Buy a new D750

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I'm about to buy a new D750 from Hong Kong to save money, but when I bought my D600 it was superseded just after. How can I be sure this won't happen again?
Rodney Collins

The D750 is a fabulous camera. Even if a replacement was launched soon after you bought one, while you wouldn't have the latest model, the flip side is that new cameras command a much higher price for at least a few months after launch, whereas older models are more heavily discounted, so a camera that's been on sale for a while tends to be better value.      
While it's tempting to buy a camera from a different world region, where the price can be lower, the downsides of buying 'grey imports' are that you might be stung for import taxes when your camera is delivered, and the official Nikon warranty is likely to be invalid. Some companies offer their own warranties, but you're relying on the seller, rather than on Nikon, to resolve any issues.


The D750 is our favourite 'all-round' DSLR and is great value at £1600/$1900

Jason Parnell-Brookes

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