WTT Nikon F5 for Pentax LX

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Trade' started by John Koehrer, Apr 15, 2014.

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  1. John Koehrer

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    I've got a Nikon F5 with rechargeable batteries & charger I'd like to swap for a Pentax LX.
    The Nikon's in very good shape and doesn't have any dents/dings. Working as it should.
     
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    I can also include a manual focus lens or two if that would help.
     
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    Pentax LX

    You will love the LX. One worry is the sticky mirror syndrome. Eric Hendrickson http://pentaxs.com/ is the go-to man for non-digital Pentaxes. But, as with any pro-grade camera a CLA isn't cheap. For a pleasant community join us at pentaxforums.com.

    Love your signature line, BTW.
     
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    I've bookmarked the page, Thanks.
     
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    John,
    I have both an F5 and an LX. I would like to sell the LX, if you are interested; but I don't need another F5. I also have quite a few Pentax lenses and accessories for sale. I need to get my ass in gear and post the stuff.
     
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    I've got a couple of Pentax lenses, just looking to try an LX.
    I also have an F100 & 60 micro Nikkor.
     
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