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$200 isn't worth that bad karma.'
Keep in mind, ebay fees are hefty.
Since when is listing an item without a shutter count a crime, or much less, bad karma?? There are TONS of people out there who have NO IDEA what a shutter count is....so if you're in the market to sell, how is it your problem to let them know If they ask, well you tell them...just cause you don't put it in the description, doesn't make it wrong...case in point, i bought a d300 from KEH a while back, in bargain condition, for $600.....keh doesn't even CHECK shutter counts....they just look at what they can see, touch, smell, etc....the thing had 145,000 clicks on it....was i PISSED that they didn't tell me....no.....i got a good deal...the camera is a 3rd backup, and came with a 6 month warranty, so i'm not really losing sleep over it.....plus, nothing says the camera will not die after 1,000, 10,000, 100,000, or even 1,000,000 clicks!!......the fact is, there is nothing "bad", or "wrong" about selling your body without listing shutter clicks....it happens every day...doesn't mean you have to click the "buy" button...at the same time, on this site, i would never expect to sell a camera body WITHOUT listing a shutter count...b/c people here CARE...on ebay, and craigslist, not so much.