It's been a pretty good month.
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Joined Sep 2005
Location: Madison, Ga
Joined May 2011
lensfreak wrote in post #14725817
I put mine where all good boxes deserve to go, THE RUBBISH BIN.
Sorry , I dont keep my boxes, no reason to. Having box doesn't increase more in resale, hell, I wouldnt pay extra for a used item just because it came with its original box.
It would be hard to prove that used lenses with the retail box sell for more. But I am certain that they sell quicker, since there are many buyers who will not buy a lens without the original box.
Tools: 70D, 10-22, Tamron 24-70 VC, 70-300L, 135 f2L
I personally would not buy a second hand lens unless it came with the original box.
Cream of the Crop
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Joined Nov 2007
Location: Traryd, Sweden
Nov 07, 2013 09:25 as a reply to @ dexy101's post |
Yes, I know it's the actual lens that's important, but a previous owner who took the burden of keeping the box would perhaps be a bit more careful with the lens too. That's how I feel about it.
Joined May 2013
Location: Xenia, OH
This thread inspired me to scrap all my boxes except my 60D body and Sony video camcorder as they're still covered by extended warranty. Lol.
60D, Kiss Digital N/350D, 18-55 IS, 55-250 IS, 50 1.8 II, Tamron 10-24, 75-300 III
Joined Dec 2010
A few of mine have been recycled already, but these ones are still gathering dust in the cupboard... I figure that if I sell any of the contents in the future, the original packaging will make postage much simpler.
Joined Sep 2004
Location: San Diego, California
I had to pull down my collection to add the 24-70 box; so here it is: the new family portrait: