D750 with MB-D16 grip for sale. The following are included:
- Nikon D750 body, like new. No marks to mention. It has screen protector on both screens.
- Nikon EN EL 15 battery, it reads “0” by the camera.
- MH-25a charger
- strap, data cable
- mini manfrotto tripod, never used
- Nikon MB-D16 grip, like new, one small scuff on the rubber, hardly visible. Used only a few times with the AA tray. The Nikon battery tray has never been used.
- two 64 GB Sandisk extreme pro SD cards
US model, bought as a kit bundle a few years ago. Sparingly used for the family, mostly indoor. Shutter count is about 8900 as of July 26, 2021. Might increase marginally.
The serial IS impacted by the shutter recall. I have not shipped it in for service yet. I used HSS with godox flashes from time to time and I have never had any issues with the images, so I never felt the need to. I was gonna have it serviced before selling it but figure someone might want to use it for a while before getting a brand new shutter. This is perfect for a working professional or anyone who shoots a lot.
Price is $950 shipped for the lot, will ship usps priority. PayPal friends prefer, add 3% if PayPal service is used.
I couldn't find OEM eyecup last week when I took it out after sitting in the shelf for a very long time. Price reduced to $950 to reflect.
Update 7/26/21: found the OEM eyecup :)
How much? You don't have a price.
Is your camera still available?
Yes it is still available.
Yes it is still available.
this is an excellent buy for someone. With everything you have listed we are talking well over 3 grand for these items new. I have a D750 and even though it is becoming a tad outdated, it is still a wonderful camera. And I paid $2,300 body only for my D750 in 2015 and over $450 for the Manfrotto tripod (which I really don't like).
I just found out yesterday I lost the oem eyecup. I will take 50 off the listed price, that is 950, OR I will include a like new DK-17M with a generic adapter to use on the camera. It fits very snug you will never have to worry about losing it.
I recently sold my D750. I had resisted sending it in for the recall as it functioned perfectly. I'm glad I waited. Nikon rebuilt the camera including much of the body the skin, shutter, etc. all for free. So it was returned to me as Nikon refurbished. The shutter count didn't change, but they had installed a new one so that reeally didn't mean much.
This is a great buy for someone especially if you send it in for the recall (which doesn't time out). I don't know if that has to be the original owner.
Camera is still available.
Updated with shutter count from camerashuttercount.
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