Nikon camera gear for sale.
In the past I have found many Amateurs are also into photography as well as radio. We are selling some of our camera gear. Below is what is up for sale, prices are in Canadian dollars and more photos can be sent to those who are interested. This gear has been very well cared for and is in excellent shape.Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].
AF-S 24-70 1:2.8G ED with a clear Hoya filter 1200.00
50mm 1:1.2 with clear Hoya filter 625.00
AF-S Teleconverter TC-14EIII 350.00
AF-S Teleconverter TC 20EIII 250.00
AF-S Macro 60mm 1:2.8 G ED 350.00 also includes an MC 30 remote and clear Hoya filter
AF-S 70-200mm 1:2.8 GII ED VR with clear Hoya filter 1600.00
AF-S 16-35mm 1:4G ED with Hoya clear filter 450.00
Nikon D810 including the following 1750.00
-Lexar Professional 300X 4GB x1
-Lexar Professional 400X 8GG x1
2nd Nikon D810 same price and package as above.
Nikon wireless speed light commander SU-800 200.00
Nikon speed light SB-910 325.00
Nikon speed light SB-900 300.00
Lexar Professional 1066X 32GB 160NB/s x5 35.00 each
These emails land in my inbox labelled “Amateur Radio Newsletter”
Your contribution has nothing to do with Amateur Radio or related news. “news” doesn’t encompass “for sale” – other places cater for you in that regard.
Many radio amateurs are overweight and drink beer (I’m a VK – I know about drinking beer) – does this audience mind if I plug weight loss programs or home brew kits here?
Note to sysops/moderator: You’ve the first of three strikes here. Two more of these postings and you can enjoy my unsubscription.
Easy Boots………in many of my posts on this site I have interconnected photography and Amateur radio. I have had many comments with questions and comments about photography. I had seen a genuine interest and connection with amateur radio, bogging and photography as most all posts contain pictures. It’s true VK”S know their bear and it is also quiet possible you had a few to many before your post. Let’s call this a ball and not a strike?