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Canon R5 LIKE NEW
Nov 21, 2022 06:56:47   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
I have an R5 that is about 1 month old, less than 50 electronic actuations,
No mechanical actuations, No video. Receipt, box and all the fixing.
10 months of warranty $3,200 Net to me
Shipping and insurance are on me


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Nov 21, 2022 07:15:22   #
Bigmike1 Loc: I am from Gaffney, S.C. but live in Utah.
 
Just curious...why would you want to sell this camera so soon after buying it? Did you over extend yourself and now realize that it placed you in a bad spot and you really don't need this camera? If I was rich I would take it off your hands just to help you out...but I'm not. I wish you luck.

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Nov 21, 2022 08:38:47   #
BebuLamar
 
I am curious too as most stores would allow return in 2 weeks and the OP just kept it 2 more weeks and decided he doesn't want it?

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Nov 21, 2022 09:21:03   #
Sidwalkastronomy Loc: New Jersey Shore
 
Hoggers would like more info. Even if you make up a reason we would like to know something about selling a camera after 4 werks

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Nov 21, 2022 11:06:58   #
Saycheeze Loc: Ct
 
I’m a Nikon shooter at heart. The grass looked greener on the other side and I thought a change might invigorate and motivate me to get out more to shoot. Over the years I’ve collected plenty of Nikon equipment so I sold enough to buy an R3 an R5. I had some canon lenses from back in the 90’s that adapted well. I found out quickly
that I liked Nikon better. An expensive lesson, yes, but if they don’t sell I’ll become a Canon shooter.

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Nov 21, 2022 14:37:57   #
robertjerl Loc: Corona, California
 
Saycheeze wrote:
I’m a Nikon shooter at heart. The grass looked greener on the other side and I thought a change might invigorate and motivate me to get out more to shoot. Over the years I’ve collected plenty of Nikon equipment so I sold enough to buy an R3 an R5. I had some canon lenses from back in the 90’s that adapted well. I found out quickly
that I liked Nikon better. An expensive lesson, yes, but if they don’t sell I’ll become a Canon shooter.


Being ambidextrous in the two biggest brands is a good thing. Sometimes they come out with real neat lenses or other attachments that the other guy doesn't have, and you see it and "Man! I just have to have one of those!"

I have mostly Canon (4 dslr + R7), but also a Fuji* bridge camera, Olympus pocket camera, Sony high-end bridge camera (RX10 iv) and Panasonic pocket zoom. I also have access to and sometimes use my wife's T6s with 4 lenses and her SX50. And a few older ones in a drawer that I haven't even looked at in years.

*An older HS10 that I used to teach our special needs son (30, but mentality of a bright 5-year-old) basic photography a few years ago. Lately he has started talking about taking pictures again. I think I will put a label on the case as "His Camera", it will probably give him a real charge that "He has his own camera."

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Nov 22, 2022 09:56:17   #
jbk224 Loc: Long Island, NY
 
To the OP.
You might have an easier sale if you clarify the following:
- Where did you purchase the R5 (and R3 if for sale too)
- Did you register these with Canon? If so, the warranty is not transferable. If not, they can be a 'gift' with receipt provided to purchaser.
- Provide pics of the camera with box and all items that came with it.
Hope this helps.

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Nov 22, 2022 13:02:17   #
willaim Loc: Sunny Southern California
 
After 2 months, you are selling it! Was the camera too much for you to use? If, for some reason, you did not like the camera, you could have returned it to the store you bought it from. Most places have a 30 day return policy. BTW, if the camera was registered, I don't think the warrantee is transferrable. Anyway, good luck selling it.

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Nov 24, 2022 12:10:20   #
BobHartung Loc: Bettendorf, IA
 
Saycheeze wrote:
I’m a Nikon shooter at heart. The grass looked greener on the other side and I thought a change might invigorate and motivate me to get out more to shoot. Over the years I’ve collected plenty of Nikon equipment so I sold enough to buy an R3 an R5. I had some canon lenses from back in the 90’s that adapted well. I found out quickly
that I liked Nikon better. An expensive lesson, yes, but if they don’t sell I’ll become a Canon shooter.


Now you are sounding like me. I also have an R5 that is barely used and just collecting dust.

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