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ZoneV Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2005Sun 14-Oct-07 10:36 PM
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What is a good price range for a used D50 from a fellow Nikonian member?

Thanks.

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MotoMannequin Moderator Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Nikonian since 11th Jan 2006Mon 15-Oct-07 05:20 AM
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You might try KEH to see what the going rate is, but I don't think you see a lot of these going used. There was a report here this week that a new one was found at Sears for $460, so that gives you some barometer, however not a useful one unless you can find the same deal.

Ultimately the best price is the one you're willing to pay and he or she is willing to accept.

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butzi911 Registered since 18th Nov 2002Mon 15-Oct-07 01:06 PM
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I paid $ 475, shipping and Paypal included, about a month ago for a mint D50 with low actuations. Maybe a little high, but not much....

The reason you don't see so many for sale, is that everyone who has one loves it. Awesome ISO800 noise performance. FWIW, the guy I bought mine from went over to Canon Full-Frame.

Best Regards, Bruce.

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ZoneV Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2005Mon 15-Oct-07 04:04 PM
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That's pretty expensive. I was thinking more like $350.

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butzi911 Registered since 18th Nov 2002Mon 15-Oct-07 06:51 PM
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That's not in line with KEH pricing, which seems to be the de-facto standard. You might get lucky, as I have seen several "bargains" lately, but be prepared to wait for it.

I also got a 2GB Sandisk SD card included, so there's another $25-35 of value accounted for. One month later, I'm still happy with my deal; no buyers remorse. Although it's typical with technology purchases, as the prices keep falling after you make the deal, I must be getting better at non-linear mental gymnastics. <g>

BR, Bruce.

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