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Jan 18, 2019 10:00:01   #
Nikon D700 Full Frame Body Only in like new condition with just over 13K shots ( 150K Rating )
Very Clean and well taken care off by non smoker
3 Batteries, one which is new in box
2 rapid chargers, one which is new in box
Original box with everything which came with camera
Delkin Devices 16GB Compact flash
D700 neck strap

Asking $450 shipped

Send me a private message if interested

Thanks
 
Dec 30, 2018 11:47:36   #
2666loco wrote:
Buy it immediately.
I bought 2 on ebay at different times. they have about 26K snaps. They are incredible. All my old Nikon mount lenses work and they meter with old and non cpu lenses, a rare quality.
I love them and the camera you describe is a steal at that price and 12K clicks. I'm still working on all the tweaks. I set them up as I want and basically they are highly sophistocated point and shoots to me.


Guess I got lucky on this one. The Nikon D700 I bought about 5 weeks ago works perfectly. I love it. The only issue i have noticed is, it seems a full frame camera has a difference depth of field than the Nikon D300 I was use to.

All in all, I am happy with my purchase.
Dec 30, 2018 11:32:18   #
Marilyng wrote:
Well I guess I will go back to eBay where they give free shipping.I purchased almost all my gear from Adorama but I think I will go elseware after this!


eBay, really? Adorama is an established company with good customer service and return policies. With eBay, you take your chances, especially with PayPal. Would not give up on Adorama over $11.25 in favor of eBay. This is just my opinion but to me your decision does not sound like a wise choice.

Dec 29, 2018 07:06:29   #
Bill_de wrote:
Hopefully they know that a bag of peanuts has peanuts in it.

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I actually have a jar of peanut butter which reads " WARNING: CONTAINS PEANUTS "

Sure as hell better, considering it is peanut butter.

I want to know why my gallon of milk does not read, " WARNING: CONTAINS MILK "?

Dec 29, 2018 07:00:56   #
Robertl594 wrote:
Never would have guessed! This was in the Nikon Z7 Users guide. And I thought I knew a little about photography. Guess not. Glad I got this, now I know. Can’t wait to get to the QTip and ear section.


This is called COVER YOUR ASS. In today's world, people are so sue happy, companies place all kinds of warnings because common sense is not common anymore.

Examples

1: Nikon Binoculars have an orange sun sticker, warning user not to look at the sun.

2: Bought girlfriend an electric hair dryer which has a sticker warning user not use use hair dryer in shower.

3: Was spraying roses for bugs and the bottle on insecticide's label warns user not to drink contents.

and the list goes on and on. Maybe all warning labels should be removed ..... the problem would solve itself.

Dec 27, 2018 09:48:46   #
jaymatt wrote:
I’m surprised she can stand up with all that weight hanging from her.


She won't be standing long.
 
Dec 3, 2018 09:48:43   #
Dec 3, 2018 02:29:47   #
Decided to just keep item as the new price has dropped so low
Nov 22, 2018 12:33:20   #
rmalarz wrote:
You got a great deal. I have had a D700 since 2010 and still use it at times. I upgraded to a D800 a couple of years ago but still rely on the 700 from time to time.
--Bob


Glad to hear I got a great deal. One thing is for certain, I will never go back to aps-c after experiencing full frame. Even if the D700 is 10 years old.
The 1.5 crop factor is not worth losing the better color, better dynamic range and better low light performance of a full frame sensor.
So far I have managed to shot in a low light restaurant hand held @ ISO 6400 with nice results and almost no noise. DxO removed what little noise there was.
At ISO 3200 and lower there is no noise I can see.
Nov 22, 2018 08:15:17   #
I went ahead and bought the Nikon D700 for $490.
Nov 22, 2018 07:26:37   #
I came from a Nikon D300. The D700 may look like the D300 but the performance of the D700 is far superior. Better colors, clarity, low light performance with little to no noise and the full frame sensor gives me a wider photo. I will never go back to APS-C and would gave gone full frame a long time ago had I know what I know now. I am amazed at the difference.

PS The D700 looking like my old D300 saved me from learning a new camera. With a couple of extras in the menu the D300 does not have, the D700 operation is essentially the same as the D300.

Finding a barely used D700 in like new condition with just over 11,036 shots from the original owner for $490 was, too me, the deal of the year.

I am a happy shooter
 
Nov 22, 2018 07:15:55   #
cameraf4 wrote:
I still have my D700. Hated the first Nikon DSLRs and their APS-C sensors, bought more Fujichrome film. But my D700 restored my love for photography. Hope you enjoy your as much as I have mine.


I came from a Nikon D300. The D700 may look like the D300 but the performance of the D700 is far superior. Better colors, clarity, low light performance with little to no noise and the full frame sensor gives me a wider photo. I will never go back to APS-C and would gave gone full frame a long time ago had I know what I know now. I am amazed at the difference.

PS The D700 looking like my old D300 saved me from learning a new camera. With a couple of extras in the menu the D300 does not have, the D700 operation is essentially the same as the D300.

Finding a barely used D700 in like new condition with just over 11,036 shots from the original owner for $490 was, too me, the deal of the year.

I am a happy shooter
Nov 21, 2018 23:44:20   #
mcmama wrote:
After checking what they’ve sold for on eBay, this seems like a very good deal.


I went ahead and bought the Nikon D700 for $490. Beautiful camera. I have posted my first shots in photo gallery.

Thanks to all who chimed in about this deal ..........
Nov 21, 2018 16:59:20   #
Testing out my newly acquired Nikon D700


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Nov 21, 2018 13:03:45   #
Got an opportunity to pickup a Nikon D700. Camera is in mint condition, original box with everything which came with it from the original owner.
Camera was used as a backup and has 11,182 shots. I have tried the camera and it appears to function correctly. I will be using it with my Nikon 85mm 1.8D lens.
I already have compact flash memory.

Gentlemen is asking $490. I would like some feedback as to the price? Reasonable?

This would be my first full frame camera.

Thanks to all in advance ..............
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