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Canon Equipment for Sale

this article will be removed after the sale

Over the years, I’ve accumulated a couple of closets full of cameras, lenses and accessories. Now it’s time for me to empty those closets and to downsize my photographic holdings.

Here is my list of Canon equipment that I am selling. All items are in very good to excellent condition. I will keep this list up to date until all of the items are sold. Please see the photos of the equipment below.

SOLD – Canon 5D Mark II body $400 full frame 21MP, shutter actuations 4248
SOLD – Canon 6D body $600 full frame 26MP, shutter actuations 6100
SOLD – 8-15mm f/4L $625 zoom fisheye
SOLD – 17-40mm f/4L $400
SOLD – 20mm f/1.8 $200 Sigma brand
SOLD – 24mm f/3.5L TS-E $700 tilt/shift perspective control
SOLD – 35mm f/2 $300
SOLD – 50mm f/1.4 $200
SOLD – 70-200mm f/2.8L IS $625
SOLD – 75-300mm F4-5.6 IS $100
SOLD – 85mm f/1.8 $200
SOLD – 100mm f/2.8 $300 macro
SOLD – 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS $650
SOLD – 135mm f/2L $450
SOLD – Extender 1.4X $150
SOLD – Extender 2X $200
SOLD – TC-80N3 Remote $ 50 timer controller
Angle Finder C $ 75 90 degree viewfinder
SOLD – 580EX II Speedlite $200
580EX II Speedlite $175
Altura Speedlite $ 50 Model AP-C1001
SOLD – Extension tube set $ 10 manual exposure
SOLD – Metabones Adapter $175 to use Canon EF Lenses on Sony FE full frame body

All items are available for only for local (Grand Rapids, Michigan), cash only transactions.

If you’re interested in any of these items, please contact me:


    Note: I may not have the boxes and instruction manuals for each lens. All lenses are EF for full frame.

    Canon 5D MkII body with 21MP full frame sensor only 4300 shutter activations

    100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS and 70-200mm f/2.8L IS

    75-300mm f/4-5.6 VR and 135mm f/2L

    24mm f/3.5L TS-E and 17-40mm f/4L

    8-15mm F/4L fisheye and Sigma 20mm f/1.8

    50mm f/1.4 and 35mm f/2

    2X EF Extender and 1.4X EF Extender

    Angle Finder “C” and TC-80N3 Remote Timer

    Altura AP-C1001 and 2 580EX II speedlites

    100mm f/2.8 macro & 85mm f/1.8

    Extension tubes & Metabones EF to Sony FE body

    It’s Personal

    Camera Brands Are Like Religion

    Not a week goes by without someone asking me what brand of camera they should buy, a Canon or a Nikon.

    Most of the time they’re wanting to replace their good quality point-and shoot camera. They’re looking for more advanced equipment along the lines of a DSLR.

    Having owned or used literally dozens of cameras, especially in the past five years, I have a definitive answer which I’ll share with you shortly. But what I find interesting is that so many photo enthusiasts also have very definite answers to this question.

    Let me back up a bit and explain why I’m writing this.

    A Facebook friend wrote that he was looking for a new DLSR. “Should I buy a Canon or a Nikon?”, he posted. I replied “or a Sony?”. The point I was trying to make was that there are more choices than only Canon and Nikon.

    A few minutes later there were many more replies on his Facebook status: “Nikon”; “CanonCanonCanon”; “I shoot Nikon”; “I use a Nikon D90”; “Canon definitely”; “I have a Nikon 5000”; etc.



    It’s not surprising that a camera brand is a very personal choice. It is as though each photographer is pleading with my friend to heed only his or her suggestion. Isn’t proselytizing their brand like forcing a person’s religion onto another?

    Yet when I think about it I was doing the same. I was suggesting that a Sony NEX camera is similar to DSLR but without the weight and bulk. And since I am very fond of carrying lightweight equipment, I frequently use a Sony NEX camera.

    Of course I could have chosen a different way to respond to his initial post by asking a few qualifying questions: will he be taking lots of sports or action; are movies part of his photography repertoire; how much money does he have to spend.

    But frankly these qualifying questions don’t matter much.

    Here’s my answer to his question: it doesn’t matter if you choose Canon or Nikon. Both have equally capable cameras in the various price ranges. And Sony also has equally capable cameras. One could argue that Pentax and Olympus also offer quality models too.

    There’s too many slanted opinions for my friend to make his choice based on all of the Facebook replies. I hope my friend makes his choice based on how the equipment feels in his hands; getting the most features for the price; availability and affordability of additional lenses; past experience with previous purchases.

    What do you think? Any comments?

    Written by: Arnie Lee