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Excellent shape Olympus E-M5 mark II mirrorless camera with M.Zuiko 12-40mm f2.8 lens, 2x wasabi batteries with battery pack, UV filter, AND HLD-8G battery grip. Overall lightly used condition.
I have no issues with the camera, but I wanted to try out a different camera more oriented to video use. I can't afford to have both cameras, however!
Only small issues are that the lens cap for the 12-40mm somehow lost the ring that holds it all together so sometimes a spring comes loose... I ordered a third party one so will include that if it comes before its sold... And the protector for the screen is a little scratched, but totally usable and not really that noticeable.
E-m5 mk II
12-40mm 2.8 lens with new lens bag
2x wasabi batteries with battery pack
olympus flash (which can be adjusted to point left, right, up, etc.)
Quantaray 62mm UV filter in excellent, little used shape
Looking for $1100 shipped from Vancouver, Canada.
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