Nikon D200 Body- Mint, very low usage

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  1. SWphoto

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    Absolutely Mint condition, works flawlessly. No scrapes, chips or marks. Looks like new. Only 1470 actuations per EXIF Viewer. Lightly used and well-cared for. Top and back screens always protected by screen protectors. Includes original body cap, Nikon battery, Nikon eyepiece shutter cap, Nikon D200 Quick Start Guide.

    I kept this as a backup for my D700, never used it. It works perfectly, but I'm just not using it. Cheaper than a point-and-shoot, but far better quality and capabilities..


    DX format, 10.2 MP.


    $375 plus $10 COUS Priority Mail shipping
     

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    Nice camera, I just did a comparison to my D70s at the Nikon site, not a huge difference, but is better in many ways. Should go fast. Good luck.
     
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    And we are offering a digital camera for sale at the ANALOG photographer user group because???
     
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    Digital equipment sales are fair game in the "anything goes" category, as are non-photographic items.

    If you want to remove this forum from your view, go to the "My APUG" tab up on the toolbar, click on "General Settings" in the lefthand sidebar, and scroll down to "Forums to Exclude from View" to select this forum and any other forum that detracts from your APUG experience.
     
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    Why is the serial number scribbled out?
     
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    So no one can use it to file a stolen camera report and "prove" they are the owner- I don't think I've ever seen someone list the entire serial number (they'll usually show "123XXX). You never know what's going to happen these days :smile: The number is there, and clearly visible on the camera body- "it's just Photoshop" at work :smile:




     
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    Clarification (can't edit original listing to fix this):

    the original Nikon charger is included as well. Should have been listed.
     
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    Sale pending payment
     
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