I would rather not deal with eBay when selling off my stuff, and Craigslist seems only slightly more appealing. So I’ll try putting a listing here. Forgive me for not having pictures of these items; I will try posting an update later so you can see the merchandise.
I’m selling my Nikon D50 and Nikon D70 bodies because I’d like upgrade to a D80, perhaps a D200 if I really want to stretch.
Price quotes (all prices do not include shipping):
Nikon D50 body only: $400
Nikon D70 body only: $450
Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G ED IF AF-S DX Nikkor Zoom Lens: $250
I have the original box for the D70, but I can’t find the box for the D50 right now. I also am not sure where the instruction manuals for these are, but the manual is downloadable as a PDF from Nikon for free. Both cameras will come with the original battery charger and a spare battery. I also have a Nikon ML-L3 wireless remote that I can include (buyer might need to change its battery) with one or the other; I only have one.
Both cameras are in great shape, clean with no major scratches or damage. There are scratches on the plastic LCD protector on the D70, but it’s still quite usable, and removable if you like. I lost the rubber cover for the USB port on the D70, but this doesn’t affect the operation at all. I shot a lot more with the D70, as the D50 was originally the hubby’s DSLR. He didn’t shoot with the D50 nearly as much as I shot with the D70.
I will accept PayPal, money order, or cashier’s check. Please allow time for the MO or check to clear before expecting shipment. I prefer shipping via USPS, but will do UPS or FedEx if buyer prefers. Feel free to check out my feedback on eBay if you’re worried about my credibility; my eBay ID is jezlyn (I’ve only bought stuff on eBay, not sold, FYI).
Please comment here if you have any questions, and I’ll get back to you in e-mail.
I recently got a comment from a fellow ink blogger that I need to write more ink blogs. It’s true, I’ve been forsaking ink blog posts because using the ink blog plug-in for Windows Live Writer wasn’t producing good (IMO) ink posts. However, just now I realized that if I turn off pressure sensitivity, the ink doesn’t look all wiggly, like I was sitting on some bumpy train ride while writing! I still think active digitizer inking is tops, but this is good for a touchscreen device.
So how was your weekend? I had a fun day of shopping in the city with the hubby yesterday, topped off with a nice dinner at our fave Japanese restaurant — Sushi Naniwa.
After we got home, I edited some pictures that I took Friday night of my Valentine’s day bouquet.
Flickr/Smugmug shameless plug here: if you’re interested, you can click on the picture below to see my Flickr gallery. If you’re interested in buying a print to show your support, click on the Smugmug link below in the text transcript. I sure would appreciate it!
After wishing our out-of-town moms a happy Mother's Day, the hubby and I went to Cantigny Park in Wheaton for a picture-taking trip. It had been quite a long time since I'd gone out to take pictures, so I was excited to go. I had never been to Cantigny Park before; it was a pretty nice place, and offered plenty of photogenic subjects. I finally got around to processing the pictures and posting them to my Flickr account. Below is a little preview: