out of stock [Refurbished] Sony Alpha A7K Camera (With Kit Lens) $699 @ Sony Australia eBay

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Refurbished A7 with kit lens (Probably Cheapest Full Frame)
They just dropped their price from $1200ish to $874, and have still got the 20% code going, so comes down to $699

Plenty of stock available

HN and JB have this New for $1300 so quite a heavy discount for there factory seconds

Enjoy!!!

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  • -1 vote

    i bought this brand new like 4 yrs ago at the similar aud price… but still a good price for now.

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      Oh wow, not a bad deal brand new. I purchased an a6000 for $530 a couple weeks ago, this is a much better camera for not much more $$$

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    How's sony A7 in 2019 compared with other later generation.

    Mostly portrait / family photos with young fast moving kids so fast and accurate AF is a must.

    • +2 votes

      af speed was average back in 2015 so personally not recommended for shooting kid photo

    • +4 votes

      Obviously the newer models will be better performers, but for half the price of the a7ii and 1/4 the price of the a7iii, you’d be better off spending less on the camera and getting some decent lenses. Rather than just the kit lenses.

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      I would say avoid. It doesn't have in body stabilisation.

      • +6 votes

        $699 for a FF Camera with Lens with OSS? Cant go wrong for that…

      • -1 vote

        Why are people so hung up on stabilisation? If you know your technique then you can get by without it.

        • +3 votes

          It's handy to have if you use long zooms or shoot video. It can make good technique more effective.

        • +1 vote

          For me it's the fact that you can use unstabilised lenses and then get stabilisation through the body saving cost and also improving the image by like 4 stops by lowering ISO. Also applies to adapted lenses.

        • +1 vote

          IKR. I think bad photographers use it as an excuse. It is not like there was no good photos until the stabilized body was introduced.

          • +1 vote

            @Charity: Stabilisation lets photographers take photos at 'longer' shutter speeds without getting shake blur etc. It helps a lot in conditions where this is required.

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          It's kinda like how it's nice to have 6 airbags in your car. You most certainly don't need them but it would be nice to have them

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    Are they really seconds or they have to say that because it's on ebay?

    • +2 votes

      New listing, more than 10. I would say they are new.

    • -3 votes

      I bought their a6000 a couple weeks ago, no marks or issues with mine. So might be luck of the draw.

      But they have 30day returns so your sweet.

      • +1 vote

        But they have 30day returns so your sweet.

        If you click on the returns tab, this is what it says:

        Items purchased on the Sony eBay Store are only able to be returned if deemed faulty. We do not allow for change of mind.

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        And that's how you spread misinformation

  • +3 votes

    Word of warning Sony 2nds on ebay are horrific!!! Didnt neg.

    • +1 vote

      I would say 50/50 chance of getting a good one (this look like new units tho).

    • +2 votes

      Bought an A6500 refurb not long ago and was like new… Sayin is all…

    • +2 votes

      My experience with Sony seconds was positive - bought a “refurbished” A5000 last year, it was brand new with sticker residue on the box. It’s a lucky dip.

      • +1 vote

        I bought a pair of headphones which looked new, a Bluray player with light scratches, and a Bluetooth speaker that was definitely used. I've seen items in Cash Converters in better condition. So yeah, it's a lucky dip.

  • +1 vote

    More interested in the A6300 18-135 kit Harvey Norman has for $997. Ends tonight.

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    Thanks OP, I brought following canon ef adapter too.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SIGMA-MC-11-LENS-ADAPTER-CANON-EF-MOUNT-LENSES-TO-SONY-E-MOUNT-32GB-SD-CARD/323529790011?hash=item4b53e0d23b:g:iPoAAOSws7VcPrkZ:sc:AU_ExpressDelivery!3084!AU!-1

  • -1 vote

    Thought it said "Sony AK-47" in the title. Thought to myself "Oh good, finally Sony are making some quality hardware".

  • +1 vote

    sold out.. that was quick

  • +1 vote

    all gone :) tempting, to take off 2+kg camera and lens off my shoulders, but if I want to go Sony, I would rather wait for a good deal on 7 mkii at least.

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      go a7iii

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        when one is $699 with a lens, sure :) also a deal on 70-200/4 or 70-300 or 70-400 to go with it :D

        on Canon I don't have to spend $$$ on lenses at least. 6d body around $800 used in top condition, 80-200 2.8 around $600 in top condition (mine came looking brand new), and you have a gear set with a lot of room to grow into.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks so much OP!! My 7d is heavy.

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    It's a good price to get into full frame, at that price with a kit lens beats many entry level APS-C DSLRs.

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    bought a leica d lux 6 about at 6 pm. it cost me 699 bucks. Excatly like the a7k. And now it is out of stock. I am dying🙃🙃🙃

    • +2 votes

      bought a leica d lux 6 about at 6 pm. it cost me 699 bucks.

