Take $500 Off a Nikon D750 and Get $500 in Free Accessories, Including a Battery Grip

Take $500 Off a Nikon D750 and Get $500 in Free Accessories, Including a Battery Grip

The Nikon D750 remains one of the best all-around cameras out there and a favorite of many photographers. Right now, you can pick one up for $500 off, plus get $500 in free accessories, including a battery grip.

The Nikon D750 is one of our favorite cameras at Fstoppers for good reason: it's an excellent all-around full frame camera that will excel in almost any situation you put it in. Here are its specs:

  • 24.3-megapixel sensor
  • EXPEED 4 Image Processor
  • 3.2" tilting LCD 
  • Video: 1080p at 60 fps
  • 51 AF points
  • ISO: 12,800 (expandable to 51,200)
  • Continuous shooting: 6.5 fps
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Time-lapse mode with exposure smoothing 
  • Dual SD slots
  • 100 percent coverage viewfinder

Right now, B&H is offering the D750 for $500 off, and you'll also get a battery grip, extra battery, memory card, and shoulder bag for free. If you're looking to get into full frame without breaking the bank, this is a great way to do it and get some extra accessories in the process. Get yours here

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17 Comments

Thank You Sony for turning the industry upside down with your real technology advancements and products, which now has started a price war. Now we just need the GM lenses to come down and price.

user-156929's picture

I'm pretty sure this price reduction is due to a fairly imminent release of the D750's successor. Sony has, however, stirred up the real camera manufacturers. ROTLMAO

Actually, I was referring to the bigger picture for instance, Nikon threw everything they had into the 850 and coming in at a reasonable price. Sony's feature packed A7iii coming in at a low price. No matter what brand one is partial to, everybody is a winner.
Like them or loathe them, Sony and their Mirrorless full frame stirred the pot, as a result every manufacturer is upping their game.
Hence Canon/Nikon going into full frame mirrorless in a serious manner.

But that's just my humble opinion.I am glad you're here to set me straight.

user-156929's picture

I'm the last person to set anyone straight about, well... anything! :-)
Actually, I have nothing against Sony. It was just a poor attempt at humor. :-)

That's why I never became a wordsmith...it can get complicated.

Maybe that's why some
of us are partial to the picture...

Happy Shooting

Rob Davis's picture

Sony bodies are great values, but they slowly nickel and dime you with their lenses, accessories and chincy firmware updates.

Rob Davis's picture

Phenomenal camera. Great deal.

that is crazy .. where I`m just body costs 1000 USD more ..

Studio 403's picture

From B&H looks like a refurbished camera, just saying

Alex Cooke's picture

It’s not. They offered a refurbished version, but this deal is for a new camera.

Studio 403's picture

Ok thank you Alex, it was confusing, the price for the “new” and reformist” was the same price , which was odd to me.

Alex Cooke's picture

No worries at all! It is a bit strange.

Spy Black's picture

I wish they'd sell this without the $336 grip for $336 less...

Motti Bembaron's picture

You're right! Then I would buy the amazing Meike grip for $80

But the Sony A7iii is still a better camera for a little more...

Spy Black's picture

In what sense?

$500 is more than a little more. In addition, with the $500 difference, you can get the excellent 85 1.8 G for Nikon. I guess it all depends on your needs. Still, the A7III is an excellent camera.