Nikon SB-800 Flash

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  1. mzalogical

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    Hi everyone! I have a Nikon SB-800 flash for sale brand new, never been opened. I purchased it for a friend who then gave away her camera who gave away her camera the same day I bought it so I'm just trying to make some money back.
    I'm open to partial trades on camera's (preferably a d200) and lenses.

    Retail price is $389 so that's what I'm asking OBO.

    Thanks!
     
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    I would imagine that for retail price that someone would just buy from a reputable retailer, not someone on a forum with only 2 posts.
     
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    Good point, I didn't really think about that, i'm just trying to make some money since school started back up and I need a few extra dollars for the commute.

    Price lowered to $350 OBO
     
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    Retail price from B&H is $315 USD.

    Seems like you might try getting your money back from the retailer of purchase.

    (a.k.a. reg) 2 posts does not give me a warm and fuzzy feeling.
     
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    I'm aware that I don't have too many posts but I promise that I'm no troll. I've been lurking for some time now but I just made an account to post this Speedlight up and make an offer on a camera.
    What would a good asking price be?
     
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    Just guessing, but a decent tip percentage from full retail might be reasonable.

    If you can't go back to your retailer for a full refund or exchange, expect a loss. This still begs the question of why you aren't able to return the item. Unless it "fell off the back of a truck", don't anticipate any profit.
     
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    If you have an account, toss it on ebay. If you have some feedback, you might expect $250 - $300 for it. If you are a new account (which people tend to avoid), you may get $200 - $250.

    You might be better off listing it in your local Craigslist, where someone can put their hands on it to inspect it before forking over $300.
     

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