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Old January 3, 2011, 08:02 PM
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Default Canon 1D MKII w/2 x extra batteries :: SOLD SOLD SOLD

Here are my current items I can trade/sell. I am not looking for anything particular in trade, but offers always welcome. Payment via EMT only, prices are for EMT payment only. Local pickup and cash is also welcomed. I am downtown London ON.

Canon 1D MKII w/2 x extra batteries3 | dPreview link | My Price =$525 Shipped - SOLD SOLD SOLD
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An oldie but a goodie, the 1DMK2 is a legend in the sports shooting field. That is what this camera has done most of its life. Now that my sports shooting career is winding down, it is time to move on to someone else. The camera is in very good shape given it's age, but does show a bit of grime on the grip and brassing on the hot shoe as one would expect. The last image above is of Canon count at under 65K shutters...rated for 200K, so yeah, plenty left in this guy.

The camera comes with everything in the photos above which includes:
2 x off-brand NP-E3 batteries
1 x Canon NP-E3 battery
1 x Canon DC-E1 DC coupler w/ Canon PA-V16 AC Adapter
1 x Firewire cable to connect to computer
1 x Canon NC-E2 dual battery charger
Software and Camera manuals

I don't have the original box, but have one that the camera and all accessories will be safely packed in. Don't hesitate to ask any questions.



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Payment accepted is only EMT and shipping will be at the buyers expense and choice unless specified as being included in the price. Combo pricing is certainly available and when asking for shipping quotes please provide postal code and shipping method of choice or you get mine.

Feel free to ask questions in this thread but please keep all pricing and offer related correspondance to PM.
**when discussing items through PMs with me...please do not remove quotations from previous PMs. leave the entire conversation quoted to eliminate confusion and make things easier to keep track of.**

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