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Feb 4, 2022 09:27:20   #
Richard HZ Loc: Indiana, US
 
The Nikon D800 has sit in the climate-controlled cabinet for quite long time after I bought Nikon D4S and then D500 and D850. I bought from B&H brand new and it is US model. All original box and accessories, manual. Except for strap, all assertories have not been used. The camera has been protected from day 1 with camera skin and film for screens. The camera is in virtually mint - almost like new condition. The shutter count is 26,418. The Vello battery grip works flawlessly and comes with the sale. In order to be fit with battery grip, the camera skin was cut at the bottom. If needed, the camera skin can also come with for free. Shipment via FedEx included to 48 continental states. Price: $685













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Feb 5, 2022 00:38:07   #
Karen1955 Loc: NC
 
Richard HZ wrote:
The Nikon D800 has sit in the climate-controlled cabinet for quite long time after I bought Nikon D4S and then D500 and D850. I bought from B&H brand new and it is US model. All original box and accessories, manual. Except for strap, all assertories have not been used. The camera has been protected from day 1 with camera skin and film for screens. The camera is in virtually mint - almost like new condition. The shutter count is 26,418. The Vello battery grip works flawlessly and comes with the sale. In order to be fit with battery grip, the camera skin was cut at the bottom. If needed, the camera skin can also come with for free. Shipment via FedEx included to 48 continental states. Price: $685
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I'm just now looking to upgrade to a FF from a d7500. I find I crop most all of my birding shots and ultimately lose quality. Would your camera be a good fit for me? Thanks

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Feb 5, 2022 08:48:39   #
agillot
 
I may be wrong there , but going from a crop sensor to a full frame sensor will not change anything . maybe more pixels would help when you crop . On the other hand a larger lens will give you a larger bird to work with . i use a old nikkor 800 mm f8 manual focus with a old D300 , crop sensor , and that is about the minimum for smaller birds .

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Feb 5, 2022 08:53:07   #
Drbobcameraguy Loc: Eaton Ohio
 
Karen1955 wrote:
I'm just now looking to upgrade to a FF from a d7500. I find I crop most all of my birding shots and ultimately lose quality. Would your camera be a good fit for me? Thanks


It's a great camera but it depends on the lenses you have. If you have fx lenses then you may think about it. If you have mostly dx lenses you will have to upgrade both.

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Feb 5, 2022 09:00:12   #
Karen1955 Loc: NC
 
agillot wrote:
I may be wrong there , but going from a crop sensor to a full frame sensor will not change anything . maybe more pixels would help when you crop . On the other hand a larger lens will give you a larger bird to work with . i use a old nikkor 800 mm f8 manual focus with a old D300 , crop sensor , and that is about the minimum for smaller birds .


I'm using a Sigma 150-600mm. The pixels are exactly what I'm referring to. Maybe a teleconverter to give me better reach?

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Feb 5, 2022 09:01:52   #
RonH Loc: Shoreview MN
 
Where in IN are you. I go through there once a month and may be interested but would want to pick it up myself. Nothing to do with you, everything to do with shipping these days. Thanks.

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Feb 5, 2022 10:22:13   #
Jim Bianco
 
Is this camera free ship? Thanks Jim Bianco

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Feb 5, 2022 11:45:12   #
tcthome Loc: Keansburg , NJ
 
Karen1955 wrote:
I'm just now looking to upgrade to a FF from a d7500. I find I crop most all of my birding shots and ultimately lose quality. Would your camera be a good fit for me? Thanks


The pixels should help in my opinion.

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Feb 5, 2022 13:07:43   #
Richard HZ Loc: Indiana, US
 
RonH wrote:
Where in IN are you. I go through there once a month and may be interested but would want to pick it up myself. Nothing to do with you, everything to do with shipping these days. Thanks.


I live in Bloomington, IN.

Thanks!

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Feb 5, 2022 13:08:21   #
Richard HZ Loc: Indiana, US
 
Jim Bianco wrote:
Is this camera free ship? Thanks Jim Bianco


Hello Jim,

Shipment free to continental 48 states, US.

Thanks!

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Feb 5, 2022 13:15:52   #
Richard HZ Loc: Indiana, US
 
Karen1955 wrote:
I'm using a Sigma 150-600mm. The pixels are exactly what I'm referring to. Maybe a teleconverter to give me better reach?


All my gears are for bird photography. You may see what I have posted here in UHH. Before I bought D4S, D500, and D850. I used D800 for my bird photography. Because of crop concern, I had not used my D4S much and D500 even less after I had D850. There are other factors that need tp be considered, such as frame per second. D800 is not as fast as my other cameras, which is another factor that I put it in the climate control cabinet for quite long time.

I will sell my D500 immediately after receive Z9. My D500 is only for backup use purpose. The reason I have not used much is because of pixels.

Thanks!

Richard

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Feb 5, 2022 14:21:16   #
JerseyBob Loc: New Jersey
 
Richard
I’m interested in the D500 when you are ready to sell it

Bob

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Feb 5, 2022 14:53:58   #
Richard HZ Loc: Indiana, US
 
JerseyBob wrote:
Richard
I’m interested in the D500 when you are ready to sell it

Bob


Hello Bob,

Sure. The D500 is just sitting in the cabinet. This is just for backup in case my D850 has problem (I doubt it would). You will like the condition. It is fully protected (camera skin, screens with film cover) and also with Nikon brand battery grip. With this grip, you can use much larger battery (EN-EL 18a, b c).

Thanks!

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Feb 6, 2022 09:13:57   #
Jim Bianco
 
Richard HZ wrote:
The Nikon D800 has sit in the climate-controlled cabinet for quite long time after I bought Nikon D4S and then D500 and D850. I bought from B&H brand new and it is US model. All original box and accessories, manual. Except for strap, all assertories have not been used. The camera has been protected from day 1 with camera skin and film for screens. The camera is in virtually mint - almost like new condition. The shutter count is 26,418. The Vello battery grip works flawlessly and comes with the sale. In order to be fit with battery grip, the camera skin was cut at the bottom. If needed, the camera skin can also come with for free. Shipment via FedEx included to 48 continental states. Price: $685
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Feb 6, 2022 09:23:39   #
Jim Bianco
 
I am interested in the D800, I am going to list my nikon D 610 and my nikon 60mm 2.8 D macro lens with caps and battery and charger with instruction books and original box, low shutter count, everything like new, so I could recoupe some of my money so I could buy your D 800.

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