All prices include shipping. I'm located in southern NH, local cash deals get first dibs. Otherwise, paypal only, send payment as a gift or you pay the fee (check my feedback, its flawless). All the lenses are Nikon mount ( so can be very easily adapted for Canon, micro 4/3, or just about anything else).
GH2 - $500 - Includes camera, strap, charger, two panasonic batteries, and the manual. Condition 7/10. Sensor has been recently cleaned. Only around 2000 shutter clicks. The only thing is that the tripod insert is slightly bent from it falling over while on my tripod. I have used it for over a year since then and it has not been an issue. You can see how bent it is in one of the pictures. I also have a nikon g adaptor, a Minolta AF/Sony adaptor, and a Minolta MD adaptor that I can throw in if you think you might use any of them.
Tokina 11-16 f2.8 - $420 - Condition 9/10. Includes both caps, hood, and box. The well known NS classic! Don't really need to say anything about this lens, everybody knows how great it is. Only selling it to switch to the Olympus 12mm f2 for the small size, extra speed, and AF.
Bower 35mm f1.4 - $300 - Condition 8/10. Includes both caps, hood, and box. Has a scuff on the barrel from where it rubs on my tripod plate. I can also see a little dust inside the lens, but it doesn't affect IQ as far as I can tell. Love this lens. Great IQ, super smooth huge focus ring, and well built. It is just a pretty bulky lens and I want a less conspicuous 35mm that I can use for street photography on my film SLR.
Nikon 50mm f1.4 - $75 - Condition 8/10. Both caps. Great vintage manual focus fast 50.
Nikon 135mm f2.8 - $20 - Condition 6/10. No caps. Great lens, but this one is pretty beat. Bought it off eheath a long time ago and the front element is pretty scratched. Definitely still usable though. Letting this one go for cheap. I'll even throw it in with any other purchase for free if somebody wants it.
Tascam DR-40 -$200 - Condition 9.5/10. Includes deadcat, 2GB SD card, box, and cold shoe-tripod adaptor that allows you to put it on top of your camera. I just dont use this very often and when I need one I can rent one out from my school.