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I noticed a number of posts showing shipped from B&H.  I pre-ordered on 7/7 at 4:00 AM so I knew I should be pretty high on the list so I chatted with them to learn my Credit Card had been refused !!!   I checked with the Credit Card company and sure enough my trip out of state last weekend put a security hold on the card.  With that straightened out I called B&H and got the charge through for them.  An hour later I got my Shipping notice.  It is now on the Big Brown Truck :)

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So glad my wait will finally be over when I take delivery of the body and my 16-55mm f2.8 tomorrow morning. Sadly in order to get it had to cancel with B&H because they kept jacking me around........one minute it's coming tomorrow the next it's backordered with NO idea when it will be in. So called Brad Berger of Berger Bros. in NY. A great guy, and had my two items in stock coming tomorrow morning. He's got the grip and batteries to be delivered next week so then I'll get those as well. It's all good in the end, but quite disappointed about B&H. Dropped 5K with them last week just preparing with all the lenses I got from them

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Delivered at 10:45a EST this morning. Ordered with Adorama yesterday while they had stock. Very impressed with their service. Can't play with it for now since I'm at work, but I'll probably get the battery charging. 

ordered with adorama mid august.  still waiting on the brown truck.  

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So glad my wait will finally be over when I take delivery of the body and my 16-55mm f2.8 tomorrow morning. Sadly in order to get it had to cancel with B&H because they kept jacking me around........one minute it's coming tomorrow the next it's backordered with NO idea when it will be in. So called Brad Berger of Berger Bros. in NY. A great guy, and had my two items in stock coming tomorrow morning. He's got the grip and batteries to be delivered next week so then I'll get those as well. It's all good in the end, but quite disappointed about B&H. Dropped 5K with them last week just preparing with all the lenses I got from them

b&h screwed up my x-pro1 order big time.  i preordered the body but they didn't bother to ship it out.  and it was the day before passover began so i had to wait an entire week before i could even talk to a live human.  that was the last time i'll ever order from them.

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