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A Lucky Score on a Yognuo 568

 
rsmith6621ab
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Sep 12, 2013 21:02 |  #1

I was looking on Ebay tonight at the 568 and saw one from a dealer in Hong Kong asking $168.95 OR BEST OFFER....Free shipping.

So I entered in 119.95 and was countered offer at 159.95 so I CO at 125.95 and they CO at 149.95 and then I CO back at 129.99 and WON.

This is a reputable dealer I have dealt with them before without problems.

Then I bought a Canon 430EX brand new in a box for $130.

A good night.




  
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guitarjeff
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Sep 12, 2013 23:36 |  #2

Nice score, love my 568 and 565

rsmith6621ab wrote in post #16292333 (external link)
I was looking on Ebay tonight at the 568 and saw one from a dealer in Hong Kong asking $168.95 OR BEST OFFER....Free shipping.

So I entered in 119.95 and was countered offer at 159.95 so I CO at 125.95 and they CO at 149.95 and then I CO back at 129.99 and WON.

This is a reputable dealer I have dealt with them before without problems.

Then I bought a Canon 430EX brand new in a box for $130.

A good night.




  
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ukcyberboy
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Sep 13, 2013 15:35 |  #3

who was it might have ago


Body | Canon 6D |
Lens | Yongnuo 50mm 1.8 |
Lens | Canon 28-70 2.8 L |
Lens | Canon 70-200is F4 L |
Lighting | Yongnuo YN600RX |
Accessories | Various Bits |‚Äč

  
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groundloop
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Sep 14, 2013 10:15 |  #4

Dang. I already have a 568, but for that price I could see myself getting a second one. (Of course that's going to mean another 622C, another light stand, another umbrella....... :-(




  
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digitalduck
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Sep 14, 2013 11:53 |  #5

LOL now that would be worth returning my newly bought 565ex to amazon and try to find this dealer and give it a shot.




  
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