value of Canon F-1 outfit

Discussion in 'Canon' started by Daibhidh, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. Daibhidh

    Daibhidh Guest

    Hello.
    Necessity finally prompts me to part with my Canon F-1 outfit. Based on
    price of individual items from dealers, I was thinking $785 reasonable for
    all. Any advice (or interest)? Thanks...

    http://hpaa.com/camera/canon.htm
     
    Daibhidh, Dec 17, 2008
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    Joel Guest

    Point your browser to www.ebay.com to check the price.
     
    Joel, Dec 17, 2008
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  3. Daibhidh

    Daibhidh Guest

    Don't see all the same items in 'mint' condition, but it's clear this is not
    a seller's market. $785 derived by adding up prices from a dealer and
    subtracting a couple hundred$. Obviously too optimistic. Thanks for the
    reply.
     
    Daibhidh, Dec 17, 2008
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    ray Guest

    You might try craigslist.com - it's much less hassle if you can sell
    locally.
     
    ray, Dec 17, 2008
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    Frank Arthur Guest

    A Canon F-1 with 50mm f1.4 lens, guaranted was going for about $100 at
    Ebay today.
     
    Frank Arthur, Dec 17, 2008
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    nutso fasst Guest

    Crap. I mistyped the URL. Correct URL is:

    http://hpaa.com/photo/canon.htm

    It's a fair amount of stuff, including Power Winder F, 50mm f1.4 & 100mm f4
    S.C. macro/tele & 24mm f2.8 Canon FD lenses, FD50 extension tube, focusing
    screen D, 17 filters, shutter release cable, lens hood, LowePro compact 35
    case, Sunpak Auto 611 flash (dead capacitors) w/swivel mount & filters.

    Continuing to check prices on everything, I don't think price is out of line
    (in any case I don't want to give it up for less). None of this has any
    nicks or 'brassing'; the camera just recently lost it's 'PASSED' inspection
    sticker. Not sure but I may still have some original boxes around somewhere.

    I've posted on local Craigslist.

    Thanks to Ray and Frank for replies.
     
    nutso fasst, Dec 18, 2008
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