Someone on ebay is selling his/her D700 in order to get a new D3x.
Thanks for the link JD!
oh, god, what such a pure idiotic gearhead.
this people are craaaaaaaaaaaaaazy
Can’t see where he says that he wants to buy a D3x.
read the last sentence of the first paragraph in description…
“Gently used as a backup; planning to buy Nikon D3x.”
he removed the D3x part.
As of now it appears he edited his listing and removed the D3x part of it. Smart move on his part, makes him look a little more intelligent now, except I’m wondering how that’s a backup camera of his. That means he’s got another D700 or a D3 and his shots of the D700 for sale are pretty sub par. I take better pictures of the items I sell on ebay and craigslist for $25.
Yeah, the photos suck. And the liar should again edit the eBay listing to delete “Optical Zoom: 5x”
Shouldn’t that read “Rumor Humor”?
Crazy as it may seem, it appears that Nikon has earned the trust of some: this guy’s willing to bank on the notion that the costly upgrade will be worth it.
I messaged that guy through ebay, he said he shot D3x already. So I messaged him back asking him if he could reveal some facts about it.
Ha – did not think about that, but I was stupid enough to call Macy’s…
Let us know if you get an answer back.
Methinks you provoked him to remove that D3x part Ben. **Chuckles**
I guess now he will never sell his D700…
Exactly. Embarrassed a liar. It’s just a wanker who’s hard-up for money who doesn’t want to say he has to sell-off a toy to make a home- or car loan payment…
He has 5000 clicks and only charged the battery twice? Really? 2500 shots per battery?
Maybe he used the grip?
Yeah, right; and he made 4.500 shots with only charging the battery twice… Guinness material…
Anyone with common sence would not touch his camera. He is incorrect saying the warranty would be valid when it is not invoice or not.
“He is incorrect saying the warranty would be valid when it is not invoice or not.”
That happens ALL THE TIME on ebay.
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