Nikon D5200

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nicholascharles
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Sirs, I am looking to get a Nikon D5200 and the prices I am getting are from £500 to about £600 but one company is advertising the price at £308 it is not advertised as second or recondition, can someone tell of what is the catch????
branny
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It wouldn't be simply electronics . . .would it? Barge touch with a I wouldn't it - rearrange

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"can someone tell of what is the catch????"
 
Is this with or without the lens?
 
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DAVE M
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also, with or without VAT?
Fergie
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Has branny lost a pole somewhere.  smiley
 
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Fergie wrote:
Has branny lost a pole somewhere.  smiley
 
Cheers
 
His Visa ran out, so he's had to return to . . . Pole land :D
 

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                In the barge of course .  smiley
 
 
 

               
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Have a good look through the small print, my guess is that you'll find it's a 'grey import' - ie non UK stock and as such, my understanding is the warranty will be worth diddly squit if it has to go back to Nikon UK for repair. You pay your money you take your chance.