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Pristine Nikon D750 and Accessories - SOLD

mblanchette mblanchette

Is from: Bedford, US
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mblanchette Silver Member Nikonian since 05th Mar 2007
Mon 06-Nov-17 04:35 PM | edited Thu 21-Dec-17 07:28 AM by mblanchette

I recently purchased the Nikon D850 and so have decided to sell my Nikon D750. I’m only selling the camera because I already own the Nikon D810 (in addition to the new D850) and can’t possibly carry three cameras in my backpack.

The full-frame Nikon D750 has a great feature set that includes the same autofocus and metering technology as the D4S and the D810. DxOMark (https://www.dxomark.com) has given the sensor a score of 93, listing it among the best sensors on the market today. The high quality sensor is the very reason I used the camera for my night photography work for the last two years.

The 24.3 megapixel camera shows no sign of wear and has been primarily used for night photography and little else. I purchased the camera new (it was never refurbished) from amazon.com (NOT a gray market item) in March 2015. It still has a very low count of 10520 actuations, with an average lifetime expectancy of 150,000 click counts.

The camera (current value of $1795 new) comes with all original components (battery, battery charger, strap) as well as original packaging and documentation. In addition, I’m including a Kirk BL-D750 L bracket (value of $135 new) as part of the package, a Nikon MC-DC2 Remote Release Cord (worth $30 new), and an 8GB SD card just to get you started.

I’m asking $1395 for the complete package, including free shipping anywhere in the continental USA.

All night photos included in this post were taken with the D750 offered here.

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