Canon 300D DSLR with 18-55mm EF-S USM lens for sale

Discussion in 'Canon' started by Lee, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. Lee

    Lee Guest

    I apologize first if this is the wrong place for posting.

    I have a used Canon 300D digital SLR for sale.

    This camera was bought in Japan in Dec. 2003, so this is the Japanese
    version, "Kiss Digital" and comes with the 18-55mm EF-S USM lens -
    Ultrasonic Motor, quiter and faster auto focusing. The camera body is made
    in Japan, different to the Australian version of the 300D, which are made in
    other countries.
    ,with 18-55mm non USM version lens.

    I take good care of my cameram so it is in excellent cosmetic condition,
    with just a couple of scratches on the under-side of the body, and where the
    body attachs to the tripod. The lens is clean, as it always had a UV
    protector filter on it.

    The camera is in full working condition, with a firmware upgrade that allows
    you to use custome functions similar to 10D. (this can be reverted back to
    the original 300D firmware for the buyer). I have been rather busy since I
    bought this camera, it has only taken about 1000 shots, considered as very
    low usage for a SLR camera!

    It will come with all the original standard accessories - battery, battery
    charger, strap, USB and AV cables. It will also come with a 256MB CF card.

    Basic Specs:

    6.3 MPixel CMOS sensor
    1.8" LCD
    EF and EF-S lens mount
    IS0 100-1600 (3200 with the 10D firmware)
    7-point TTL
    weights 649g with cf card and battery

    full reviews can be found here:

    arrangement can be made for viewing in Brisbane, or email me for
    pictures: leeash2003 at iinet dot net dot au

    I am selling because I just don't have much time to use this camera anymore.
    I am looking for a price of around $850 (with lens and 52X speed Ridata
    256MB CF card) or just the camera body, email me with your offers. Camera
    can be delivered in Brisbane, otherwise buyer pays postage interstate.

    Lee, Jun 12, 2006
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