Grey market Nikon D500 for $1,799, new refurbished deals

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Grey market Nikon D500 cameras are now selling for $1,799 on eBay (regular price: $1,996,95).

There are also few new refurbished deals on Nikon gear:

Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8G lens: $1,299 (savings: $500.95/28%)

Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G VR II: $1,699.95 (savings: $419.05/20%)

Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G lens: $199.95 (savings: $100/33%)

Nikon 50mm f/1.8G lens: $159.95 (savings: $57/26%)

Nikon 50mm f/1.4G lens: $359.95 (savings: $40/10%)

Nikon 16-35 f/4G lens: $899.95 (savings: $150/14%)

Nikon D7100 + WU-1A wireless adapter: $589.95 (savings: $310/34%)

Nikon D7200 + 55-200mm lens + WU-1A wireless adapter: $849.95

Nikon D810: $2,279 (savings: $716/24%)

Nikon D750: $1,749.95 (savings: $250)

A Super-Quick Markup Primer

As discussed in “First Steps”, Ulysses uses special characters around text passages to let you define the meaning of these passages. This is called “markup”, and each distinct character set, such as underscores for emphasis, is called a “markup definition”. Any collection of definitions is then called a “markup language”. There are many markup languages in the wild, and you may have come across one or the other on message boards or blogging platforms: Textile, Setext, or the increasingly popular Markdown by John Gruber.

By default, Ulysses uses its native markup language, dubbed “Markdown XL”.