Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by uscrx, Jul 28, 2013.
Anyone willing to pay $2,200+ today?
What are these sellers thinking?
And he managed to sell 1?
Oh right... for a lot less :smile:
The E-P3 is a nice camera. And this is how much I would pay for one (body only) today: $199 U.S.
Add $30 for the kit lens, So $230?
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Heck, for $2000 I'd be willing to sell mine - and I love that camera!
Actually I would be willing to pay $199 + 3% for a nice used E-P3 body right now!
Please PM me if anyone is willing to part with their E-P3 for $199.
The kit lens is worth at least double that. I'd be willing to go to $300 for a nice EP3 with the II or IIR kit lens.
Not quite $2267 though - even with a warranty. At $300, I could buy 6 backup cameras instead.
The seller put there 2 available, but maybe he doesn't actually have stock. I've read ebay sellers do this to avoid having to pull down the listing then putting it back up again. I've seen quite a few ridiculously expensive photography stuff from ebay stores.
That's actually quite reasonable. Ebay has started to levy fees for ending listings early. I have a current listing for a WCON-p01 that I have already sold here for a lower price than I listed it on ebay for. So I put the price on ebay up to $999 - but I also edited my listing to say that the item is no longer available.
Same here for 200 dollars why not, Im still using my ep1, and it has been serving me well, but for 200 and faster autofocus why not :tongue:
Well, $200 is definitely a great deal... actually I would think it's really lowballing.
I'm seeing used bodies sell for $250 to $300 on ebay..
I can keep shooting with my E-P2 until price drops further.
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