Nikon is offering up to $400 discount to convince you to go mirrorless with a Z6 or Z7

Jan 29, 2019

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Nikon is offering up to $400 discount to convince you to go mirrorless with a Z6 or Z7

Jan 29, 2019

Dunja Djudjic

Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.

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If you have planned to switch to Nikon Z mirrorless system, perhaps now is a good time. Nikon has launched a trade-in program which offers discounts on Z6 and Z7 cameras if you hand over your working DLSR or mirrorless. And on top of your old camera’s value, you will get up to $400 additional discount.

From 27 January to 31 March 2019, you can hand over your old interchangeable lens camera (ILC) to an authorized Nikon dealer and trade it for a brand new Z6 or Z7. The trade-in amount varies and it will be determined based on the condition and age of your old camera. On top of this value, you’ll get an additional $200 discount for the Z6 and $400 discount for the Z7.

In addition the discounts for Nikon full-frame mirrorless cameras, you can also save $100 on Nikon FTZ Mount Adapter. You’ll get this discount if you decide to buy the adapter along with the Z6 or Z7 camera.

Keep in mind that the camera you want to trade in doesn’t have to be a Nikon. It can be any brand of mirrorless or DSLR, but the only condition is that it’s operating. There’s another limiting factor though –the offer is valid only in the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, as Nikon confirmed to DPReview.

So, if you are based in the eligible areas and want to trade your old camera for a new Nikon full-frame mirrorless, head over to Nikon’s website. There you can find more information and get started with the trade-in process.

[via DPReview]

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8 responses to “Nikon is offering up to $400 discount to convince you to go mirrorless with a Z6 or Z7”

  1. Linda Harper-Hocknull Avatar
    Linda Harper-Hocknull

    Still not sold a kidney to afford one yet….

  2. Mark Harris Avatar
    Mark Harris

    Getting desperate i see lol

  3. decentrist Avatar
    decentrist

    so you can buy a 900 dollar 35mm 1.8 prime…….Nikon….your demise is near unless you rid yourself of your long term arrogance

  4. Dan Avatar
    Dan

    Just wait a couple of more months and they will be giving out $600 unconditional discounts.

  5. Tj Ó Seamállaigh Avatar
    Tj Ó Seamállaigh

    Wait …. didn’t they announce earlier that it should be “Z 6” and “Z 7” – with a space?

  6. totalvamp Avatar
    totalvamp

    how about Nikon fixes their shit app and software first… Also their wifi support is crap. we live in 2019 where a wifi chip is included in everything, but Nikon still forces their stupid app onto anyone using their cameras

  7. Bill Austin Kearns Avatar
    Bill Austin Kearns

    “We guarantee that you will get top dollar for your used equipment”……Trump must be in charge of that idea.

  8. Simon Yong Avatar
    Simon Yong

    Who would be stupid enough to buy a whole new set of Z mount lenses though you still can use adapter for F mount but with caveat. And mind you they are not cheap for a basic 50mm and 35mm. WTF, Nikon think they can dictate the pricing as they like ??