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Sigma Lens Instant Rebates – Save up to $200!

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

The latest Sigma Lens Instant Rebates Event is in effect right now through July 31st, 2012. You have the ability to save up to $200! Check out all of the possibilities with the links below:

And remember, if you are having any trouble finding a Sigma Lens, you can always make a request for us to track any Sigma Lens at Amazon, Adorama, B&H Photo, as well as many other online retailers.

Nikon D800 & D4… One word: Elusive

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

If you have been one of the many begging for a Nikon D800 or Nikon D4, well as I am sure you already know, you are part of a big club. But don’t fret too much. If you are quick on your fingers, we might just be able to help you like we have already helped a few lucky folks.

While others, and maybe even yourself, are sitting around waiting for those pre-order to be fulfilled, we have been able to scrap a few units together for users of NowInStock.net at Best Buy. Since the massive lines began, Best Buy has had stock available three times for the Nikon D4 (on April 24th & 25th as well as May 2nd) and once for the Nikon D800 (April 25th). Now, please understand you are not alone and inventories are limited. Even Best Buy is not releasing large volumes of these cameras.

If you are still one of those waiting, and waiting, and waiting for your Nikon pre-ordered to be fulfilled, then you might as well have a back-up plan, i.e. NowInStock.net. If you aren’t familiar with NowInStock.net, we are a completely FREE service that monitors the availability of extremely hard to find items. Then we alert our users as soon as we see stock available for purchase. We have helped tens of thousands of users find a variety of different items over the past 7 years. Sign up now, you have nothing to lose.

To begin, register for a FREE account, add the items you want alerted on from the retailers we are tracking, and as soon as we find stock available for purchase, we alert you immediately via txt, email, or desktop & browser alerts, you decide! When you receive these alerts you NEED to click the link AND move those fingers fast! Stock will probably sell out in a matter of minutes!

Stop feeling defeated, start using NowInStock.net! For the Nikon D800 and D4, we are tracking a variety of retailers to ensure you are one of the first to know when and where that elusive stock is available for purchase. Currently, we are tracking Adorama, Amazon, B&H Photo, Best Buy, BuyDig, J&R, and Unique Photo.

Here are our in stock trackers for the Nikon D800 and Nikon D4.

Nikon D800, Canon 5D Mark III…

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Today has kicked off to be a fine day for many eager photographers out there, and it just might even get better.

  • We have just launched a brand new tracker for the just announced Nikon D800 and D800E.
  • We have also added tracking for the two new Canon lenses in our Canon Camera Lens Tracker:
    • Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II
    • Canon EF 24mm f/2.8 IS

Pre-release tracking for next-gen cameras. This type of tracking allows you to subscribe to certain retailers for this item. Then as soon as we hear of it’s release, have product pages for the item, and it can be pre-ordered, we will alert you. IMPORTANT: When signing up for these types of items, ALWAYS make sure that you have Pre-Order alerts turned ON!

Now tracking Nikon V1 & J1 Cameras

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Looking to get your hands on the upcoming Nikon V1 or J1? Maybe our FREE in stock trackers can help you be one of the first to get these new cameras. Entering the foray into mirrorless small sensor cameras, Nikon wants to offer users the luxury of interchangeable lenses in a small format camera. Sign up for our FREE in stock alerts and be notified as soon as we find stock available for purchase. Release date for the Nikon V1 & J1 is around October 20th 2011 in the USA. Visit the Nikon V1 In Stock Tracker or Nikon J1 In Stock Tracker for more information.

Camera Inventories Extremely Low, Stock Levels Returning When?

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

If you haven’t noticed by now, the effects of the unfortunate earthquake and tsunami in Japan are finally being realized with regards to the digital camera market. Inventories are low and numerous “Out of Stock” messages are plastered all over the largest web retailer sites. From Amazon, to B&H Photo, to Adorama, the message is pretty clear that inventories are basically struggling for the majority of the top DSLR cameras out there.

After reviewing our in stock trackers here at NowInStock.net, the cameras which are showing major inventory shortages are the Canon 7D and T3i as well as the professional level Canon 1D Mark IV and 1Ds Mark III. As for Nikon, the hard-to-find models are professional level Nikon D3s and D3x as well as the pro-sumer models of D7000 Body and D700. As for Panasonic, their already super hot Panasonic GH2 has been lacking inventories right when it was starting to meet demand.

If you are having trouble finding these or any other cameras, then be sure to sign up for our FREE in stock alerts. As soon as we see stock available for purchase, we will alert you. Visit our Camera In Stock Trackers to see if stock is available.

Could this Disaster Change Inventory Strategies Going Forward?

What I wonder is will the impending disasters of the future, as there are sure to be more, change the inventory strategies of any of these major camera manufacturers to help sustain or even grow profits and user bases. Will they begin to stock pile cameras locally so that inventories can continue to ship if/when the next disaster occurs? Does it make sense to even do so or do they already do so and have exhausted those inventories?

I guess in order to get to the root of that answer, we would have ask ourselves, if Canon or Nikon had such a strategy in place, would it have made an existing camera user switch to a competitor if their competitor had inventory available? Or would a first time buyer change their mind and get a competitor model because stock was available?

Of the two above questions I feel the later is the most likely scenario to occur. And this is a costly one. Losing an aspiring photographer means losing subsequent lens and accessory sales as well.

 

Nikon D5100 In Stock Tracker Live

Friday, April 8th, 2011

If you are eagerly awaiting the Nikon D5100, then you might be happy to know that we are now tracking Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy for the release of this new camera. Sign up for our FREE in stock alerts and as soon as we see stock available for purchase we will alert you.

To see if stock is currently available visit the Nikon D5100 in stock tracker. To sign up for alerts, then please visit the D5100 alert selection page.