Nikon D90 with the Nikon battery grip ($180 extra) for 2 batteries, battery charger with 2 batteries, unused original strap, body cap, manuals and everything that came with the camera from new except for the 18-105 lens (I broke it) and a couple of SD card to start you off. Add an inexpensive lense like a 18-105 and you'll have a very good starter set.
Just last month, the camera was at Nikon USA Service in New York for a CLA (clean, lube and adjust) which included sensor cleaning, replacing rubber grip on right side, calibration and firmware update- a $100 of services.
Unlike the D3000 series, D40 series, and D5000 series, you don't need AFS lenses to operate the autofocus... Nikon got this one right...the camera is compatible with almost every lense Nikon has made in the last 50 years.
Asking $350...was $1400 camera new.
Will deliver to Williams Grove
I've upgraded my main camera to a D700 and now will use the D300S as a secondary camera.
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