It’s a great time to trade your old tired gear for the newest and freshest from Sony! Trade in your old DSLR or lens and get up to $300 dollars in trade-in bonus on select Sony A full-frame mirrorless cameras! Stop by or call for more information!
Every day we add new, used gear to the sales floor. It comes and goes so fast it’s hard to keep up with letting you all know what cool things are coming in. Here are a few that our employee, Kyle thinks are worthy of the blog! We’ll try and keep up with staff picksContinue reading “Used Gear: Staff Picks”
We’ve had a great week of trade-ins! Swing by Englewood Camera to check out our ever-changing stock of pre-owned cameras and lenses–you will not be disappointed! A few highlights in our used department right now:
Englewood Camera always has a high turnover rate for used cameras and used lenses, so we don’t always have a chance to post equipment online. We do have a great selection of cameras and lenses available right now though, so kick start your weekend by checking out these deals on pre-owned camera gear!
It’s that time–a new school year is upon us, with fun new classes starting up! Are you taking a darkroom photography class, and in need of a 35mm SLR? Englewood Camera has a great selection of pre-owned film cameras, including Pentax K1000’s, Canon AE-1 Programs, Nikon FM’s, and more! Take advantage of our amazing studentContinue reading “Taking a photography class? Snag a 35mm SLR from us!”
Englewood Camera has an awesome assortment of pre-owned professional lenses in stock for Canon and Nikon cameras! Stop by the store to check out our high quality, gently used gear–at reasonable prices, and backed with a 6-month warranty! Whether you’re interested in a prime lens, a zoom lens, a fast-aperture lens, or a long rangeContinue reading “Professional Lenses in our Used Department!”
Happy Leap Year! We have a great selection of pre-owned camera equipment right now–come check out great savings on used Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, and Olympus. Here’s a peak of a few items on the shelf–and we know they won’t last long! In the Canon case: