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Grey market Nikon D810 now available for $2,099 (and you can repair it in the US)

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Grey market Nikon D810 cameras are now available for $2,099 on eBay with free shipping (regular price: $2,796.95). This grey market D810 camera comes with a 1 year seller warranty. Nikon recently allowed certain grey market products to be repaired by authorized third party repair centers and the D810 was on that list:

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Kyoto cherry blossom with the Nikon D810

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    Martin Rousseau shares some of his Kyoto cherry blossom photos that were on display at the Nikon Plaza in Tokyo Shinjuku: The ancient capital and iconic symbol of Japan Kyoto, together with Venice and Paris, are certainly some of the most beautiful cities in the world. Martin Rousseau (website, flickr), a French national based in […]

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

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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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Venice in winter with the Nikon D810

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Venice in winter with a D810 by Dominique Robert: Roughly 60,000 permanent residents versus 28 million tourists yearly, the Venetians are clearly overpowered. Traditional local trades, such as sausage-maker or puppeteer, are long gone, and even daily supply stores such as butchers’ shops or bakeries, are now being replaced by tourist traps full to the […]

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New firmware updates for Nikon D810 and D810A released

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Nikon released new firmware updates for the Nikon D810 and D810A cameras that fixed an issue when using the WR‑R10 wireless remote controller:

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