Two thousand clams is a lot to ask for, for a camera that came out more than 9 years ago. However, like the Olympus 600L, this camera represents another major advancement in the world of digital photography as it was the first DSLR to offer a full frame sensor. However the "N" didn't hold that title long, as later in 2002, two more DSLR's offering full frame sensors hit the scenes, in the form of the Kodak DCS Pro 14n and the Canon EOS 1Ds. This ultimately lead to the demise of Contax a digital camera manufacturer, and the "N" was pulled off the market a year after being introduced.
Ebayer Pohotalps does however assure that the camera is in "very good, fully-functional condition". And while the "N" may have been somewhat of a flop, according to Wikipedia, it is in fact "considered a collector's item."
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