I'm thinking about buying a used D200 as a backup in the office.
B&H lists it as 8+ for $280.
I have a powerful trust factor toward B&H, built up over the years. So, I'm not doubting their honesty. But used is used and when I think about fragility of sensors, complications of digital, etc., I hesitate.
On the other hand, a number of years ago I shot with the D200 and was very happy--and there's still my liking of B&H.
Seems a real good idea to purchase the D200 plus a used lens (discussed in another forum).
Great price and if you like the D200 handling, etc., go for it. I like B&H just fine.
In that price range, if I was looking for a "have one around" camera, I'd choose a Nikon 1 V1. I bought a refurb with lens for $260 and the image quality is very good. Also easy to use video that actually focuses...
I believe the rated life of a D200 shutter is 100,000 actuations. That doesn't mean it will fail immediately on reaching that number, of course - some have lasted much longer - but on the other hand some don't get that far. Either way, it's worth checking before purchase.