|July 17th, 2010, 04:36 PM||#1|
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FS: Nikon D90 + Original Box/Accessories
For sale: Nikon D90 (click to read manufacturer's desc)
Condition: LN (Like New). Unsure of the shutter count, but I have only had it for about a year (bought new one year ago), so I'm guessing the shutter count is around 15,000 (shutter life is 100,000+). The sensor is clean of any dust or debris and the grips have no sign of wear. The camera looks brand new! The buttons work, and everything is fully functional, including the fascinating 720P HD video capabilities.
Serial #: 3226656
Reason for selling: Selling because I want the Nikon D700. I'm also selling my Nikon D200 (http://www.v6performance.net/forums/...d.php?t=202667) to afford the D700.
Asking Price (body only): $765 shipped **
- Nikon D90 body
- Body cap
- Phottix BP-D80 battery grip *
- LCD protector
- Original box
- Original Nikon strap
- Original cables
- Nikon EN-EL3E battery
- All original accessories (even the hotshoe protector that everyone seems to lose )
- INCLUDES ONE 8GB SD CARD
Why should you purchase? I am a trusted seller, and I am extremely careful with all my equipment. I baby everything! Also, if you're looking for a great sensor in a light body with fast continuous shooting, high ISO capabilities, and Nikon CLS commander mode, look no further. The Nikon D90 has 4.5fps continuous shooting and a 12.3mp CMOS sensor and is what I like to call a High ISO Machine! I've shot pictures at ISO3200 and 6400 with only slight noise.
** Will add a Nikon 35mm f/2.5 MF Series E lens for only $25 more or a Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 lens for only $100 more.
* I will sell this without the Phottix battery grip for $725, but the battery grip is worth having, especially for just $40 more.
Last edited by Trevendous03; July 18th, 2010 at 12:16 PM..
|July 18th, 2010, 09:52 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: West Chester, PA
wish you posted this before. ordered 550d today,
hows grip? seen those around 70 on ebay for 550 and they looked good, since 550d is little smaller then d90 i want to get grip for it.
im interested in built quality, any problems and so on
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