B&H appears to have a really solid grey market warranty, too.
August 21, 2014, 08:42:12 AM
Topic: Nikon refuses to fix there own camera (Read 4238 times)
I've always thought Ryther's was a bait-&-switch type of operation. I could be wrong. Most respectable stores won't carry a gray market camera here in the US. At least they will tell you it's a gray or not. You should always get the business checked out before purchasing anything.Apparently they took the USA camera out of the box and put a gray market in. The serial numbers from the box and the camera don't match and Nikon wont touch it without an international receipt. She had got the bait and switch call right after she bought the camera. When she didn't buy there overpriced accessories I guess that is how they made up the difference. The have horrible reviews on the web. I told to buy from B&H first Adorama second.....
More than likely they lost the original box and just tossed it in another. Places like this generally part out the battery, charger, strap, etc just to get the body price lower than the reputable stores.