To do this on eBay you need to sign into an account as well (which is free to establish if you don't have one).When you define your search on the left side of the screen there are different areas you can choose to further define your search. There is a heading called "Show Only", select that and one of the choices in that category is: "Completed listings"--select that option and it will show you only items for the search you have defined that have completed. Items that have a green dollar value have sold for that price, items with red prices did not sell. By selecting any item you can look at the description to get more information about that item.
I know you said I can't post FS unless I pay, but can I purchase by just registering?
Is there a reliable site where I can look to get an idea of what lenses are currently selling for? I am thinking about selling several of mine and getting different ones, and I don't want to be too high. Thanks!
hahaha, i LOVE CL!!:tongue: i'd say 80% of my transactions have gone through CL, and all of them were smooth as can be. however, i wouldnt go to CL to get a feel for outgoing prices for gear just because of the insane amount of posts that are priced ridiculously. to me, FM gives a better estimate for gear value, without having to go through all of the useless posts of people asking $500 for a 18-55 lens, or conversely, scam ads where people are trying to sell a D3 for $500.I'm not sure why people dish CL.