Nikon D200 + accessories

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  1. goatprincess

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    Absolutely terrific 10MP digital camera. I have loved this machine. Purchased in late 2005 and in perfect working condition. Selling because I have upgraded to a full-frame D3. I own one other D200 and will keep that for use with the 18-200VR as a fall back camera, but there’s no way I need two D200’s on top of the D3. Along with the camera I’m including everything that shipped with it, including:

    • Manual (English)

    • MH-18a quick charger

    • D200 camera strap (never used)

    • USB cable (unused; I have several of these)

    • Video out cable

    • Power cord (unused; I have several)

    • Display cover

    • D200 Quick Start Guide

    • Nikon PictureProject 1.7 software for Windows and Macintosh

    • Viewfinder cover

    • Accessory connector cap

    • EN-EL3e battery

    Along with the camera I’m including a lot of other related accessories purchased for the D200 that I no longer need:

    • AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D lens, along with original front cap, rear cap, soft case and manual. Never got around to using it, and now own the f/1.4. Paid about $110 retail.

    • Nikon DG-2 2X eyepiece magnifier with eyepiece adapter for the D200. Paid about $50 retail.

    • Nikon DR-6 right angle viewfinder. Paid about $200 retail.

    • Nikon MB-D200 Multi-Power Battery Pack with manual and AA-cell battery slip-in adapter, complete with a set of lithium-ion batteries. Sells for about $150 retail.

    • A 2GB lexar professional compact flash card (retails for $30).

    • Really Right Stuff quick release L-plate for D200 with MB-D200 attached. Absolutely the best professional system for quick on-off attachment to tripods. Get an RRS quick release clamp for your tripod and you’re in business. Retails for $140.

    Since the D200 retails at $1289 total, the total retail value of the kit on offer is $1969.

    From the seller:

    I am selling this camera for my boss. He is a camera enthusiast, not a professional. He used this camera mostly for family photos, etc. It has about 30-40000 actuations, no cosmetic blemishes, and is practically like new. Thanks!
     
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    30-40,000 actuations?

    So it is either as new or heavily used... hmm.
     
  3. goatprincess

    goatprincess TPF Noob!

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    It is around 3 years old...from what I know of it, it's in great condition.
     
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    With 30-40,000 shutter acctuations I would not pay more than $700 for the body.. its a great camera but if you can get one with 0 shutter releases for $1300.
     
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    I think the reason he is asking for more is because of the equipment that comes with it...
     
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    Im sure he meant 30,000 to 40,000
     
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    Yes, that's correct, thank you.
     

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