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Why such a crazy price for a IVSb2?
Old 04-12-2012   #1
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Why such a crazy price for a IVSb2?

Shill bidding maybe??
lens is the humble and common f1.8 not the f1.5 fifty mil.

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The camera looks to be mint, but $700.00 seems way too high.

Bidding fever maybe?

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$710, and the reserve is still not met? Must be made of gold pressed latinum.
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Price seems way too high if the reserve hasn't been met yet.

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It is a very nice camera, but I agree, that is a bit much.
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It snaps like a champ.

Huh! ............. ?

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We have to be missing something here...
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Maybe the cutsie, folksy way the seller wrote the ad without really saying anything, and not guaranteeing a return, and berating the buyers that they better buy insurance, somehow convinced some desperate buyers they had to pay 3 times the going rate. Sheeze, I sold a mint looking IVSB the past year here, that had pinholes, for about $150.

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I remember I paid $353 for my IV SB, and $393 for the Canon 50mm 1.5 lens !
lens is ok, body mint
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