I ordered a 1D MkII yesterday, which puts me at 4 Canon digital SLR bodies; 1-D60, 2-1D and 1-1D MkII. I'm considering parting with my personal Canon 1D and wanted to offer it here first, if anyone is interested. The D-60 may go, as well.
Do not be fooled by the 4 megapixel sensor rating. The CCD sensor and pixels are larger (1.3 crop factor Vs. 1.6 for 20D) than other pro-sumer and consumer level Canon and Nikon cameras; IE: 20D, N70 Nikon, Digi-Rebel, for example. 24 x 36 posters from 1D without up-rezzing files are no problem.
The Canon 1D digital SLR is a professional tool designed for speed and accuracy intended for use by Sports and Photojournalist photographers. It is as solid as a brick and until the 1D MkII had the fastest auto focus system of any camera on the market. The 1D has landed images on more covers of Sports Illustrated, as well as double-trucks inside, than any camera in the world. It has been the standard since introduced in September of 2001.
So, I'm testing the waters here. Even between my son & me we just don't need 4 digital SLR bodies. $1500 is the going rate, with the low end being $1250 for a beater and ~$1800 for a pristine, low frame count model. Mine is a 9 out of 10 cosmetically and a 10 functionally. I will check the frame count tonight when I get home. I have installed custom Tone Curves to correct green/blue color casting which was common to this model.
Interested parties can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional info and pictures of the camera. The camera will be sold complete, with everything that Canon shipped in the box: body, charger, battery, AC coupler, software, etc. It will move quickly once posted on the photography sites, so, act quickly if interested.
Go here for further info: http://www.canon.co.jp/Imaging/EOS1D/1D-e.html