I'm selling my back up, back up, back up camera, 20D for $300 or best offer. I'd like to sell it for the full price of $300, so whoever gives me the best offer, takes it! I've had this camera since day 1 when it first came out back in 2003, I believe. It was the camera to have and still being used by many photographers as their back up camera or even their main camera. Why am I selling it? Well, I now own 3 other DSLR cameras and would love to own more lens. Although this camera can be very useful, I need to let it go and buy other equipment. The camera will be sold by just the body itself with the original box. The box also includes: Wide Strap, Battery Pack, Original Software, Instructions manual and two free multi coated lens filter.
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The camera works great and also looks great! The only minor issue it has is when you look into the viewfinder while using autofocus, the 9 point focus lights do not turn on when you half press the shutter. The autofocus still works.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit me up on facebook if you are interested. CASH ONLY, PLEASE.
Below are pictures that I took today with the Canon 20D straight from the camera with a Tamron 17-50mm, 2.8 Lens at ISO1600. The other two below are from when I visited the Philippines back in 2007.
As a photographer, you can't ask for anything else when you have a beautiful willing couple and also a beautiful location. I was so happy that they chose this place because 1. I've never been there before, 2. The place is full of art and architecture and 3. The place is full of locations to shoot at. I've known Jason for quite awhile and I am proud of what he has accomplished since he graduated high school and now, engaged to a beautiful lady. It was a lovely day. Jason and Jackie's preparedness and willingness to do anything made my work easier. I can't wait for their wedding in July!
Four words: Love, Family, Strength and Tissues. That's how I can describe Nightingale and Johnny's wedding day. You can feel the love in the air immediately with these two. You know they are meant for each other the moment you meet them. Their family are supportive on both sides of the family, like they knew each other their whole life. The strength of Nightingale to walk down that aisle by herself was breath taking. I know Larry was really by her side the whole time. And yes tissues, tissues, tissues from beginning to end. Like Dino said, "My eyes were really sweaty." I felt chills run down my spine when Nightingale walked down that aisle. I wanted to stop taking photos and just watch her, but I knew this moment was the most precious moment of the day. From the wedding ceremony to beautiful speeches and the reception, how could you not cry? I even went up stage and gave a heart warming speech. I love you guys!