Nikon announces $500 price drop for D700.

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    Nikon announces $500 price drop for D700.

    In March, the price of the Nikon D700 will drop to $2199.95 in the US. This is $500 reduction from the current $2,699.95.

    http://nikonrumors.com/2012/02/24/50...ntent=FaceBook

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    gotta make room for the d800's....

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    I suspect my Brother will be a buyer at that price.

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    Chuck....
    are you and your brother close???? ;)

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    He's 10 years older and 1,760 miles away unfortunately. Too bad, he's got a bunch of nice glass I could borrow otherwise.

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    Anyone else a Thom Hogan reader? He caught an interesting point about the D700 price drop. If what he says is right - and we will know soon enough - I'm in and will put off the lens purchase I was planning for the Spring. The entire blog post is worth a read (Feb 25th.)

    From the blog:

    Dealers on Friday got some new pricing from Nikon, specifically on the D700. The new suggested price is soon going to be US$2199 (currently US$2699). But here's an interesting kicker: there apparently won't be a minimum advertised price (MAP) associated with that, which would mean we'll likely see someone drop under the US$2000 mark.

    http://bythom.com/index.htm

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