10k Acutuation and going

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So i have a D50 with 10k-ish actuations how much do you think i can sell it for because im planning to upgrade to a D300s.
 
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Why a D300s? haha, im pretty dissapointed in it, and would never buy it, id just go for the D300 which is what im saving for now. . . but you could probably sell it for 150 body only, maybe a little less.
 
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Why a D300s? haha, im pretty dissapointed in it, and would never buy it, id just go for the D300 which is what im saving for now. . . but you could probably sell it for 150 body only, maybe a little less.
I agree unless you need the Video why get a D300s?
 
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i would rather the d300s cause I will assume it will have better high iso performance than the d300. Just like the d90 has better high iso than the d300. what about an extra fps? with out the grip
 
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but you should keep it and have it converted to IR

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They go for $200 to $300 in the Chicago area but for a couple hundred bucks I would keep it. I kept mine when I upgraded because it's still an awesome camera.
 
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I would keep it. $200 bucks is not going to put a big dent in the cost of a D300s and you will like having a lightweight backup/on the go type camera.
 
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I have been shooting with the same D50 for several years now. I still love it. I also have a D70. I find myself using the D50 much more often that the D70.
 
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I agree with you keeping it, its an awesome light camera still and makes a fine backup camera. You bound to get more out of keeping it then selling it.
 
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I would keep it. $200 bucks is not going to put a big dent in the cost of a D300s and you will like having a lightweight backup/on the go type camera.
That's true, but like pgdsm said i need the faster frames.
I actually don't want a grip because i want a lighter camera.
thanks for the advice guys.
 
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