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Aug 01, 2007 18:45 |  #1

Edited to remove link, all sold out now.


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Aug 01, 2007 20:39 |  #2

You mean you can get a NEW one for that price instead of a used one?

Wow. ;)




  
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Aug 01, 2007 20:43 |  #3

its gone!!!!!...why Amazon doensn't accept paypal?..because of the competetion?


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Aug 01, 2007 22:56 |  #4

MJP wrote in post #3652718 (external link)
its gone!!!!!...why Amazon doensn't accept paypal?..because of the competetion?

Maybe because it costs them more, or is not as professional as just using a credit card? I don't know, I wouldn't rely on PayPal for my online shopping though.


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Aug 01, 2007 23:01 |  #5

I'm still chuckling that people are trying to sell them for more than new...


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Aug 02, 2007 03:38 |  #6

cosworth wrote in post #3653454 (external link)
I'm still chuckling that people are trying to sell them for more than new...

I sold my last one over a week ago and got out of the hobby. It did help pay for a HUGE portion of my own M3 though. It was a GREAT idea while it lasted. Now, one is lucky to make enough profit to buy lunch. Thank goodness for the free enterprise system where one can make money if they have a bit of courage not to fear risk. To put down people who take such risks, especially when successful, speaks volumes. The great thing about every person who bought an M3 from me was extremey thankful they found mine and was able to buy it. :)


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Aug 02, 2007 07:50 |  #7

joegolf68 wrote in post #3653430 (external link)
Maybe because it costs them more, or is not as professional as just using a credit card? I don't know, I wouldn't rely on PayPal for my online shopping though.

so far works for me...


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Aug 02, 2007 09:05 |  #8

joegolf68 wrote in post #3653430 (external link)
Maybe because it costs them more, or is not as professional as just using a credit card? I don't know, I wouldn't rely on PayPal for my online shopping though.

who has 5gran on their credit card anyway... my student card have only 300$.... try to buy a lens with that !


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Aug 02, 2007 11:04 |  #9

joegolf68 wrote in post #3654237 (external link)
I sold my last one over a week ago and got out of the hobby. It did help pay for a HUGE portion of my own M3 though. It was a GREAT idea while it lasted. Now, one is lucky to make enough profit to buy lunch. Thank goodness for the free enterprise system where one can make money if they have a bit of courage not to fear risk. To put down people who take such risks, especially when successful, speaks volumes. The great thing about every person who bought an M3 from me was extremey thankful they found mine and was able to buy it. :)

my money is always behind the curve ... I am finaly getting caught up from no income last year .... glad you came out ok joe


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Aug 02, 2007 11:13 |  #10

cosworth wrote in post #3653454 (external link)
trying...

Since the Canon dealer locator is quite simple and effective the word trying is the key here. When it first came out yes, but now, anyone who buys a Mk.III for more than msrp is lazy or just a gearhead/fanboy. You can find them at msrp if you actually put more effort in than typing a m a z o n into your address bar.

And yes, I have made profit from camera gear. Buying distress items or items that require simple repair (or missing parts) can be profitable.


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Aug 02, 2007 17:16 |  #11

Cr4zYH3aD wrote in post #3655270 (external link)
who has 5gran on their credit card anyway... my student card have only 300$.... try to buy a lens with that !

sometimes i wish my credit cards only had $300 limits :confused:




  
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Aug 02, 2007 21:27 |  #12

^Ditto...I have 2 credit accounts and man, I could easily get the 70-200 IS. so hard to resist.


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Aug 02, 2007 21:42 |  #13

You make a good point Cosworth. I've observed just from watching Ebay and the things people do to pay more than MSRP is redonkulous IMO.




  
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Aug 03, 2007 14:59 |  #14

Cr4zYH3aD wrote in post #3655270 (external link)
who has 5gran on their credit card anyway... my student card have only 300$.... try to buy a lens with that !

ummm...the same people that can afford a $4500 camera :D

I remember my college days, my credit card limit was $200!!
Just enough for a thrifty fifty with change to spare for beer


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