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Sell Used Photo Equipment

Written by Sierra Rein
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In order to sell used photo equipment, you have to be aware of more than a few things. First of all, realize that while camera equipment is still relatively expensive, there is a depreciating value to most cameras as the years go by. Secondly, you have to know how to judge the condition and value of a camera before asking a price to anyone interested in buying it.

To know the specifics about the above issues, you have to do your research. Many online informational sources can help you find a camera value guide to reference. Also, you should be able to know the difference between "mint minus" condition (slightly used but no discernible wear and tear unless under close scrutiny) and what is considered "fair" (considerable wear and tear, dust, scratches, dents and mold). By learning this terminology, you should be able to discuss the selling price of your equipment with confidence and assurance.

Who to Sell Used Photo Equipment To, You Ask?

The initial ideas is to put ads in local newspapers, online auctions, and on neighborhood telephone poles to advertise your equipment. While these are time-honored ways of doing business, these methods do not promise that you will be given the final price of the actual product's worth. If you think you deserve either the true value of the equipment or more, there is another way of selling things online.

This option asks for the service of Internet camera buyers to help you sell used photo equipment. These companies, often serving as an intermediary between the used camera owner and a camera seller, can analyze your equipment's information, give you a quote, and send you a check in exchange for the items. You can do this all in the comfort of your own home office, and collect many different quotes to find the highest price offer you can.


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