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Nikon MB-D10 + MH-21 charger - SOLD

Nikon32250 Nikon32250

Is from: Jacksonville, US
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Nikon32250 Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Mar 2004
Sat 29-Dec-12 02:58 PM | edited Sat 29-Dec-12 10:38 PM by Nikon32250

Price: $195.00
Payment method: PayPal
Item condition: 8 Well used - may exhibit "dings" or finish marks
Shipping instructions: USPS Priority Insured Mail or UPS Ground (your choice)

Nikon MB-D10 with two battery trays for holding EL-EN4a batteries (of which two are included registering a "3" on the battery meter.) tray for holding AA batteries and tray for holding EL-EL 3e of which one is included registering a "0" on the battery meter, an MH-21 charger for the EL-EN4a batteries. Each battery holder has its own battery door.

There are some scuff marks and "brassing" by the vertical shutter release on the MB-D10, but it functions perfectly.

I would prefer to sell the MB-D10 and MH-21 together; however I am open to separate offers. I would want $115.00 for the MB-D10 and $80.00 for the MH-21.

Buyer to add $10.00 to cover about half of shipping and PP fees.

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