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Nikon D3 + charger, L Bracket, Batteries (REDUCED) - SOLD

Nikon32250

St. Augustine, US
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Nikon32250 Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Mar 2004
Sat 23-Mar-13 06:46 PM | edited Mon 01-Apr-13 02:55 AM by Nikon32250

Selling my D3 with DK-19 eyepiece. Camera is in good condition with usual rub marks but nothing exceptional. Only noticeable rub marks are by the vertical shutter release and USB/AV cover door. Specifications as follows:

- 65,576 shutter actuations (the D3 is rated for 300K)
- MH-22 dual battery charger
- body cap
- Two EN-EL4a batteries with two BL-4 battery chamber cover. First battery is rated a "2" and the other a "3"
- Original Nikon D3 strap
- Original box
- Original User's Manual (Spanish & English)
- Thom Hogan user's guide on CD
- Camera to PC cables which I never used.

Price $1,800.00 includes USPS Priority Mail. I will split the 3% PayPal fee resulting in total cost to the buyer $1,825.00

I also have a Really Right Stuff L Bracket for this camera (BD3-L). I won't sell this until after the D3 sells. If buyer wants both camera and L bracket the price for the bracket is $75.00. If buyer wants bracket only price is $85.00 shipped.



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Graham
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