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Nikon offers cashback on D3100, D5100 and D7000 in the UK and Ireland

Sharif Sakr
03.29.12
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If you're still poring over the specs of Nikon's current DSLR consumer models, then you've managed to dally just long enough to snag a tidy cashback offer. At least, that's if you're in the UK or Ireland and can make your purchase before the end of May. Nikon has confirmed to us that this is a local promotion, but we're on the case to see if a similar deal is coming to the States. In the meantime, these discounts range from £30 ($50) on the D3100, £50 ($80) on the flip-screen D5100 (shown above) and £80 ($130) on the D7000 when purchased body-only, or slightly more if you pick up a Nikkor lens at the same time. On the other hand, if you're casting about more generally for a kit upgrade, and if you can bear to stall just a little longer, then this could potentially hint at new models coming soon -- although it's not the first cashback offer to hit this range. You'll find further details after the break.



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NIKON'S NEW BUMPER CASHBACK OFFER

London, UK, 29th March 2012: Nikon UK today launches a new bumper D-SLR promotion offering up to £100 cashback on selected Nikon D-SLR cameras until 30th May 2012 inclusive.

All claims must be received by the 30th June 2012 in order to qualify.

Simon Iddon, Product Manager for Nikon enthusiast products says: "With spring in full swing, now is the perfect time to upgrade to a Nikon D-SLR. This promotion on the D3100, D5100 and D7000, offers something for everyone in order to take their photography to the next level".

The D3100 is Nikon's best-selling, entry-level D-SLR to date and features the intuitive Guide Mode which automatically selects settings based on what you are shooting. Another award-winning model, the Nikon D5100, includes a swing-out, vari-angle LCD monitor enabling greater creativity from any angle. And, packing high-end technology into a surprisingly lightweight body, the Nikon D7000 will satisfy any photographer ready to further their skills.

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