Craiglist is great for some stuff (not electronics!), but always meet in a very public place to avoid being robbed.
Thanks for the advice. Since I've never used the "big auction house" I'm leery of trying it.
I have successfully sold a $6,500 Harley, my D3200 system (why did I buy Nikon? ) and a monopod that came "free" with my 5D3 purchase. 3 for three using Craigslist.
But I live by the same rule, in person and in public only.
I was hoping there was some reputable used photography buy/sell site you regulars have had success with.
Fred Miranda is a very good and reputable site for selling your gear, but, like other sites, it depends on reputation from past sales. Ebay is the same, reputation counts.
You can sell your gear to Adorama, or some of the other used photography dealers, but you take a big hit for being able to get a quick sale.
Craigslist has implemented some new procedures that seem to have knocked most of the automated scammers out. You no longer publish your phone or e-mail address in the open for robots to scan. It works pretty well for me. Some don't get it, and still put their phone number in the text.
The thing with selling on craigslist is to have a fair price, a good description and photos, and don't sound paranoid with all kinds of threats about Nigerian scammers, etc. Just specify that you will meet the buyer in a safe location like a bank or a Starbucks, and that you want cash only with no shipping.