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FOR SALE: BRAND NEW 16-55mm WR Lens

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Hello!

I mistakenly bought a 16-55 on Aug 15 and missed the 7 day return window. Used it once outdoors and realized that I'd rather stick to my primes. MINT condition, no damage, excellently taken care of.

Asking $975 shipped. 

It's pretty much new. In fact....it really kinda is!

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Thanks for looking!

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Yes, this is a superb lens! FYI, if anyone is in the market for a like New XT-1 with a super sharp Fujinon 60mm f/3.4 Macro lens, vertical grip, and accessories, please email me at steve@totalqualityphoto.com.

A great deal! Thank you.

 

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You can buy the 16-55 new from B&H Photo for $999 currently.   If you really want to sell it you will need to substantially reduce your price.  Just my 2 cents

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Thank you for the input but I've sold equipment before. If people want to save $25, they can buy through me. I appreciate the thought.

For me, I'd use the $25 toward a filter or an extra battery.

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On another note, lenses are not like camera bodies. They hold their values. Maybe $100 off would be a killer deal but you're dreaming if you think you can get this lens in this condition for under $900.

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