Dave's Garage Sale

SOLD: Canon EOS T6 (body only.) $310. Approximately 300 actuations. Includes a free copy of David Busch's Canon EOS Rebel T6 Guide to Digital SLR Photography with your camera on the cover. Excellent back-up body for friend or loved one using other Canon APS-C camera.

SOLD: Canon EOS Rebel T7i (body only). $575. Like new in box, this latest top Rebel was just introduced in February,  2017. Only a few hundred actuations. Includes free copy of my book with *your* camera on the cover.

Sony DMC-RX100 Mark IV. $675 like new in box with extra accessories. Several thousand actuations. The RX100 IV is still a current camera in the Sony line, with a list price of $898.00.  It is an enthusiast camera for someone who wants a point-and-shoot with full controls, a very nice pop-up EVF (so you’re not holding the camera out at arm’s length all the time to shoot with the LCD on the back), 4K video, etc.  It has most of the features of Sony’s a6000-a6500 mirrorless cameras in a very compact package. In the olden days, the Canon Powershot G16 served this function for serious photographers who wanted a pocketable alternative to their "main" camera.

Mine is packed away in its original box with all the original accessories that were included: 1 NP-BX1 rechargeable battery; Micro USB cable;  AC adapter for charging the battery in the camera (connecting with the Micro USB cable); Wrist strap;  Strap adapter Printed manuals included with the camera  I am also including at no extra cost: 

Nikon EN-EL15 Li-20 batteries: $32 each.  I bought a bunch of Nikon-brand batteries when I was using the D810 and D7200 with battery grips, and D7500.  Now I own only the D850 and have a few hardly-used batteries to spare.  I can sell two or three of these.  They are the Li-20 version compatible with the latest Nikon cameras.

Nikon D5100 body and 18-105mm VR; 55-200mm zoom. Body: $250; 18-105 VR: $160; 55-200mm: $110.    All three for $475.  Body includes copy of my book with your camera pictured on the cover and inside.  Actuations unknown, but wife and daughter used on a few trips.

Sony a5000 BODY. $175.  Beginner E-mount camera body.  Makes a great spare body, or a good entry-level model for someone exploring mirrorless and who doesn't need an EVF (you compose on the LCD.)  Actuations unknown, but my wife used it for two or three trips before graduating to the a6000.

Nikon AW100 underwater camera. $180.00.   Nice little 16MP point-and-shoot all-weather camera, with 28-140mm (equivalent) zoom, GPS, and 1080p video.  I used it for shooting in springs in Florida.  But I also have the Nikon 1 J4 with  UW housing and several interchangeable lenses and don't need two underwater cameras, so you can buy this one.   Or, I could figure out a price for the J4 if you prefer.  Actuations unknown, but both were only casually used.

Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D AF. $275.  This supplanted my 60s-era 55mm f/3.5 Micro-Nikkor a while back, and now I've moved up to the G version.

Tamron 2X SP AF Tele-converter (7E) for Nikon. $20.00.   I got this for use with some non-Nikon lenses, but never got around to trying it out.  I prefer the Nikkor TC models, so this one needs to go.

Tamron 500mm f/8 SP Macro catadioptric (mirror) lens, in Adaptall-to-Nikon mount. $100.  This is a manual focus lens that can be used on Canon, Sony, etc. cameras with an Adaptall adapter, or other generic adapter.   Super compact design (Google it.)

SOLD: Sigma 170-500mmmm f/5-6.3 APO aspherical autofocus telephoto zoom for Nikon.  $300.00

Kirk Arca-Swiss-compatible camera plates. $30.00 each. I have six, each designed to fit one of these cameras: Nikon D800/D810, Nikon D700, D2x, D3/D3x, D7100, D40/D60

M. Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f/4.0-5.6 R Micro Four Thirds zoom. $90.00.  I've got two of these for my two Panasonic MFT cameras.  This one's extra.

SOLD: Sony a6500 body. $975.00.   Sells for close to $1400 new.   I took this APS-C E-mount camera to Italy last October and used it to shoot birds in Florida a couple months ago.  It's still like new, probably with a few thousand actuations.

Joinrun Smartcharger S4 $19.00.  Has individually-controllable four slots and can charge AAA, AA, C, and other size batteries.  Choose 300 mA or 600 mA charging; battery type and polarity detector, other features.  I paid $30 for this because you can connect it to your car's 12V cigarette lighter socket (adapter not included, but any works.)  Very nice for keeping electronic flash batteries charged.  But now I have an inverter, so I just use my LaCrosse smart charger and don't need t his one.

CB-Junior Flash Rotating Bracket: $35.00.

Generic 70mm Arca-Swiss-compatible camera plates. $14.95.  I bought a bunch of these to fasten to various cameras permanently so they'd be tripod-ready, but ended up with about a dozen more than I needed.

Canon Powershot N. Teensy point-and-shoot. $150.00.  12MP, 28-224mm equivalent zoom. Got it for my wife who wanted the smallest camera possible for her trips.  It's the smallest feature-rich camera I've ever seen, but she ended up going mirrorless because she found the controls quirky.  It's really a great camera; Google it, as it might be what you are looking for in a pocket shooter.

Sony NP-FZ100 batteries.   These fit in the a7 III series (a7 III, a7R III) and a9.   I bought about eight of these for $78 each when they were hard to find.  I also bought one of the Wasabi BTR-FZ100-WP third-party batteries to try out.   All these batteries last a lot longer than I expected, so I've got too many of them.  I will bundle one of the Sony batteries with the Wasabi battery for $110.00.