I’ve finally decided to put up all of my photography equipment for sale. It’s a hard decision given it’s taken me a long time to acquire all this awesome hardware, but truth be told, I don’t use it as much anymore. I used to spend a lot of my time shooting sports and it’s served me very well. The kids are growing up now so I don’t find myself reaching for it as often. I might as well let it go.
Absolutely everything is mint. Here it is, piece by piece.
It’s a great sports camera. It’s comes with two batteries and the MB-D200 Multi-Power Batter Pack, so you’ll never run out of juice. I never have.
I don’t really need to say much about this lens. If you’re looking at this post you’re most likely familiar with this lens. It’s a must have lens for almost any professional or prosumer photographer. It comes with the HM-31 lens hood and a Nikon L37c UV Haze filter
At $1400 retail, you can’t beat this deal. Ken Rockwell has some very good things to say about this lens. It comes with a B+W F-Pro UV filter.
This is probably my favorite lens. An awesome macro and portrait lens.
This is a really fun lens with an ultra-wide picture angle of 180 degrees. The lens-hood is built-in.
This is absolutely awesome in low light situations where flash is not an option. Great for indoor sports. It comes with a Rodenstock E52 UV filter.
Allows you to increase the focal-length by 1.7x to any lenses. Great when you need a little extra for sports or wildlife.
A great flash that can be remote-controlled from the D200 body. You can place it anywhere.
I have a step-up ring that will allow you to use this filter on the 50mm 1.4.
It’s the bag on the right, and it fits everything that you see on the table. It’s perfect for the whole lot.
A smaller bag, but I usually carry this when I don’t need to haul everything.
- Nikon MC-36: $80
- Nikon SC-29: $40
- Manfrotto Monopod: $200 - this is a great addition for when you’re using the 70-200 for sports or wildlife.
- Booth Reflector, Lens Brush, Lens Case, etc - Free
I’ve tried to price everything quite aggressively. I tried to find all items on either Adorama or Amazon to get comparable prices for the items if you were to buy them new. When I add everything up you will find that my prices are 1/3 less. If you’re interested in the whole lot, I’ll add another 10%.
Some of the items have been sold. Please see the following list for what’s still available.