I noticed the advert for the "Gray Market" D800, and was curious why anyone would buy those?http://kenrockwell.com/tech/gray-market.htm
Doesn't seem like a very good bargain, at any price...
I mean, if you can't even upgrade software?
What purpose would these cameras be, just incase of repair needs or servicing, replacing a shutter...??
A lens, I can see, but even the SB-910 can be upgraded through the camera. So what then?
These two items alone are too expensive, to not have the ability of service, repair or other work.
I find software updates can often be helpful, and many bring significant improvements to the hardware.
Just wondering where you are then, without that awesome responsibility from the company, down the road.
D800, AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR, B+W Clear MRC 77mm, AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR, Sigma DG UV 77mm,
SB-910~WG-AS3, SB-50, ME-1, Lexar Professional 600x 64GB SDXC UHS-I 90MB/s* x2, 400x 32GB SDHC UHS-I 60MB/s* x1
Vanguard ALTA PRO 263AT, GH-300T, SBH-250, SBH-100, PH-22 Panhead
Lowepro S&F Deluxe Technical Belt and Harness ~ Pouch 60 AW 50 AW & 10, S&F Toploader 70 AW, Lens Case 11 x 26cm
FE, NIKKOR 2-20mm f/1.8, OPTEX UV 52mm, Vivitar Zoom 285, Kodacolor VR 1000 CF 135-24 EXP DX 35mm, rePlay XD1080