Good deal, I guess. However, the better deal was Cyber Monday when they had the 70d + 50 f1.8 + SanDisk 16gb card for $1,049.
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Fair enough. If only I liked the design of the Df, I might be tempted to get a wooden iPad case (although those cases are far too sleek and curvy to be a good match for the Df).
Now, this one.......
Careful watch you wish for. If the PPI of an iPad were scaled to that TV, it probably would be a 4k HDTV.
But it wouldn't have all that cool retro wood paneling, now, would it?
Next up, Sony jumps on the retro bandwagon, with their new line of 4K HDTVs...
Just look at all those dials!!
Um, er, only 50 some posts, I've drawn Neuro's ire already, oh my......
I am skipping eBay too, with their ridiculous percentages...do you know of any forums to sell gear on and just use paypal???
Tell me which EF-S lenses you would like to buy if it existed. Would have some advantage over existing lenses, even if it is just the price.Canon already has the 10-22, so don't need the 6-16.
My short list:
EF-S 8-16mm F4-5.6 $ 800 (non-fisheye)
EF-S 16-55mm F2.8 IS $ 900 (I have a dream ...)
EF-S 17-70mm F4 IS $ 500 (not impossible)
EF-S 55-150mm F2.8 IS $ 1100 (so sexy)
EF-S 135-500mm F4-5.6 IS $ 1200 (not too heavy)
Does my dreams will be met? What is your dream lens EF-S?
Have any of you bought their used lenses? How did you feel about the price you paid? How was the lens you got with respect to the description of the shape it was in, etc?
Have you had to return one and was that a hassle? Did you get a refund or exchange?
Overall, what's the consensus of buying from them...good, bad, excellent?
I wonder if they'll have lenses other than what goes through the rental house. As in, can I sell my lenses/cameras to them like Keh.com or something similar.
After we get things settled in (new building and more staff for LensAuthority) we plan to start offering certification for people selling their own gear: we'll independently test it, give a printout of the optics, and warranty it for the seller. Or sell it for them on consignment. We'll clearly identify when an item is a consignment item, but it will be tested to our standards and warrantied if appropriate. For some more expensive lenses it will hopefully provide some assurances to the buyers and be a better deal for sellers who don't want to deal with Craigslist or eBay (or if they do, they can list our test results and warranty when they sell it.)