DVX-100B

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    • #69666
      Avatargldnears
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      I have a Panasonic DVX-100B with very, very, very low hours on it. No scratches or abrasions – looks absolutely new. It's in a Pelican case with lens filter kit, battery charger, and extra battery, and manual . . . . all the stuff which came with it when I bought it new. I'd like to sell it.    W hat should I hope to get for it?

    • #208456
      AvatarKM
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      Rick What are you asking for the camera? KL 702 798-6063 Studio 702 524-1241 Mobile

    • #208458
      Avatargldnears
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      Thanks for the reply, KML, but I really don't know what it's worth . . . . that's why my post.

    • #208468
      Avatarttam27045
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      My trouble with DVX-100B is that when I play the programs back on the TV ; it's a 40" plasma, the quality is bad

    • #208470
      Avatargldnears
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      Admittedly, The DVX-100B is not a HiDef camera and comapred A/B to a high def image on a 40" Plasma would not be a breathtaking image. . . . . but it has a purpose for some.    B&H has a used one in good shape they're asking $ 999 for. Surely, mine, in like new condition, with Pelican case, etc should be worth about that much . . . .

    • #208466
      AvatarKM
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      I sent a reply but it may not have been sent. The camera could easily be in the boat anchor class. It is 4.3 format, tape driven, and standard def. I use two similar kits on a regular basis. Are you interested in selling or just looking for valuation? I would be interested in a possible purchase.  Call me. KML 702/524-1241

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