This is getting ridiculous. The Nikon D750, which was released less than a year ago for $2300 is on eBay for today only for $1399.00.
When the camera launched it cost $2300 and today you can buy the camera at most retailers for $2000. A few months ago we posted that a certain eBay seller was selling literally thousands of grey market (but still brand new) D750 cameras for just $1499. We ended up buying 4 of them and saving a total of $3200 at the time ($800 savings per camera).
The cameras arrived in a week brand new in kit boxes with the kit lens removed (obviously the lenses were sold separately). Our camera's languages were set to Japanese. Once we changed them to English they were exactly the same as our USA version.
For today only the eBay seller RedTagCamera, which has 19,000 feedback at 99.9% positive, has new Nikon D750s on sale for just $1399.00. Although it doesn't say on their listing, we are assuming that these are "grey market" cameras also. Nikon service will not service grey market cameras but at a current savings of $600, I'm personally happy to take that risk.