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    D7100 for sale on ebay

    What sort of scam is this ?
    Buy it now for $999.00.

    Nikon D7100 | eBay


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    Brad


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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    I am not going to feel sorry for the ones that fall or it. It's a scam through & through.
    Sam

    .......and God said "let there be light" with those words photographers were created.

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    Some people are not very Internet savvy. Anyways, won't be there long as I have reported it.
    Cheers and beers,
    Ian

    I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me, than a full frontal lobotomy!!

    All the 7's: D700, D7000 x 2, D70 + A heap of other Nikon stuff, Sigma stuff, Tokina stuff, and Tamron stuff
    And now a Fuji X10

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    What does the letters AU mean? Is that short for some type of currency?

    I googled it and this is what came up --> Nikon :: Digital SLR Cameras - eGlobaL Digital Cameras Online Store

    A D600 for less than $1,600.00 ?????
    Ken

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    AU = Australia. US= United States
    Cheers and beers,
    Ian

    I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me, than a full frontal lobotomy!!

    All the 7's: D700, D7000 x 2, D70 + A heap of other Nikon stuff, Sigma stuff, Tokina stuff, and Tamron stuff
    And now a Fuji X10

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    Eglobal is a great HK=Hong Kong based, AU site. I have bought many items off them. All products are grey imports without specific Nikon warranty, but the company itself offers the warranty. Another one I use frequently with the same business model is DWI. http://www.dwidigitalcameras.com.au/astore/Default.aspx
    Cheers and beers,
    Ian

    I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me, than a full frontal lobotomy!!

    All the 7's: D700, D7000 x 2, D70 + A heap of other Nikon stuff, Sigma stuff, Tokina stuff, and Tamron stuff
    And now a Fuji X10

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    Sort of figured it must be that. So what would the exchange rate make a $1,600.00 D600 in US dollars?
    Ken

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    Currently, $1635. Unsure if they sell to the US.
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    Cheers and beers,
    Ian

    I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me, than a full frontal lobotomy!!

    All the 7's: D700, D7000 x 2, D70 + A heap of other Nikon stuff, Sigma stuff, Tokina stuff, and Tamron stuff
    And now a Fuji X10

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    I have to ask I always heard that water drains backwards down under --- how does that affect your photography shooting upside down? How do you keep the blood from rushing to your head??


    Just having fun
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    Ken

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    Re: D7100 for sale on ebay

    Don't laugh, apparently the water rotates the opposite way when the dunnys (= toilet, crapper, John) is flushed. Something to do with the magnetic poles. Why do you think we all live down here, the head rush is just like being drunk all the time
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    Cheers and beers,
    Ian

    I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me, than a full frontal lobotomy!!

    All the 7's: D700, D7000 x 2, D70 + A heap of other Nikon stuff, Sigma stuff, Tokina stuff, and Tamron stuff
    And now a Fuji X10





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