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Sony A7R III. SOLD>>>SOLD
Jun 17, 2022 09:02:22   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
It’s a great camera, works perfectly, sensor is clean. I see a couple of extremely light hairline scratches that only show up when the screen is off and held up under a strong light, at just the right angle. Screen is a 9+. There are no functional issues with the camera, the doors and panels all open and shut properly, the buttons and knobs all work properly, nothing seems loose or sticky. There are spots where the black finish rubbed off a bit on the edges, which is why I’m conservatively rating it an 8+.

It’s at about 57k shutter actuations, and Sony rates the shutter life expectancy on these at 500,000. Plenty of life left.

The original OEM Sony battery is included, the body cap, a Wasabi USB battery charger, and the original box. There’s also the tether clamp accessory, I’ve never used it but I think it came with the camera. Firmware is the latest available, 3.10. $1300 NO FEE PAYMENT (new IRS rules). Shipping CONUS is included





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Jun 17, 2022 09:58:10   #
lamiaceae Loc: San Luis Obispo County, CA
 
Saycheeze wrote:
It’s a great camera, works perfectly, sensor is clean. I see a couple of extremely light hairline scratches that only show up when the screen is off and held up under a strong light, at just the right angle. Screen is a 9+. There are no functional issues with the camera, the doors and panels all open and shut properly, the buttons and knobs all work properly, nothing seems loose or sticky. There are spots where the black finish rubbed off a bit on the edges, which is why I’m conservatively rating it an 8+.

It’s at about 57k shutter actuations, and Sony rates the shutter life expectancy on these at 500,000. Plenty of life left.

The original OEM Sony battery is included, the body cap, a Wasabi USB battery charger, and the original box. There’s also the tether clamp accessory, I’ve never used it but I think it came with the camera. Firmware is the latest available, 3.10. $1300 NO FEE PAYMENT (new IRS rules). Shipping CONUS is included
It’s a great camera, works perfectly, sensor is cl... (show quote)


Just out of curiosity and perhaps if I see this for something I am interested in purchasing or selling something. Please explain "NO FEE PAYMENT (new IRS rules)".

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Jun 17, 2022 10:21:51   #
azted Loc: Las Vegas, NV.
 
When did you buy it? Why are you selling it? Please also answer the question posed by lamiaceae above. I have interest, but you are throwing up flags.

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Jun 17, 2022 11:38:22   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
okay....new IRS rules require PayPal to report to them any sales (Goods and Services) transactions over $600 and the IRS now considers that as taxable income. Thats it in a nutshell.

I'm the 2nd owner and I bought the camera about 2 months ago and used it one time to photograph a recital.
BTW the A7R III has one of the highest rated senors according to DXO
1) Hasselblad X1D-50c (opens in new tab) (102)
2) Pentax 645Z (101)
3) Panasonic S1R (opens in new tab) (100)
4) Nikon D850 (opens in new tab) (100)
5) Sony A7R III (opens in new tab) (100)

I'm selling it to raise money for a Nikon Z9

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Jun 17, 2022 11:58:32   #
UTMike Loc: South Jordan, UT
 
I have and love a Sony a7R3. It is a great camera.

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Jun 17, 2022 12:11:13   #
nicksr1125 Loc: Mesa, AZ
 
Almost makes me wish I justify a 2nd body.

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Jun 17, 2022 12:19:58   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
I'm throwing up flags? Are you kidding me!!!! I would suggest you move on to another ad. If you are not current with IRS regs that's not my problem. When I bought it is irrelevent. I posted that the camera has been used for approx 57000 mechanical shutter actuations who cares how long it sat on the shelf

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Jun 18, 2022 09:52:14   #
tcthome Loc: Keansburg , NJ
 
Saycheeze wrote:
okay....new IRS rules require PayPal to report to them any sales (Goods and Services) transactions over $600 and the IRS now considers that as taxable income. Thats it in a nutshell.

I'm the 2nd owner and I bought the camera about 2 months ago and used it one time to photograph a recital.
BTW the A7R III has one of the highest rated senors according to DXO
1) Hasselblad X1D-50c (opens in new tab) (102)
2) Pentax 645Z (101)
3) Panasonic S1R (opens in new tab) (100)
4) Nikon D850 (opens in new tab) (100)
5) Sony A7R III (opens in new tab) (100)

I'm selling it to raise money for a Nikon Z9
okay....new IRS rules require PayPal to report to ... (show quote)


If you paid that much, is it taxable income?=no. If you paid more, can you write off the $?

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Jun 20, 2022 11:46:14   #
JimBart Loc: Western Michigan
 
I believe you may be wrong on income for a single transaction unless you are in business. You may want to review what the IRS considers income for 2023 tax purposes per the attached
https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/what-is-taxable-and-nontaxable-income

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Jun 20, 2022 12:59:41   #
azted Loc: Las Vegas, NV.
 
JimBart wrote:
I believe you may be wrong on income for a single transaction unless you are in business. You may want to review what the IRS considers income for 2023 tax purposes per the attached
https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/what-is-taxable-and-nontaxable-income


Selling a personal asset is not income. That is why selling your home for more than you paid is not taxed until you make over $500,000.00 in one transaction. The reason is that you bought your assets with post tax dollars. On the other side of the coin, if you are selling cameras as a business, then the marginal profit is taxable after all business deductions.

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Jun 20, 2022 14:04:32   #
JimBart Loc: Western Michigan
 
Aztec…. The 500k limit is if the house is jointly owned. I believe a single owner must pay after 250k
Agree with you on the other points as I was a former tax auditor.

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Jun 20, 2022 14:07:22   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
https://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1737108

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Jun 20, 2022 14:46:08   #
azted Loc: Las Vegas, NV.
 
Saycheeze wrote:
https://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1737108


You are either a high income person or operating a cash business and not consistent in your bookkeeping if you are worried about some 1099's getting you in trouble with the IRS. Think of it this way, the IRS had enough on its hands prior to asking for billions of transaction details from the internet. Do you really think they are currently capable of going after you for selling a camera (personal item) here or there? What they are looking for is the person who is running a sales business on the internet and not paying taxes on income. If that is you, then you can worry. If not, relax a little!

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Jun 20, 2022 20:20:29   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
I just dont want to do any paperwork Im a retiree, so forget the high income, my tax return is simple and i want to keep it that way

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