Sold out practically from day one, the Australian stores listing the D800 camera are now waiting on stock set to arrive in a few weeks, but also lack a uniform price.
For the release of Nikon’s latest camera, the company has ditched a set price and is asking consumers to shop around to find the best price.
The D800 is a full-frame digital SLR with a 36.3 megapixel sensor, 51 autofocus points, uncompressed video out, low-light sensitivity up to ISO 25600, high-speed USB 3.0 port for data transfer, and a magnesium alloy frame.
We looked around and found a variety of prices, ranging from $3425 to $3999 body only, so if you’re thinking of buying one, make sure to look around. From what we’ve seen, the prices above $3400 are Australian stock, with anything under $3000 more or less assured of being grey market stock without an Australian warranty.