      Why not a Lumix LX7 for $230? ;)

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        firstly, build quality. Although they are same and different. (WORTH EXTRA 100 BUCKS)
        Secondly, the leica logo(WORTH MORE THAN 369)
        😖
        But id like to get a ff rather than the lumix made leica.

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          Seems like you are only paying for the logo, as the camera got average reviews even when it came out in 2013.

          https://www.dpreview.com/products/leica/compacts/leica_dlux6

          Lumix has a much larger, modern and more capable sensor + leica makes the glass for it.

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            @c0balt: Ure right. So could u commend a compact camera for under 600 bucks. Just for daily shots. I decide to cancel my order. 👍

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            @c0balt: Seems like i have to contact with the seller to cancel my order😭. It is not shipped yet but ebay said it is to late to cancel my order. So i jave to get contact with the seller.

            • +1 vote

              @opps: They don't allow change-of-mind returns. Just put it on Gumtree for $750.
              Maybe have a look at the Sony RX100 series?

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                @eug: The item has not shipped yet so i hope the seller could cancel the order for me. If he/she doesnt wants to cancel the order i might put it on gumtree.
                Thanks for the suggestion. I was thinking about buying a rx100m3 before i bought this leica. They are around 500 dollars for brand new or 450 secondhands. But i have to cancel this order first and get the rx100😭.
                I feel bad about canceling the order i made. Hope the seller is a nice guy and he would cancel that for me. It 100% my fault

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                  @opps: Yes, for the RX100 I wouldn't recommend going lower than the MkIII. I have one and think it's the current sweet spot of the range.

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              @opps: Sorry I got the LX7 mixed up with the LX100. Both the LX7 + Leica D Lux 6 have a similar 1.7" sensor + Leica glass and would preform similarly. The Leica may even have an edge over the LX7 when it comes to in camera processing of jpegs as that seems to be a strong point of theirs.

              As eug suggested, RX100 series are a good start but also the Canon G7 and micro four thirds LX series from Panasonic gets great reviews, the samples shots and videos are nice, and due to not having as much exposure as the Sony RX series - easier to snag a bargain on eBay. I have owned an RX100 for many years and recently put it up for sale. It's a very capable camera, but at ISO higher than 800 it has a lot of noise and loses sharpness, also the video capabilities and quality only really started to get good in the mark iii version and newer.

              Another idea would be something like a Panasonic GX1, GM5 or any of the 16 megapixel micro four thirds sensor in a tiny camera body from Panasonic or Olympus, and pair it up with a Panasonic 20mm f1.7 that goes around $180 2nd hand. That would also make a very compact but capable pocket camera and can be put together for less than $300 if purchasing 2nd hand. You lose out on being able to zoom, but you gain so much in terms of picture quality and low light performance compared to smaller sensor cameras with variable aperture zoom lenses.

              Having used both a RX100 and GX1 + 20mm, the GX1 performs better at 1600 ISO than the Sony does at 800 at wide open f1.7 (it's also a bit sharper to my eyes too), for me that's important but for others it might not be. GX1 also has ability to hack firmware to get high bitrate 1080@24p video. Something I don't think the Sony RX100 could do until the mark iii (also used line skipping on sensor for video until full sensor readout on mark iii).

              Could even do an APS-C sensor camera like the Sony A5000 or even A6000 series if you can snag a bargain 2nd hand. If you can stretch it further, maybe even a 2nd hand Fuji or Canon compact APS-C ILC.

              • +1 vote

                @c0balt: Much thanks. I have got a a6300 with the 18135 kit.
                just wondering to buy a daily use device like the rx100.i would consider about ur advice.
                And the seller for thar leica have respond. It will be cancelled before tonight. 😂 Thanks for the seller.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP, grabbed one. Now here's waiting to see if it is in fact new.

  • +2 votes

    The real advantage is full frame and the price.

    Great camera to begin with your armature towards serious photography. But for average user I would recommend a new model with crop design line ups

  • +2 votes

    Mine just arrived, it looks virtually brand-new.

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      Mine too,unfortunately it is not charging or turning on. I requested return and refund.

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      Mine too, it was in new condition externally!

      The sensor had a small piece of string on it. It came off super easily and it works perfectly, but still a bit weird.

      Also a bit weird: It had the previous owner's receipt in it, with their personal details. It was purchased late 2018.

      • +1 vote

        Haha not sure how the ex-owner would feel about that

        Still waiting for mine, don’t know what toll are doing. Supposed to be here wednesday. Hopefully I get it before the weekend, keen to do some shooting.

  • +1 vote

    Got mine this arvo.
    Looks like new and shutter count of 19… I'm happy!!

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      FWIW mine came with a shutter count of 7. I wonder who last had the camera. An in-store display unit maybe…

  • +1 vote

    Just received mine. Also looks as new. Shutter count 9. I would imagine this is new and the shutter actuations would be just a quality control measure. Stoked with it.

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