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It’s Not Often You Find This Kind Of Savings On A Camera Like This

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

It’s no secret that Nikon makes the best cameras. So when the opportunity to save $900 on a Nikon camera arises, you give it a long, long look.

That’s the current deal on the Nikon D750. This FX-format Digital SLR Camera has a 4.7-star rating on Amazon, an impressive (though unsurprising, since it’s Nikon) result considering that hundreds have reviewed it. It’s impossible to find a negative review on this camera, which is considered absolutely top-notch.

You can save $900 on a Nikon camera right now (Photo via Amazon)

You can save $900 on a Nikon camera right now (Photo via Amazon)

Nikon D750 FX-format Digital SLR Camera w/ 24-120mm f/4G ED VR Auto Focus-S NIKKOR Lens on sale for $2,496.95

The review by DPReview, the popular and respected photography site, puts it best:

The Nikon D750 is an excellent full-frame camera that borrows most of the features from the more expensive D810 and, in some cases, improves on them. Highlights include top-notch image quality, a very impressive autofocus system with subject tracking, solid build quality, and built-in Wi-Fi. The D750 is also a capable video shooter, with a top resolution of 1080/60p, manual controls, mic/headphone sockets, and clean output over HDMI.

This DSLR camera typically goes for $3,400, and similar Nikon models go for much more. It’s not often you can save close to a grand on one of the single best products there is. Like I said, take a long, long look.

The Nikon D750 has built-in Wi-Fi (Photo via Amazon)

The Nikon D750 has built-in Wi-Fi (Photo via Amazon)

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