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    eBay grey market EVA1 for 3779.19, a steal or appropriate?
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Panasonic-A...f5521261518864

    Do you think that makes it a steal or just more appropriately priced?


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    Decide for yourself. Read reviews about the seller here - https://www.resellerratings.com/stor...ronics_6th_Ave


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    woof, that's gross indeed.


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    Damn, that's aggressive. That's a popular seller on eBay.

    I have bought a few cameras from their competitor "Deals-All-Year" in the past, but I mostly purchase USA versions.


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    I guess at this point I'm wondering:
    Do they really have that many in stock?
    Are they trying to liquidate for some reason?


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    Personally, I have no information about their day-to-day.

    My only opinions are:
    (1) Most cameras in general are extremely overpriced.
    (2) The EVA1 doesn't appear to be selling as well as other systems.

    Some expensive cameras eventually drop $10K-$15K after 4-5 years, so their price is not exactly unbelievable, but it's for sure aggressive for something that's been around for 2 years or so.

    And the only other thing I can add is these New Jersey shops can get anything they want in large quantities.


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    ALWAYS use your credit card for these types of purchases, too. Most CC's have your back if they try to pull something funny like some of those reviews state.


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    Call them.

    I Googled Eva1, got half a dozen hits at ~ $3,833.

    PS. Some of the 6ave 1-star reviews could be a combination of mistakes, errors and screw-ups.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    Call them.

    I Googled Eva1, got half a dozen hits at ~ $3,833.

    PS. Some of the 6ave 1-star reviews could be a combination of mistakes, errors and screw-ups.
    All of them (or most) are coming from 6ave. If you check those Google results (Amazon, Walmart, Newegg, etc), 6ave is the supplier.


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    I've wondered for a long time if 6ave was one of those slimey rip off companies. I read some bad reviews. Yet I also noticed in the past that walmart, newegg, amazon etc had them as a supplier when I was looking at a camera that was cheaper than most other places. Almost bought it but decided to stick with Adorama and B&H and pay a little more. So I don't know


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