Here are the latest deals on the Nikon D800 and D810! Below you will find the latest links to instant rebates and offers for the D800 and D800E.
This page UPDATED June 26, 2014.
Nikon D800 at Amazon – Save $200 + Free DSLR gadget bag, tripod, and 32GB memory card + 2% Rewards
Nikon D800E at Amazon –Save $300 + Free DSLR gadget bag, tripod, and 32GB memory card + 2% Rewards
- Amazon has a 30-day return policy, no restocking fee, and does NOT charge your card until the camera ships.
- B&H offers free shipping, a 30-day return policy and no restocking fee. Note: B&H WILL authorize the full amount on your credit card at the time of order. Make sure you have funds available before placing your order.
Nikon D800 Refurbished at Adorama $2399!
Nikon D800E Refurbished at Adorama (not currently available)
Nikon D800 at Adorama Save $200 + Free Accessories + 4% Reward
Nikon D800E at Adorama Save $300 + Free Accessories + 4% Reward
- Adorama offers Free Shipping, a 30-day return policy, no restocking fee and does NOT charge your card until the camera ships!
- Cameta offers a wide variety of kit options, many with extra bonus items included. Also many refurbished deals and Cameta extends the warranty to 1 year. Offering a 30-day return policy for full refund.
Nikon D800 at Target.com
- Target.com offers Free Shipping, a 45-day return policy with no restocking fee, and items can be returned to any Target store.
- Free Shipping, 14-day return policy.
- Free Shipping, 30-day return policy, you are not charged until your order ships.
Nikon D800 at Abt.com
- Free Shipping, 15-day return policy on digital cameras, 15% restocking fee on unopened items. You can return by mail or to their retail store near Chicago.
Nikon D800 at Amazon.co.uk (UK)
Nikon D800 at Amazon.de (Germany)
Nikon D800 at Amazon.fr (France)
Nikon D800 at Amazon.it (Italy)
Nikon D800 at Amazon.co.jp (Japan)
Nikon D800E at Amazon.co.jp (Japan)
The D800 Has Been Announced!
Given the amazing price and features there is extremely high demand for the new camera. If you wait until the D800 is actually released and shipping, it will be very hard to obtain. If you want to get the new Nikon D800 as soon as possible, it would be wise to pre-order it from a dealer or retailer as soon as possible. This page contains information about how to pre-order based on previous experience with recent Nikon Digital SLR camera announcements.
Want to get the D800 first? The Camera is expected to ship in late March. Based on recent camera announcements if you wait and try to get it then, you will probably be left waiting a lot longer before you can actually get one. The solution? Order as soon as it is available to be pre-ordered, usually just after it is announced (which is now)!
When it comes to pre-orders, all the major online mail-order sources are offering the D800. You want to get in SOON, because when they get too many orders on their waiting list, they close their pre-orders.
Here is a list of major retailers and their pre-order and return policies:
- Adorama Charges when it ships, 30 day return policy, no restocking fee.
- B&H Photo authorizes your card when you place the order, 30 day return policy and no restocking fee
- Amazon Charges when it ships, 30 day return policy and no restocking fee
In addition to the mail order options, you may be able to find the camera at a local retailer. Your local camera store may offer a waiting list, so should check into that. The disadvantage of buying local is that you will have to pay sales tax. The advantage is that you won’t be waiting for your camera to ship, you can just pick it up (assuming your retailer has the camera). In addition there are some larger retailers that may offer the camera such as Best Buy.
After announcement, it will take a month or two for the D800 to actually ship. Nikon has a tentative date of around March 18-22 for the first shipment. This is when Nikon plans to release the cameras to dealers. Looking at the recent D7000 release: announcement made September 15th, 2010, the officially launched on October 17th, but was available first at Best Buy as early as October 14th (and some retail stores sold it early!). It began shipping from Amazon and B&H beginning October 20th and Adorama on October 21st. Note, these dates are the earliest that the stores were shipping cameras, but only those who got in early on their pre-order list were able to get cameras that soon. If you wait just a few days to get in on the pre-order it may take longer, in some cases weeks or months, to actually get the camera. The other dealers and local camera stores were getting cameras around the same time as these ship dates, but the camera moved very quickly, often disappearing hours after stock arrived.