Buyers guide - Used

Park Cameras offer a large range of used, pre-loved equipment at great prices. We conduct a thorough quality check on all of our second hand items, testing and cleaning the products fully - we even provide a full sensor clean on second hand cameras in need! Our incredibly thorough quality checking processes have been established to ensure buying used equipment is a more stress free, hassle free option than ever. Most of our pre-loved stock comes with a six month warranty, ensuring your confidence even after sale.

If you are looking for a particular second hand item and you can’t see it listed below just email and we will be in contact with you when it comes into stock. If you have any further questions with reference to our used department, or any of our pre-loved stock, please phone our mail order team on 01444 23 70 70 or email us at We update our stock listing frequently with our latest arrivals of second hand stock so make sure you bookmark this page and check back regularly.

Grading System:

  • Pristine – As per original condition. Extremely light wear only seen upon very close inspection. Glass is perfect.*
  • Excellent – Very close to original condition. May have slight wear on finish but only visible under close inspection. Glass is perfect.*
  • Very good – Close to original condition. Shows normal wear for the age of the item. May have slight scratches/scuff marks to the finish. Glass may have very small abnormalities or blemishes that do not affect picture quality*
  • Good – Clearly used but in good working condition. May have some dents, scuffs and finish loss. Glass may have marks or blemishes that should not affect image quality*.
  • Used – Well used condition. Shows significant signs of use in the form of scratches dents or blemishes. Item is still usable but may have some disclaimers as to its working order. Glass may show blemishes but these will be described before purchase. *

*Glass disclaimer - Often lenses will have a small amount of dust visible inside the lens. This can happen during the manufacturing process or through normal use. The dust will not affect image quality or resolution in the final image. If the dust is larger than normal, we will detail it within the description.