Is the D700 sold out in the US?

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I read on Ken Rockwell that the D700 is sold out. In Japan, a few dealers are sold out, but as far as I can see there are a few still on sale...
 
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Tokyo is fast selling out. All of the camera shops I know are sold out. Next on the list is lens...35mmG, 85mmG are getting short on supply. Carl Zeiss have only a few left...
 
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on its way..

to me now! Ordered a refurb D700 from B&H Im sure I paid too much and all I get is a 90 day warranty:frown:
 
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I can't say it enough... My wife and I have been so blessed in our gear purchases. D700 + 24-70 back in early December. Plus, we got the $300 rebate on the lens for buying both at the same time. And we bought our 70-200 VR2 on sale almost $300 off at a local shop. Walked out the door, and after taxes it was still cheaper than B&H. Insane.
 
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I can't say it enough... My wife and I have been so blessed in our gear purchases. D700 + 24-70 back in early December. Plus, we got the $300 rebate on the lens for buying both at the same time. And we bought our 70-200 VR2 on sale almost $300 off at a local shop. Walked out the door, and after taxes it was still cheaper than B&H. Insane.
I bought my 70-200 VRII in January at a local camera shop for $2165. I see they are now $2450 at B & H Camera and they are out of stock.
The D700 at B & H is $2700 new but out of stock and they have a refurbished at $2529.
Just like gasoline, it's a supply and demand driven market.
 
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I bought my 70-200 VRII in January at a local camera shop for $2165. I see they are now $2450 at B & H Camera and they are out of stock.
The D700 at B & H is $2700 new but out of stock and they have a refurbished at $2529.
Just like gasoline, it's a supply and demand driven market.
:smile: There is an abundance of gasoline. Supplies are high, usage is down. Blame the commodities market.
 
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Picking up on the gasoline point I made a visit to a national superstore yesterday(sainsburys) who obviously buy at extremely competitive prices who were charging 143.9 per litre, down the road the independent station with about as much buying power as you and me was charging 139.9. make your own opinion!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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