Hello friends. After some serious debate, I’ve decided to sell my two cameras so that I can upgrade to a better Digital Rebel with video and consolidate to one camera (the consensus of twitter friends seems to be the T2i is the way to go). These cameras are used for taking most of the photos you see on the blog – one of them is almost brand new! I thought I’d post these here to give you guys a chance to buy them before I put them on Ebay. Email me at katemiss at gmail.com if you’re interested. Prices are firm.
Only a little over two years old, this is the main camera I use for my photos you seen on this blog. I absolutely love this camera, the only reason I’m selling it is to upgrade to a Canon that shoots video as well. I’ve kept it in excellent shape and it’s in perfect working order. The battery lasts forever (I think I’ve charged it 5 times total), and it takes SD memory cards (not included) that are really cheap and easy to find. The lens it comes with is extremely versatile and has an impressive zoom. This is the perfect camera for someone who has never used a DSLR camera and wants to take their photos up a notch (etsy sellers & bloggers especially), but also isn’t too limited for someone already familiar with DSLRs. I bought it for $550, and am selling it for $350 + shipping. Comes with the USB cord, battery charger, and strap. The manuals and such can be easily downloaded online.
(SOLD) This is a magical little micro four-thirds camera. You’d never guess by its size, but it takes nearly identical photos to the Digital Rebel. The lenses are interchangeable, you can shoot RAW, and it takes AMAZING HD video (what I use for my “moving photos” lately). I really love this camera, I just invested in it when I shouldn’t have, and want to consolidate to one camera. FYI- the kit lens it comes with is a pancake lens and has no zoom. It takes a little getting used to, but for some people, it’s not an issue, and you can buy a larger lens with a zoom if you want to. Touch screen + a million amazing settings I never even got to learn. But easy to use – great for beginnings, or pros who want a camera to easily carry around with them for quick shots. The white color is more expensive and difficult to find in stock at many places. I bought it for $700, I’m selling it for $625 + shipping as it’s barely been used, but has a few very minor surface dings (I didn’t even notice them til taking photos for this, they’re on the left in the photo). It will come with the original box with all the original contents.