I need to let it go because I need some better lenses for my primary pro camera. I just don't use a point and shoot for most of what I do.
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This line of cameras was fantastic! I took it diving and shot many gorgeous photos I can sell with it. One included in the add.
It DOES shoot Both Jpeg and Raw which I had forgotten about. ISO up to 6400. While you have ev adjustment you do not have the ability to manually control depth of field meaning no aperture adjustments. But it has macro mode and lots of filters. Does most anything else however you can't adjust focus points or what not like a pro camera. Has wifi with direct photo to phone selection and can use your phone as a remote for it even. I love it just don't need it.
You get the working camera, 7 batteries, two charging cords with one wall adapter for in camera charging as well as a separate wall charger, everything the box came with as well as the box and some extra parts, 3 front replacement rings plus the one on the camera, 2 lens caps that go with the telephoto lens also olympus brand still sells at 130$. a little pink case that works for now to house it in. I don't have the little strap for it however as I have transferred that to another camera I take diving.
I'm not thrilled to let it go but I can't keep hoarding all my equipment that never sees any use while dreaming of pro gear I do need. The macro and art filters were always something that made me seriously love this line of camera not to mention diving with it.
Shutter count is higher than I expected at 12,490. Flash count is 644.
This has to be one of the best plus affordable point and shoots out there for adventures! rain or cold or heat or swimming or diving are all a non-issue with this camera type.
Must pick up as delivery for me would likely be a challenge. Cash only or cash payments accepted until paid off then handed over but if you make payments and then back out on me you won't get your money back as I have to take the add down and give you my trust and time.
I would consider shipping IF I figure out a safe way to arrange payment before I sent it out. I thought money orders but apparently those are highly unsafe and PayPal seems to have little protections for a seller so I don't even know how to make shipping safe for me yet. I don't want to get burned by trying to work with someone and know scammers can ruin absolutely everything for the good people out there.
If all is well you will absolutely get the camera shipped however, we would need to know shipping costs as I would ask that you cover it and I would only trust UPS with signature and insurance. I will also be in the Seattle area saturday the 5th returning the 8th.
Will accept trades of canon gear if it matches my needs. However my canon needs are for expensive lenses, flash, or video equipment which is why I am selling. If this add is up I have the camera. I won't respond to scammers. One can usually tell by their questions if a response is real or fake.
It's stupid simple to navigate and use as well which I absolutely love about it. I can pick it up after all this time and use it in seconds. Original owner purchased from best buy.
Specs as per consumer reports:
The Stylus TG-4 is a 16-megapixel camera with 4x optical zoom and a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 25mm-100mm. It has a 2.9-inch LCD (460,000 pixels). We consider this model a rugged-and-waterproof camera. The Stylus TG-4 stores photos and video on SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards and has 55MB of on-board storage. It captures images as JPEG or RAW files at a top resolution of 4608 x 3456 and full HD-resolution video as MOV, AVI files at a top resolution of 1920 x 1080. It has a rugged camera body. It has a high-dynamic-range mode, which helps capture as much tonal range possible. The image stabilization system for this camera is mechanical. The Stylus TG-4 measures 4.5 inches wide by 2.6 inches high by 1.2 inches deep, and weighs 9 ounces (with battery, memory card, and strap).
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1/2 - 1/2000
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