Minolta X370S + accessories

Discussion in 'Minolta' started by Dave Brown, May 28, 2004.

  1. Dave Brown

    Dave Brown Guest

    I just bought a digital camera for my cousin and she asked me to get
    rid of her Minolta kit which is an X370s 35mm SLR. It has two lenses,
    I really can't tell what kind they are: 1 looks like a f2.8 - 22
    55-135mm lens, the other is an f4.5 to 32 zoom 80-200mm with
    normal/macro settings. It has MC in green on the front of the lens and
    CPC auto zoom after that. She also has an Achiever DZ260 flash for
    Minolta, the auto rewinder, and 2 Hoya closeup filters.

    Any idea what I got here and what it is worth? I did a web search and
    the camera look like it is still going for about $200 on the
    web...seems high for an 8 year old camera.

    Any help appreciated as I really only have experience with digital
    cameras the last 6 years....

    btw, any interested buyers out there?

    Thanks!

    db
     
    Dave Brown, May 28, 2004
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  2. Dave Brown

    James Cloud Guest

    Strictly a guess: $60-100 for the camera with lens.
     
    James Cloud, May 29, 2004
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  3. Dave Brown

    Lisa Horton Guest

    Ultimately, a think is worth what someone will pay for it. You can
    check completed auctions at Ebay to find out what people have paid for
    similar items. When you figure out an asking price, you may want to
    list it in the rec.photo.marketplace groups rather than here, where ads
    are discouraged.

    Lisa
     
    Lisa Horton, May 30, 2004
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