Contrary to popular belief, digital photography is actually more expensive than film photography was back in the day. Modern DSLRs are pricier than film cameras, and while the former doesn’t require any additional film and printing costs, we end up spending on external hard drives and even laptops that can accommodate our limitless amounts of digital media.
But we don’t have to let our limited budgets stop us from getting into digital photography or videography, do we? We have the option to purchase used but perfectly capable camera equipment for a much lower price. At the same time, more and more people are looking for cheaper options for their gear, so there’s definitely a market for your used equipment.
We suppose the only troubling questions here are where and how should you sell or trade your used camera gear? First, let’s start with the hows.
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