While I’ve been gleefully enjoying my D600 and the lenses, what’s left of my Canon gear has been woefully collecting dust.
So, I’m back to building the snowball and have decided to sell it.
(Don’t mind the overly large watermark… I clearly wasn’t paying attention, but may be a good idea for selling on eBay.)
In the pictures:
- Canon 50mm f1/4 USM
- Canon 18-55mm f/3.5 – 5.6 IS
- Canon RC-1 Wireless Remote Control
- Canon LP-E5 Battery for Rebel series
- Canon Battery Charger for LP-E5 batteries
I just don’t see myself going back to Canon and while, the 50mm lens is oh so lovely and will outlast the camera bodies, I think I’d do better to just list them on eBay. Not to mention, we still need to snowball.
If you’re interested in the auction, you can find it on eBay.
Speaking of eBay, I generally don’t go there directly to sell my items. I used to use a program for the Mac OS called iSale. After trying to updated it three different times and the program crashing on me ever 5 minutes, I decided to list directly from eBay.
Have you seen the new interface?
It was so much easier to list an item. None of that old confusion and overwhelming sense of “do I really want to do this?” when faced with 50 million options to setup. They really simplified the listing process and made a few items automated which makes it much less stressful to list.
I never thought I would say this, but…
Props to eBay.
I think I’m scrapping iSale and simply posting my stuff via the site from now on.
Have you ever sold any camera gear on eBay? How did it go for you?