Canon 10D, memory cards, USB reader $950

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    doxx TPF Noob!

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    I'm selling my loved 10D (body only), it is a year old and I have shot about 7,500 frames with it. The body shows normal wear, no major scratches, dings or dents. It comes with 2x256MB, 2x64MB Compact Flash cards, original CDs, manual and the box. I also have an USB card reader and a 2nd battery (3rd party). All original accessories are included. I'm asking for $950 firm. I accept paypal, cash, money order or a check (needs to clear). Free USPS Priority shipping within the US.
     
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    graduating to 1D? :)
     
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    Crap, I would buy it in a second except I won't have the money until the end of the year, which is when I am planning to get my 10D. Oh well.
     
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    the camera is sold already.
     
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    just to feed your curiosity; I'm going to get a Leica M6 TTL
    with a nice set of lenses.
     
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    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    :drool:
     
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    Damn it, where is that flipoff emoticon when you need it...
    Well the movie Eurotrip teaches us that an M6 can get you special treatment from the girl at the photo lab in Amsterdam ;)
     
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    Cool!!!

    But being a 10D guy, why didn't you go in for the Digilux??
     
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    I can't speak for doxx, but the digilux is more of a point and shoot with a fixed lens. While the M6 is a professional rangefinder that can take many different lenses.
     
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    Thanks for clearing the doubt for me voods. I had this notion that Digilux was a "Digital Rangefinder", capable of handling multiple Leica lenses. Is there a "Digital Rangefinder" for Leica?

    And why would they sell a point 'n shoot (eventhough how classy it might be) for USD1850??? And I have read it in articles that "pros were waiting for the its arrival". Were they?
     
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    Vodoo is right. The M6 is the Mother of all rangefinders.
    If you've ever had one in your hands, you can't let go.
    Everything works so super-smooth - the build quality
    is amazing and the lenses are outstanding. The downside:
    everything with an outstanding price tag. I have always
    wanted a Leica - since I haven't used my 10D as much in
    the past and I can always borrow one I take the opportunity...

    Most of the 'Leica people' are hardcore film lovers, the
    Digilux doesn't seem to get that much appreciation from these
    people (which doesn't mean it's a bad camera). Also it does
    not take other lenses.
     
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    So, the Leica has not come out with a 'digital rangefinder' yet?
     

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