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Jessops offer: buy a Nikon D3s, get £318 worth of free kit

by Parm Mann on 16 October 2009, 13:10

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If you're in the market for Nikon's upcoming D3s professional DSLR, you may want to take a look at Jessops' pre-order offer.

The UK's largest photography retailer is bundling a free Sandisk Extreme Pro 16GB Compact Flash Card and Nikon EN-EL4A Battery with every Nikon D3s pre-order. That adds up to £318 worth of completely free kit.

The 12.1 megapixel successor to the D3 promises to be able to shoot handheld photos in virtual darkness and features a full-frame sensor capable of ISO levels of up to 12,800 - expanding to a stunning ISO 102,400. It's equipped with an automatic sensor cleaning system, the ability to record HD video at 720p, and promises around 4,200 images per battery charge.

Priced at £4,199, Jessops expects stock of the Nikon D3s to be available on November 27th. The pre-order promotion can be found at Jessops.com.

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£300 worth of kit on a £4k camera? Not much of an offer :p The Olympus offer is better at the moment ;)
Better than a punch in the plums though :)
How does a battery and a 16GB compact flash card add up to £300+?
How does a battery and a 16GB compact flash card add up to £300+?

It's worth £300 because they sell it for that much, just like how my farts are worth £9001 because I sell it for that much.

Edit: FWIW, it's about £260 to buy those 2 items from amazon.
Wait a couple of weeks and you'll be able to buy all of that from somewhere else cheaper anyway..

The 7D is down to £1500 from £1699 when it was pre-order, and it won't be much longer before it drops even lower..

I dare say that before too much longer the D3s will be down to the £3700 mark..