Nikon D610 and Poor Weather

'Midnight Light' — 2 shot panorama, landscape not vertical. 13 sec @ f/8, ISO 200 and 35mm (28-300mm)

My name is Karl Lindsay and nature photography is a big passion of mine. You can see my work in my portfolio or follow me on Facebook and Instagram. I recently got back to Australia from a family road trip through Europe. We packed a lot into one trip, driving through 12 countries over 6 weeks. […]

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Another new low price: refurbished Nikon D610 camera for $1,049.99


Another new low price: the refurbished Nikon D610 is now $1,049.99 on eBay (it was $1,149 few days ago, regular price is $1,496.95 after the $500 rebate).

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Nikon warns again of “fraudulently modified” D610, D800E and D4s DSLR cameras


In addition to the 2014 service notice regarding “fake” D800E cameras, Nikon issued an update today and also included the D610 and D4s to the list of “fraudulently modified” DSLRs:

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