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COMPLETED For Sale: E-PM2 kit w/ 14-42 II R lens | Location: USA | Ships:

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by seattlebruin, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. seattlebruin

    seattlebruin Mu-43 Rookie

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    What type of listing is this?

    For Sale


    What are you trying to sell/buy/trade?

    E-PM2 kit w/ 14-42 II R lens


    What are your prices?

    $175 PP and shipped for both. Would consider splitting body, but not lens


    Where are you located?

    USA


    Where are you willing to to ship?




    Description

    Body Condition: 10, immaculate. This was purchased for my girlfriend to use, but she uses my SL1 and Canon glass way more. Selling this to make way for a different camera for aerial photography. Cannot tell from new

    Lens Condition: 10, identical to body. Absolutely no signs of wear

    Sale Includes: body, lens, caps, 37mm UV filter, original refurb box with accessories like charger, CD, etc

    Price: $175 including PP and shipping Payments Accepted: PP regular only


    Payment accepted

    Regular PayPal (buyer adds 3% for this option)


    Shipping method




    Shipping charge

    included


    Handling time

    < 1 day


    References

    some here, POTN and FM under same username (mostly on FM)

    Acknowledgement

    I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.

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    Last edited: Sep 10, 2015
  2. Enoch

    Enoch Mu-43 Regular

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    What color is it? Have pictures?
     
  3. seattlebruin

    seattlebruin Mu-43 Rookie

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    white/silver lens. I can e-mail pics, PM me
     
  4. cnyap

    cnyap Mu-43 Regular

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    Funny, PM2 is very high on my list for aerial photography due to lowish weight (with Panny 14mm 2oz lens) and fast shutter compared to the GM1/GM5/GF7. It doesn't have a timelapse / stop motion timer, but there is a workaround: By setting a long delay value(I think it's the delay to avoid the shutter shock issue), it will take pictures at a reasonable rate (it shots way faster than needed w/o the delay). Simply hold the shutter down with a rubber band (that's what I've been doing since 2007) and shoot continuously.
     
  5. seattlebruin

    seattlebruin Mu-43 Rookie

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    that's pretty much what I was thinking too, I was able to pick up a cheap GM1/12-32 combo and the wider angle is a big plus for me
     
  6. cnyap

    cnyap Mu-43 Regular

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    If I go the Panasonic route, I am leaning towards the GF7 (even though it's heavier then GM1) because it'll be more useful as a general use camera for when I don't want to carry my Canon Rebel + lenses.
     
  7. nsmsosuke

    nsmsosuke New to Mu-43

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    how much for just the body?
     
  8. seattlebruin

    seattlebruin Mu-43 Rookie

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    Apologies, sold this on another forum earlier today