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Been shopping around and the best deal I can find at present is this http://www.eglobaldigitalstore.co.uk/nikon-d5200-twin-kit-with-nikon-18-55mm-vr-...
has anyone bought from this site ? are they safe and reliable
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My advice is stick to shops which have a good reputation. It might be a bit more expensive than eglobaldigital but you have the reassurance that you will receive the camera which can be repaired in the UK and be guarantied by Nikon.
Hi, the above comment has some great points. I started out about 2 Yeats ago with my d5000, still have as backup. I've spent a few pounds since then on kit. It might seem that the extra say £100 you would spend on a kit would be a lot but as I looked into prices before upgrading to my D7000 I stuck with the bigger sellers like wex and clifton cameras, because not all seller have uk stock and nikon won't touch them. I got stung with a nikon lens, yes saved £90 but company went bust and cant get any backup from nikon on this.........you will have great fun with that kit, I remember the first shots I took there is a great noise when you hit the shutter button on a dslr.......but at the end of the day it is your money and what ever you think is best for you........have fun.
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