D3300 serial No. 3855609 with tempered glass screen protector, battery, charger and manual. Shutter count under 700. Absolutely presentation condition.
AF-P 18-55 Nikkor in equally perfect condition.
Great second camera for the experienced shooter, or first real camera for serious beginners.
Asking $320.00 including shipping in lower 48. Pay any reasonable way except Paypal.
PM me if interested.
Is the D7200 still available? Is it USA or grey market?
This is one of the best of a multitude of great shots. If you didn't shoot another photo (terrible thought), your body of work would be a magnificent accomplishment. Are most of your posts quite recent? Or are you drawing on an accumulation over a span of time? Doesn't really matter---just curious.
Should you ever have a book available, I'll be first in line to buy it---and it'll reside on the shelf next to my collection of HCB.
USA D750 serial no. 3116312 bought new from Shutterbug in Eugene on 5/10/17. Unaffected by recent recall. Shutter count is
about 100. In addition to everything that came in the box, includes one extra battery, tempered glass screen protector and David Busch's Field Guide to the D750. Body is unregistered and absolutely like new. Asking $1,300.00 including shipping in CONUSA, or $1,270.00 cash and carry in Eugene. No Paypal. PM if interested.
Strictly MF---manual--and smooth as a baby's bottom! ---and build like a "little brick house".
One of the finest of all 28s, and one of the best Nikkors---ever. Read Rockwell, or any review. MF on full frame or DXs 7xxx and later, with in-camera metering. Available new from Nikon or their dealers for $539.95.
This one is like new and comes with a 30 day, no questions asked, full refund privilege. Asking $300.00 including shipping in lower 48, or $285.00 cash and carry in Eugene, OR. Payment any reasonable way other than Paypal.
PM me if interested.
Excellent images ruined by the "in your face" ownership statement. Find a subtle way to stake your claim.
Glad you did! Lovely pic---but what happened to cause the blemish near the pond?
At 91, still manage to shuffle around the Saturday Market, grabbing people shots with a D750 and tiny Voigtlander 40mm. Homo sapiens is lifetime subject of choice, with a close second being absolutely anything to get strong abstract images. Use AF, A-ISO, A-WB.
Video, flash, wi-fi are bells that don't ring and whistles that don't blow---for me.
If it really looks like new and is a USA Nikon----and isn't red, and if you'll give me a week after I receive it return privilege; I'll take it. Let me know if we're OK on these and your name, address and phone no. Don't do Paypal and I'll gladly wait for my check to clear before you ship--on Fedex preferred.
If you still have the D3300, I'm interested. Perhaps the 18-55 as well; I need to know the precise description to identify the version of the lens.
Grandpa, walkaround lens is like beauty---it's in the eye of the beholder. For you young jocks its a DSLR with an intimidating heavy zoomer. For older guys who can still walk, a P&S or bridge camera. For those in the middle, maybe a DSLR with a small, unobtrusive prime. For me at 91 it's my DSLR with a 40mm tiny Voigtlander prime. Comfortable one hand carry with a wrist strap tether.