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Tokina 10-17mm or Sigma 10 - 22mm wanted for EOS EF

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Tokina 10-17mm or Sigma 10 - 22mm wanted for EOS EF or similar

Just as the title says looking for a good cheap used lens with a Canon EF mount

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Tokina 10-17mm or Sigma 10 - 22mm wanted for EOS EF or similar

Just as the title says looking for a good cheap used lens with a Canon EF mount

 

that makes two of us lol. let me know if you find a second lol.

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Tokina 10-17mm or Sigma 10 - 22mm wanted for EOS EF or similar

Just as the title says looking for a good cheap used lens with a Canon EF mount

 

Am looking for Nikon mount myself, but found this Canon on ebay

 

Ebay

 

Its been wrongly listed as a 12-24 - the picture shows the 10-17 packaging. Someone has asked if it is in fact the 10-17, and he has confirmed his error in the title.

 

Its current price is 71 euros! Seller speaks only German, but I had a reasonable conversation through email with him using an online translator. Cannot vouch for the seller, item or anything: just passing on a lead that you may (or may not) wish to follow.

 

Good luck!

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Thanks it wil go for more that that

 

Certainly. Also, prices tend to be significantly higher on the German e-bay than on the UK or US e-bay. Furthermore, German sellers seldom accept Paypal and expect you to pay their bank fees for direct transfer as well as any your bank may charge you..

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Certainly. Also, prices tend to be significantly higher on the German e-bay than on the UK or US e-bay. Furthermore, German sellers seldom accept Paypal and expect you to pay their bank fees for direct transfer as well as any your bank may charge you..

 

 

Wow - you try and help a guy out....

 

 

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european international money transfer is free (its a EU law) for private persons, if it is in euro's (that is, it wont cost you more then regular transfers). just use the Shared - option when paying.

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My (Swedish) bank don't charge me for money transfers but I've had to pay the seller's bank fee every time I've bought anything on www.ebay.de. A couple of German/Austrian sellers have accepted Paypal provided I paid their Paypal fee though.

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