Sat 29-Dec-12 11:09 AM | edited Sat 29-Dec-12 11:37 AM by SRFast
Tony, The D300 was released in 2008 so most of the available cameras will have a good number of clicks on them. As long as the rest of the camera body is in good condition, a shutter count in the mid 20K range should not be a concern. If you get a killer deal on a high shutter count body, buy it and use it till it needs a new shutter. A new shutter isn't that expensive a repair. I owned a D300 beofre moving to FX and it is a great camera.
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