PLEASE NOTE: The camera I'm about to describe has a bad on/off switch. However, it is fixable per Nikon tech support. The approx. cost to fix is $150. And the price is negotiable. If still interested, read on.
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For sale is a Nikon D5000 DSLR that is approx. 7 years old. The two Nikon image stabilized lenses are 18mm - 55mm and 55mm - 200mm. Both lenses have polarizer filters and hood. The strap is an Echo Niner. Included is a battery charger, two batteries and accessory cables that were included when originally purchased. No data cards will be included.
The bag is a Case Logic which, has provisions to hold the camera in a sling type device (see photos 1 & 2) on the top end of the bag as well as customizable (via Velcro ) compartments for extra lenses/accessories. The case also has a provision for a laptop (see photo 4) that is well padded. The bag has a hard shell bottom for protection, is extremely well padded, and has multiple zippered compartments. And no - I will not separate. The camera & bag will only be sold together.
Other than the on/off switch issue, there is nothing else wrong with either the body nor the lenses. I'd rate it as a 9 out of 10 because nothing is perfect. Selling reason? I just don't do much photography anymore and therefore don't want to spend the money to have it fixed.