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Old 14th January 2017
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Re: "Heads-Up" EM1 mk2 at Aperture for £1450

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What, after a whole bottle?

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I'd have to give her a bit more time for a whole bottle, maybe a couple more hours!
She actually doesn't like to drink much at all, has a very efficient STOP button while I've become a lightweight alcohol wise, very strange!
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Re: "Heads-Up" EM1 mk2 at Aperture for £1450

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It 'may' have been a commission sale Phil, in which case that would equate to 20% of the sale, which in turn would mean a return to the owner of £1160.00 .... quite a 'hit' given how little use it must have had. If he/she sold it to them on an 'outright' basis I would think they likely got only half what they paid for it ... £900 -£950.00 .... now that's 'painful'. One other possibility is it was a P/Ex, if so probably got £1k or just above for it.

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That did occur to me too although they don't do part exchange, only commission sales.
They're a very obliging (and trusting) bunch, I went in there some years back wanting to try out a Sigma 500mm F4.5 they had.
They were quite happy for me to take it outside and stroll up and down the street taking shots.
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Re: "Heads-Up" EM1 mk2 at Aperture for £1450

Might have been a review copy, of course...
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Re: "Heads-Up" EM1 mk2 at Aperture for £1450

Park Cameras have one now .........

https://www.parkcameras.com/p/SH-93-...1-mark-ii-body

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