Source for NIK Silver Efex Pro 2
I was browsing online and found a site called Smart Shop selling Silver Efex Pro 2 for $60 (standard price is $200). I'm a little suspicious, but you never know the kinds of arrangements/deals that have been set up. So my questions are: Is this place legit, and can I trust them?
D810, D750, N1-J5, N1-V3 (and a few other cameras) and a BIG handful of lenses.
#2. "RE: Source for NIK Silver Efex Pro 2" | In response to Reply # 0jim thomas Nikonian since 12th Jan 2003Thu 07-Mar-13 06:32 PM | edited Thu 07-Mar-13 06:33 PM by jim thomas
I doubt that it is legitimate for two reasons: 1. The "too good to be true" test; and 2. I think that NIK has discontinued its practice of selling Silver Efex Pro 2 through third parties. I would therefore be very skeptical of that offer. If you want to consider the purchase I suggest that you see if the vendor is rated on
#3. "RE: Source for NIK Silver Efex Pro 2" | In response to Reply # 0robsb Nikonian since 23rd Aug 2006Mon 25-Mar-13 10:56 PM
If you have any other NIK products you can get the full suite for free from Google or pay $145 for everything including Silver Efex Pro 2.
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