B&H just announced a spectacular deal on the still-pretty-much-brand-new Nikon D600 with the 24–85mm ƒ/3.5–4.5G ED VR lens...along with a bunch of extras...for $1,996.95.
I will dodge now, while those who just paid full boat for a D600 attempt to pelt me with fruit through their computer screens. (That doesn't work.)
Others who might have been weighing a D600 purchase might want to go here.
Anyway, how do you think I feel? They also dropped $200 off the price of the D800....
Both deals are two days only.
[UPDATE: This is the last day for the big D600 deal. B&H Photo is closed until 5:45 p.m., but the same deal is available from Amazon. —Ed.]
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Trevor Buss: "B&H service is fantastic. I ordered my D600 through TOP links a few weeks ago, and B&H is exchanging that purchase for the current deal with the 24–85mm lens. Strangely, I do have to send the original body back to them and they are sending a new one. B&H has earned my business from here on out. By the way, the D600 is excellent. The AF leaves a little something to be desired, but not enough for me to justify the price difference for the D800 (believe me, I've tried)."
MarkR: "Horrors! Already my D600's pictures are starting to acquire the stench of the proletariat. I did a quick check of my photos in Lightroom, and it's true: my net photographic value with this camera has dropped by $200! (Thank god for the 'sort by $$' feature.) I may have to buy a more elite camera so my photos don't devalue any further. There haven't been any discounts on Leicas, have there?"