Hi, as I have mentioned elsewhere, I'm going to buy Nikon D7100. I have been waiting for good few months now hoping for the price to reduce (if D7200 is released). So I keep checking online for prices and yesterday found HDew cameras selling D7100 with 18-140mm VR lense for £760. I understand that these are grey imports. I have looked around to understand what grey imports mean exactly. Could you please correct me if I'm wrong? 1) Cameras manufactured at the same factory as the 'white imports' - same quality 2) Imported to the UK 'on my behalf' Does it mean that the VAT would not be paid at all? Or how do these companies get the stock to the UK? As per online reviews, HDew cameras send the VAT paid invoice with the camera - so how does that work exactly? If HMRC came looking for their VAT, wouldn't that invoice suffice? And if they indeed came to me, I would 'simply' pay the 20%, which would put me at the same price level as what the cameras are being sold these days anyway, hence I would not be loosing money (but my saving would also be gone). 3) Does it effect the warranty at all? Again, as per online reviews and HDew cameras themselves, the camera comes with 3 years warranty - 1 year from Nikon, 2 years from HDew. Would any Nikon service my camera within the first year or only the one from the original country? HDew cameras themselves seem to have a good name, very good reviews overall. I really like the price and to be honest, I've been waiting for so long, I'm getting impatient. But I don't want to make a mistake by buying a grey import unless I know exactly what I'm getting myself into. Thank you.