Olympus E20P Digital SLR with lenses

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by digitalimages, Aug 6, 2005.

  1. Reluctantly, family circumstances force me to sell my* Olympus E20P
    SLR*.

    The camera comes complete with the following :-

    *TCON-14B *Telephoto lens & case
    *WCON-08B *Wide Angle lens & case
    *B-HLD 10 *Power Battery Holder (extended battery pack) & charger
    All original cables, CD's, software, chargers and manuals (including an
    A4, bound manual)

    The extended battery pack allows up to a week of continuous use and is
    ideal for extended shoots.
    This is an ideal camera for weddings, studio work or the serious
    amateur and produces fantastic images, whilst also being intuitive to
    use I found.

    I don't want to have an extended negotiation over the sale and so I'm
    offering it, complete, for AU$1200 or near offer. (Buyer pays freight &
    insurance, Australian enquiries only)

    Please contact me for further details, or any questions etc. (I'm in
    QLD)
     
    digitalimages, Aug 6, 2005
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    Nikonf4 Guest


    I must need new glasses, I was sure that read AU$1200.
     
    Nikonf4, Aug 7, 2005
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    Krusty Guest

    Please contact me for further details, or any questions etc. (I'm in QLD)

    Tried to reply....invalid e-mail address????
     
    Krusty, Aug 7, 2005
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    Pete D Guest



    Try calling everyone in Qld! ;-)
     
    Pete D, Aug 7, 2005
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    Phred Guest

    No need to call me, it's not mine. (There's one off your list. :)

    Cheers, Phred.
     
    Phred, Aug 7, 2005
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  6. I've now added an alternate email address within the text of my post.
     
    digitalimages, Aug 8, 2005
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    ww Guest

    not when i can get a Olympus E-300 for $999 brand new
    sorry mate but the prices of Dslrs has dropped, you will be lucky to get
    half what you r asking
     
    ww, Aug 8, 2005
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  8. I'd still say that, considering the lenses, the extended battery pack
    etc, and the fact that the camera has had little use and is as new,
    what I'm asking is a fair price, as well as which there are no issues
    with dirt on sensors etc.
    We shall see.
     
    digitalimages, Aug 8, 2005
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  9. No issues with dirt on the sensor of an E-300.

    You can get an E-300 with a 14-45 and 40-150 lens for $1399 at Camera House
    and Harvey's - time to reconsider your price mate!
     
    Scott Hillard, Aug 8, 2005
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    Krusty Guest

    I've now added an alternate email address within the text of my post.
    Well I certainly can't see it! The reply to is
    your ISP appears to be
    (pipenetworks.com) & your news aerver appears to be in Sydney???
    (un-2park-reader-02.sydney.pipenetworks.com.au).

    I am always open about my email address (I never hide it) & rarely get spam
    that results from this choice despite the paranoia displayed by many! If you
    want to contact me just reply to my post!!! I tend to agree with the other
    opinions on price, especially where one review stated the camera had issues
    with a card of 512M & that the camera is more than three years old???
     
    Krusty, Aug 8, 2005
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    Ben Thomas Guest

    I posted to aus.cars about 7 years ago for a month before I mangled my email
    address, and since then I get about 100 spams a day.

    Ben
     
    Ben Thomas, Aug 8, 2005
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