FS: Nikon Gear for sale
Used Nikon Gear for sale - Today, 11:25 AM
Just upgraded gear and do not need the following
Nikon D3 - 2100.00 - SOLD
Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR version 1 - 1500.00
Nikon 70-200 2.8 Vr Version 1 - 1500.00
Nikon 28-70 2.8 - 950.00
Fish Eye DX 10.5 2.8 - 550.00
Nikon 60mm 2.8 Macro - 175.00 SOLD
J Cogliandro Photography - Houston Wedding Photography, Miami Wedding Photography, Destination Wedding Photography
Last edited by Regalon; 08-29-2010 at 02:08 AM.
Reason: change in status
08-27-2010 12:44 PM
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that's one heck of a deal on a d3!
good upgrade for my D40 and D40x
yeah. just needed it to go away today. :) It had not been used in 6 months since I upgraded to two D3s back in November. Had about 240k actuations on it and was used well (though in great condition). Just felt like it was the right price. took me 30 minutes to sell. the hours talking and emailing photos back and forth with potentials made it much better to sell this way.
oops 220k actuations give or take a couple 1000. :)
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sorry about that Bill. will make sure to follow the rules in the future.
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Too Bad I don't shoot Nikon any more...the 70-200 VR's are great lenses.....
Sigma/Hasselblad/Nikon/Olympus/Leica ... See the Light - Shoot the Light .... Just don't stand in-front of a moving car... ... ...
I want one of them sooooo bad, just no extra $$ at the moment.
Originally Posted by tc95
Bump for Joe, he is a good guy. Tempted to buy one of the 70-200 as a backup, they are great lenses.