View Full Version : How much could I get for my gear?


slipcky6
11-20-2010, 10:02 PM
Well, I haven't been able to use my gear in the past few months so I'm thinking of selling it, but what to you think I could get for it? Heres what I got.

Would $5000 plus Shipping be to much?

1 - AG-HPX170 with only 54 hours of use and in perfect condition.
1 - 16GB E-Series P2 Card
1 - 32GB E-Series P2 Card
1 - Anton Bauer Camera Bag
1 - Anton Bauer ELIPZ 10K Battery Pack
1 - Audio-Technica Shotgun Mic (AT875R)
1 - Bescor Black Tripod (Nothing Fancy)
1 - Normal Battery for the camera.
And everything else that came with it like all the chargers, cords, and manuals. Its also under warranty.

I'll be uploading a pic then.
But what do you guys think this is worth?
Any suggestions help!

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Alcove Audio
11-21-2010, 01:54 AM
1 - Audio-Technica Shotgun Mic (AT875R)

$65 to $125 depending upon condition, whether the shock-mount, case and cable are included.

Cracker Funk
11-21-2010, 02:10 AM
I give you five dollah!
































I think your best bet is to just follow ebay. Watch what's happening with comparable products. And then, be creative in how you sell it. Don't be a lying liar, but don't be afraid to be a salesman, really emphasize the positives, make it sound like the best deal ever. Good luck.

slipcky6
11-21-2010, 10:38 AM
1 - Audio-Technica Shotgun Mic (AT875R)

$65 to $125 depending upon condition, whether the shock-mount, case and cable are included.

Yup the shock mount and custom cable to fit perfectly to the camera comes with it. It's also pretty new.

slipcky6
11-22-2010, 02:37 AM
I give you five dollah!

























I think your best bet is to just follow ebay. Watch what's happening with comparable products. And then, be creative in how you sell it. Don't be a lying liar, but don't be afraid to be a salesman, really emphasize the positives, make it sound like the best deal ever. Good luck.

Thanks for the suggestion! =)

Tara Tusher
11-22-2010, 09:37 AM
Did you look to see what they are selling for on Ebay? If you click "completed" listings on the left of the screen, it will show you all the previous listings and how much they did or did not sell for. At least you can see what the highest your camera sold for, "used", and then add to your asking price, considering the rest of your items.

slipcky6
11-22-2010, 11:38 AM
Did you look to see what they are selling for on Ebay? If you click "completed" listings on the left of the screen, it will show you all the previous listings and how much they did or did not sell for. At least you can see what the highest your camera sold for, "used", and then add to your asking price, considering the rest of your items.

Thanks for the help!

And they are being sold for about $3500 for just the camera with a P2card and Batteries. And most cameras had over 100hours. So maybe My asking price is a bit high, but what about $4700?

directorik
11-22-2010, 01:41 PM
So maybe My asking price is a bit high, but what about $4700?

$4,700 might be a good price. $4,000 might be.

Head over to eBay, post your items with a reserve of $4,700
and see what happens. If they don't sell at that price you'll
know for sure.

Columbus
11-22-2010, 04:04 PM
If I only had $4000...

slipcky6
11-22-2010, 05:14 PM
$4,700 might be a good price. $4,000 might be.

Head over to eBay, post your items with a reserve of $4,700
and see what happens. If they don't sell at that price you'll
know for sure.

If I do sell it, I think I'll post it in the forums first, then go to eBay.

slipcky6
01-12-2011, 06:38 PM
Selling it here:
http://www.indietalk.com/showthread.php?t=27888