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Selling : Boxed Nikon D5000, 18-55mm & 55-200mm, Lowepro...

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15 Oct 2012 5:55PM
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15 Sep 2012 5:55PM


Welcome to my classified! I'm selling my beloved D5000 in favour of a smaller camera I can take cycling with me, as this one was too bulky to ever come along!

It's in brilliant condition as it's hardly ever been used. There are no marks on the body, and no visible scratches on the screen. If you hold it up to the light at an angle you can see some very faint scratches, probably caused by my old cleaning cloth. The last photo I took, give or take one or two, shows a shutter count of 3483 - to me, that's practically new! The battery life is as good as new, and I rarely have to charge it even over a week of light photography.

The lenses look brand new as they have always had Jessops UV filters attached, so the glass is in perfect condition, and there are no marks on the body of the lenses either. I will leave the UV filters on when I sell it.

There's an ellipses in the title which suggests you get more for your money than the body, two lenses and a lowepro camera bag, but you're probably wondering what exactly is included. Well, here's a list:

- Nikon D5000 Body
- Nikkor AF-S DX VR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G Lens
- Nikkor AF-S DX VR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G IF-ED Lens with Hood and Soft Case
- Lowepro Flipside 200 Camera Bag (rucksack style)
- Velbon DF50 Tripod
- LensPen
- Spudz Lens Cloth
- Memorex 2GB SD Card
- Kingston 4GB SDHC Card
- Yongnuo Remote Shutter Release
- Unbranded Remote Shutter Release
- Hoya ND8 52mm Screw-in Filter
- Unbranded 52mm ND Graduated Screw-in Filter
- 2x Jessops 52mm UV Screw-in Filters (on lenses)
- All cables - USB cable and TV cable
- Neck Strap
- Battery (ENEL9a) and Charger
- Box and Manual

I won't go over everything individually, but it's worth commenting on the bag - this is a truly great bag that I bought for 60 around when I got the camera. It holds everything listed above comfortably, and there's probably room for a nifty fifty too!

The tripod isn't anything special, but it's always been adequate for my needs and I've taken some very sharp photos using it at long (30 second) shutter speeds. It's got a bit of rust on it's feet though Sad

Now, for the important bit - photos! You can see 20 photos of everything here: http://codebotics.co.uk/camera .
I'll happily take more photos if anyone needs them, and I'm willing to answer any questions!

Postage will be 20 as this weighs a tonne, but you're welcome to collect.


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