A few months ago we posted a deal on Fstoppers that appeared to be too good to be true. Brand New D750 cameras were selling for $1500, or 35% off retail. We bought 4 cameras and it ended up being legit. That deal is back again.
This time the cameras are slightly more expensive at $1535 but that is still an incredible deal for this very current $2300 camera (which is now around $2000 at most online stores). Is there a catch? Well, kind of. The cameras are grey market which means you will lose your warranty. When we got our cameras they obviously came from Japan in a kit box with the kit lens missing (obviously it was sold separately. We had to change the language on the camera to English. Other than that everything was totally legit. The cameras were new and it perfect working condition. Check out the image below.
Basically you have to ask yourself if a warranty is worth $500 and to me it isn't. I've owned a lot of Nikon cameras and I've had many of them repaired and I don't think a single repair was covered under warranty. I had to pay for every single one. At this point we own 6 Nikon D750s so we are all set but we didn't want you guys to miss this killer sale.