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# 161671 15-Jan-2015 13:19
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So who is up for some Play time!
All in great condition
If you are not familiar with this camera check it out online its quite a bit of gear!


Included
Camera
Camera Housing
2 X batteries
Instruction Manual
4gb Micro SDHC Card
8gb Micro SDHC Card
Usb card Reader
Charging Unit
Power lead

Features

16MP Exmor 'R' CMOS Sensor
Full HD 1080 (60p*2, 30p) HD 720 (60p, 120p)
Steadyshot Image Stabilisation
Built-in WiFi
170 degree Wide Angle Carl Zeiss lens
Waterproof to 60m/ 197ft with supplied housing*1





There is a company in Palmy that sells a heap of accessories for this camera
www.phototronic.co.nz


Price $140 Delivery Included




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  # 1215474 15-Jan-2015 13:19
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1215496 15-Jan-2015 13:44
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I just sold one of these but thought I'd comment to support your sale.

These received a firmware update from Sony that really uprated their specs to be competitive today.

They feature inbuit stabilisation, wifi to a remote app, and these ones had the really decent underwater housing.  (Later models were rated to 5m depth only from memory.)

The housing features a standard 1/4" tripod female mount, so you can use your existing photography tripods etc, but with the addition of a GoPro to 1/4" adapter you can easily adapt this to most GoPro mounts also.
It's long and skinny, vs short and flat, so there is a difference.  GoPro sits better on your chest/centre forehead, whereas this is better on the side of your head.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1215862 16-Jan-2015 09:40
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Jaxson: I just sold one of these but thought I'd comment to support your sale.

These received a firmware update from Sony that really uprated their specs to be competitive today.

They feature inbuit stabilisation, wifi to a remote app, and these ones had the really decent underwater housing.  (Later models were rated to 5m depth only from memory.)

The housing features a standard 1/4" tripod female mount, so you can use your existing photography tripods etc, but with the addition of a GoPro to 1/4" adapter you can easily adapt this to most GoPro mounts also.
It's long and skinny, vs short and flat, so there is a difference.  GoPro sits better on your chest/centre forehead, whereas this is better on the side of your head.


Cheers that's very helpful




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  # 1215988 16-Jan-2015 11:22
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We have 3 of this for use with/while doing dryland sled dog. Two on the helmets and 3rd one that I mainly used for timelapse or chest harness.




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  # 1221284 24-Jan-2015 10:34
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Camera sold thanks




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