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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #266080

For Sale: **Sold** Sony DSC-S85 4MegaPixel Digital camera

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This is the Sony DSC-S85 Digital camera. It is an excellent piece of digital photo equipment. I recently upgraded to a Nikon D70 and am unloading some redundant equipment. It has some minor signs or normal usage wear & tear. It also is missing a small cover for the USB/video out jacks. It must have come off when taking it in and out of the case. (See photo below)

This camera currently lists for $400+ on Amazon with no accessories, and is getting $300+ for used on other online auctions.

I have reduced my asking price from $300 to $250 - shipped within CONUSA. U.S. Postal money order only please. Email me for address or questions.

I'm including:
-The deluxe Sony Cybershot carring case.
-NP-FM30 Li-ion rechagable battery.
-4 Memory Stick storage cards. (2x 128mb, 32mb and a 16mb)
-Memory Stick compact storage case that fits into the deluxe camera bag.
-Sony Power Adapter/battery charger.
-USB cable
-video/audio cable for TV hookup.


- 4 megapixel sensor captures 2,272 x 1,704 images.
- Carl Zeiss autofocus lens with 3x optical/2x digital (6x total) zoom
- Included 16 MB Memory Stick stores 15 images at default settings
- Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port

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