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    Canon EOS 5D MkIII Full Frame DSLR 1350 plus shipping. Inc L bracket and kirk compatible bottom QR bracket. Inc two Canon Batteries and 3 16GB flash cards

    Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II lens 1100 plus shipping

    Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L II IS Lens 1250 plus shipping

    2 x Canon EX 600-RT radio Flash guns 300 each plus shipping

    Canon ST e3 RT fradio flash trigger 150 plus shipping

    Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter backpack (huge)with Artificial Intelligence laptop holder 75 plus shipping

    Think Tank Photo Sling-o-Matic 20 back pack (van take pro DSLR and 70-200 2.8 attached) 60

    3 Legged Thing Brian CF tripod without head, extremely light and versatile, complete with semi rigid case. 320 new 200 plus shipping

    Rogue Grid speedlight modifier See Here mint 20 plus shipping.

    Cheetah QBox24 softball for speedlights See Here hardly used 50 plus shipping.

    Delkin Sensor Scope image sensor cleaning kit early used and mint, 45 plus shipping.

    Kenko Extension Tube set for Canon EF/EFs mount 50 hardly used

    Visico VC500LR flashlights. 2x500 watt flash heads with standpoint bracket, reflectors with Brolly bracket, wired hotshot mount camera trigger, also snood to be used with one of the lights, I sadly have lost the stands, but these are easy to come by. Will need stands and perhaps brollys/softboxes if you want a more diffuse light, looking for 320 plus delivery. (not easy as pretty big, local pickup would be better)

    pics getting taken tomorrow so if anyone is interested I will post pics tomorrow night.

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    Camera, still to show pics, but shutter count is V low 18,200

    24-70







    70-200







    EX600 RT





    ST E3 RT



    3 Legged Thing Brian 2









    Rogue Grid



    Kenko Extension tubes (turn any lens into a macro)



    Think Tank Photo, huge bag, Holds multiple SLR's and Multiple lenses, huge flexibility, can be used like a suitcase, or a backpack (straps can be hidden when not needed)





    more to follow

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    Canon 5D Mk III bought new by me in 2012, 18200 shutter actuations, complete with Sunwayphoto Quick release bracket and Sunwayphoto L Bracket (around 100 for both) plus 2 batteries and 3 16GB CF cards, have box (bought originally as a kit, but long since sold the 24-105L) comes with Charger and USB cable, but sadly no manual (can be downloaded)







    Deakin Sensor Scope Camera sensor cleaner, with Lighted Loupe, Vacuum, cleaning fluid and swabs, easy to do and a lot cheaper than taking camera back to store where you'll pay around 50 for each clean.





    Canon off shoe camera cord2 (replaced by identical new model called OC E3 50 new) 25 plus shipping great for getting flash away from camera, for portrait/macro etc



    Canon Remote switch RS80N3 wired remote for use with canon EOS cameras, unlike the wireless remote this one doesn't use timer, can be used for bulb too, and also will autofocus if you have shutter button set to focus. 40ish new 25 plus shipping



    Visico Flashlights showing lights, reflectors and snood, comes with cary bag, but sadly have lost remote trigger, but lights will work with wired trigger, or can be slaved optically to camera mounted flash. price reduced to 225 plus shipping





    Cheetah Qbox 24 softball for speed light flash



    Heavy Duty Tripod head, 60mm ball, bought this a few years ago, paid about 140 for it s/h most stable head I have used, once set will not droop, but bloody heavy, think about 1.2kg, so only really for studio/home use, has drag clutch to set tension, and lockable rotating base, but perfect for Macro/product shots, and very long exposures, I have fitted it with a 3 legged thing QR bracket and I'll include the 3 legged thing QR plate, but it's compatible with any Kirk type QR plate/L-bracket/nodal rail etc, 70 plus shipping


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    all prices negotiable (a little )

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    Can't think of anything else you'd need. GLWTS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIU View Post
    Can't think of anything else you'd need. GLWTS.
    Cheers

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    You're really going the whole hog and selling all your camera stuff. I'm guessing you don't get to use it as much as you'd like to (or are you going to buy again when the 5D Mk4 comes out? ).... (or maybe going mirrorless)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie spaghetti View Post
    You're really going the whole hog and selling all your camera stuff. I'm guessing you don't get to use it as much as you'd like to (or are you going to buy again when the 5D Mk4 comes out? )
    I'm not sure yet what I'm doing, maybe a Leica Q, Maybe a Sony A7RII and 35 and 50mm lenses, love what the 5D3 does, but you're right, I'm not getting as much chance to use it these days, and a smaller pocketable full frame would suit me better, it wouldn't be good for action shots, and if I went Leica Q I would be stuck at 28mm, but that might be a good thing as it will make me concentrate more on composition, either way I'm not rushing in, besides Leica Q and A7RII are both too new and still command too much money.

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    The new Leica full frame pics look amazing. Stunning colour and resolution but a price tag to match (5K)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie spaghetti View Post
    The new Leica full frame pics look amazing. Stunning colour and resolution but a price tag to match (5K)
    I won't be going Leica M unfortunately, 5k plus lenses at silly money, no if I go Leica it will be the fixed lens Q116 at ONLY 2900 new Sony RX1R looks good too with a fixed 35mm f/2 lens and 42mp, but its a little small, the A7R2 is same 42mp, but the Sony FE55mm is the lens to get, but i also fancy the Zeiss 35 f/1.4 Camera is 2k (grey Import) 55mm is 500-600 and the 35mm is 1300, if I got he A7r2 I would probably start with the 55mm, some of my favourite pics have been with 50mm, especially with people in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    I won't be going Leica M unfortunately, 5k plus lenses at silly money, no if I go Leica it will be the fixed lens Q116 at ONLY 2900 new Sony RX1R looks good too with a fixed 35mm f/2 lens and 42mp, but its a little small, the A7R2 is same 42mp, but the Sony FE55mm is the lens to get, but i also fancy the Zeiss 35 f/1.4 Camera is 2k (grey Import) 55mm is 500-600 and the 35mm is 1300, if I got he A7r2 I would probably start with the 55mm, some of my favourite pics have been with 50mm, especially with people in them.
    I was thinking of getting a nifty fifty. Just now i use my 17-50 zoom as my main lens. The 50mm STM is available for buttons. I reckon it would beat the zoom hands down for sharpness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie spaghetti View Post
    I was thinking of getting a nifty fifty. Just now i use my 17-50 zoom as my main lens. The 50mm STM is available for buttons. I reckon it would beat the zoom hands down for sharpness.
    You still got that 50mm sigma macro, cracking little lens that, I used it as a normal lens I can't see that the 50 stm would be much different size aside, and the siggy is hardly chunky.

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    Ps you should sell all your lenses and buy my 24-70, it's an amazing lens, I got rid of all my primes for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    You still got that 50mm sigma macro, cracking little lens that, I used it as a normal lens I can't see that the 50 stm would be much different size aside, and the siggy is hardly chunky.
    Sold the siggy as i bought the 100mm macro. I would consider the 24-70 but its not wide enough on an aps-c for me.
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    Re 24-70. Aye I realised that, was only joshing.

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    70-200L sold and 5D3 provisionally sold.

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