For Sale Panasonic FZ1000

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  1. beefybarn

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    I have this great camera for sale, brought over on Talk Photography in July of last year. I have hardly used it since then, think its been out of the house twice and taken about 500 photo's.

    I brought a couple of extra batteries, one original and a third party one, a wired and wireless shutter release and a third party case to house the lot.

    Reason for sale is I still found it too big to carry around and have just purchased a Sony RX100 instead which suits my needs better.

    I paid £370 for it without the extra's I have added but am willing to let it go for the same price, £370 inc. NOW £350 INC NOW £330

    Price and currency: £330
    Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
    Payment method: Paypal gift or BT
    Location: Lancing
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    Price drop to £350 inc.
     
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    Price drop to £330, its a cracking camera at this price.
     
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    Any images?
     
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    A few quick pics for you.
     
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    Couple more
     
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    Any idea of shutter count? Also any dust in the lens?
     
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    No dust in the lens, no idea on shutter count but would estimate less than 2000 as the guy I brought it from hardly used it and did not have it for long.
     
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    If it helps have a read of this to get shutter count etc:

    Panasonic FZ1000 & FZ2000/FZ2500 shutter count
    The method for the FZ1000 and the FZ2000 is identical to the one for the GH3 or GH4. Hence, you can also follow the instructions in this video. – With your camera's battery well charged, perform the following steps in sequence:

    1. Insert a memory card into the card slot;
    2. Turn the camera ON and take a picture;
    3. Turn the camera OFF;
    4. Select single shot mode;
    5. Press and hold both the DISPLAY and AF/AE LOCK buttons, while turning the camera ON;
    6. Now, press and hold the AF/AE LOCK button together with the MENU/SET and LEFT ARROW buttons;
    7. Repeat the last step, that is press and hold the AF/AE LOCK button while pressing the MENU/SET and LEFT ARROW buttons. A two-page operation history display will appear;
    8. Press DISPLAY to toggle between the two information menus;
    9. Write down the number next to PWRCNT. This is how many times the camera has been powered up;
    10. Write down the number next to SHTCNT. This is the shutter activation count;
    11. Write down the number next to STBCNT. This is the number of times the flash has fired;
    12. Switch the camera off to revert back to normal operating mode.
    13. Congratulations, you have successfully retrieved the shutter actuations information!
     
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    Offer £280
     
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    Way too low mate, cameras on there own are selling between £350-400 on ebay. With the extras with mine lowest I could do is £318 which includes insured postage.
     
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    Last bump.
     
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    £300?
     
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    Sorry mate, as said above £318 is the lowest so I clear £310 after postage otherwise I will just keep it, its a great camera and worth every penny.
     

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