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LNIB: D5500 *279* clicks. Plus Canon lens, cameras

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All with free shipping to lower 48. Check or money order only at these prices.

Nikon D500 (body). *Sold *

Nikon D5500 (body only). $557. 279 actuations. Black, like new in box with all accessories. 279 actuations. It was boxed as a kit, but I am keeping the kit lens and selling the body only. Used only a month while writing my D5500 book. No lens included. Free copy of the book with your camera on the cover.

As long as I am here:

Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III telephoto zoom. $150.00 Never used, still sealed in factory box.
For both full frame Canon cameras like the 5D Mk III, IV, 6D, etc. and APS-C models like 80D, 70D, Rebel T6i, T5i, etc.

Canon PowerShot G15. Like new in box with all accessories. $299.00. Actuations unknown, probably under 1,000. A compact camera for the photo enthusiast, with 28-140mm (equivalent) 5X optical zoom, and full control of settings in Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and Manual modes. Has both an optical viewfinder window and 3-inch LCD with 922,000 dots. 12.1 MP sensor, and shoots 1080p Full HD video/stereo sound.

Canon EOS Rebel SL1. World's smallest and lightest digital SLR camera. Body only $299, with 18-55mm kit lens, $375. A more compact alternative for Canon owners not ready to move to mirrorless. Actuations unknown, but was used by my wife when she travelled, so probably around 3,000 or so. 18 MP sensor, 4 FPS continuous shooting, 9 point AF , ISO 100-25600, 1080p HD video, 3" touch screen.
 
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Right now my D4s does everything I need. If I thought I could get a decent price for it, though, I'd probably upgrade to the D5. No hurry, though.
 

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