WTS: Nikon Pronea 600i APS SLR

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by e.l roy, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. e.l roy

    e.l roy Guest

    Have a Nikon Pronea 600i APS camera to let go at S$300. Include 2 lens,
    camera bag, manual, release cable, 2 UV filter. Interested: contact
    () for viewing.
    e.l roy, Nov 20, 2006
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    Skip Guest

    Wrong group. This is neither rec.photo.equipment.aps nor is it the
    rec.photo.marketplace.aps newsgroup.
    Skip, Nov 22, 2006
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    Doug Robbins Guest

    Even if this were the appropriate newsgroup for selling equipment, no one
    except perhaps a collector of obsolete cameras would be interested in buying
    a APS slr. Perhaps you can get $50 for it on eBay.
    Doug Robbins, Nov 25, 2006
  4. My wife loves them. They still make film for them, and if you never intend
    to blow the pictures up much larger than 4 x 6, they are just as good as any
    film camera. I found a brand new Canon elf II, still in the box, at our
    local flea market for $12. This is an all metal bodied camera that sold 10
    years ago for $350. It works perfectly, and is about as big as a package of
    William Graham, Nov 25, 2006
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    Doug Robbins Guest

    The Elf II isn't an SLR, dude. Do you even read the posts before you reply?
    Doug Robbins, Nov 25, 2006
  6. I do sometimes miss a word here and there......
    William Graham, Nov 25, 2006
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    Pudentame Guest

    OTOH, if I didn't plan on blowing them up larger than 4 x 6, I could use
    one of them new cell phone cameras.

    Every picture I take is intended to be at least 11 x 14 (or larger).
    Pudentame, Nov 26, 2006
  8. Wow....I couldn't afford to produce 11 x 14 prints of all my stuff....OTOH,
    viewing them on my computer screen is almost the same thing.....My biggest
    problem with my wife's aps stuff is that my film scanner won't accept
    it......I have to scan her prints with my flatbed, and the quality of those
    Wall-Mart prints is problematical, to say the least......
    William Graham, Nov 27, 2006
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