Nikon D200 Price increase!

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Chris W, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. Chris W

    Chris W Guest

    Back around the first of the year I was looking at the Nikon D200 and
    decided to wait a while to see if the price would go down. Now it seems
    it has gone up $200, what is up with that? It also seems no one has the
    body only in stock, just packages with a lens or lens and flash card.
    Any one have any idea if or when the camera body only will be available
    again and why can't they just sell the body from the package groups?

    Chris W

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  2. Hmm ... $1499 is about as cheap as I have ever seen it with reputable

    Granted, it seems to be back ordered at the moment. I got mine for much less
    than that at Best Buy because they wouldn't honor my 10% coupon and they were
    about to watch me walk out the door. It wasn't until I left that I realized
    they gave me 10% off of the sales price at the time (which was $1599). $1439
    was a great price last year.
    Thomas T. Veldhouse, Aug 22, 2007
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  3. Chris W

    george Guest

    I seem to recall seeing it for $1399 awhile back at JandR and another
    reputable dealer. I haven't seen it that cheap since then.
    george, Aug 23, 2007
  4. Chris W

    Don Wiss Guest

    And the D300 weighs less than my D200. I've already added myself to the

    Don <> (e-mail link at home page bottom).
    Don Wiss, Aug 23, 2007
  5. Chris W

    SMS Guest

    Wait, Ken Rockwell insisted that Nikon would never come out with a full
    frame camera! Finally some competition for the 5D! I expect than Nikon
    will move quickly to come out with a competitor to the Canon EOS-1Ds
    Mark III.

    I was out in the Big Sur area for two days, and I was surprised to see a
    relatively large number of higher end D-SLRs being used by
    non-professionals. Clearly people are willing to spend the big bucks for
    the higher end products. I saw mostly Canon because of the BWLs that
    nature photographers tend to favor, but there were some D200's as well.
    SMS, Aug 23, 2007
  6. Chris W

    Chris W Guest

    I think I will be waiting for the D300 too.

    The number I saw on the weight says the D300 is only 5 grams lighter
    than the D200. If you can detect that, I am amazed. A few specs of
    dust will almost add up to that (ok so that's a slight exaggeration :)

    Chris W
    Chris W, Aug 23, 2007
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    Don Wiss Guest

    Why should I settle for a lesser camera?

    Don <> (e-mail link at home page bottom).
    Don Wiss, Aug 23, 2007
  8. Chris W

    Don Wiss Guest

    It may be a while. This is what I received back:

    I'll get you on the list as soon as we get the product number from Nikon.
    Don't hold your breathe, though.
    In Nikon terminology, November can actually mean February.
    At dpreview
    The D300 is Weight (no batt) 825 g (1.82 lb)
    The D200 is Weight (inc. batteries) 920 g (32.5 oz)

    Okay. My mistake. It was early this morning and I missed that one had no
    battery and the other was with a battery.

    Don <> (e-mail link at page bottoms).
    Don Wiss, Aug 24, 2007
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