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Selling A Canon EOS 40D-
Need to Know What It's Worth

by Xavier
(Howlong , NSW Australia )

Canon EOS 40D Camera

Canon EOS 40D Camera



Hi,

Hope you can ahead some light on this for me. I'm looking at selling my Canon Eos 40D with the following lenses.

Canon efs 17-85mm image stabilizer.
Tamron Aspherical XR Di Af 28 -300mm 1:3.5-6.3 (if) Canon fit lens.

Camera has hardly been used, has carry case software discs charger and battery.I am really not sure what it could be sold for.

Would you have any idea?


Hi Xavier,

Thanks for your question about a selling price for your Canon 40D. The quick answer is not too much.

The EOS 40D was introduced into the market in 2007. Unfortunately, that's ancient technology in the world of digital photography. The used Canon DSLR market is so heavily saturated that prices have plummeted. Heck, even the newest Canon DSLR cameras that come to market with amazing technology have reduced prices because the market has changed so much.

You'll likely make out better selling your Canon and Tamron gear separately.

Canon 40D selling prices

Here are a few examples of selling prices for the 40D and various lenses to give you some price ranges in the USA for your camera:

B+HPhoto: Canon EOS 40D, 10.1 Megapixel, Interchangeable Lens SLR Digital Camera with Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM Autofocus Lens. $329

Ebay:Canon EOS 40D 10.1MP Digital SLR Camera With Sigma 70-300mm DG Macro Zoom Lens. $179

Ebay: Canon EOS 40D 10.1MP Digital Camera Body. $109

KEH: CANON EOS 40D DIGITAL SLR CAMERA BODY. $75 - $145

Good Luck,
Bruce

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