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Price question for Nikon D90

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Price question for Nikon D90

Need some advice guys.
Someone is selling brand new Nikon D90 with only a few clicks on it with receipt and warranty for 850.

You think its a good deal ?

Im fairly positive its a pretty decent deal just want some more opinions :)

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what lense does it come with? or is it just the body?
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faken wrote:
Nov 16th, 2009 10:01 pm
what lense does it come with? or is it just the body?
If it came with a lens, any lens, its the deal of the year.
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How is it new if it has a few clicks on it?
Regardless the price is good. Better if it comes with a lens.
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Elisha wrote:
Nov 16th, 2009 10:36 pm
How is it new if it has a few clicks on it?
Regardless the price is good. Better if it comes with a lens.
Its the evolution of the marketplace wording. :cheesygri

New is used a little bit
Brand New is opened up and tried it to see if it works
Brand New in Box is opened to see if everything is there.
Sealed Brand New in Box is the old new, never used and factory sealed.

Can't wait for the next one :D

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HughG wrote:
Nov 16th, 2009 9:27 pm
Need some advice guys.
Someone is selling brand new Nikon D90 with only a few clicks on it with receipt and warranty for 850.

You think its a good deal ?

Im fairly positive its a pretty decent deal just want some more opinions :)
Nikon warranty is not transferable
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Good deal imo.
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Lulz wrote:
Nov 17th, 2009 12:04 am
Nikon warranty is not transferable
It's do-able if the warranty card has not been filled and they include the receipt although it may be necessary to go through the original owner for warranty claims.

Probably not as big of a deal since Nikon bodies only have 2 year warranties, lenses have 5.
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Winkle wrote:
Nov 17th, 2009 8:09 am
It's do-able if the warranty card has not been filled and they include the receipt although it may be necessary to go through the original owner for warranty claims.

Probably not as big of a deal since Nikon bodies only have 2 year warranties, lenses have 5.
Nikon never wants the warranty card, the receipt is all that matters. It depends whos name is on it.
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So warranty card doesn't really matter but the name on the receipt does?

How does Nikon have a way to check to see if you are actually the person on the receipt?
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Kasakato wrote:
Nov 17th, 2009 8:11 am
Nikon never wants the warranty card, the receipt is all that matters. It depends whos name is on it.
My understanding is you register the warranty with the warranty slip that comes with all Nikon products that has to be backed up by a receipt showing the product serial number (which obviously has to match whatever is on the product and warranty slip) plus the name of the person on the warranty slip.

I'm pretty sure they can't go by the name on the receipt alone, the receipt will only show a name if a Credit Card was used for the purchase, plus its not always the same name. What if a friend purchased the product for me? The receipt will have their name and not mine so I'm not eligible for the warranty?
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So, if I buy a Nikon product for a gift - the person who gets it is screwed and doesn't have any warranty?
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It's Nikon, why is everyone fretting about the warranty. Very very very high chances are you won't ever have to use it :lol:
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