Best offer. I’ve gotten enough dough to purchase the Canon T3i – mostly because I like the swivel LCD.
My Ti1 has worked perfectly and continues to be my camera of choice for everything… most of what you’ve seen over few years has been from the Canon T1i. Have at least one extra Canon battery for it – maybe more, and a cable release.
It is probably not perfect in terms of cosmetics – I’ll have to take a look at it. But I don’t remember any scratches or anything major wrong with it. Sold as is. That means that if something goes wrong after you buy it – I don’t offer a warranty. Comes with the usual stuff – body cap and strap and manuals.
Great camera for someone wanting to make the move from P/S camera to DSLR. I’m a Canon guy – so I’m not going to compare it to Nikons or other cameras. I’ll post some pics of it tomorrow.
Paypal is my prefered way of doing this -and I’m only shipping to the U.S. Will ship via UPS insured, signature required.
Also an excellent camera if you are looking for a camera to convert to infrared through LifePixel or DSI.
Any questions – drop me an email.
Also open to trades for two possible lenses – either the Tokina or the Sigma wide angle zooms. I’ll have to put more details in about that.
the T1i is a cropped sensor camera. I’ve gotten perfectly fine shots at 1600 that have been interpolated with Pixel Genius to 24 x 36. Other than then my desire for the swivel LCD I don’t have any gripes about the camera.
And believe it or not – I may sell off the Epson 7800. That’s a big PITA to sell since it takes two weight lifters to take it down the two flights of stairs. You’d need a van. And I would need help disassembling it and getting it ready to travel.
It could use a good cleaning. Reason for selling – I’m outsourcing all my printing now.
You know me. I’m honest and have been trading and buying photography equipment for about 20 years. The 7800 arrived on a palet. I’ll do a print out when I get a chance to see how many prints it’s done. Another incentive for me is to simply get it out of my tiny studio apartment. I’ve woken up for the last few years with that baby staring me int he face. And yes – right now it’s actually working well – but it’s at that point where it might be worth while having it refurbished – though I have no idea how much that costs.
If nobody bites – I’m going to have an Epson 7800 party where I invite big people to the house and we take the thing apart and see if any company is interested in it. It’s the one with a 24 inch carriage, and K3 links (I’ve been using Photo Black since day one). Haven’t used any unusual papers. My papers were Crane/Museo Silver Rag, and Epson Fiber Gallerie Exhibition paper. Then lately I switched to Ilford Fiber Gold.
Only serious offers will be replied to.