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Jul 04, 2008 18:52 |  #16

Go for it, thats a pretty good deal. I purchased a Mark IIN for a backup and it is awesome. By the way its a back up for the Mark III


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Jul 04, 2008 19:20 |  #17

motion_projekt wrote in post #5850266 (external link)
body looks good. I would try and haggle for less though. it already has 60k of clicks, and thats quite a bit.

i just bought a 1dmk2n for $2k and it had 8k of clicks on it.

I dont think he would go for that, here in Europe, the prices are already higher then in the states...
So, 1600 usd is a real bargain here for that body....

Another question, u could see the "paint" or a lack of, on the back of the body, can i do something about it?

Greetings! :)




  
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Jul 04, 2008 19:24 |  #18

JBF wrote in post #5850328 (external link)
Go for it, thats a pretty good deal. I purchased a Mark IIN for a backup and it is awesome. By the way its a back up for the Mark III

You have stunning photo's on your site!




  
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Jul 05, 2008 01:07 |  #19

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Another question, u could see the "paint" or a lack of, on the back of the body, can i do something about it?

Greetings! :)

Black Sharpie should take care of it. :lol:


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Jul 05, 2008 01:09 |  #20

If you are moving up from a non 1 series body, be prepared, you'll be blown away. I just got my 1DMkIIN yesterday, and WOW!!!!!! What a camera. Be prepared to read the manual though, it is quite a bit different than the xxD or xxxD series. It takes a bit of getting used to, but everything is laid out so logically.


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Jul 05, 2008 01:14 |  #21

Even if it died after you took one shot, you could get a new shutter for it and have an essentially brand new high quality camera for what's still a very nice price. What you have to keep in mind is, unlike the Rebels, the 1 series are actually worth shutter replacements.


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