photo FS: Canon EOS L series lenses

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I've decided to sell off my Canon lenses mainly because it's been years since I've done a significant amount of photography. I'll probably replace it all with a digital PS which will undoubtedly satisfy my needs. All are in excellent condition and are older but still very low usage lenses. I've got a variety of other useful camera stuff too but I'll probably sell it off as a mixed lot(s). I'll give you guys first shot before submitting it to Ebay over the next week (Just waiting for photographs to be developed). Prices are minimums, so no dickering down. If anyone is interested, PM me.

1. $1,200.00US + shipping Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.9L IS USM S/N 254696; includes original box, lens case LZ-1324, Lens Hood ET-88C, 2x Canon Lens Caps, Tripod Mount Ring B (W)
2. $1,100.00US + shipping Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L USM S/N 138478; includes original box, lens case LZ-1324, Lens Hood ET-8311, 2x Canon Lens Caps, Tripod Mount Ring B (W)
3. $1,200.00US +shipping Canon EF 24-70mm f2.8L USM S/N 74293; includes original box, Lens Case LP-1219, Lens Hood EW-83F, 2x Canon Lens Caps
4. $600.00US + shipping Canon EF 17-40mm f4L USM S/N 92058; includes original box, Lens Case LP-1319, Lens Hood EW-83E, 2x Canon Lens Caps
5. $800.00US + shipping Canon MP-E65 f2.8 1-5X Macro S/N 103319; includes original box, 2x Canon Lens Caps, Tripod Mount Ring B (B)
 
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Here's Photo's of the above five lenses:

0755_18.jpg 0755_14.jpg 0758_12.jpg 0758_22.jpg 0758_01.jpg

I can supply detailed photo's of any specific lens anyone's interested in. It just did not seem reasonable to upload everything to SF.
 

LunarMist

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Wow, it looks like you keep everything. I'd buy a 6D or other body and keep all that stuff. :) Digital P/S are still seriously limited by the lenses and tiny sensor.
 
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Yes, I saved everything. I even have the foam blocks and original plastic bags that everything was originally wrapped in (inside the boxes).

My point is that I am not using them for many years now so I just don't need to have all that money tied up in something I'm just not doing. I considered at one time buying a digital body but never did because the ones I coveted were very expensive and I wasn't willing to compromise back then. Now it just doesn't matter to me. Better to sell it while it still has value unlike my film camera's which don't have much value left in them. I agree that digital PS's have extreme limitations but my uses would be more along the lines of inventorying the stuff I own and they are fine for that.
 
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