A&P What should I do with my 300D its battery grip and remote release?

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  1. CornUponCob

    CornUponCob New Member

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    Since I bought a 30D my 300D has been sitting in a box. I'm reluctant to sell it because the mirror on the inside fell off one day (not the plastic bracket that holds it in place, just the mirror). I superglued the mirror back and place and it still works just fine (view from the viewfinder looks no different, still autofocuses the same as it did before).

    So I have the 300D, the battery grip, two extra batteries (I really don't think I need them for my 30D, that thing sips batteries) and the remote release. I don't think I could get that much for it. I think the shutter has been through about 20,000 actuations. Body exterior is still like new.
     
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    SenenCito OT Supporter

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    why not take the 300d for repairs and then sell it

    me id keep two bodies if I could..for events having two bodies is almost a necessity
     
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    Will the grip work on a 350D??

    Also interested in the remote if its cheap
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    just keep it as a back up. it's probably not worth selling.
     
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    convert to IR
     

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