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COMPLETED Nikon D600 | Location: Oregon USA | Ships: USA

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by Aegon, Apr 25, 2013.

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  1. Aegon

    Aegon Mu-43 Veteran

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    Buy & Sell Listing - Want to Sell
    Selling</br> Nikon D600, Sigma 50mm ƒ/1.4
    </br>Prices</br> D600: 1529 net to me
    Sigma 50: 340 net to me
    </br>Location</br> PNW USA
    </br>Ships to</br> USA
    </br>Description</br> Nikon D600
    Price: $1,529.00
    Payment method: PayPal
    Item condition: 9+ Shows little or no signs of wear
    Shipping instructions: USPS Priority Mail (2-3 days), included

    Fewer than 5000 shutter actuations. I'm the first and only owner, purchased new from Adorama on Dec. 14, 2012. Excellent condition, no problems.

    The dust issue hasn't been problematic on this body. The sensor cleans easily with a rocket blower, no wet cleaning has been needed. I only cleaned it once about two months ago and I've never noticed anything again, though I don't seek it out.

    Includes box and all original materials.

    1600 net to me, price includes USPS Priority Mail shipping.



    *SOLD* Sigma 50mm ƒ/1.4 *SOLD*
    Price: <del>$340.00</del> SOLD
    Payment method: PayPal
    Item condition: 9+ Shows little or no signs of wear
    Shipping instructions: USPS Priority Mail (2-3 days), included

    I'm the first and only owner, purchased new from Buydig on Dec. 14, 2012. Excellent condition, no problems.

    Includes box and all original materials.

    340 net to me, price includes USPS Priority Mail shipping.


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    </br>Payment accepted</br>
    • Regular PayPal (buyer adds 3% for this option)
    • Personal check
    • Personal/Gift PayPal (violates PayPal policy and no buyer protection)
    • Bank transfer (no buyer protection)
    • Cashier's check/money order (no buyer protection)
    Shipping method</br> USPS Priority Mail (2-3 days)
    </br>Shipping charge</br> included
    </br>Handling time</br> 0-2 days
    </br>References</br> -
    </br>Additional comments</br>
    • Not open to trade offers
    • Will ship only to the address on the PayPal transaction details page
    • Buyer must have a PayPal confirmed address
    Acknowledgement</br>
    • I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.
     
  2. Aegon

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    Sigma 50mm is now sold. D600 still available.
     
  3. Aegon

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    Price drop, 1550 net.
     
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    Price drop, 1529 net.

    I'm not sure why this hasn't sold yet.
    (1) the price is better than I've seen for other sales,
    (2) IMHO every single D600 has the dust issue, whether the seller acknowledges it or not. Also, IMHO, it is a dust issue (not an oil issue), easily cleaned by a blower without any sensor contact. Furthermore the D600 collects less dust than my Canon 5D, which is a dust magnet that nobody seems to mind. My point is that the dust thing is easy to manage and no trouble.
     
  5. Y2K

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    I am guessing one of the reasons is because a lot of m4/3 users either switched or switching from DSLRs to m4/3 format due to size. That was my reason for selling my beloved Canon kit but of course it is not a case for everyone here. Not saying that you won't sell it here since a lot of folks use both formats, but you'll probably get more interest on DSLR-centric forums such as Fred Miranda, POTN, etc. Hope you list it there as well. Good luck with your sale.
     
  6. slothead

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    That's the case for me. I sold my D800 for $2400 just a few months ago, but Aegon, have you advertised it on Nikonians or Nikon Cafe? That seems to be a great price (but I'd have to see the market before knowing for sure).

    ... edit ...
    I just checked Nikonians and I see one D600 there for $1600, or $2000 when bundled with a 24-85 VR II lens, so there may be a market there.

    I had forgotten that the Nikon Cafe classifieds is not open to new members for 6 months and 300 messages, so that won't work for you.
     
  7. Aegon

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    Thanks for the feedback!

    I've listed this at multiple sites, though not the sites listed above. I may try Nikonians, if I get a minute.

    mu-43, as usual, has the best feedback and discussion.

    *edit* Nikonians requires a $25 donation to access the classifieds. I'll pass for now.
     
  8. slothead

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    That's a new one. I wasn't aware that they had that requirement now. Maybe they always did, and I had already "joined." Good luck with the sale regardless.
     
  9. abepak

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    Yeah, might be a hard to straight up sell for the reasons listed above. If you are looking for any µ4/3 gear, it might go easier if you're willing to trade.
     
  10. dino1891

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    It might be because the falling prices of DSLRs? I see the refurbished prices of the Nikon D600 constantly dropping and I saw the price of a new Canon 6d drop to even $1500 from a legitimate store. I always thought full frame DSLRS kept their values pretty well, but it might be different with these entry level full frames?
     
  11. absolutic

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    I think people are afraid of d600 oil issues. I mean u go to amazon reviews and read the first 10, 8 would be from frustrated owners. My former d700 did not have that issue, not even dust. An none of the later canons have it. I have 12500 shots on my canon 5dm3, change lenses often but have Zero dust spots. Yet my Nikon d7000 already required a cleaning after less than 6000 shots. I am sure if u r patient, someone will grab ur d600 though, full frame is full frame.
     
  12. ajamils

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    The oil and dust issues have driven the market for D600 lower than it should be and that' because people are scared to buy used one without warranty.

    Also Cameta has refurbished one with 1 year warranty for $1599.
     
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