- Any ( charitable ) use for an aging dSLR ?
I have a Canon 350d that was kept “as a backup” when I got my 500d and will soon be the backup of the backup as I am getting a 760d in the coming days.
Looking on Ebay they don’t go for a great deal of cash- understandable as technology improves. I don’t feel that motivated to sell it – is there somewhere that could make use of it in a charitable way – it is stil a camera in fine working condition with a couple of batteries/memory cards, etc ?Posted 4 years agotheflatboyMember
You could freecycle it – I’m a bit wary of doing that with good stuff, as there’s a chance the person who gets it will just sell it on etc., but if you vet them then hopefully it will go to a good home… alternatively, local secondary school / college where they have photography on offer?
edit – just noticed the college suggestion’s already been made. It’s a good one, though!Posted 4 years ago
Funnily enough I’m looking for some cheap DSLRs for a photography course with kids at work
See https://www.talkphotography.co.uk/threads/what-budget-used-camera-with-full-manual-and-manual-focus-for-kids.587144/ so if it’s cheap let me know.Posted 4 years ago
1 shed – would one of these be of any use?
it is not a dSLR, but has a fixed, very good quality 28-200mm lens. It was rather good for close-up work, not least because it has a flip-out screen on the back – something that I have missed on every camera I have had since.Posted 4 years ago
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