What is prise md 9000 cemra
Your question is impossible to answer, sorry.
The price varies depending upon whether the unit is new or used.
If it's new then it's going to be old stock as the model is obsolete and should be discounted heavily and supplied with a full warranty (unused cameras of all types tend to gum up, so old stock new ones may not work at all, also the batteries don't fare well when left uncharged for long periods).
If it's used, then it depends entirely upon the condition of the camera and of the supplied accessories. DV tapes and the batteries may be so heavily used that immediate replacements are required, you might also have to add the cost of a battery charger if missing. Check that all leads are present, some have generic connectors and are easy to replace at low cost, others may have proprietary connectors which are difficult/impossible to replace. It's a mechanically complex piece of equipment, so if it shows any signs at all of having been dropped then don't buy it. Don't buy it at all without thoroughly testing all functions and controls and then viewing the playback on a good quality external monitor with sound.
Finally, even if I could have suggested a price, it depends upon the country/state you're in and the currency in use, none of which you stated.
Sep 28, 2011 |