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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #254029

For Sale: Canon G5 5 MP Digital Camera plus Extras

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The G5 is a "prosumer" digital camera with 5 megapixel digital resolution. It has a hot flash shoe, a 4X optical zoom, a tilt-and-swivel preview LCD and a huge number of options and modes for image capture.

This camera was purchased in June, 2003 and is in very good shape. The original box, manual, software and receipts are included. Also included are all components of the original package, including IR remote control, 32MB Canon flash card, rechargeable battery, battery charger, video cable and USB cable.

Extras include a Lensmate 52mm adapter with lens cap and two filters. The Lensmate is a machined aluminum barrel that attaches to the G5 and allows you to attach 52mm threaded accessories to the G5. The 52mm Hoya filters are the R72 infrared, which allows daytime infrared photography, and the circular glass polarizer, which cuts the glare from daytime shots, allowing a more saturated image. These accessories cost about $100 new.

I'm selling to upgrade. This camera takes great pictures, and made me want to further explore digital photography. If you're interested in a good camera with interesting accessories, I'm trying to make this a compelling deal: $450 including USPS priority insured shipping CONUS. Paypal preferred.

(Note: attached picture was not taken with the G5.)

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