Nikon D600 Pre-Order Links

Looks like our friends at B&H are already accepting pre-orders for the Nikon D600. Here are the links for the body-only and body+kit options, along with links to the new UT-1 unit:

Nikon D600 Pre-Order Information

  1. Nikon D600 Body Only for $2099 at B&H
  2. Nikon D600 kit with Nikon 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR for $2699 at B&H
  3. Nikon UT-1 (pricing not yet available)

Comments

  1. 1
    ) Wyatt
    September 13, 2012 at 12:02 am

    Pre-ordered right away, thank you Nasim!

    Can’t wait to play with the D600. I am upgrading from the Nikon D7000.

  2. 2
    ) Don
    September 13, 2012 at 12:05 am

    Hi Nasim,

    As always thanks for the articles and site. One small bone of contention. There is no such thing as a “per-order”. You either order or you don’t order. It is commonly misused to state the obvious. If a company is accepting money for a product via some order process, they are accepting orders.

    Cheers

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      3
      ) Romanas Naryškin
      September 13, 2012 at 12:51 am

      Hello, Don!

      I believe B&H, as we, calls it “pre-order” because they are not carried out immediately and can be canceled at any time with the product not having been shipped yet. So, “pre-order” likely stands for “order in advance, before it’s available”. That’s how I see it :)

      Have a great day!

    • 4
      ) Alan
      September 13, 2012 at 2:33 am

      It’s an overly used term in video games purchase, where you order the product prior to its actual launch date.

  3. 5
    ) Love2Eat
    September 13, 2012 at 4:24 am

    I am slightly disappointed about the pricing for UK customers.
    The D600 body costs $2096.95 in the US, which should equate to £1,301.34 as of today’s exchange rate in the UK. Even with the 20% sales tax added (£260) , it should still be cheaper than the announced RRP for UK which is £1995.

    Shame they rip off customers in the UK like this.

    • 6
      ) Pascal
      September 13, 2012 at 8:02 am

      Same for THE rest of Europe. Everyone seems to apply a currency conversion of 1 / 1. Here it is listed 2099 Euro. I wonder what shipping and custom costs would be if I order from B&H. Does anyone have any experience with that?

      • 8
        ) Love2Eat
        September 14, 2012 at 1:25 am

        Pascal, I don’t think it is worth ordering from the US, paying all the duty and shipping, unless you are itching to get your hands on that camera. Wait a few months (which is what I am going to do) and see if the price comes down.

  4. 7
    ) Don
    September 13, 2012 at 8:06 am

    Exchange rate, international insurance, customs fees, and don’t forget your camera is considered under a 1 year US/North American warranty as opposed to a 2 year European warranty. Is it really worth it to save a few dollars/Euros? Not for me. I bought my D4 here in Finland.

    @Love2Eat,

    Is this the first thing you’ve ever ordered? Are you surprised by VAT, and some extra taxes, to include import duties? The camera is not coming from the US. It is coming from Japan unless Nikon has suddenly opened up a US manufacturing plant. Your “ripped off” argument is moot….

    • 9
      ) Love2Eat
      September 14, 2012 at 1:32 am

      Don, I think you missed the point. As someone living in the UK, I know why the figures are different in the US and here in the UK. We have the same sales tax (VAT) across the country and when companies announce prices hey usually do it incl. tax, unlike in the US.

      Btw, for your information, D600 is made in Thailand and not in Japan.

  5. 10
    ) Gutted
    September 17, 2012 at 4:11 am

    Absolutely shocking UK price. Sales will tank here in the UK. I was dead set on getting one of these. NO way ever at that price. No more milking this UK cow NIkon. At a loss/gutted!

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