Deal of the day: refurbished Nikon D7000 camera for $349

Refurbished Nikon D7000 camera body is now on sale for $349 as an eBay daily deal (available today only). This is a new low price. The camera is sold by Roberts, an authorized Nikon dealer and comes with a 90 days Nikon warranty.

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  • Mike Gordon

    This gear is getting ridiculously cheap!

  • T.I.M

    There is still people buying DX DSLR ?
    What about a 110 film camera ?

    • Sawyerspadre

      Indeed if you count Nikon DX, Canon APS-C, Fuji and Sony Mirrorless, DX or APS-C is the majority of the market. No they are not all DSLR, but they are that sensor size. If you look at worldwide user base, APS-C is probably the largest share, by far. This is why it blows my mind that Nikon can’t see a need to have some decent wide primes. A 13 f2.8 and a 16 f2 and 18 f2 would sell. Nikon, are you listening?

      (Yes, I do know that some of the Sony Mirrorless is Full Frame, before all the trolls come out from under their bridges…)

      • Yes, it does make you wonder. I’ve given up waiting and moved on to FF.

      • Captain Megaton

        FWIW there are 16/2 and 14/2.8 options for APSC from Samyang if you are so inclined.

        I came to the conclusion some while ago though that if you want to play at 35 mm and below it’s a whole lot less stressful when you have an FX camera to bring to the party.

  • That’s a lot of camera for the average person. Nice deal.

    • Indeed, I would say this is a better deal than any D3xxx or D5xxx cameras.

      • Captain Megaton

        For sure.

  • I also strongly believe those are brand new cameras that Nikon USA is trying to dump at lower price and clear their inventory.

    • CaMeRa QuEsT

      That means that Nikon seriously over produces their cameras to prop up their yearly financial numbers. Canon plays this same game, too. I don’t see the other smaller players dumping 3 generation old products on their “refurbished” channels.

      • Captain Megaton

        There is no indication that the quantities involved are large enough to prop up anything.

        Just some stock that needs to be cleared by year end. For example, perhaps some retailer out in the sticks accidentally held on to these in a warehouse somewhere and, finding them, shipped them to Nikon USA for liquidation.

      • nwcs

        The cost of keeping them in inventory or junking them is probably greater than the cost they are selling them for which is undoubtedly at cost or below at this point.

  • CaMeRa QuEsT

    Is this suddenly the rise of the dead Nikon bodies? Adorama also came out today with a refurbished D5100 kit for $300. Maybe somebody has the refurbished Coolpix A out, too? At only $100-$125 less than their newer replacements, I don’t see much value here, I’ll rather go with a refurbished D7100 or D5200.

  • James Donahue

    Recently saw on e-bay, A New D7100 with 2 lenses and a 30 accessory set to include a flash, tripod, and a backpack omong other things for $45 and $65 shipping

  • FountainHead

    What’s the shutter life rated at on refurbs? Is it close to 100% of a new body, close to 75%, 50%, what?

    • NM Herpetologist

      Back in 2004 I picked up the D70 + 18-70mm kit. While visiting family in New York later that year, we stopped by Cameta Camera where I picked up a refurb 60mm micro f/2.8D at reduced price. 100% brand new, but had recently been opened for a demo, and thus sold as a refurbished. My most favorite lens that has probably seen 90% of use on my D70 and my now D300 (I’m one of those 110 film users that apparently hasn’t left DX yet as implied above, but I have my reasons).
      I’d venture to possibly guess some of these might simply be opened items or store demos. Store demos for SLR bodies scare me though given the frequency I see bodies at various “Best Option”-like retailers with no lenses attached nor a body cap; nothing like looking at finger prints on a mirror and/or sensor.

  • Ned Gerblansky

    Crazy how low you can pick up a good DX body for these days. Like a sore pecker, you can’t hardly beat it!

  • purenupe1

    the has since increased to $379

  • MonkeySpanner

    I shoot the d7000. And it is brilliant. I recent purchased the d3300 to have a lighter solution. And it definitely is lighter. But, disappointingly, the AF and the general camera responsiveness is MUCH slower. But I can’t figure out why. It has a newer processor, it should be faster, or at least not slower. I kinda get the AF not being as advanced, and I expected that. But menu changes, picture reviewing, all much slower.

    • KnightPhoto

      Have you got a slow SD card in there perhaps?

      • MonkeySpanner

        That is a good point. It is a class 10 card, but no, not as fast as the cards in my d7000. I should out a fast card in and see if it helps. Thanks.

  • Nodelic

    It’s sold by “robertsdigital” not “robertscamera”

    I think “robertscamera” is the officially licensed dealer.

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