The reason why I say this is that I actually trust MPB. I don’t trust random sellers on Ebay or Craigslist and I definitely don’t trust some of the smaller, more questionable used camera sites that were obviously not created by photographers.
MPB, on the other hand, strictly hires photographers and videographers to rate each piece of equipment that they sell. This means that their grading scale for their equipment, which ranges from “faulty” to “like new” is actually accurate.
Plus, you can make your life easy and trade in your old equipment and use whatever money you earn from that trade-in to put towards your new Fujifilm X-A7.
As of the publishing of this article, there were no used Fujifilm X-A7 bodies available on MPB, but they rotate through hundreds of products every day and this camera is definitely worth the wait.
You can check out MPB’s Fujifilm X-A7 page here.
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