Release date for Nikon D300???

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Dave Phillips, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. Do we have an official release date?
    Dave Phillips, Sep 6, 2007
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  2. Typical Nikon, 1 or 2 at a time December-January, then back ordered
    until July 2008.
    Not Disclosed, Sep 6, 2007
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  3. Dave Phillips

    frederick Guest

    That wasn't the case since the D80. I think that they've
    caught on to the fact that there's a bit of interest in new
    models, and a big peak of sales to be had in the first few
    weeks / months before a competitor steals their thunder.
    Meanwhile, someone posted a copy of a new price list for
    Nikon Europe, and from that it looked like the D200 is being
    phased out - contrary to some indications that Nikon may
    have made that both models would run side by side. It
    doesn't make sense to keep the D200 in the lineup - if
    they'd have to drop the price to close to the D80 level.
    frederick, Sep 6, 2007
  4. Dave Phillips

    John Guest

    Says Who? YOU? Wahahaha.............
    John, Sep 6, 2007
  5. Where are the 18-200, still in short supply almost 2 years later.
    Not Disclosed, Sep 6, 2007
  6. Dave Phillips

    John Guest

    I have no idea. Ask Nikon or start a thread about it because this one is
    about the D300 not sour grapes.
    John, Sep 6, 2007
  7. Dave Phillips

    Guest Guest

    Nikon Canada now states delivery in December. Not November! Nikon also
    states the price on Canadian store's websites are speculation (CAD
    $2100)and they further say that Nikon Canada is not accepting any orders
    for the new DSLR until further notice.

    They made no such claims for their toy cameras D40/D40x
    Guest, Sep 7, 2007
  8. Dave Phillips

    John Guest

    Maybe you can supply links from Nikon as to what has been stated. I see
    many rumors posted and all the negative ones are from non Nikon users. Do
    you own a Nikon?
    John, Sep 8, 2007
  9. I'll sell you my barely used one for $975.89. This includes Nikon's new
    inertial dampening system to correct lens creep, a rubber band.

    Rita Ä Berkowitz, Sep 8, 2007
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